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In the months leading up to the death of his wife, Jason D’Avolio kept a near daily electronic journal on his cell phone chronicling his unhappiness with her behavior and his desire to repair their … more
Three fired bullets, a duffel bag filled with large rocks and a letter from Kerrilee D'Avolio to her husband were among the suspicious items of evidence police found while searching the D'Avolio … more
For the first two hours of his interrogations with law enforcement, a calm and sometimes jovial Jason P. D'Avolio repeatedly insisted that he loved his wife and did not know her whereabouts. It was … more
The murder trial of Jason P. D'Avolio is going to be a look into the life of his wife and alleged victim, Kerrilee. According to opening statements delivered in County Court Tuesday afternoon, the … more
Jury selection began today in the murder trial of Rome man Jason P. D’Avolio, accused of shooting his wife Kerrilee in their Belmont Street home and throwing her body in a dumpster. The trial is … more
Rome police and fire departments, along with Mayor Jacqueline M. Izzo, Sen. Joseph A. Griffo, R-47, Rome, and local business representatives unveiled the city’s new $275,000 Mobile Command Center … more
The owner of Dippin Donuts, John Zourdos, used money he hid from the IRS to purchase a 2001 Porsche and a Rolex watch, according to the indictment filed against him and his family on charges of tax … more
Three people were taken into custody in the middle of a loud and otherwise peaceful protest outside the Rome Police station on North James Street Friday evening. Two of the people said they were … more
VILLAGE OF CANASTOTA — The missing teenager in Madison County is now a homicide investigation after her body was found off Main Street Sunday morning, according to law enforcement officials. … more
In-person jury trials are scheduled to resume in Oneida County Court next week, starting with a drug possession trial out of Utica. County Commissioner of Jurors James P. Goodman said the state … more
The Rome branch of the NAACP and the Rome Police Department teamed up on Wednesday to pass out pandemic supplies and help residents with both voter registration and the U.S. Census. The free event … more
A new trial date of Oct. 19 has been scheduled for accused killer Jason P. D’Avolio, whose murder trial was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Court officials said jury trials will resume in … more
CAMDEN — Thirty-three residents were displaced from Valehaven Community Residence, an assisted living facility, on Main Street after a fire and subsequent smoke and water damage — severely … more
Police are looking for two men who broke into Eddie’s Paramount Diner at 414 W. Dominick St. and stole some items early this morning. The suspects are described as being two white males, one … more
A massive blaze at the old, abandoned CharlesTown Mall at the Utica/Frankfort border burned through the morning, tying up firefighters from multiple departments and filling east Utica skies with … more
For Frank Fragapane, it was the opportunity to give back to the people of Rome that made 20 years of service on the Rome Police Department so rewarding and so memorable. “To me, the most important … more
ONEIDA CASTLE — A 22-year-old man from Canandaigua has been charged with the murder of Tyler A. McBain on Tuesday, according to law enforcement reports. Meanwhile, a candlelight vigil was held on … more
ONEIDA CASTLE — The search is ongoing for the person responsible for the death of 22-year-old Tyler A. McBain in Oneida Castle Tuesday afternoon, according to law enforcement officials. State … more
Cy M. Platt was hailed as a hero in County Court this morning for intervening in a fight that cost him his life last September. Platt’s killer — Brennan J. Iseneker — apologized to all the … more
The grand jury resumed without a hitch in Oneida County this week, with social distancing and coronavirus safety measures firmly in place, according to local officials. The first batch of new … more
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