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One person arrested in connection with alleged Lakewood street racing incident...

An Ashville man faces a number of charges for allegedly racing the driver of a second vehicle on Fairmount Avenue in Lakewood late last night.  Lakewood-Busti Police say a patrolman initially spotted 27 year-old Timothy Conrelius just before 10 p.m. racing his car against another one eastbound from Fairdale Ave. to Southwestern Drive.  At that point... officers say Conrelius and the other driver turned around... and, started racing towards Mall Boulevard.  However... they had to stop because of traffic turning in front of them.  Conrelius was stopped... and, charged with several counts... including unlawful speed contest... reckless driving... speeding... and, unsafe start.  Officers say they spotted two other vehicles around Midnight racing at about 55 mph on Fairmount Avenue.  It's not known if either was involved in the earlier incident... but, both were stopped... and, ticketed for speeding.


Dunkirk police investigating Sunday night stabbing incident...

Dunkirk police are investigating a stabbing that occurred late Sunday night... and, they hope to solve the case soon.  Police Chief David Ortolano says a 22-year-old woman suffered multiple stab wounds in the area of East 5th and Leopard Streets last Sunday night.  Ortolano says investigators are looking into the incident... which occured about 10 pm.  He says if you have any information... call Dunkirk Police at 366-2266.  Ortolano says the woman drove herself to the police station to report the stabbing.  She was transported to Brooks Memorial Hospital for treatment of non-life threatening injuries.

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Sherman woman killled in train-pedestrian accident in Westfield... A fatal train-pedestrian accident in Westfield has claimed the life of a Sherman woman.  Westfield Village Police say they were...

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