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Counterfeit Money and a Town of Dryden Burglary in Tonight's Crime Wrap

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It is time to, once again, quote the old Kenny Rogers song. "You can't outrun the long arm of the law." Want proof? We have recently received word that a 25-year-old named Carl Keys was arrested after a burglary today at the Manley’s Mighty Mart in the Town of Dickinson.

On top of that, 34-year-old Jeremy Leitch and 40-year-old Thomas Householder have been arrested on felony burglary charges. New York State Police say the two burglarized a home in Town of Dryden.

State Police also arrested Brett White, a 37-year old Binghamton man for contempt and endangering the welfare of a child. An investigation determined that White threw his wife and 7-year-old to the floor at a home in Town of Binghamton. This violated a prior order of protection

And, a 60-year-old named Charles Myers was arrested by Johnson City Police this weekend for allegedly attempted to make a purchase at Floral Ave Market with two counterfeit one hundred dollar bills. The store's clerk confirmed they were counterfeit and called authorities. Myers was remanded to Broome County jail.