Convicted felon found with illegal weapon
A Johnson City man is charged with threatening another man with a loaded 9mm handgun on Reynolds Road on Wednesday, March 30.
Johnson City Police say convicted felon Jimmy Garcia, 27, is charged with felony possession of a weapon and felony use of a firearm as well as misdemeanor threatening for allegedly showed the handgun and made threats against an acquaintance.
The police press release did not say there were any injuries when the weapon was displayed around 6.45am Wednesday evening.
Officers say they spotted Garcia’s vehicle traveling on State Route 201 and stopped it on Grand Avenue. Police said they found the loaded, unregistered handgun in Garcia’s possession during the traffic stop.
Garcia was sent to Broome County Jail without bond.
11 New York State Stereotypes
Each of the 50 states has good, bad, ugly and stereotypes! Living in New York is far from an exception to this.
Whether you live on the border of Canada or are deep in Manhattan shouting “I’m walking here!” to the tourists stopped in the middle of Times Square, you’re sullied by strangers with classic New York State stereotypes.
Whether you can say you agree or not;
Here are 11 stereotypes and misconceptions about New York State…
Binghamton Masonic Temple: An Exclusive Inside Look
The historic Masonic Temple building on the west side of Binghamton has been active for years. We visited the magnificent structure from top to bottom for a special photo gallery in 2016.
The Main and Murray Street structure was built in 1922. It was used for a wide range of events for several decades, but sat vacant for many years.
Although the building is now nearly a century old, it appears to be structurally sound. But as our visit this week revealed, a lot of work is needed to bring the place back to life.
WATCH: Milestones in women’s history from the year you were born
Women have left their mark on everything from entertainment and music to space exploration, athletics and technology. Each passing year and each new milestone makes it clear how recent this history is compared to the rest of the country, as well as how far we still have to go. The resulting timeline shows women consistently making history worthy of best-selling biographies and textbooks; someone just needs to write about them.
Scroll to find out when women in the United States and around the world won rights, the names of women who broke the glass ceiling, and which country’s women banded together to end a civil war.