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facebook post Fri, 19 May 2017 22:00:41 +0000 051917 raw facebook post WUTR city congressman anthony weiner. ((mike))good evening everyone-i'm mike hoey. ((ang)) and i'm angie pavlovsky, thank you for joining us. your top story tonight- an arson case in the city of rome from last summer has police on the hunt for new information. ((mike)) eyewitness news reporter grace fernandez brings us a closer look into their efforts to heat up a case that is turning cold. the oneida county arson task force along with the mohawk valley crime stoppers are working together after a fire that occured last summer is still unsolved."thankfully no one was injured but if you look around you, left to right this entire building was occupied by families who were put in grave grave danger of injury or death from this fire." shortly before midnight, on august 20th 2016 a fire began at apartment 403 in the liberty gardens apartment complex in rome. the incident has since been ruled an arson but the case is still unsolved. you know this could have been a significant loss of life here if it led to something more serious. and these are the exact things that we want to use crime stoppers for in the community. there's always people out there that know something it's just a matter of giving them the opportunty to let them say something.executive director for mohawk valley crime stoppers, james glorioso hopes their reward program creates some type of incentive. our hope is this, that someone in the community. perhaps someone who lives in this apartment complex has in information that can help us solve this conjunction with mohawk valley crime stoppers, the oneida county arson task force have come together to offer a reward. in this case we are offering the reward up to 1500 dollars for an arson it's definitely more towards the upper end of that reward. the task force which has been around since 1980 has a similar tip reward program if it leads to an arrest and conviction. we are looking to achieve the same goals and that is to combat crime, deter crime, specifically combat arsons and in doing so make our community a better place to live and a better place to work and raise our families. officials say reward amounts always stay annonymous as well as those who submit see how you can submit a tip visit our website at reporting in rome, grace fernandez eyewitness news. ((ang))the state of new york paid general electric more than three million dollars in consulting fees for a silicin carbide chip manufacturing plant...((stinger))that has a connection with quad c in marcy. a g-e spokesman told the the albany times union the payment was for work g.e. had done in connection to the creation of the fabrication work in albany. the production of the silicin carbide wafer would be done in albany and the packaing of those wafers into electronic chips would take place in marcy. danfoss silicin power will be operating the chip packaging operation at the suny poly campus. danfoss has a dozen job openings currently listed at their website. ((mike))disgraced former congressman anthony weiner could go to prison for up to ten years when he's sentenced in september.he pleaded guilty in federal court today to transferring obscene material to a minor.weiner admitted to sending sexually explicit images and requests to a 15-year-old girl.he took full responsibility, saying he has a sickness, but not an excuse. the democrat from brooklyn was considered a rising star in congress until 2011...when he resigned after his first sexting scandal became public. a second one helped sink his run for new york city mayor in 2013.weiner's wife, former hillary clinton presidential campaign aide huma abedin, also filed for divorce this afternoon. ((ang))the kaitlyn conley murder trial was filled with twist and turns.taking another yesterday in the result of a hung jury. eyewitness news reporter jamie deline checked in with a former oneida county district attorney for better insight into the coming months ahead for this case. jamie what can you tell us? ((jamie))kaitlyn conley is accused of killing her boss, chiropractor mary yoder back in july of 2015. and yesterday, it was announced that in the murder trial, there was a hung jury, which resulted in a mistrial....meaning that the jury was not able to come up with a verdict. and since there is no verdict, the case can be tried again. micheal arcuri is the former district attorney of oneida county. and today, he explains some of the challenges lawyers will face when present their case in the kaitlyn connely murder trial for the second time this fall. " they can never mention the fact that this is a second trial, okay....because that might in some way lead a juror to believe that well the procecution couldnt convict them the first time, so they cant really talk about these thingsaruri further explains this by giving an example." when a defense attorney is going to impeach a witness, he may impeach them with their former testimony, so a judge will warn him exactly how he has to be very careful. he cant say that when we were in trial the last time, he has to say when you testified on such and such a date do you remember... but he cant say "when we tried this the first time. "witnessess testifying must also abide by the same rule. arcuri says not everyone who previously testified will necessarily have to do it again. that is a decision that will be made by the attorneys. "this is one of those very intersting cases. you could very well try it two or 3 times and not come to a verdict. the other thing is that it has so much publicity that it makes it that much more difficult that the jurors havent formed an oppinion on it, and most people say they havent formulated an oppinion on it. but come on, if you've watched it 2 or 3 times on tv, its kinda hard not to have the back of your mind some belief as to wheter or not the person did it or didnt do it. i think round 2 will be just as 3 interesting as round 1 was, if not more." ((jamie))arcuri also says when it comes to the jury selection, if a person says they havent heard about this case, it may cause some suspicion amongst the attorneys and it will be up to them to decicide if that's who they want on the jury. reporting jamie deline, eyewitness news. ((mike))softball players

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