On the morning of Sept. 12, a New York man was taken into custody after allegedly committing an armed robbery at a convenience store in Binghamton. Authorities in Broome County received a report about the incident shortly after 1:30 a.m. Detectives were able to locate the accused man, and they reportedly interrogated him about the event.
Police say money from a cash register was taken from the Hess gas station on Glenwood Avenue. The alleged robber was described as a male who was seen wearing black gloves and a red bandanna. The man was also believed to be carrying a handgun when he allegedly took the cash and fled the gas station on foot. Reports did not indicate whether the man is facing additional charges or if he has a previous criminal record.