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Johnson City Patrolman D.W. Smith Remembered

A year has passed since police officer David W. Smith was fatally shot in Johnson City.

Patrolman Smith was 43 when he died shortly after he was wounded on Harrison Street on the morning of March 31, 2014...

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Officer Smith’s Name Added To Binghamton Memorial

The name of Johnson City Police Officer David W. Smith Jr. now appears on the Police Memorial in downtown Binghamton.

Officer Smith died after he was shot minutes after he came on duty on the morning of March 31...

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Details of Reason Behind Johnson City Police Officer’s Death Still Pending

Authorities have not released any further information about what caused a sudden change in the behavior and personality of a medical technician Monday morning that led to the fatal shooting of a Johnson City Police officer and a gun-battle with another officer that left the technician dead...

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The Funeral of Police Officer David W. Smith

Family, friends, law enforcement officers and area residents attended the funeral of Johnson City Police Officer David W. Smith Friday...

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Johnson City Traffic, Bus Service Adjustments

Friday's funeral for Johnson City Police Officer David Smith will result in some changes for motorists and bus riders in the village.

According to Johnson City officials, a section of Main Street will be closed for several hours between Saint Charles Street and the arch at Floral Avenue...

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Police Officer Funeral Parking Arrangements Are Set

Shuttle service is being provided for the calling hours in Port Dickinson today and the funeral in Johnson City tomorrow for Officer David Smith, who was killed in the line of duty Monday across from Wilson Hospital...

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Johnson City Police Vigil Draws Hundreds

Hundreds of people gathered in front of the Johnson City Police station April 1 for a candlelight vigil to honor and remember fallen police Officer Smith...

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Johnson City’s Fatal Shooting Mystery Continues

Only a few, scant new details are emerging from the investigation into the shooting of Johnson City Police Officer David Smith March 31 at Southern Tier Imaging on Harrison Street and the death of his shooter, 43 year old James Clark of Greene during a shootout with another police officer...

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Johnson City Officer’s Funeral Set For Friday

The funeral arrangements for Johnson City police officer David Smith have been finalized.

Smith, who was 43, died shortly after he was shot on Harrison Street Monday morning...

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