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Corrections officer, others jailed in wake of alleged armed robberies

Derek A. Storms, 25, was a probationary officer at the Steuben County Jail when he allegedly participated in the robbery attempts last week

By Mary Perham
The Courier

BATH — A Steuben County corrections officer was one of the three people arrested Friday for allegedly participating in a pair of attempted armed robberies in Bath.

Derek A. Storms, 25, was a probationary officer at the Steuben County Jail when he allegedly participated in the robbery attempts last week. County Sheriff David Cole confirmed Wednesday that Storms was placed on administrative leave last week by former county Sheriff Joel Ordway.

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