Thomas has been charged with the following: TOWN OF CORTLANDVILE, N.Y. (WBNG) — The Cortland County Sheriff’s Office says one person has been arrested following a report of a disturbance at 52 Penguin Dr. in the town of Cortlandville. The sheriff’s office says Thomas was at the Town of Cortlandville Court on Jan. 2 and was remanded to the Cortland County Jail in lieu of $500 cash or $1000 bond. They say he then left the scene in a vehicle but was located later and taken in custody. Criminal Contempt in 1st degree, a class E felonyUnauthorized use of a motor vehicle in the 3rd degreeAggravated harassment in the 2nd degreeUnlawful imprisonment in the 2nd degreeCriminal obstruction of breathing Authorities say 20-year-old Mason D. Thomas of the town of Dryden was arrested and charged with a felony after he violated a court order of protections by being at the residence on Penguin Drive and choking a person there.
The cast says its amazing to see the children’s faces light up with excitement as they enjoy the show. The Pinocchio show started touring in early September of 2019, making its way around different schools in the area. For more than 40 years, Tri-Cities opera resident artists have been visiting schools across the state and northern Pennsylvania to present children’s operas and concerts. Last year the opera told the tale of Goldie Locks and the Three Bears. “At such a young age they should be exposed to music, theater, and art so it’s important they get to see something like this.” said Gina Moscato who performs multiple roles in the opera. JOHNSON CITY (WBNG) — Artists from Tri-Cities Opera treated students at Johnson City elementary school to an operatic experience, telling them classic childhood story of Pinocchio.