A 28-year-old Cazenovia resident was charged with leaving the scene and other traffic violations after allegedly crashing into a building in Pompey Dec. 18. State Police in Lafayette say Jason Griffin was responsible for hte damage after an investigation into a motor vehicle collision with a building at the town of Pompey Courthouse, Route 20 at Pompey Center Road, town of Pompey.
Police say the incident was reported at 12:15 a.m. Dec. 18 by a passerby who reported significant structural damage to the northeast corner of the courthouse. Patrols arrived at the scene to find tire tracks leading from the road up to the damaged area of the building, but no vehicle on scene.
Town of Pompey Fire and Highway Departments, East Syracuse Fire Department and National Grid responded to the scene to assist.
Information obtained from the scene lead police to a residence in Cazenovia, where the suspect vehicle was located.
Griffin was ticketed for leaving the scene of a property damage accident, failure to reduce speed and passing on the right.
All tickets are returnable in Pompey Court.