Oneida Police blotter


July 6

James V. Didomenico, 23, of Fern Hollow Drive, Liverpool, was arrested July 6 on charges of criminal mischief in the fourth degree and aggravated unlicensed operation in the second degree. Didomenico is alleged to have intentionally damaged the lawn at 303 W, Elm St. by driving his Jeep on the lawn and spinning his tires causing ruts in the lawn. He was arraigned and committed to the Madison County Jail in lieu of bail set at $250 cash or $500 bond to appear July 10 in Oneida City court.

Carlos M. Mass, 29, of Almond Street, Oneida, was arrested July 6 on charges of disorderly conduct and criminal mischief in the fourth degree. Mass is alleged to have repeatedly use obscene language while standing in front of 225 Farrier Avenue while police conducted an investigation. He is alleged to have, while begin taken from the police station to Madison County Jail, kicked a hole in the wall at Oneida City Police Station leading to the charge of criminal mischief. He was arraigned and committed to Madison County Jail to appear July 10.

A property damage accident occurred on Ridge Road in the town of Cazenovia. The accident occurred when a vehicle being operated by Beverly Harlow was travelling south on Ridge Road when she lost control of her vehicle and exited the east side of the road and ended up in the ditch. The vehicle was towed by Sheppard's.

Officer Kyle Laitenberger was dispatched to 2545 Dugway Road when the resident of the property Amy Judson confronted the officer about the excessive speeds that cars pass her home at. She stated that her kitten had been ran over recently. She said she believed cars were going between 50 and 100 mph as they pass by. Judson said she wanted extra patrol coverage when possible. Laitenberger said he would pass the information onto patrols.

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