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Aggravated harassment charged

At 2 p.m. June 23, Baldwinsville Police Agent M. J. Lockwood arrested David J. Galoni, 45, of 5781 W. Main St. in Olcott regarding an arrest warrant for a charge of second degree aggravated harassment. It is alleged that Galoni placed a threatening phone call to his ex-wife in Baldwinsville on June 1. He was arraigned before Judge McMahon and released to re-appear in the village court Aug. 5.

Aggravated unlicensed operation

At 11:21 p.m. June 26, Baldwinsville Police Officer J. A. Zeppetello stopped a vehicle on Syracuse Street for passing a red light on E. Genesee Street. The driver was identified as Patricia L. Hemingway, 33, of 13 Water St. in Baldwinsville. DMV checks showed that her license was expired and also suspended. She was placed under arrest for third degree aggravated unlicensed operation and the booking process was completed at the scene. She was issued three traffic tickets for third degree aggravated unlicensed operation, expired driver's license and passing a red light. She was released on her own recognizance and is scheduled to appear in village court July 29 regarding these charges.

At 11:19 p.m. June 26, Baldwinsville Police Officer R. A. Thibault arrested Michael S. Parish, 46, of 7651 Morgan Road in Liverpool. The arrest was the result of a traffic stop in which police observed the defendant operating a 1999 Buick LeSabre with an inadequate exhaust on Salina Street. A DMV check revealed that Parish's driver's license was suspended. He was issued tickets for third degree aggravated unlicensed operation and inadequate exhaust and released on $100 police bail. Parish is scheduled to appear in the village of Baldwinsville Court July 29.

Criminal possession of controlled substance charged

At 6:55 p.m. June 27, Baldwinsville Police Officer P. J. Holtman arrested Robert Scoville, Jr., 20, of 2 Mildred Ave., Baldwinsville and charged him with seventh degree criminal possession of a controlled substance and third degree aggravated unlicensed operation. Police were familiar with Scoville and aware that his driver's license is under suspension when he was observed operating a vehicle in traffic. The suspensions were the result of Scoville's failure to pay a town of Salina fine and failure to answer a town of Clay summons. Police stopped Scoville and took him into custody locating the prescription drug Oxycontin in his possession. Scoville did not posses a prescription for the drug and was transported to the police department where the booking process was completed. Scoville posted $100 bail and was released to return to village court July 8.

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