Man faces charges after threat with gun

At 4:35 p.m. July 23, Officers L. Dell, C. Weeks and Agent M. Lockwood responded to a reported dispute occurring on Legacy Drive that involved a weapon. Upon their arrival, they spoke with the victim who reported that she had been involved in a dispute with her husband, Lonnie R. Peters Sr., 47, of 13270 Ira Station Road in Sterling and that during the dispute, he had brandished a handgun and had pointed it at her and threatened to end both of their lives. Peters fled the scene before officers arrived and was later located at his residence by members of the Cayuga County Sheriff's Office where he was arrested and transported to the Baldwinsville Police Department. Peters was charged with second degree menacing and fourth degree criminal possession of a weapon and he was arraigned before Town of Lysander Justice C. Rutherford who released Peters on his own recognizance to appear in village court July 29.

Public lewdness charged

At 3:25 p.m. July 22, Baldwinsville Police Officer C. M. Weeks arrested Ralph DiFlorio, 44, of 110 Andrews St. in Syracuse for public lewdness. It is alleged that DeFlorio was in a vacant apartment located at 1-9 West Genesee Street, fully naked exposing his private parts and making lewd gestures while watching patrons of a dress shop across the street with binoculars. He was processed and released to appear in the village of Baldwinsville Justice Court Aug. 12.

Petit larceny, unlawful possession of marijuana charged

At 8:13 p.m. July 9, Joshua Reeves, 19, of 7656 Seneca Beach Drive in Baldwinsville was arrested for petit larceny as it is alleged that he went through several vehicles at Lions Park and took a GPS unit, money and lottery tickets from two victims. While conducting a search incident to arrest, Reeves was found to be in possession of a glass, smoking pipe, which tested positive for marijuana. He was processed and released on an appearance ticket to appear in village of Baldwinsville Justice Court July 29.

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