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Police Blotter 06/16/2009

Oneida

June 10

Bradley D. Chelsey, 27, of Las Vegas, Nev. And Stephen D. Holden, 18, of Church Hill Place, Gilroy, Calif., were charge with solicitation without a permit.

June 12

Brandon Sheedy, 36, of Stone Street, Oneida was ticketed for dangerous dog and dog at large.

Craig J. Person, 23, of Upper Lenox Avenue, Oneida was arrested for third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation and a cell phone violation.

Dolly Weimer, 31, of Lexington Avenue, Oneida was ticketed for dangerous dog.

Valerie Darracq, 40, of W. Elm Street, Oneida was ticketed for violating the city's trash ordinance.

A 16-year-old Madison Street, Oneida resident was ticketed for petit larceny.

Dustin R. Williamson, 26, of Burke Road, Vernon was arrested for second-degree criminal contempt. He was also charged with second-degree criminal trespass on a separate incident.

Dennis L. Winchell, 55, of Middle Road, Oneida was arrested for second-degree harassment.

Lawrence R. Bartlett was ticketed for fourth-degree criminal mischief.

June 13

Alicia A. Coonrod, 21, of North Warner Street, Oneida was ticketed for petit larceny.

Haylee R. Holdridge, 19, of Sherman Street, Oneida and a 16-year-old Seneca Turnpike, Canastota resident were ticketed for disorderly conduct.

A third person was charged in connection with this incident, Bobbie J. Lennox, 28, of Main Street, Blossvale for third-degree menacing.

Matthew A. Peruzzi, 22, of Colonial Drive, New Hartford was arrested for fourth-degree criminal mischief, third-degree criminal tampering and trespass. He was arraigned and committed to Madison County Jail with bail set at $500. New Hartford Police assisted with the arrest.

June 14

Damaso T. Diaz, 21, of Lenox Avenue, Oneida was arrested for disorderly conduct. He was arraigned and committed to Madison County Jail with bail set at $250.

Also arrested in connection with the incident was Timothy R. Barbano, 21, of Williams Street, Oneida for disorderly conduct, two counts of second-degree harassment, third-degree criminal tampering and second-degree obstruction of governmental administration. He was arraigned and committed to Madison County Jail with bail set at $2,500.

Additional charges are pending.

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