Man charged with aggravated harassment

At 10:30 p.m. May 27, Baldwinsville Police Officer J. A. Zeppetello responded to the Microtel at 131 Downer St. regarding a complaint of a domestic dispute. The victim alleged that the suspect, Thomas J. Davis, 43, of 106 Wilkinson Place, Baldwinsville called her cell phone and threatened her. Davis was located at JPs Tavern at 12:03 a.m. May 29 and placed under arrest for second degree aggravated harassment. He was transported to the police station where the booking process was completed. He was arraigned before Judge McMahon who released him on his own recognizance and he was scheduled to appear in village court June 3.

Criminal mischief, reckless driving charged

At 7:53 p.m. May 29, Baldwinsville Police Officer C. M. Coakley investigated a road rage incident where it was alleged that Michael Demascoli, 21, of 1115 Old St. Route 31, Memphis, followed a car driving alongside on the shoulder of Downer Street, yelling at the occupants. One of the occupants was an ex-girlfriend. He bumped the rear of the car, jumped out at the stoplight at Downer and Syracuse streets, verbally threatening the occupants, punching the car causing damage and punching at the front seat passengers. A passenger in Demascoli's vehicle, Joseph Kopera, 18, of 10 Commane Road, broke a taillight on the victims car by striking it with a skateboard. Kopera was arrested and charged with fourth degree criminal mischief and was released on an appearance ticket. Judge McMahon arraigned Demascoli, who had been charged with reckless driving and fourth degree criminal mischief and set a return court date of June 3. He was released on his own recognizance.

Two face DWI charges

At 3:14 a.m. May 31, Baldwinsville Police Officer C. M. Coakley stopped a vehicle for speeding on W. Genesee Street near River Street. The driver, Timothy J. Honors, 24, of 205 Edna Road, Syracuse was arrested for DWI after alcohol involvement was detected and field sobriety tests were conducted. The booking process was completed at the station and he was released to a third party. He was scheduled to return to the village of Baldwinsville Court June 10.

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