Criminal contempt charged
On Oct. 30, Baldwinsville Police Officer C. Allen investigated a suspicious vehicle complaint on Mildred Ave. The investigation revealed that Robert J. Scoville, Jr., 20, of 352 County Route 46, Phoenix, was parking his vehicle down the road from a residence where a stay away order of protection was in place. This was done so that police would not suspect he was at that residence. Scoville was located at the residence and was placed under arrest for second-degree criminal contempt. He was arraigned before Jude E. Huling and bail was set at $2,500 cash/bond. He was transported to the justice center where he was remanded and was scheduled to appear in the village of Baldwinsville Court Nov. 4.
At 2:35 a.m. Nov. 1, Baldwinsville Police Officer C. M. Coakley stopped a vehicle on Oswego Street after observing it make a wide right turn from East Oneida Street onto Oswego Street crossing over the center line and then weaving from center line to fog line. Alcohol involvement was detected and field sobriety tests were conducted. The driver, Christine L. Monica, 41, of 45 E. Oneida St., Baldwinsville, was arrested for driving while intoxicated. The booking process was completed at the police department and she was released on her own recognizance to appear in village court Nov. 18 to answer the charges.
At 9:51 p.m. Oct. 30, Baldwinsville Police Officer P. J. Holtman arrested Ronald Stackiewicz, 26, of 805 Willis Ave. in Syracuse and charged him with one count of fourth-degree stalking. The charges stem from a complaint from Stackiewicz's ex-girlfriend that in the past year, he has sent her approximately 25 unwanted text messages per day to her cellular phone. Stackiewicz was arraigned before Judge McMahon who released him on his own recognizance to re-appear in village court Nov. 4. Judge McMahon also provided the victim with an order of protection against Stackiewicz.