Baldwinsville Police blotter

Criminal contempt charged

At 12:09 p.m. Nov. 2, Baldwinsville Police Officer C. Allen arrested Wayne F. Coe, 27 who is transient, regarding a charge of first-degree criminal contempt. It is alleged that Coe called a female who had a stay away order of protection against him and the phone call violated the order of protection. Coe was arraigned in the village of Baldwinsville Court and was released to appear in court Nov. 4 regarding this charge.

Petit larceny charged

At 9:13 p.m. Nov. 2, Baldwinsville Police Officer C. M. Coakley was called regarding a disturbance in the 500 building of Landrush Way. Pamela Felt, 39, of 803 Landrush Way was located and arrested as police were aware of a bench warrant issued July 30 for petit larceny. This stemmed from an incident at Rite Aid in April. Judge Huling arraigned Felt and she was released on her own recognizance to return to court Nov. 18.

At 5:15 p.m. Nov. 3, Agent M. J. Lockwood arrested a 13-year-old Baldwinsville juvenile regarding a charge of petit larceny. It is alleged that the juvenile stole three candy bars from the A-Plus located at 35 E. Genesee St. on Oct. 15. A witness brought the theft to the attention of the A-Plus employees after the juvenile left the store. A review of the security footage, which captured the theft lead to the identification of the juvenile. The case will be turned over to the department's juvenile officer for further processing.

Unlawful possession of marijuana charged

At 4:14 p.m. Nov. 4, Baldwinsville Police Officer R. A. Thibault investigated a drug complaint involving two individuals sitting in a parked vehicle at Candlewood Gardens and allegedly they were smoking drugs. Edward J. Laplante, 17, of 3 Phillips St. in Baldwinsville was found to be in possession of a small amount of marijuana. He was arrested and the booking process was completed at the scene. Laplante was released on an appearance ticket and is scheduled to return to the village of Baldwinsville Court Dec. 2.

Bench warrant arrest

At 4:34 p.m. Nov. 5, Baldwinsville Police Officer R. A. Thibault arrested James A Iozzia, 28 of 5381 Bear Road in North Syracuse on an active bench warrant for second-degree aggravated harassment. Iozzia turned himself into the police department for the warrant. He was processed and arraigned in the village of Baldwinsville Justice Court by Judge McMahon who released him on his own recognizance. Iozzia is due back in court Nov. 18.

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