Oneida Police Blotter

Aug. 25

Cesar Montanez, 31, of Main Street, Oneida, was charged Aug. 25 with dog-at-large and allowing a dog to become a nuisance-dangerous dog. Montanez is alleged to own a dog that attacked and bit another person causing injuries. He will appear Sept. 1 at the Oneida City Court

Raymond L. Ferguson Jr., 22, of Eddy Road, Canastota, was charged Aug, 25 with endangering the welfare of a child and trespass. Ferguson and a second subject are alleged to have engaged in a verbal dispute in the 200 block of Williams Street around 2:05 p.m. Aug. 25 in which led to a knife being displayed and a victim being chased and threatened. Ferguson is alleged to have chased the victim through backyards with a second suspect that was armed with a knife while children were playing in the backyards. The victim fled into a residence. Ferguson will appear in Oneida City Court Sept. 4. An additional arrest is pending.

Aug. 27

Amber Thornton, 25, of Route 31, Durhamville, was charged Aug. 27 with making a publishable false written statement. She is alleged to have intentionally made a false written statement accusing another person of committing a crime against her which was false. Thornton will appear Sept. 4.

David S. Eggleston, 20, of North Main Street, Oneida, was issued a criminal summons Aug. 27 to appear in Oneida City Court Sept. 4 to answer a charge of criminal mischief in the fourth degree. Eggleston is alleged to have damaged a wall at an apartment building.

John P. Mackenzie, 28, of West St. in Oneida, was issued an appearance ticket Aug. 27 to appear in Oneida City Court Sept. 1 to answer charges of allowing a dog to run at large and dangerous dog. Mackenzie is alleged to have owned a dog that attacked a neighbor's dog and a neighbor on the sidewalk.

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