At 4:10 p.m. Aug. 6, Baldwinsville Police Officer C. Allen pulled over a vehicle after it failed to yield to an emergency vehicle on Syracuse Street. The driver was identified as Matthew J. Coomey, 30, of 82 Oswego St., Baldwinsville. A DMV inquiry revealed that Coomey's license was revoked on Sept. 2, 2001 for operating without insurance. Coomey was placed under arrest for third degree aggravated unlicensed operation and transported to the police department where the booking process was completed. Coomey was issued traffic tickets for third degree aggravated unlicensed operation, unlicensed operation, failed to yield to an emergency vehicle and uninspected motor vehicle. Coomey posted $100 cash bail and was released. He was scheduled to appear in the Village of Baldwinsville Court Aug. 6.
On Aug. 9, Baldwinsville Police Officer C. M. Coakley responded to the area of Mildred Ave and Canton Street regarding an attempted larceny of a bicycle from a garage. A suspect matching the description given was later located and then identified by the victim as John M. Springer, 20, of 92 Syracuse St., Baldwinsville. Springer was arrested and charged with second degree criminal trespass for entering the garage of the victim. He was processed and released on his own recognizance to appear in village court Aug. 26.
Petit larceny charged
At 10:42 p.m. Aug. 8, Police Agent J. C. Merritt arrested two larceny suspects after observing them stealing some reinforcement rods from a construction site in Baldwinsville. Harry Shuler, 43, of 1237 Co. Rt. 85 Hannibal, and Robert Yates, Jr., 45 of 8233 Vicksburg Place, Baldwinsville were arrested after they drove their vehicle to a construction site and began loading $268 worth of the property. After attempting to hide from police, both suspects were taken into custody and returned to the police department where they were both charged with petit larceny. After the booking process, both were issued appearance tickets to appear in village justice court Aug. 26.