Sergeant Stevens says ...
According to the New York State Department of Motor Vehicles, junior operators licenses only allow driving until 9 p.m., unless going to an accredited school course. This does not include sporting events and dances. Parents are to make sure their junior operators are not driving past 9 p.m. If they are and get stopped, they will get ticketed.
Arrests for the week:
Jenna K. Amberge, 40, of 140 Casowasco Drive, Moravia, was charged Sept. 21 with third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation, operating while registration is suspended or revoked, operating without insurance and operating out of class.
Michael P. Omara, 50, of 217 Montrose Ave., Syracuse, was charged Sept. 25 with operating while registration is suspended or revoked, operating without insurance and uninspected motor vehicle.
Vehicle and traffic tickets written: 19
AUO, 3rd: 1
Operating while Reg. susp/revoked: 2
Operating w/o insurance: 2
Operating out of class: 1
Unlic. Operator: 1
No/inadequate lights: 2
OP mv - mobile phone: 1
Rear/side windows non/transparent: 2
Uninspected MV: 1
Disobeyed traffic control dev: 4
Parking tickets written: 45
Courtesy cards written: 86