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Eight arrested for Camillus brawl

The Camillus Police Department announced this morning the names of eight Camillus residents arrested and charged in connection with the Feb. 8 brawl at a Camillus Youth Basketball Association game.

The investigation conducted by the Camillus department and Onondaga County District Attorneys Office resulted in this morning's arrest of the following individuals:

Odeh Ibrahim, 18, of 115 Matterson Ave, Syracuse, was charged with:

- third-degree assault

- endangering the welfare of a child

- second-degree disorderly conduct

- second-degree harassment

Ibrahim was arraigned before Judge Steven Poli and remanded to the Onondaga County Justice center on $500 cash or $1,500 bond.

Terry L. Boiselle, 40, 200 Marion Ave, Syracuse, charged with:

- two counts of third-degree assault

- endangering the welfare of a child

- disorderly conduct

Terry L. Boiselle was arraigned before Judge Steven Poli and remanded to the Onondaga County Justice center on $1,500 cash or $3,000 bond.

Hassanat Ibrahim, 18, of 298 Kasson Road, Camillus, was charged with:

- third-degree assault

- endangering the welfare of a child

- disorderly conduct

Ibrahim was arraigned before Judge Steven Poli and remanded to the Onondaga County Justice center on $500 cash or $1,500 bond.

Magid Hussein, 37, of 5012 Tenderfoot Trail, Camillus, was charged with:

- third-degree assault

- endangering the welfare of a child

- disorderly conduct

Hussein was arraigned before Judge Steven Poli and remanded to the Onondaga County Justice center on $1,500 cash or $3,000 bond.

Ismail (Sam) Deb, 23, of 5101 Stagecoach Road, Camillus,was charged with:

- third-degree assault

- endangering the welfare of a child

- disorderly conduct

Ismail Deb was arraigned beforeJudge Steven Poli and remanded to the Onondaga County Justice center on $1,500 cash or $3,000 bond.

Hussein I. Deb, 17, of 7212 Chadwick Circle, Jamesville, was charged with:

- third-degree assault

- making a punishable false written statement

- endangering the welfare of a child

- disorderly conduct

Hussein Deb was arraigned before Judge Steven Poli and remanded to the Onondaga County Justice center on $1,500 cash or $3,000 bond.

Mohammed Deb, 16, of 5101 Stagecoach Road, Camillus, was charged with:

- disorderly conduct

Mohammed Deb was released on an appearance ticket.

Terry M. Boiselle, 18, of 200 Marion Ave, Syracuse, was charged with:

- disorderly conduct

Terry M. Boiselle was released on an appearance ticket.

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