Police blotter

April 21

Sharaine S. Richmond, 28, of East 81 Street, Brooklyn, was charged with Aggravated Unlicensed Operation of a Motor Vehicle in the third degree and violating the speed limit of 55 mph.

April 23

Michael W. Sheridan, 50, of Skyline Drive, Morrisville, was charged with Operation of a Motor Vehicle with a blood alcohol of .08 percent or greater, driving while intoxicated and failure to keep right.

April 24

Zachary T. Fadio, 21, of Creston Avenue, Audubon, was charged with Driving While Intoxicated, operating a motor vehicle with a blood alcohol of .08 percent or more and an illegal U turn in the wrong lane.

Timothy D. Streiff, 21, of North Main Street, Menoa, was charged with Unlawful Possession of Marijuana.

Erieville man discharges weapon in domestic incident

Madison County Sheriff Allen Riley reports that deputies have charged a 48 year old Madison County man after he allegedly discharged a rifle while two deputies were at his residence investigating a reported domestic violence incident.

Adam L. Bradley, 48, Eatonbrook Road, Erieville, was charged with two misdemeanor counts of Menacing in the Second degree.

According to reports, deputies responded to the Bradley's Town of Nelson residence on May 1 at about 11:30 p.m. after being dispatched to a reported domestic violence incident. Upon the arrival of the deputies, they parked at the road end of the private driveway. They were approached by a family member and advised that Bradley was armed and hiding under a porch deck. As this warning was being relayed to the deputies, a firearm was discharged in the area of the deck. It is not known where the discharged bullet went, if the discharge was accidental or if it was intentional.

A perimeter was set up. A deputy was able to make telephone contact with Bradley and after a brief conversation Bradley surrendered without further incident or resistance.

There was no exchange of gunfire between the deputies and Bradley. There were no injuries during the incident.

Bradley was arraigned before Hon. Patrick O'Sullivan, Town of Nelson Court. Bradley was committed to the Madison County Public Safety Building jail, in lieu of $ 2,000 cash or $ 5,000 bond bail. He has since been released on bail pending his re-appearance in the Town of Nelson Court at a later date. The investigation is continuing.

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