Two face larceny charges

On March 25, members of the Baldwinsville Police Department investigated several complaints of items being stolen from vehicles in the Baldwin Hill housing development. Members of the Camillus Police Department located two eligible youth offenders and recovered a number of GPS units and other items that had been stolen from vehicles and the suspects were placed under arrest. On April 5, officers from the Baldwinsville Police Department responded to the Justice Center Jail and arrested the youths and charged each of them with four counts of petit larceny. They were processed and scheduled to appear in village court April 20.

Man charged with DWI

At 3:25 a.m. April 7, Officer J.S. Cerankowski observed a vehicle traveling on Tappan Street cross over the center of the roadway into the oncoming lane of traffic. The vehicle was stopped and the driver was identified as Anthony J. Stewart, 46, of 1078 Morgan Road, Memphis. Alcohol involvement was detected and field sobriety tests were administered. Stewart was subsequently arrested and charged with DWI and failure to keep right. He was processed and scheduled to appear in village court April 27.

Man arrested on warrants

At 6:10 p.m. April 6, Agent M.J. Lockwood arrested Michael J. Jones, 46, of 98 Caroll St., Trenton, N.J. regarding four warrants that had been issued on charges of fifth-degree criminal possession of stolen property. The warrants were from investigations in 2005 and he turned himself in regarding the warrants. He was arraigned before Judge Huling who released him on his own recognizance to re-appear in village court April 27.

Youth faces larceny charge

At 5:40 p.m. April 2, Officer R.A. Thibault arrested an eligible youthful offender on a charge of petit larceny. The arrest is the result of an investigation into a larceny of a GPS from a vehicle that occurred March 25 on E. Oneida Street. The stolen GPS was recovered at the Seneca Knolls Pawn Shop, where the youth had allegedly sold it. The youth was processed and scheduled to appear in village court April 27.

Woman faces harassment charge

At 8:24 p.m. April 5, Officer J.S. Cerankowski served a criminal summons to Tracy Tripp, 50, of 51 Artillery Lane, Baldwinsville charging her with second-degree harassment. The charge stems from a domestic incident that occurred March 30 where it is alleged that Tripp made threats to kill her son-in-law. She was scheduled to appear in village court April 13.

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