B’ville Police blotter: Five face DWI charges

— At 2 a.m. Nov. 5, an officer observed a vehicle fail to signal a turn at the intersection of E. Genesee and Oswego streets. The driver was stopped and identified as Jacqueline L. Foster, 48, of 110 Cedarwood Blvd., Baldwinsville. Foster was subsequently arrested and charged with DWI, aggravated DWI, failure to signal a turn, unlicensed operator and uninspected motor vehicle. She was processed and released on her own recognizance to appear in village court at 6 p.m. Nov. 30.

Man arrested after car chase

At 5:27 a.m. Nov. 4, a Baldwinsville Officer observed a suspicious vehicle behind Nobles Plaza on Syracuse Street. Upon arrival of the officer an individual quickly fled in the vehicle and the officer pursued the vehicle south on Route 48, onto I-690 and then back onto State Fair Blvd., where the vehicle became disabled due to members of the Sheriff’s Office utilizing “stop Sticks” to deflate the tires of the vehicle. The subject, Donald Madrid, 18, of 309 Snowdale Dr., Syracuse was taken into custody and charged with unlawfully fleeing a police officer, failure to yield to an emergency vehicle and unauthorized use of a vehicle, as the vehicle has been stolen from the Liverpool area. Madrid was arraigned by Judge McMahon who set bail at $300 cash or bond and Madrid was taken to the Justice Center Jail to re-appear in court on Nov. 9.

Man arrested on bench warrant

At 10:34 p.m. Nov. 12, Baldwinsville Police were notified that the Syracuse P.D. had stopped a vehicle and that Jacob King, 23, of 254 W. Forth St., Fulton was in the vehicle. A bench warrant had been issued for King’s arrest after he had failed to appear in court on unlawful possession of marijuana charges. He was arraigned before Judge McMahon who set bail at $150 which King posted ad he is scheduled to re-appear in court Nov. 16.

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