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Police blotter: Criminal mischief charged

— At 7:57 p.m. Dec. 10, members of the police department arrested Vincent Regan, 24, of 85 W. Genesee St., Baldwinsville, on a charge of fourth degree criminal mischief. The charge stems from an incident at his residence where he is alleged to have damaged a glass candle holder belonging to his girlfriend during a domestic dispute. He was processed and arraigned before Judge E. Huling and released on his own recognizance to re-appear in court Dec. 21.

Obstruction of breathing charged

At 4:19 a.m. Dec. 11, members of the department responded to a reported domestic dispute on Canton Street. During the investigation, it was determined that during a domestic dispute with his girlfriend, Lawrence R. LaPrease, 31, of 48 ½ Canton St., Baldwinsville, placed her in a headlock, obstructing her breathing. He was arrested and charged with second degree harassment and criminal obstruction of breathing. He was processed and arraigned before Judge Huling and released ROR to appear in court Dec. 14.

Order of protection violation

At 10:12 p.m. Dec. 12, members of the police department conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle that had run a red light. During the stop it was determined that one of the individuals inside the vehicle, William Allison, 32, of 4030 Hemlock Circle, Liverpool, was in the vehicle with a person who had a stay-away order of protection against him. Allison was arrested and charged with second degree criminal contempt. He was arraigned before Judge McMahon and released ROR to appear in court Dec. 21.

Two face DWI charges

At 2:11 a.m. Dec. 15, Baldwinsville Police observed a vehicle fail to signal. The vehicle was stopped on Grove Street and the driver was identified as Derek Virginia, 25, of 1984 Connors Road, Baldwinsville. Alcohol involvement was detected and he was placed under arrest. During the arrest process, Virginia attempted to run from the officers that resulted in the following charges: DWI, aggravated DWI, resisting arrest and computer checks showed his license was suspended so he was also charged with first degree aggravated unlicensed operation. He was processed and released on his own recognizance to appear in village court Jan. 11.

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