L’pool police chief receives Sheriff’s award recognizing his 2013 arrest of a double murderer
Liverpool Police Chief Don Morris received a Sheriff’s Award for Bravery Monday, Dec. 8, in recognition of his Oct. 28, 2013 arrest of double murder suspect Justin Dallas, 26, of Syracuse.
A couple who pleaded guilty to embezzling $444,000 from a central New York church are scheduled to be sentenced to prison terms.
Cazenovia police this week found a backpack containing a portable meth lab behind a garage on Mill Street in the village. The backpack contained all the common items used in the manufacture of methamphetamine in what is called the “shake and bake” method, where the drug is created in a plastic bottle — in this case, a 1-liter plastic soda bottle.
Cazenovia Police Chief Michael Hayes wants all village residents to be aware that several local residents have recently reported receiving scam phone calls from people identifying themselves as the IRS, asking for individuals' bank account numbers and other personal information.
Two days after a female who robbed a Chittenango bank was on the loose in the village of Chittenango and reported as “armed and dangerous,” state police made a second arrest to close out the case. New York State Police in Oneida announced the arrest of Alyssa L. Boswell, 22, of Canastota, on Thursday, Dec. 4, for robbery in the first degree, a class B felony.
Onondaga County Sheriff’s detectives have charged a town of Dewitt man after allegedly disseminating indecent material through his cell phone and social media, to a student less than 17 years of age.
The Town of Manlius Police are looking for any information regarding 10 recent reports of identity thefts in the area involving five suspects, four male and one female.
Detectives believe victim targeted, incident not random
Two gunshots were reportedly heard by witnesses at about 9:30 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 16, at the Covered Bridge Apartments, at 850 Vine St., just outside the village of Liverpool.
The Town of Manlius Police Department is currently investigating two residential burglaries that occurred on Nov. 18 and 19.
It was standing room only on Monday, Nov. 17, at DeWitt town hall for a community meeting led by the DeWitt police department concerning the rise in home burglaries in certain areas of the town.
On Nov. 14, the Town of Manlius Police, in its pursuit of traffic safety, conducted a DWI checkpoint in the 6900 block of Kirkville Road.
East Syracuse, DeWitt, Manlius police blotter Week of Oct. 13 to 22
East Syracuse, DeWitt and Manlius police blotters for the week of Oct. 13 to 22
Michael Iannettoni had been charged with driving while intoxicated five times when he killed Vincent Russo. Iannettoni had four previous convictions for DWI and was awaiting sentencing on a fifth when he struck Russo’s car on Buckley Road in Liverpool on Jan. 9, 2011. Russo, 82, of Liverpool, was on his way to Mass. Iannettoni was drunk. Russo died three days later. Iannettoni was convicted of aggravated vehicular homicide, first- and second-degree vehicular manslaughter, reckless driving, crossing a double solid line and failure to keep right. He was sentenced to eight and a third to 25 years in prison. But for Russo’s family, it wasn’t enough; they believed he never should have been on the road that night in the first place, given his dangerous history. With the help of State Sen. John DeFrancisco, the Russo family pushed forward a law that would increase penalties for those with repeat drunk driving offenses.
On Oct. 31, the DeWitt Police Department arrested Jotina L. Albert, 41, of 304 East Ellis Street, East Syracuse, on charges of assault in the second degree and criminal possession of a weapon fourth degree in connection with a dispute that resulted in the stabbing of Melvin Murrel, Jr., 45, also of 304 East Ellis Street.
Inmates at the Onondaga County Justice Center can now be assured that any pets they leave behind while incarcerated will be taken care of.