Manlius Police are looking for anyone who has experienced any thefts, tampering or criminal mischief in the past few day to benefit an investigation into a stolen vehicle and arson investigation in the village of Fayetteville.
Manlius Police are looking for help in identifying persons who may have been involved in the burglary of two vehicles from a Merrimac Drive residents in Manlius.
New part-time police officer on tap in village; new assistant court clerk hired
At its Aug. 17 meeting, the Village of Liverpool Board of Trustees heard a request from Police Chief Don Morris to consider hiring a new part-time officer. The candidate is John Linnertz, a retired Syracuse Police detective sergeant.
Shortly after 1:30 a.m. on Friday, Aug. 21, an 18-year-old Mattydale man was walking in the west-bound lane of Second Street in the village, near the 400 block. The teenager, Conner Vittore, was struck by a west-bound 2003 Cadillac Deville driven by 70-year-old Dean Cubic of Liverpool.
Area Police Blotters: Weeks of Aug. 7 to 21
State Police in Lafayette are investigating a two-car crash that occurred Tuesday, Aug. 25, on State Route 20 in the town of Pompey, Onondaga County.
Cazenovia Police Blotter for the week of Aug. 14 to 21
Area police blotters: Week of Aug. 5 to 13
The Cazenovia and New York State police blotters for the week of Aug. 7 to 14
Joyce Mitchell, the woman who confessed to assisting two convicted murderers escape from Clinton Correctional Facility, will still collect a public pension thanks to Albany’s failure to pass a widely supported reform measure. In her retirement years, whether spent in prison or elsewhere, we can rest assured that she’ll be able to cash her pension checks.
Area police blotters: Week of July 25 to Aug. 6
The Town of Manlius Police Department reported they are attempting to identify a suspect who was involved in a larceny that occurred at Mill Run Park in the village of Manlius and later used the card to make purchases.
Cazenovia and state police blotters for the week of July 31 to Aug. 7
Small world, I guess. The last Wednesday in July, I met a man who said his name was B.J. He was hanging out on the fringe of an audience of 300 at the Skiffle Minstrels’ concert at Johnson Park. Attired in grunge fashions – checked shirt, tattered jeans and scuffed cowboy boots — B.J. bummed a cigarette from a bystander and listened quietly to the Western swing tunes like “Fort Worth Jailhouse” — just a tall, lanky loner with a scruffy beard and tattered ball cap.
Area police blotters for DeWitt and Manlius