The DeWitt Police Department has reported that a woman has been arrested in the town of DeWitt for using credit cards with stolen information.
Recent arrests from the Baldwinsville Police Department:
Recent arrests from the Cicero Police Department:
Dr. Robert Neulander, an obstetrician residing in DeWitt, has been sentenced to 20 years to life in prison for the 2012 murder of his wife Leslie in their home.
Area police blotters Weeks of July 10 to 23
Griffin used $1.2 million in defrauded investors’ money to buy luxury items for himself and wife, SEC says
Federal Securities And Exchange Commission files civil complaint against Cazenovia businessman
One week after Cazenovia businessman James P. Griffin was arrested by the U.S. Attorney’s Office and indicted on a $1.6 million scheme to defraud investors since 2009, he has also been charged by the federal Securities and Exchange Commission for defrauding investors, many of them upstate New York residents, who purchased the companies’ securities and so-called “charitable gift annuities.” According to the SEC’s complaint filed in U.S. district court in Syracuse, the alleged scheme raised at least $8 million from 125 or more investors in shares and promissory notes issued by the companies over more than seven years, starting in 2007.
Cazenovia and New York State police blotters for the week of July 17 to 24
Town of Manlius Police are currently investigating a reported industrial accident that occurred on July 25 at G.P. Bodyworks at 8640 Genesee Turnpike.
James P. Griffin, Cazenovia businessman and CEO of 54Freedom Companies, was recently indicted on a $1.6 million scheme to defraud investors since 2009.
Area police blotters: Week of July 8 to 15
Cazenovia and state police blotters for the week of July 10 to 17
Weeks of June 17 to July 9
Arrests from June 15 to July 9.
Navy vet named Police Officer of the Year by local PBA, Elks
Within the past year, Liverpool Police Officer Gerald E. Unger helped save two lives. Over his six years with the LPD, Unger has consistently earned praise from his superiors for his interrogation skills and for his willingness to take extra steps to solve a case and make arrests. Last month his efforts also earned him two prestigious local awards.
The Cicero Police Department has officially closed its investigation into who leaked to the press the advisory opinion of the Cicero Ethics Board calling Supervisor Jessica Zambrano’s relationship with the town engineer a conflict of interest. After interviewing all parties and following up on all leads, Investigator James Meyers reported he has no suspects and no further leads.