Area Police Blotter: June 11 to 25
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Police blotters from June 11 to 25
DeWitt Chief of Police James Hildmann reports Dewitt Police have arrested a woman for purchasing gift cards with a forged credit card.
Incidents occurred in the Manlius Kohl’s Department store and the Clay Burlington Coat Factory
The Onondaga County Sheriff’s Office is attempting to identify a suspect regarding a forgery incident that occurred at the Burlington Coat Factory in the town of Clay and the Kohl’s Department store in the town of Manlius earlier in June.
A proposal to install a card-activated lift gate at Onondaga Lake Park was revisited at the Liverpool Village Board of Trustees’ June 15 meeting.
Beginning July 1, the Village of North Syracuse Police Department will begin its second annual Crosswalk Crackdown initiative on Route 11 and Chestnut Street, targeting motorists as well as pedestrians violating New York State Vehicle and Traffic Laws dealing with crosswalks.
A routine traffic stop on Albany Street turned into a drug arrest that netted nine different types of narcotics, as well as drug paraphernalia and weapons, by the Cazenovia Village Police Department.
June 4 to 17
Robin and William Lasher, the Fulton couple convicted of abandoning their pets in the frigid Lysander woods in January, were sentenced June 17 in Lysander Town Court. Judge Michael Bryant sentenced the two to 120 hours of community service and three years’ probation, during which time they are not allowed to own or care for any animals.
Police blotter for June 1 to 11
The Cicero Police Department has announced arrests from March 11 to June 8.
At its May 18 meeting, the Liverpool village board of trustees concluded a public hearing about proposed Local Law B to amend the village noise ordinance Under Section 258-6 of the village code.
While Cicero Police Chief Joseph Snell recommended that the town install a stop sign on the northwest corner of Matilda Gage and Asa Eastwood, neighborhood residents said at a June 10 public hearing that they wanted to see more enforcement of speed limits rather than more signage.
Week of May 26 to June 1