The Town of Manlius Police Department has announced the arrest of Vincent A. Brush relative to an investigation regarding a male suspect claiming to clean gutters in the town of Manlius.
Area police blotters: Weeks of May 15 to 28
The Manlius Police Department has announced the arrest of four Fayetteville-Manlius high school students, three adults and one juvenile, for the sale of prescription medication.
The Onondaga County Sheriff’s Office reports that an ex-counselor/therapist employed by Crouse Hospital’s Chemical Dependency Treatment Services at Commonwealth Place, has been charged with criminal sex act and endangering the welfare of a physically disabled person.
Baldwinsville PAC-B, the public access cable channel 98 for Time Warner and channel 30 for Verizon FIOS, is available 24 hours a day to provide video and information of local interest. For the convenience of the public, the schedule of the next ten programs is aired on PAC-B TV at 9 AM, noon, 3, 6 and 9 p.m. daily. For anyone that missed a program on TV, many of the programs are available on the Internet. To access the previous videos online, a link is available at pacbtv.org.
Week of April 26 to May 5
More than 30 students from Jamesville-DeWitt high school gathered after school on Thursday, May 7, to listen to and speak with Investigator Randy Andrews from the DeWitt Police Department about how to properly handle interactions with police officers.
Arrests for March 9 to 14.
We’re at the height of prom season, and unfortunately, that means our teens can be at risk for dangerous behavior.
Too often, our community is faced with the tragic loss of a life when people don’t think twice about the severity of a situation or the consequences that could come with it.
On the morning on Wednesday, April 29, the senior class at East Syracuse Minoa High School were brought to the parking lot to witness a very gruesome but realistic scene — the scene of an accident caused by a student who chose to drink and drive.
As a husband and father, hearing stories about incidents of domestic violence truly breaks my heart. No one should have to suffer such abuse. As we take steps to prevent these crimes from happening, we should also fight for the rights of those who have been victimized.
The Keeping Faith Fund of the Animal Alliance of Greater Syracuse has added another local case of animal abuse to four other cruelty cases for which they are seeking information and offering reward money.