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Phyllis E. Jackson, 73

FULTON, NY – Phyllis E. Jackson, 73, of Fulton, died Sunday March 29, 2015, at Oswego Hospital, Oswego, after a brief illness.

She was born in Syracuse, NY, to the late Raymond and Esther (Maloney) Combs.

Mrs. Jackson retired as a manager from K-Mart, Mattydale, NY, after working for 25 years.

She was predeceased by her husband, Neil Jackson; and granddaughter, Christina Elkin.

Mrs. Jackson is survived by her five children: Scott Jackson of Camillus, NY, Tracy (Michael) Elkin of Fulton, Neil Jackson of Cato, NY, Brian Jackson and Lisa (Thomas) Searor both of Fulton; four siblings: Charles (Lois) Maloney and Beverly (Lester) Grome both of Baldwinsville, NY, Shirley (Jack) Whipple of Florida and Thomas (Cindy) Maloney of Auburn, NY; 12 grandchildren, one great-grandchild; and several nieces and nephews.

Funeral services will be held at 5:30 p.m. Thursday at the Sugar Funeral Home, with Deacon Melvin J. Anthony Jr. officiating.

Burial will be held privately.

Calling hours will be conducted Thursday from 4 to 5:30 p.m. at Sugar Funeral Home, 224 W. Second St. S., Fulton.

Patricia A. Grant, 74

FULTON, NY – Patricia A. Grant, 74, of Hannibal, passed away Sunday March 29, 2015, at home.

Mrs. Grant retired in 2003 from Nestles after working for 41 years from 1962 to 2003.

She was predeceased by two infant sons: Kevin and Edward Grant; and two grandsons: Ian Woodridge and Kelsey Devenney.

Mrs. Grant is survived by her husband of 53 years, Gerald Grant of Hannibal; two children: Eric (Lynn Burns) and Heidi (Ronald) Samson; four grandchildren: Jared Grant, Alex Grant, Lauren Samson and Morgan Samson.

A graveside service and burial will be privately held in the spring at Mount Adnah Cemetery, Fulton.

The Sugar Funeral Home, Inc., 224 W. Second St. S., Fulton, has care of the arrangements.

Around Oswego WBUC – Oswego’s Coffee Connection and Cakes Galore

Oswego High School TV production students recently researched local landmarks to highlight the rich history and new businesses that are emerging in the Oswego area. Students interviewed both the owners and patrons at these locations to find out what attracts locals and people from out of town alike to these businesses.  In this week’s episode of “Around Oswego,” WBUC, Marguerite Dillon visited Oswego’s Coffee Connection and Cakes Galore to find out what makes them so unique.  The Coffee Connection helps support our local community by serving deserts from Cakes Galore.  It’s unique interior is like none other and is displaying local artwork from Oswego High School teacher Billie Jo Peterson.  Cakes Galore is now celebrating it’s 25th anniversary of operating in Oswego.

War of 1812: Preparations, Outcomes and Re-Creating Historical Moments

OSWEGO – History lovers, students and professional historians will have the opportunity to learn more about the decades leading up to and following the War of 1812 as well as artistic tips, tricks and techniques for re-creating historic moments at the Oswego International War of 1812 Symposium.

The fifth annual event runs from Friday, April 17 to Sunday April 19 at the Lake Ontario Event and Conference Center, 26 E. First St.

“In Company” – War of 1812 marine artist Dr. Peter Rindlisbacher portrays the majestic ‘line ahead’ formation of the Royal Navy squadron on Lake Ontario in this scene. He will speak at the Oswego International War of 1812 Symposium, scheduled April 17 to 19.  For details, go to http://visitoswegocounty.com/historical-info/war-of-1812/war-of-1812-symposium/

“In Company” – War of 1812 marine artist Dr. Peter Rindlisbacher portrays the majestic ‘line ahead’ formation of the Royal Navy squadron on Lake Ontario in this scene. He will speak at the Oswego International War of 1812 Symposium, scheduled April 17 to 19. For details, go to http://visitoswegocounty.com/historical-info/war-of-1812/war-of-1812-symposium/

“These presenters are coming to Oswego from across the U.S. and Canada to offer a really unique experience for our audience,” said Fort Ontario State Historic Site Superintendent Paul Lear, chairman of the Oswego International War of 1812 Symposium Committee. “They’ve got some fantastic talks lined up, from providing new information about the birth of the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps in the years leading up to the War of 1812, to the effects of the agreements that were made at the end of the war and how it changed the standing of the U.S. around the world. We’ll also see how the images we use to ‘remember’ the war are created from one of our most prominent maritime artists.”

Award-winning maritime historian Walter Lewis makes his debut at the symposium at 2 p.m. on Saturday, April 18. In his presentation, “The Christmas Eve Treaty and the Great Lakes Region,” Lewis probes the consequences of the Treaty of Ghent in the decade following the War of 1812.

Interactions between Americans, British and the First Nations in the Great Lakes region were redefined with this and subsequent agreements as the possibility of a resumption of war was weighed against its costs.

The effects were felt from military infrastructure to land and water boundary negotiations to policy enforcement.

Lewis specializes in the history of the Great Lakes region and co-authored “The River Palace” with Rick Neilson of Kingston, Ontario.

His website, www.maritimehistoryofthegreatlakes.ca, is recognized as one of the best resources for Great Lakes history research.

Lewis won the S.O.S. Marine Heritage Award with Rick Neilson in 2009, was named the 2011 Great Lakes Historian of the Year from the Marine Historical Society of Detroit, and is a two-time recipient of the Henry Barkhausen Award from the Association for Great Lakes Maritime History, winning in both 2011 and 2014.

On Sunday, April 19, Dr. Peter Rindlisbacher opens the symposium at 9:10 a.m. with his talk, “In His Bag of Tricks: Using Photography and Photoshop to Create Historical Art,” in which he explains how he incorporates these modern inventions and technologies to create images with historical accuracy and realism.

Dr. Rindlisbacher works closely with historians and researches primary sources and other materials to portray War of 1812 subjects in many of his works. His presentation includes some of these aids, including maps, models and architectural drawings along with case studies that illustrate how they are employed in the process of re-constructing historical moments.

A self-taught artist and model-maker, Dr. Rindlisbacher’s images have appeared on various book and magazine covers as well as in a number of video productions for The History Channel and National Geographic, to name a few.

Museums, historic sites and the military in the U.S. and Canada have purchased his oil paintings and limited print editions of his work have sold at fundraisers for a variety of heritage groups.

Col. Clayton Nans returns to close the symposium with his presentation, “Give Them Cold Steel! Naval Small Arms of the United States during the War of 1812,” at 11:10 a.m. on Sunday, April 19.

After the sale of the last Continental Navy ship, the Frigate Alliance, in 1785, the U.S. spent the next decade engaging in world trade without the protection of a Navy or Marine Corps on the high seas. Col. Nans addresses the long-overdue and costly venture of creating and outfitting these newly established units in the years preceding the War of 1812.

He also discusses the variety and use of small arms in naval operations, as well as the organization of the Navy, including the logistical challenges it faced and the many innovations it made during the war.

Col. Nans is an amateur naval historian, model shipwright, and retired colonel in the U.S. Marine Corps. He founded the United States Marine Corps World War II and Korean War Assault Amphibian Museum, which won the 1996 Marine Corps Heritage Foundation Magruder Award.

After retiring in 2004, he served as a senior military analyst for the Department of the Army and is now a member of the Nautical Research Guild as well as the U.S. Naval Institute.

The symposium runs from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, April 18 and from 9 a.m. to noon on Sunday, April 19.

Students will present research papers in the second annual student competition to open the symposium at 6 p.m. on Friday, April 17.

Registration for both days is $75 per person or $35 for students with a valid ID.

The registration fee includes Saturday’s lunch, refreshment breaks on Saturday and Sunday and workshop materials.

One-day registration is also available: $50 for Saturday, including lunch or $25 for Sunday.

For students with a valid ID, one day rates are $23 for Saturday, including lunch or $12 for Sunday.

Advance registration is required and may be paid by check or credit card through the Friends of Fort Ontario.

Contact Lear at 315-343-4711 for credit card payments Monday through Friday, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Checks should be made payable to “Friends of Fort Ontario – 1812” and mailed to the Fort Ontario State Historic Site, 1 E. Fourth St., Oswego, NY 13126.

Special room rates for symposium attendees are available at the Best Western Plus Captain’s Quarters Hotel, 26 E. First St., Oswego.

Please call the hotel at 315-342-4040 and mention the Oswego War of 1812 Symposium.

The symposium is sponsored by the Friends of Fort Ontario, Sackets Harbor Battlefield Alliance, Oswego County Tourism Advisory Council, Lake Ontario Event and Conference Center, SUNY Oswego Office of Business Relations, IHeartOswego, the Palladium-Times, H. Lee White Marine Museum, Man in the Moon Candies, Oswego County Today.com, City of Oswego, www.visitoswegony.com, and the Oswego County Department of Community Development, Tourism and Planning.

For a complete schedule and to download a registration form, go to http://visitoswegocounty.com/historical-info/war-of-1812/war-of-1812-symposium/

For more visitor information, go to www.visitoswegocounty.com or contact the Oswego County Tourism Office at 315-349-8322.

Ralph E. Virgo, 68

OSWEGO, NY – Ralph E. Virgo, 68, of Oswego, died Sunday March 29, 2015, at his home with his family at his side.

Ralph E. Virgo

Ralph E. Virgo

Mr. Virgo was born in Oswego, the son of Mary Helen Virgo of Oswego and the late Nicholas Virgo.

He received a Bachelor’s of Art in Sociology, and Educational Psychology from SUNY Oswego; a Master’s of Science Degree from SUNY Binghamton and he was a graduate fellow in Educational Communication at the University of Iowa.

Mr. Virgo worked at Control Data Corp. in Minneapolis, Minn., as an educational programmer and computer trainer.

He was the founder and CEO of Virgo and Associates an innovator of computer-based education and training.

He is survived by his sister, Linda Carter of Oswego; brothers Daniel (Karen) Virgo of Dunkirk, NY, and Michael Virgo of Oswego; and several nieces and nephews.

Calling hours will be Saturday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Sugar & Scanlon Funeral Home, 147 W. Fourth St., Oswego, NY.

Cop Logs: Fulton PD 03/23/2015 – 03/29/2015

FULTON POLICE DEPT. Press Log 03/23/2015 – 03/29/2015
Arrests From 03/23/2015 To 03/29/2015
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Arrest No.: 2015-205 Arrest Date: 03/23/2015 Arrest Time: 09:32
Last: SNYDER First: DAVID Middle/Suffix: PAUL
Address: 316 UTICA ST. Bldg: Apt: UPPER
City: FULTON State: NY Zip: 13069_____
DOB: 03/13/1982 Arresting Officer: GREGORY WEBB

Narrative
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On the 23rd day of March, 2015, at approximately 9:32am, while at Holly
Dr. and E. Broadway in the City of Fulton, County of Oswego, State of New
York, the defendant, David P. Snyder, was arrested for Aggravated
Harassment in the second degree.
It is alleged that on 3/23/15, at approximately 8:35am, while at 316 Utica
St. in the City of Fulton, the defendant did contact the victim by telephone
and did state to the victim, “If you come up here I’ll bash your head in with a
baseball bat” which did place the victim in reasonable fear of physical harm.

Charges
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AGGRAVATED HARASSMENT 2ND

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Arrest No.: 2015-206 Arrest Date: 03/24/2015 Arrest Time: 08:50
Last: SNYDER First: ERIC Middle/Suffix: M
Address: 135 TURTLE ST Bldg: Apt:
City: SYRACUSE State: NY Zip: 13208_____
DOB: 02/25/1985 Arresting Officer: S. BRANDON LANNING

Narrative
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On the 24th day of March, 2015 at approximately 8:50 A.M., while at 141 S.
First St., in the City of Fulton, County of Oswego, State of New York, the said
defendant, Eric M. Snyder was arrested for two counts of Criminal Sexual Act
in the First Degree and Sexual Abuse in the First Degree.
It is alleged that on two separate occasions sometime from July to late
August of 2005, while in the City of Fulton, County of Oswego, State of
New York, the said defendant, Eric M. Snyder, who was twenty years
of age at the time did engage sexual conduct with the victim who was less than
eleven years of age.

Charges
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CRIMINAL SEXUAL ACT 1ST
CRIMINAL SEXUAL ACT 1ST
SEXUAL ABUSE 1ST

______________________________________________________________________________
Arrest No.: 2015-207 Arrest Date: 03/25/2015 Arrest Time: 09:26
Last: BELGE First: ERIC Middle/Suffix: ANTHONY SR.
Address: 1791 MARONEY RD. Bldg: Apt:
City: STERLING State: NY Zip: 13156_____
DOB: 03/15/1975 Arresting Officer: THOMAS PAPPA

Narrative
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On the 25th day of March 2015 at approximately 09:26 A.M. while at 141 S.
First St. the Fulton Police Department in the City of Fulton, County of
Oswego, State of New York, the defendant Eric A. Belge Sr. was arrested on
an Arrest Warrant warrant number F-00307-09/14C, issued by the Lewis
County Family Court and signed by the Honorable Daniel R. King. Said
warrant was issued for the defendant failing to pay restitution.

Charges
——-
WARRANT ARREST – OUTSIDE AGENCY

______________________________________________________________________________
Arrest No.: 2015-208 Arrest Date: 03/26/2015 Arrest Time: 10:50
Last: METCALF First: CARLTON Middle/Suffix: J
Address: 1151 CO RTE 3 LOT 23 Bldg: Apt:
City: HANNIBAL State: NY Zip: 13074_____
DOB: 03/20/1959 Arresting Officer: S. BRANDON LANNING

Narrative
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On the 26th day of March, 2015, at approximately 10:50 A.M., while at 141
S. First St., in the City of Fulton, County of Oswego, State of New York, the
said defendant Carlton J. Metcalf was arrested for Criminal Mischief in the
Fourth Degree.
It is alleged that on the 3rd day of November, 2014, at approximately 4:00
P.M., while at 204 S. Second St., in the City of Fulton, County of Oswego,
State of New York, the said defendant, Carlton J. Metcalf did intentionally
damage the victim’s 2004 Dodge Durango when he punched the driver side
door causing two dents. The estimated damage to said vehicle is approximately $200.00.

Charges
——-
CRIMINAL MISCHIEF 4TH

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Arrest No.: 2015-209 Arrest Date: 03/26/2015 Arrest Time: 10:30
Last: WRIGHT First: MARCUS Middle/Suffix: LEE
Address: 114 DIVISION ST. Bldg: Apt: 2
City: FULTON State: NY Zip: 13069-1768
DOB: 05/09/1970 Arresting Officer: VICTOR KAUFMAN

Narrative
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On the 26th of March, 2015 at approximately 10:30 AM while at E.
Broadway and S. Fourth St. in the City of Fulton, County of Oswego, State of
New York, the defendant, Marcus L. Wright, was arrested for Criminal
Mischief Fourth Degree and Criminal Tampering Third Degree.
It is alleged that on the 26th of March, 2015 at approximately 10:08 AM
while at 114 Division St. the said defendant did intentionally damage a 26″
Mitsubishi television by throwing it onto the floor causing the right side of the
housing to crack and the television further no longer turned on. Said
television is valued at $5.00 and belonged to the victim. It is
further alleged that the defendant did also tamper with the said victim’s
property by tipping over a night stand, television stand and dumping a toy
box out all over the floor of her room.

Charges
——-
CRIMINAL MISCHIEF 4TH
CRIMINAL TAMPERING 3RD

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Arrest No.: 2015-210 Arrest Date: 03/26/2015 Arrest Time: 12:50
Last: GIFFORD First: STEPHEN Middle/Suffix: ISAAC
Address: 710 ERIE ST. Bldg: Apt:
City: FULTON State: NY Zip: 13069_____
DOB: 12/21/1982 Arresting Officer: SOPHIA GRAVES

Narrative
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On March 26, 2015, at approximately 12:50 pm, while at North Sixth
Street and Harrison Street, in the City of Fulton, State of New York, the
defendant, Stephen I. Gifford, was arrested on an arrest warrant, warrant
number 15-213, issued by the City of Fulton Court and signed by the
Honorable Hawthorne. Said warrant was issued for the crime of petit larceny.
It is alleged that on November 9, 2014, at approximately 3:00 pm, while
at 12 West First Street (Price Chopper), in the City of Fulton, State of New
York, the said defendant did steal one bottle of Aleve Liquid Gels by
concealing said item inside of his pants pocket and exiting the store while
making no attempt to pay for said item. Said item had an aggregate value of
$19.99.

Charges
——-
PETIT LARCENY

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Arrest No.: 2015-211 Arrest Date: 03/26/2015 Arrest Time: 15:45
Last: KENNEDY First: RAYCHEL Middle/Suffix: L
Address: 258 S. THIRD ST. Bldg: Apt: LEFT
City: FULTON State: NY Zip: 13069-1768
DOB: 01/29/1986 Arresting Officer: GREGORY WEBB

Narrative
——-

On the 26th day of March, 2015, at approximately 3:45pm, while at 258 S.
Third St., in the City of Fulton, County of Oswego, State of New York, the
defendant, Raychel L. Kennedy, was arrested on a Bench Warrant issued by
the City of Fulton Court on 3/26/15 for the defendant having failed to
participate in a court-ordered program(s) and/or service(s).

Charges
——-
BENCH WARRANT ARREST

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Arrest No.: 2015-212 Arrest Date: 03/26/2015 Arrest Time: 20:16
Last: ALLEN First: CHRISTOPHER Middle/Suffix: P
Address: 402 W. FIRST ST. S. Bldg: Apt: 3
City: FULTON State: NY Zip: 13069_____
DOB: 03/23/1975 Arresting Officer: JOLI MCGRATH

Narrative
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On the 26th day of March 2015, at approximately 8:16P.M., while at S. First
St. at Fay St., in the City of Fulton, County of Oswego, State of New York,
the defendant, Christopher P. Allen, was arrested for Criminal Mischief
Fourth Degree.
It is alleged that on the 26th day of March 2015, at approximately
8:14P.M., while at 579 S. First St., in the City of Fulton, County of Oswego,
State of New York, the defendant, Christopher P. Allen, while fleeing a
uniformed police offcer, did damage a wooden fence belonging to the victim,
Frances Lafrate, by climbing over it and causing a wooden panel to break.
The victim valued the damage to the fence at $100.00.

Charges
——-
CRIMINAL MISCHIEF 4TH

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Arrest No.: 2015-213 Arrest Date: 03/27/2015 Arrest Time: 11:05
Last: HERSCHLAG First: RYAN Middle/Suffix: LYNDON
Address: 116 BEECH ST Bldg: Apt: 3
City: FULTON State: NY Zip: 13069-1768
DOB: 12/29/1994 Arresting Officer: BRANDON HARRIS

Narrative
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On the 27th day of March, 2015, at 11:05am while at 116 Beech St. Apt. #3
in the City of Fulton, State of New York, Ryan L. Herschlag was arrested for
criminal contempt in the second degree.
It is alleged that on the above mentioned date and location at approximately
11:00am the said defendant, Ryan Herschlag, did violate a duly served stay
away order of protection, issued through the City of Fulton Court on February
18th, 2015 and endorsed by Honorable Jerome Mirabito. The defendant did
violate said order by being in the presence of the protected party.

Charges
——-
CRIMINAL CONTEMPT 2ND

______________________________________________________________________________
Arrest No.: 2015-214 Arrest Date: 03/27/2015 Arrest Time: 22:36
Last: BOYCE First: JOHNATHAN Middle/Suffix: JACOB
Address: 517 S. FIRST ST. Bldg: Apt:
City: FULTON State: NY Zip: 13069_____
DOB: 02/28/1975 Arresting Officer: GREGORY WEBB

Narrative
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On the 27th day of March, 2015, at approximately 10:36pm, while in the
800 block of Hannibal St., in the City of Fulton, County of Oswego, State of
New York, the defendant, Johnathan J. Boyce was arrested on an active
Arrest Warrant issued by the City of Fulton court on 3/12/15 for failing to
appear for arraignment on the charge of Petit Larceny.

Charges
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ARREST WARRANT

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Arrest No.: 2015-216 Arrest Date: 03/29/2015 Arrest Time: 18:40
Last: KIMBALL First: ROBERT Middle/Suffix: HARVEY III
Address: 706 W. BROADWAY Bldg: Apt:
City: FULTON State: NY Zip: 13069_____
DOB: 03/08/1988 Arresting Officer: JARRETT MARINO

Narrative
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On the 29TH day of March, 2015, at approximately 6:40PM, while at 141 S.
First St., in the City of Fulton, County of Oswego, State of New York, the
defendant, Robert H. Kimball III, was arrested for Burglary in the second
degree and Petit Larceny.
It is alleged that on the 5TH day of March, 2015, while at a West Side residence
in the City of Fulton, the defendant did commit the offense of burglary
in the second degree by entering a dwelling unlawfully with the intent to steal
money from the victims and did steal a green camo glass jar
and a hershey syrup bottle coin bank containing approximately $400.00 in
U.S. currency in total.

Charges
——-
BURGLARY 2ND
PETIT LARCENY

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Arrest No.: 2015-217 Arrest Date: 03/29/2015 Arrest Time: 18:40
Last: KIMBALL First: ROBERT Middle/Suffix: HARVEY III
Address: 706 W. BROADWAY Bldg: Apt:
City: FULTON State: NY Zip: 13069_____
DOB: 03/08/1988 Arresting Officer: JARRETT MARINO

Narrative
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On the 29TH day of March, at approximately 6:40PM, while at 141 S. First
St., in the City of Fulton, County of Oswego, State of New York, the
defendant, Robert H. Kimball III, was arrested for Burglary in the second
degree and Grand Larceny in the fourth degree.
It is alleged that on the 10TH day of March, 2015, while at a West Side residence
in the City of Fulton, the defendant did commit the offense of burglary
in the second degree by entering a dwelling unlawfully with the intent to steal
jewelry and money from the victims and did steal a gold colored ring with three
diamonds, gold charm necklace with a purple heart stone, gold colored ring with
seven diamonds, gold ring with a heart shaped diamond, a diamond tennis bracelet
and sixty three dollars in U.S. currency having an aggregate value of $1,963.00.

Charges
——-
BURGLARY 2ND
GRAND LARCENY 4TH

______________________________________________________________________________
Arrest No.: 2015-218 Arrest Date: 03/29/2015 Arrest Time: 18:40
Last: KIMBALL First: ROBERT Middle/Suffix: HARVEY III
Address: 706 W. BROADWAY Bldg: Apt:
City: FULTON State: NY Zip: 13069_____
DOB: 03/08/1988 Arresting Officer: JARRETT MARINO

Narrative
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On the 29TH day of March, 2015, at approximately 6:40PM, while at 141 S.
First St., in the City of Fulton, County of Oswego, State of New York, the
defendant, Robert H. Kimball III, was arrested for Petit Larceny.
It is alleged that on the 22ND day of March, 2015, at approximately
10:43PM, while at a West Side residence in the City of Fulton, the defendant did
steal a 24 foot fiber glass extension ladder valued at $250.00 and belonging
to the victimy.

Charges
——-
PETIT LARCENY

Cop Logs: Fulton PD 03/09/2015 – 03/15/2015

FULTON POLICE DEPT. Press Log 03/09/2015 – 03/15/2015
Arrests From 03/09/2015 To 03/15/2015
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Arrest No.: 2015-170 Arrest Date: 03/09/2015 Arrest Time: 10:25
Last: BRONNER First: FRANCIS Middle/Suffix: L
Address: 87 E. BRIDGE ST. Bldg: Apt: 3
City: OSWEGO State: NY Zip: 13126_____
DOB: 07/25/1964 Arresting Officer: THOMAS YAWGER

Narrative
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On 03/09/2015, at approximately 10:25 in the A.M, while at 141 S. First St.
the Fulton Police Department, the defendant, Francis L.Bronner, was served
a criminal summons for criminal possession of stolen property in the fifth
degree.
It is alleged that on 01/26/2015, the said defendant, did possess a
Samsung Galaxy S5 cellular phone, valued at $701.14, while knowing that
said phone was stolen. The said defendant did then sell said phone at Pawn
Boss second hand dealer store for an amount of $80.00 with the intent of
benefiting himself, and thus impeding the recovery of said phone by it’s
owner.

Charges
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CRIMINAL POSSESSION OF STOLEN PROPERTY 5TH

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Arrest No.: 2015-171 Arrest Date: 03/09/2015 Arrest Time: 15:48
Last: SPANAGEL First: DANNIEL Middle/Suffix: SCOTT
Address: 551 ONEIDA RIVER RD. Bldg: Apt:
City: PHOENIX State: NY Zip: 13132_____
DOB: 05/15/1993 Arresting Officer: KEVIN G. BROWN

Narrative
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It is alleged that on 03/09/2015 at 3:48 pm, while in the parking lot of
Fastrac, located at 260 S. Second St., the defendant, Danniel S. Spanagel,
did operate a 2005 Ford Pick Up. The said defendant was involved in a motor
vehicle accident in the parking lot while having a suspended driver’s license.

Charges
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AGGRAVATED UNLICENSED OPERATOR 3RD

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Arrest No.: 2015-172 Arrest Date: 03/12/2015 Arrest Time: 01:08
Last: OSBORN First: NICHOLAS Middle/Suffix: TODD
Address: 11 S. TWELFTH ST. Bldg: Apt:
City: FULTON State: NY Zip: 130691768_
DOB: 10/17/1995 Arresting Officer: JARRETT MARINO

Narrative
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On the 12TH day of March, 2015, at approximately 1:08AM, while on S.
Eleventh St. near Utica St., in the City of Fulton, County of Oswego, State of
New York, the defendant, Nicholas T. Osborn, was arrested for Possession
of Open Container Under 21.
On the above mentioned date, time, and location the defendant did
possess one open twelve fluid ounce Busch beer can, which did contain a
liquid similar to the odor and appearance of beer, with the intent to consume
the same while on a public street and while being under the age of 21.

Charges
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OPEN CONTAINER – UNDER 21

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Arrest No.: 2015-173 Arrest Date: 03/12/2015 Arrest Time: 08:20
Last: KERFIEN First: ALICIA Middle/Suffix: ROSE
Address: 568 W. FOURTH ST. S. Bldg: Apt:
City: FULTON State: NY Zip: 13069_____
DOB: 08/17/1973 Arresting Officer: LUCAS H. HOLLENBECK

Narrative
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On 03/12/15 at about 8:20 AM, while at the City of Fulton Police
Department, located at 141 S. First St., in the City of Fulton, County of
Oswego, State of New York, the said defendant, Alicia R. Kerfien, was
arrested for the offense of falsely reporting an incident in the third degree.
It is alleged that on 01/01/15 at about 1:01 AM, while at 568 W. Fourth St.
S., in the City of Fulton, County of Oswego, State of New York, the said
defendant, knowing the information reported, conveyed or circulated to be
false or baseless, she gratuitously reported to police an alleged occurrence
of a crime, which did not in fact occur. To wit: the defendant reported to
police that she was injured by her estranged husband in violation of an order
of protection, when in fact, that did not occur.

Charges
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FALSELY REPORTING AN INCIDENT 3RD

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Arrest No.: 2015-174 Arrest Date: 03/12/2015 Arrest Time: 13:25
Last: VICKERY First: DEREK Middle/Suffix: SCOTT
Address: 213 W. SECOND ST. S. Bldg: Apt: 6
City: FULTON State: NY Zip: 13069_____
DOB: 08/23/1987 Arresting Officer: RICK N. HAHN

Narrative
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On 03/12/2015 at about 1:25 pm, while at 141 S First St. in the City of Fulton,
County of Oswego, the above defendant Derek S Vickery was arrested for
Assault in the second degree, criminal possession of a weapon in the third
degree, 2 counts, criminal mischief in the fourth degree 2 counts, and
menacing in the second degree.

It is alleged that on the above date, time and place, the defendant did engage
in a physical domestic with the victim and did intentionally break a Kyocera
flip phone valued at 20.00 dollars and did intentionally break a ceramic wine
glass also valued at 20.00 dollars. The defendant intentionally placed the victim
in reasonable fear of physical injury by throwing a dangerous instrument, an electric
space heater at the victim, striking the victim in the head. The defendant then picked
up a red kitchen broom and intentionally pushed it into the face of the victim striking
the victim in the mouth causing a front teeth to be knocked out. The defendant has been
previously convicted of assault third on June 10th, 2014 in the town of
Lysander.

Charges
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CRIMINAL POSSESSION OF A WEAPON 3RD (2 Counts)
ASSAULT 2ND
CRIMINAL MISCHIEF 4TH (2 Counts)
MENACING 2ND

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Arrest No.: 2015-175 Arrest Date: 03/12/2015 Arrest Time: 14:20
Last: WALTS First: CASSANDRA Middle/Suffix: MARIE
Address: 213 W. SECOND ST. Bldg: Apt: 6
City: FULTON State: NY Zip: 13069-1768
DOB: 02/16/1996 Arresting Officer: RICK N. HAHN

Narrative
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On the 12th day of March 2015, at approximately 2:20 PM, while at 141 S.
First St., City of Fulton, County of Oswego, State of New York, the
defendant, Cassandra M. Walts was arrested for Menacing in the Second
Degree and Criminal Possession of a weapon in the Fourth Degree.
It is alleged that on the above stated date, at approximately 12:00 PM, while
at 213 W. Second St. apartment 6, in the City of Fulton, the said defendant
did during a domestic dispute, commit the crime of Menacing in the Second
Degree and Criminal Possession of a Weapon in the Fourth Degree by
intentionally throwing a black and red space heater at the victim
placing the victim in fear of physical injury.

Charges
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MENACING 2ND
CRIMINAL POSSESSION OF A WEAPON 4TH

______________________________________________________________________________
Arrest No.: 2015-176 Arrest Date: 03/12/2015 Arrest Time: 16:55
Last: AVERY First: NICOLE Middle/Suffix: AMBER
Address: 508 CAYUGA ST. Bldg: Apt:
City: FULTON State: NY Zip: 13069_____
DOB: 07/29/1986 Arresting Officer: GREGORY WEBB

Narrative
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On the 12th day of March, 2015, at approximately 4:55pm, while at 508
Cayuga St. in the City of Fulton, County of Oswego, State of New York, the
defendant Nicole A. Avery, was arrested for three counts of Endangering the
Welfare of a Child.
It is alleged that on the above mentioned date, at approximately 4:30PM,
while at the above location, the defendant did knowingly act in a manner
likely to be injurious to the physical, mental, and moral welfare of a child less
than seventeen years old. The said defendant Nicole A. Avery did engage in
a physical domestic dispute involving punches being thrown, within close
proximity to three children, all under the age of seventeen.

Charges
——-
ENDANGERING THE WELFARE OF A CHILD (3 Counts)

______________________________________________________________________________
Arrest No.: 2015-177 Arrest Date: 03/12/2015 Arrest Time: 16:55
Last: AVERY First: BRET Middle/Suffix: L
Address: 508 CAYUGA ST. Bldg: Apt:
City: FULTON State: NY Zip: 130691768_
DOB: 11/15/1958 Arresting Officer: GREGORY WEBB

Narrative
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On the 12TH day of March, 2015, at approximately 4:55PM, while at 508
Cayuga St., in the City of Fulton, County of Oswego, State of New York, the
defendant, Bret L. Avery, was arrested for three counts of Endangering the
Welfare of a Child.
It is alleged that on the above mentioned date, at approximately 4:30PM,
while at the above location, the defendant did knowingly act in a manner
likely to be injurious to the physical, mental, and moral welfare of a child less
than seventeen years old. The said defendant Bret L. Avery did engage in a
physical domestic dispute involving punches being thrown, within close
proximity to three children, all under the age of seventeen.

Charges
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ENDANGERING THE WELFARE OF A CHILD (3 Counts)

______________________________________________________________________________
Arrest No.: 2015-178 Arrest Date: 03/13/2015 Arrest Time: 10:00
Last: PATTERSON First: MATTHEW Middle/Suffix: KEVIN
Address: 2917 GRAND CONCOURSE Bldg: Apt:
City: BRONX State: NY Zip: 10468_____
DOB: 01/05/1990 Arresting Officer: RICK N. HAHN

Narrative
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On the 13th day of March 2015, at approximately 10:00 AM, while at 141 S.
First St. in the City of Fulton, County of Oswego, State of New York, the
defendant, Matthew K. Patterson was arrested on an Arrest Warrant issued
by the City of Fulton Court and signed by Hon. Hawthorne on 03/11/15 for
failing to appear as ordered.

Charges
——-
ARREST WARRANT

______________________________________________________________________________
Arrest No.: 2015-179 Arrest Date: 03/13/2015 Arrest Time: 15:45
Last: HALL First: SETH Middle/Suffix: RYLAN
Address: 824 HANNIBAL ST Bldg: Apt:
City: FULTON State: NY Zip: 13069_____
DOB: 06/20/1985 Arresting Officer: RICK N. HAHN

Narrative
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On the 13th day of March 2015, at approximately 3:45 PM, while at 157 S.
Second St. in the City of Fulton, County of Oswego, State of New York, the
defendant, Seth Hall was arrested for Criminal Contempt in the Second
Degree.
It is alleged that on the 12th day of March 2015, at approximately 8:26 AM,
while at 110 W. Third St. N. in the City of Fulton, County of Oswego, State of
New York, the said defendant, did commit the crime of Criminal Contempt in
the Second Degree by intentionally disobeying a duly served stay away order
of protection, order number 2014-10843, issued by the City of Fulton Court
and signed by Hon. Hawthorne on 11/09/2014. To Witt; The said defendant
did engage in a verbal domestic dispute with the protected party while at the
the victim’s residence.

Charges
——-
CRIMINAL CONTEMPT 2ND

______________________________________________________________________________
Arrest No.: 2015-180 Arrest Date: 03/14/2015 Arrest Time: 21:45
Last: CATHCART First: MARKEE Middle/Suffix: L
Address: HOMELESS Bldg: Apt:
City: FULTON State: NY Zip: 13069-1768
DOB: 02/16/1996 Arresting Officer: JOLI MCGRATH

Narrative
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On March 14, 2015, at approximately 9:45P.M., while at 8 N. Fourth St., in
the City of Fulton, County of Oswego, State of New York, the defendant,
Markee L. Cathcart, was arrested on a Bench Warrant issued out of the City
of Oswego Court on January 15, 2015.

Charges
——-
BENCH WARRANT ARREST

______________________________________________________________________________
Arrest No.: 2015-181 Arrest Date: 03/15/2015 Arrest Time: 01:12
Last: SHOULTS First: DAVID Middle/Suffix: LEE JR
Address: 294 STONEY ROBBY RD Bldg: Apt:
City: OSWEGO State: NY Zip: 13126_____
DOB: 09/01/1984 Arresting Officer: JEFF MARGREY

Narrative
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On 03/15/2015 at about 1:12 AM while at 124 N First St., the Wag Inn bar, in
the City of Fulton, County of Oswego, the said defendant, David L Shoults Jr.
was arrested for Criminal possession of marihuana in the fifth degree and
unlawful possession of marihuana.

It is alleged that on the above date, time and place the defendant was in
possession of a mason jar which was filled with a green leafy substance that
had the look and odor of marihuana. The marihuana had an aggregate
weight of 44.41 grams. The defendant was also in possession of a green
ceramic pipe used to commonly smoke marihuana. Said pipe contained burnt
marihuana residue.

Charges
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UNLAWFUL POSSESSION OF MARIHUANA
CRIMINAL POSSESSION OF MARIHUANA 5TH

______________________________________________________________________________
Arrest No.: 2015-182 Arrest Date: 03/15/2015 Arrest Time: 16:45
Last: MUNGER First: JOSEPH Middle/Suffix: RENATO
Address: 557 S. FIRST ST. Bldg: Apt:
City: FULTON State: NY Zip: 13069-1768
DOB: 07/06/1967 Arresting Officer: LUCAS H. HOLLENBECK

Narrative
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On 03/15/15 at about 4:45 PM while at 110 E. Broadway, in the City of
Fulton, County of Oswego, State of New York, the said defendant, Joseph R.
Munger, was arrested for three counts of aggravated unlicensed operation of
a vehicle in the second degree, and one count of unlicensed operation.
It is alleged that on 03/15/15 at about 4:37 PM, while in the 100 block of
E. Broadway, in the City of Fulton, County of Oswego, State of New York, the
said defendant operated a 1995 Pontiac, color red while knowing or having reason
to know, that he had no New York State driver’s license, and his privilege to operate a motor
vehicle was suspended and/or revoked for several reasons, including having
5 scoffs on 3 different dates, for failing to submit to a chemical test, and for
being previously convicted of an aggravated unlicensed operation in the third
degree, within the preceding 18 months.

Charges
——-
AGGRAVATED UNLICENSED OPERATOR
AGGRAVATED UNLICENSED OPERATOR
AGGRAVATED UNLICENSED OPERATOR
UNLICENSED OPERATOR MV

Cop Logs: Fulton PD 03/02/2015 – 03/08/2015

FULTON POLICE DEPT. Press Log 03/02/2015 – 03/08/2015
Arrests From 03/02/2015 To 03/08/2015
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Arrest No.: 2015-152 Arrest Date: 03/02/2015 Arrest Time: 19:12
Last: LACKEY First: ANGEL Middle/Suffix: M
Address: 315 E. BROADWAY Bldg: Apt: 2
City: FULTON State: NY Zip: 13069_____
DOB: 12/13/1979 Arresting Officer: JARRETT MARINO

Narrative
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On the 2ND day of March, 2015, at approximately 7:12PM, while in the 100
block of Division St., in the City of Fulton, County of Oswego, State of New
York, the defendant, Angel M. Lackey, was arrested for Disorderly Conduct,
Resisting Arrest, and two counts of Harassment in the second degree.
On the above mentioned date, time, and location, the defendant did yell in a
loud voice the phrase “!@#$ you” and other vulgarities while standing on a
public roadway and in the presence of uniformed Police Officers who had
responded to a trespass complaint. Said actions of the defendant did draw
the attention of two uninvolved citizens who were gathered outside during the
incident. Furthermore the defendant did intentionally prevent an authorized
arrest of herself. The defendant did intentionally stiffen and pull her right arm
away from a uniformed Police Officer to prevent being handcuffed after she
was told that she was under arrest. Said Officer had to force the defendant
face down onto the ground to effect such arrest.
Furthermore at approximately 8:10PM while at 141 S. First St., Fulton
Police Department, the defendant did intentionally swing a closed fist at a
uniformed police officer while being transported from the booking room to a
holding cell. The defendant did then intentionally spit saliva through the bars
of the cell block which did land on the back of a second uniformed
Police Officer. Said actions of the defendant did harass, annoy, and alarm
both officers.
Furthermore between 8:10 PM and 9:00 PM, while in the female cell and
having no right to do so, the said defendant did intentionally urinate on the
floor. The said actions of the defendant did cause substantial inconvenience
to the janitorial staff of the building who are forced to clean the cell area.

Charges
——-
DISORDERLY CONDUCT
RESISTING ARREST
HARASSMENT 2ND (2 Counts)
CRIMINAL TAMPERING 3RD

______________________________________________________________________________
Arrest No.: 2015-154 Arrest Date: 03/03/2015 Arrest Time: 05:25
Last: BROWNRIGG First: JEREMIE Middle/Suffix: JOHN
Address: 411 DONAGLE DR Bldg: Apt:
City: UTICA State: NY Zip: 13501_____
DOB: 01/24/1979 Arresting Officer: RALPH W. MCCANN JR.

Narrative
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The defendant was arrested on an arrest warrant for Harassment in the
second degree on March 3, 2015 at about 5:25am, while at 39 Churchill Rd,
the Oswego County Jail.
It is alleged that on August 24, 2014 at about 10:30pm, while at 200
Hannibal St. Fulton , NY the defendant did yell loudly at the victim and spit on
her face and hair. The said actions by the defendant did cause the victim,
Honnelee Gibbs to feel afraid and annoyed.

Charges
——-
HARASSMENT 2ND

______________________________________________________________________________
Arrest No.: 2015-156 Arrest Date: 03/02/2015 Arrest Time: 11:15
Last: HORN First: EARL Middle/Suffix: THOMAS
Address: 828 HOLLY DR. Bldg: Apt: B-14
City: FULTON State: NY Zip: 13069_____
DOB: 03/20/1983 Arresting Officer: THOMAS YAWGER

Narrative
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On 03/02/2015, at approximately 11:15 in the Am., while at 12 W. First St.
S., the defendant, Earl T. Horn, was arrested for the offense of Petit Larceny.
It is alleged that on 02/23/2015, at approximately 10:42 in the Pm, while at
1013 emery St., Byrne Dairy, the said defendant did steal; one block of Byrne
Dairy cheese valued at $3.19, two Budlight Platinum beers valued at $1.04
each, and two Jonny Appleseed beers valued at $0.99 each. The said
defendant did conceal said items in his pockets and then leave the store
without paying, or making any attempt to pay for said items.

Charges
——-
PETIT LARCENY

______________________________________________________________________________
Arrest No.: 2015-157 Arrest Date: 03/02/2015 Arrest Time: 11:15
Last: HORN First: EARL Middle/Suffix: THOMAS
Address: 828 HOLLY DR. Bldg: Apt: B-14
City: FULTON State: NY Zip: 13069_____
DOB: 03/20/1983 Arresting Officer: THOMAS YAWGER

Narrative
——-

On 03/02/2015, at approximately 11:15 in the Am, while at 12 W. First St.
S., the defendant, Earl T. Horn, was arrested for the offense of petit larceny.
It is alleged, that on 02/25/2015, at approximately 1:00 in the Am, while at
1013 Emery St., Byrne Dairy, the defendant did steal six Budlight Platinum
beers valued at $1.04 each. The said defendant did conceal said items in his
pockets and leave the store without paying or making any attempt to pay for
said items.

Charges
——-
PETIT LARCENY

______________________________________________________________________________
Arrest No.: 2015-158 Arrest Date: 03/05/2015 Arrest Time: 00:22
Last: OUDERKIRK First: BRANDON Middle/Suffix: RED
Address: 418 SENECA ST. Bldg: Apt:
City: FULTON State: NY Zip: 13069_____
DOB: 06/04/1985 Arresting Officer: VICTOR KAUFMAN

Narrative
——-

On 3/5/15 at about 12:22 am, while at 102 W. Second St., Brandon Ouderkirk
was taken into custody on a NYS Parole Warrant.

Charges
——-
WARRANT ARREST – OUTSIDE AGENCY

______________________________________________________________________________
Arrest No.: 2015-159 Arrest Date: 03/05/2015 Arrest Time: 08:50
Last: SWINSON First: JORDAN Middle/Suffix: DEION
Address: 685 W. FOURTH ST. S. Bldg: Apt:
City: FULTON State: NY Zip: 13069_____
DOB: 12/04/1998 Arresting Officer: GREGORY WEBB

Narrative
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On the 5th day of March 2015, at approximately 8:50 am, while at 141 S.
First St., in the City of Fulton, County of Oswego, State of New York, the
defendant, Jordan D. Swinson, was arrested on a Arrest Warrant issued by
the City of Fulton court on 2/13/2015 for the crimes of Forcible Touching and
Endangering the Welfare of a Child.
It is alleged that between December 2014 and January 2015, at various
times, while in the City of Fulton, the defendant did intentionally on numerous
occasions, and for no legitimate purpose, forcibly touch the intimate parts of the
victim who was less than seventeen years of age. Said actions by the defendant
were likely to be injurious to the physical, mental or moral welfare of the victim.

Charges
——-
FORCIBLE TOUCHING
ENDANGERING THE WELFARE OF A CHILD

______________________________________________________________________________
Arrest No.: 2015-162 Arrest Date: 03/06/2015 Arrest Time: 01:22
Last: SANCHEZ First: SOLANO Middle/Suffix: HESUS LAYSEAN
Address: 7 GLEN DR Bldg: Apt:
City: FULTON State: NY Zip: 13069-1768
DOB: 08/19/1995 Arresting Officer: JEREMY ALGARIN

Narrative
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On the 6th day of March 2015 at 1:20 a.m. while at S. Second St and Fay
St. in the City of Fulton, County of Oswego, State of New York, the
defendant, Solano HL Sanchez was arrested for Possession of Open
Container under 21.
The defendant did possess one open 12 oz. can of Budweiser while walking
in the road, holding the beer in his right hand. The defendant did contain the
alcoholic beverage while being under the age of 21.

Charges
——-
OPEN CONTAINER – UNDER 21

______________________________________________________________________________
Arrest No.: 2015-163 Arrest Date: 03/06/2015 Arrest Time: 14:25
Last: HAMILTON First: ADAM Middle/Suffix: MATTHEW
Address: 146 E 5TH ST Bldg: F Apt: LOT 17
City: OSWEGO State: NY Zip: 13126_____
DOB: 03/19/1991 Arresting Officer: GREGORY WEBB

Narrative
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On the 6th day of March 2015, at approximately 2:25pm, while on Gansvoort
St. near W. Sixth St. N., in the City of Fulton, County of Oswego, State of
New York, the defendant, Adam Hamilton, was arrested on a Bench Warrant
issued by the City of Fulton court on 10/29/2014 for the defendant having
failed to appear as ordered.

Charges
——-
BENCH WARRANT ARREST

______________________________________________________________________________
Arrest No.: 2015-166 Arrest Date: 03/07/2015 Arrest Time: 11:00
Last: BURGHART First: NORMAN Middle/Suffix: FAY JR
Address: 369 W. THIRD ST. S. Bldg: Apt: 2
City: FULTON State: NY Zip: 13069-1768
DOB: 06/11/1960 Arresting Officer: GREGORY WEBB

Narrative
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On the 7th day of March, 2015, at approximately 11:00AM, while at 141 S.
First St., in the City of Fulton, County of Oswego, State of New York, the
defendant, Norman F. Burghart Jr., was arrested for Endangering the
Welfare of a Child, Criminal Obstruction of Breathing or Blood Circulation,
and Harassment in the Second Degree.
It is alleged that on the 4th day of March, 2015, between 5:00pm and
8:00pm, while at a residence in the City of Fulton, the defendant did grab the
victim, who was under the age of 17, by the shirt subjecting the victim to
physical contact. Furthermore the defendant did then wrap his right arm
around the front of the victim’s neck while applying pressure causing the
victim to be unable to breathe. Said actions of the defendant were likely to be
injurious to the physical, mental or moral welfare of a child under the age of
seventeen.

Charges
——-
ENDANGERING THE WELFARE OF A CHILD
CRIM OBSTRUCTION OF BREATHING/BLOOD CIRCULATION
HARASSMENT 2ND

______________________________________________________________________________
Arrest No.: 2015-167 Arrest Date: 03/07/2015 Arrest Time: 14:32
Last: AVERY First: NICOLE Middle/Suffix: AMBER
Address: 508 CAYUGA ST. Bldg: Apt:
City: FULTON State: NY Zip: 13069_____
DOB: 07/29/1986 Arresting Officer: GREGORY WEBB

Narrative
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On the 7th day of March, 2015, at approximately 2:32pm, while in the 100
block of Oneida St., in the City of Fulton, County of Oswego, State of New
York, the defendant, Nicole A. Avery, was arrested on a Bench Warrant
issued by the City of Fulton Court on 01/29/2015 for having been ordered to
pay fines, fees and surcharges in the amount of $170.00 and failed to do so.

Charges
——-
BENCH WARRANT ARREST

______________________________________________________________________________
Arrest No.: 2015-168 Arrest Date: 03/08/2015 Arrest Time: 08:49
Last: HOYT First: WILLIAM Middle/Suffix: A SR.
Address: 369 W. THIRD ST. S. APT. #2 Bldg: Apt: 2
City: FULTON State: NY Zip: 13069_____
DOB: 03/15/1968 Arresting Officer: GREGORY WEBB

Narrative
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On the 8th day of March, 2015, at approximately 8:49am, while at 369 W.
Third St. S., in the City of Fulton, County of Oswego, State of New York, the
defendant, William A. Hoyt Sr., was arrested for Endangering the Welfare of
a Child.
It is alleged that between December 2014 and March 2015, while at a
residence in the City of Fulton, the defendant, William A. Hoyt Sr., did while being
the parent of a child under the age of 17 did allow said child to
become an abused child. On approximately three occasions the victim had
been subjected to excessive physical discipline by a second unrelated adult
in the household. The defendant did not stop, prevent, or make proper
notification when being aware that said acts occurred against the child. Said
acts caused the victim to sustain minor injury which had been reported to
Child Protective Services.

Charges
——-
ENDANGERING THE WELFARE OF A CHILD

______________________________________________________________________________
Arrest No.: 2015-169 Arrest Date: 03/08/2015 Arrest Time: 09:30
Last: MONTEITH First: AMY Middle/Suffix: LUCILLE
Address: 369 W. THIRD ST. S. Bldg: Apt: 2
City: FULTON State: NY Zip: 13069_____
DOB: 04/05/1974 Arresting Officer: GREGORY WEBB

Narrative
——-

On the 8th day of March, 2015, at approximately 9:30am, while at 141 S.
First St., City of Fulton, County of Oswego, State of New York, the
defendant, Amy L. Monteith, was arrested for Endangering the Welfare of a
Child.
It is alleged that between December 2014 and March 2015, while at a
residence in the City of Fulton, the defendant Amy L. Monteith did, while being a
person reasonably responsible for a child under the age of 17, did
allow said victim to become an abused child. On approximately three
occasions the victim had been subjected to excessive physical discipline by a
second unrelated adult in the household. The defendant did not stop,
prevent, or make proper notification when being aware that said acts
occurred against the child. Said acts caused the victim to sustain minor injury
which had been reported to Child Protective Services.

Charges
——-
ENDANGERING THE WELFARE OF A CHILD

Pulaski Historical Society To Host Brown Bag Lunch

PULASKI, NY – The members of the Pulaski Historical Society invites you to join them for something different for lunch one day a month.

On April 8, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:15 p.m., you are invited to bring your lunch (or pick up some take-out at a local eatery) and come join them at the Carriage House at the Pulaski Historical Society.

Take time to talk with your coworkers and neighbors and perhaps make new friends.

Coffee, tea, water or soda will be provided.

For the April Brown Bag Lunch, the presentation of Pulaski history will focus on artist and poet Metelill Huntington and “The Sycamore.”

Mary Lou Morrow, museum curator, will make the presentation.

The Pulaski Historical Society is located at 3428 Maple Ave., across from Cole Muffler/Brake in the village.

For more information,  call 298-4650, or e-mail phspulaski@aol.com.

A Special Salute To Those Who Served

By Senator Patty  Ritchie
It’s one of the most iconic images of World War II, a group of five United States Marines and a United States Navy corpsman, raising the  American flag atop Mount Suribachi on the Japanese island of Iwo Jima.

This month, dozens of United States veterans made the journey back to that same island, marking the 70th anniversary of one of the most iconic battles of World War II.

These veterans represented the roughly 70,000 U.S. troops who took part in the 36-day battle, which is considered one of the bloodiest in history.

The stories of struggle and bravery during the Battle of Iwo Jima serve as examples of the selfless service exhibited by so many of our nation’s veterans.

In an effort to honor the service of these veterans, and so many more, I’m once again calling on people to nominate those who have served to the New York State Senate’s “Veterans’ Hall of Fame.”

This special program aims to honor and recognize outstanding veterans from the Empire State who have distinguished themselves both in military and civilian life.

Throughout the past several years, I’ve had the privilege of inducting dozens of men and women who have gone to amazing lengths to protect our freedom into the hall of fame.

What’s just as amazing, is the fact that after serving, so many of the honorees continue to give back, working each and every day to make a difference in our region.

If you know a veteran who has gone above and beyond to serve their country and their community, I urge you to nominate them for this special honor.

Friends, family members, comrades-in-arms and community leaders residing in the 48th Senate District, which includes Jefferson, Oswego and parts of St. Lawrence County, are invited to make nominations.

Veterans being nominated must reside within the 48th Senate District.

To download a nomination form, please visit my website, www.ritchie.nysenate.gov

Those without access to a computer can call (315) 782-3418 to have a form mailed to them.

All nominations must be received by April 10.

The men and women who serve our country make tremendous sacrifices, including everything from spending long periods of time away from their loved ones to putting their lives on the line to protect our freedom.

I hope you’ll join me in honoring them for their service by taking the time to nominate a veteran for my Veterans’ Hall of Fame program.

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