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Cop Logs: Sheriff’s Office 08/20/2014

On 8/16/14 at 2:52 a.m., Rita L. Hunt, 43, of PO Box 96, Sterling, was reportedly operating a 2004 Chevrolet pickup west on SR 176 in the town of Granby, ½ mile west of CR 55, when she lost control causing the vehicle to exit the north side of the roadway striking an earth embankment then proceed down into a ditch before striking a utility pole.

Ms. Hunt was issued a UTT for Unlicensed Operator.

A deer entering the roadway seems to have been a contributing factor.

On 8/19/14 at 1:44 p.m., Robert T. Emmons, 33, of 4058 CR 57, Oswego, was arrested based on a Bench Warrant issued out of the City of Fulton.

Mr. Emmons was arraigned by Hon. Judge Hawthorne in the City of Fulton Court and ROR’d with a return to court on 9/24/14.

Citizen Soldiers extend their service to state and nation

LATHAM, NY – Major General Patrick A. Murphy, the Adjutant General, announces the recent reenlistment of members of the New York Army National Guard in recognition of their continuing commitment to serve community, state and nation as part of the Army National Guard.

Sergeant Jeffrey Walters from Fulton has reenlisted to continue service with the Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 102nd Military Police Battalion.

Staff Sergeant James Oot from Cato has reenlisted to continue service with the Headquarters and Service Company, 642nd Support Battalion.

“The New York Army National Guard has sustained our force at or above 100 percent strength for the better part of five years now,” Murphy said. “Keeping those ready forces in our ranks means that New York is ready to provide forces for state missions here at home, as we saw during Hurricane Sandy or for the federal missions supporting our nation around the country and around the world.”

“Each of our 16,000 men and women serving in the Army and Air National Guard has an important role and I’m pleased that so many continue to reenlist and remain part of our New York National Guard family.”

For more information about the New York Army National Guard, visit www.dmna.ny.gov or www.1800goguard.com

Local organizations throw support behind Coleman for family court judge

OSWEGO, NY – Organizations from around Oswego County have voiced their support of Lou Anne Rucynski Coleman for family court judge in recent weeks.

Coleman has been endorsed by Democratic committees from the city of Fulton and the town of Granby and most recently the county’s Democratic Action Women’s Network, DAWN.

Lou Anne Rucynski Coleman, center, is pictured with members of DAWN following their unanimous endorsement. In front are: Judy Prosser, Coleman, Laura Brazak and Beth Clark. In back are: Roxanna Gillen,Karen White, Rita Hooper and Kellie Nelson.

Lou Anne Rucynski Coleman, center, is pictured with members of DAWN following their unanimous endorsement. In front are: Judy Prosser, Coleman, Laura Brazak and Beth Clark. In back are: Roxanna Gillen,Karen White, Rita Hooper and Kellie Nelson.

In her statements to local Democrats, Coleman has outlined her experience as an attorney representing children, parents and grandparents in family court, and described her desire to improve the way family court functions and ensure that the decisions made in family court are in the best interest of the Oswego County’s children.

Fulton Democratic Committee Chairman Jim Rice was not surprised by the enthusiastic support Coleman is getting throughout the county.

“People recognize that Lou Anne’s dedication to Oswego County families goes well beyond the courtroom, as shown in her community and volunteer activities. She will serve as an excellent judge in Oswego County Family Court,” he said.

DAWN member Rita Hooper said, “Being a mother is part of what makes Lou Anne the right candidate for family court judge. Lou Anne has represented men and women equally in her practice, and when she speaks you can hear the enthusiasm she has for fairly enforcing the law in defense of Oswego County’s children.”

Born and raised in Oswego, Coleman is a mother of two and has more than 14 years of experience as an attorney.

She has advocated for children in Family Court, prosecuted criminals as an Assistant Oswego County District Attorney and served as Assistant City Attorney for the City of Oswego.

She has also taught public justice and business law at SUNY Oswego, where she graduated cum laude prior to obtaining her law degree from the Syracuse University College of Law.

Cappadonia completes basic training

Air Force Airman Zachary Cappadonia graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas.

The airman completed an intensive, eight-week program that included training in military discipline and studies, Air Force core values, physical fitness, and basic warfare principles and skills. Airmen who complete basic training earn four credits toward an associate in applied science degree through the Community College of the Air Force.

Cappadonia is the son of Michael and Tracy Dence of Brewerton.

He is a 2012 graduate of Paul V. Moore High School, Central Square.

State Police seek the public’s assistance in burglary probe

Volney, NY – The New York State Police Bureau of Criminal Investigation in Fulton is investigating a burglary to Riccelli Enterprises, (Formerly The Northern Group) located at 32 Silk Road, in the Town of Volney.

The burglary occurred between Saturday, 8/16/14 at noon and the morning of Sunday, 8/17/14.

A substantial amount of cash was stolen from within a building on the property.

A reward is being offered by the owners for any information leading to an arrest and/or recovery of the money.

Any information on this incident can be reported to State Police Investigators at (315) 598-2112, extension 215.

‘Classic Moments’ Countdown: #12 Shampine Wins Second Classic in a Thriller – 1974 International Classic

OSWEGO, NY – As the countdown officially begins toward the 58th annual Budweiser International Classic 200 for Novelis Supermodifieds at Oswego Speedway on Sunday, August 31, we look back at the Top30 moments in International Classic history, with the assistance of George Caruso’s ’50 Most Memorable Moments of the International Classic.’

With 12 days remaining until the International Classic, the countdown continues with No. 12, Jim Shampine’s thrilling International Classic win in 1974.

Jim Shampine ducks under Bobby Stelter on his way to the 1974 International Classic crown at Oswego Speedway.

Jim Shampine ducks under Bobby Stelter on his way to the 1974 International Classic crown at Oswego Speedway.

During the ’74 International Classic a red flag around the lap 150 mark grouped the four front runners together for a restart.  That front four consisted of Warren Coniam in the Solvay Automotive No. 04, Bobby Stelter in the Ron Buckner No. 36, Nolan Swift in the famous 10pins, and Jim Shampine’s 8-Ball.

Once back to green it took little time for the front four to catch the rear of the pack, and that is where the fun began.  The front four began swapping positions back and forth; all while flying through heavy lapped traffic.

Coniam lost the lead to Stelter, and Stelter lost the lead to Shampine on lap 182 as Shampine pinned Stelter in behind the lap car of Eddie Bellinger Jr. in turns three and four.

With about 10 laps to go the fast four cleared lapped traffic and now went side by side, two by two for the lead; Shampine and Stelter in the front and Coniam and Swift behind them.

The Classic crowd was on its feet, but unfortunately the ending was anticlimactic.

The caution flag flew on lap 196 for a spin, and at the time there was not a rule that the race had to end under green flag conditions.  As a result Shampine crossed the finish line on lap 200 as the winner under caution followed by Stelter, Coniam, and Swift.

Nevertheless, the many race fans in the stands gave all four drivers a standing ovation as they came around one more time on their cool down lap following the finish.

John Spencer completed the top five in ’74 ahead of Ken Andrews, Johnny Logan, Jim Winks, Steve Gioia Jr. and Kempton Dates in the top ten.

To purchase tickets for Budweiser International Classic Weekend and the 58th annual Budweiser International Classic 200, call the Speedway’s box office today at (315) 342-0646.

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Bridget Izyk, 89

OSWEGO, NY – Bridget Izyk, 89, a resident of Murray Street, Oswego, passed away Tuesday August 19, 2014, at St. Luke Health Services.

Born in Warsaw, Poland, she was the daughter of the late Simon and Victoria (Zirbora) Dudek.

Bridget Izyk

Bridget Izyk

She worked in the cafeteria at Oswego High School.

She enjoyed gardening and spending time with her family and grandchildren.

She also enjoyed cooking and making Polish food for the festivals.

She was a member of St. Stephen’s Church and its Altar Rosary Society.

Surviving are her three sons, Edward Izyk, James Izyk and Timothy (Denise) Izyk, all of Oswego; eight grandchildren, Monica Roik, Ronald Roik, Bridget Wallace, Austin Izyk, Dalton Izyk, Chase Izyk, Hunter Izyk and Dawson Izyk; a great-grandson, Easton Wallace; several nieces and nephews.

She was predeceased by her husband, Joseph Izyk; and her daughter, Bertha Roik Izyk.

Funeral services will be held 9 a.m. Saturday at St. Stephen’s Church.

Burial will be in St. Peter’s Cemetery.

Calling hours will be held 4-7 p.m. Friday at the Nelson Funeral Home, 11 W. Albany St., Oswego.

Online condolences may be made at www.nelson-funeralhome.com

Mayor Gillen Announces Appointment Of New Plumbing Inspector

OSWEGO, NY – Mayor Tom Gillen is pleased to announce the appointment of Ronald G. Tesoriero Jr. as the new Plumbing Inspector for the city of Oswego.

The Common Council passed Resolution No. 337c on July 28 officially appointing Tesoriero as the city’s Plumbing Inspector, effective August 11, 2014.

He replaces Robert T. (Chow) Culeton, who recently resigned from the position, which he held since 2001.

Tesoriero is a lifelong resident of Oswego, and a 35-year member of Local 73 Plumbers & Pipefitters.

He has been a licensed Master Plumber with the city of Oswego since 1988 and a certified instructor, teaching plumbing and pipefitting for Local 73 for more than 20 years.

He has also served on various boards and committees within the community.

Tesoriero is married to the former Maureen Galvin, and they are the proud parents of two children and grandparents to two granddaughters.

Mayor Gillen said that Tesoriero is looking forward to serving as Plumbing Inspector for the city of Oswego and hopes to work to improve the quality of life for Oswego’s citizens.

Sizing Up the Budweiser International Classic 200 Supermodified Entry List

OSWEGO, NY – As the 58th running of the Budweiser International Classic 200 for Novelis Supermodifieds approaches, a stellar entry list has formed for the richest and most prestigious Supermodified race in the world, with over $100,000 in cash and contingencies being awarded on August 31.

The starting lineup staged and ready for last year's 57th annual Budweiser International Classic 200 at Oswego Speedway.

The starting lineup staged and ready for last year’s 57th annual Budweiser International Classic 200 at Oswego Speedway.

Sizing up the field for this year’s Budweiser International Classic is a tall task, with a top shelf mix of regular competitors and invaders looking to achieve Classic glory in a one-off effort.

As of August 19, a total of 38 Supermodifieds have officially been entered, with 34 drivers slated for those cars, leaving four machines open for potential suitors.

While 38 roadsters have been entered, there are a few other machines that are believed to be in competition that have not yet registered, which will be covered below.

One by one, each car currently entered and believed to be entered will be covered below giving fans a glance at this year’s field.

0 – TIM SNYDER/Tilton, NH (2001 Classic Winner): The 2001 winner of the Budweiser International Classic, Tim Snyder debuted a brand new Hawk chassis Supermodified in 2014 and has showed mixed results.  Snyder has had engine troubles sporadically through the season, but has shown the speed necessary to contend in the closing stages of the 200, should the No. 0 go the distance.  Last finishing in the top five of the Classic in 2012, with a fourth place finish, Snyder has just two top ten finishes this season but has registered three victories in heat racing action.

00 – JOE GOSEK/Oswego, NY (1991, 1992, 2002 Classic Winner): A three-time winner of the Budweiser International Classic, Joe Gosek returned to Oswego Speedway victory lane this season, leading all 75-laps of the Fourth of July Grand Prix 75 in the No. 00.  When Gosek has finished, he has been a contender in ’14, with two top five finishes and seven top ten runs landing the Gosek machine fifth in the Speedway’s driver standings heading to Classic.  Struggling in last year’s Classic, Gosek contended all race long in 2012 before a vapor lock dropped him from contention. Gosek’s last top five finish in the Classic came in 2008, with a runner-up finish to Doug Didero.

01 – DAN CONNORS JR./Oswego, NY: Dan Connors Jr. debuted a new chassis at the beginning of the 2014 season, but struggled mightily with the creation before crashing it in the King of Wings event at Oswego in July.  Returning with the Xtreme chassis, which the team has campaigned the last several seasons, Connors rebounded with a top five run and has since shown the previous speed and contention we have grown accustomed to with the No. 01.

02 – BRANDON BELLINGER/Fulton, NY: Driving the Randy Daratt No. 02, Brandon Bellinger has had an up and down 2014 season. At times Bellinger has shown tremendous speed, but has also struggled some as the mid-way point of the feature event looms.  Staying out of trouble, the Bellinger machine nearly always finishes main events, and will look to tally all 200-laps come August 31. Bellinger is 12th in the current Speedway standings with two top ten runs and a heat race victory.

05 – JEFF ABOLD/Baldwinsville, NY: The son of 1992 Speedway champion Pat Abold, Jeff Abold has been a hit and miss sight at the Speedway in 2014.  After leading some 40-laps of the Speedway’s opener in the homebuilt No. 05, before giving way to eventual winner David Danzer, Abold has continued to fight gremlins in the A&P No. 05 through the season.  With several days of testing in Fast Friday sessions under his belt with the beautiful No. 05, it still remains to be seen whether Abold will come to Classic with the new racer or his tried and true machine that he has contended with in recent Classics.

06 – DAVE CLIFF/Oswego, NY: A veteran and champion of Oswego’s Small Block division, Dave Cliff and his family operated team have tried all year long to make it to the Speedway with their No. 06 Supermodified.  Prior to August 16 racing, the Cliff team brought the No. 06 to the Speedway to fire the racer, but ran into issues.  If the team is able to solve their issues under the hood, look for the No. 06 come Classic Sunday.

2 – DAVE SHULLICK JR./North Ridgeville, OH: The Shoe 2 will once again drive for John Nicotra in this year’s Classic, making for a three car effort with Otto Sitterly and Davey Hamilton.  Shullick has contended twice at the Speedway this season with Nicotra and Sitterly, driving to a third place finish in the May 24 Jim Shampine Memorial 75.  In last year’s Classic, Shullick was a top contender as the laps wore away, but ended up in trouble in the second corner, knocking him out of the event. Shullick has two career top five finishes in the Classic with a fifth place effort in 2007 and a third place finish in 2008.

3 – BRIAN SWEENEY/Hannibal, NY: After a broken part sent the No. 3 into the wall during Classic testing one year ago, Brian Sweeney is eager to make his first start in the Classic since 2003.  As in 2013, several bouts of misfortune have left Sweeney fixing more pieces than maintaining; however when the No. 3 is dialed in Sweeney is fast.  The former Small Block Super racer no doubt has speed and has finished in the top five twice in 2014 main events.

5 – TIM DEVENDORF/Brewerton, NY: Tim Devendorf has had a consistent and relatively trouble free 2014, resulting in a current position of ninth in the Speedway’s driver standings with the No. 5.  Devendorf has won three qualifying heats, showing good speed on several occasions.  Couple the speed with four top ten runs and a podium finish in 2014, and Devendorf should feel good heading to Classic Weekend. Despite good runs in his current Hawk chassis, the buzz remains that Devendorf will have a new Hawk chassis at the track before Classic Weekend.  The new ride could potentially leave a seat open for another entrant into the Classic, and a top entry it would be.

6 – DAVEY HAMILTON/Boise, ID (1997 Classic Winner): The winner of the 1997 Budweiser International Classic, Davey Hamilton has contended in only one Oswego Speedway Supermodified event this season.  Regardless, Hamilton is a sure fire winning contender anytime he straps into his Nicotra Racing Supermodified.  Plans are still in place for Hamilton to drive a brand new Hawk chassis in the Classic for Nicotra, a similar creation to the Bond-Barnes-Danzer machines recently released, making Hamilton a threat for the win as well as the pole position come ‘Fast 14’ time trials on pole day August 29.

7 – OTTO SITTERLY/Canajoharie, NY (2009, 2011, 2012 Classic Winner): The flagship ride of the Nicotra Racing team, three-time Classic champion Otto Sitterly is the Speedway’s point leader and continues to close in on his seventh Speedway track championship. Until then, Classic is the focus, and Sitterly no doubt shines when the money is on the line. Some contend that Sitterly is off the mark heading into Classic, with only one win this season in the Jim Shampine Memorial 75.  Others argue that Sitterly, as he has sometimes shown, does what it takes to claim championship points in the regular season. No matter the opinion, the fact remains that Sitterly has finished in the top five in six of the last eleven Classics, including three straight.  The No. 7 will go 200 laps, with fans waiting to see how the action shakes out in the last 50 laps.

9 – STEPHEN GIOIA III/Oswego, NY: After taking a year off, Stephen Gioia III looks start his first Classic since 2012.  Gioia and team have worked all year long to find speed in their Gioia built No. 9, and have slowly gained. While Gioia is not likely a contender for the ‘Fast 14’ spots, Gioia has proven his prowess in long distance events with a top five run in 2007, and will no doubt look after his racer over the course of 200 laps in 2014.

11 – TBA/Graham Racing: The Graham Racing No. 11, which started the year and was driven in last year’s Classic by Jessica Zemken, is currently entered with no driver for this year’s Classic.  A top notch ride for the 200, names such as Bentley Warren, Chris Perley, and others have surfaced as candidates for the seat.  Time will tell who will pilot the No. 11 in the International Classic.

14 – JOE CHILLEMI/Oswego, NY: Joe Chillemi is a long-time veteran of Supermodified racing at Oswego Speedway and qualified for his first International Classic just last season. Chillemi has not been at the Speedway all year with his No. 14 Supermodified, but does plan to attend Classic Week testing to prepare for the 200.

18 – HOWARD PAGE/Oswego, NY: Howard Page made his long awaited return to Oswego Speedway this season with another Page chassis Supermodified.  After a couple weeks of R&D at the Speedway, Page seems to have found a comfortable pace with the No. 18 heading into Classic, and should find even more speed as the week progressed leading up to the 200.

21 – RAY GRAHAM/Ankeny, IA: Like a few others this season, Ray Graham has been hit and miss with his brand new Xtreme Supermodified in 2014.  Graham qualified up front one year ago, but trouble always seems to strike the Fulton native in recent years.  The last top five finishes for Graham were back to back podium finishes in 2009 and 2010.  The Xtreme team has found the set-up in recent weeks at the Speedway with consecutive wins for Joey Payne and Kody Graham, Ray hopes to capitalize on the momentum in the Classic.

22 – PAT LAVERY/Oswego, NY: A three-time pole sitter for the Classic, including the last two consecutive seasons, Pat Lavery is ready to match the finish with the starting spot in the No. 22.  Lavery is third in the driver standings this season with three top five finishes and nine top ten runs, and his always steady consistency makes him a threat for the Classic each year.

24 – JERRY CURRAN/Oswego, NY: Jerry Curran joins the list of the non-weekly competitors coming out for the Classic with his always ready No. 24.  In Curran’s limited runs at the Speedway this season, he does have one top ten finish, and is a veteran of the 200-lapper.

26 – SHAUN GOSSELIN/Oswego, NY: Shaun Gosselin is the prime example of the highs and lows in racing.  Last season, Gosselin battled for the Speedway track title and finished third in the Budweiser International Classic.  This season, Gosselin has run into one issue after another, leaving his No. 26 crippled more than not.  However, the Gosselin team has regrouped, and if they can get lady luck on their side they will be a contender for the ‘Fast 14’ positions and a front runner come Classic Sunday.

37 – RANDY RITSKES/Oswego, NY: No driver has won more Supermodified features at Oswego Speedway this season than Randy Ritskes in the Ken Locke No. 37.  Ritskes has visited Turning Stone Resort Casino Victory Lane at the Speedway three times in 2014, and as a result has to be on people’s list as a primetime favorite for the International Classic.  Ritskes has been snake bitten in Classic’s over the years, never quite finding the right combination to head to victory lane, despite leading 197 laps of the race in 2000.  The last time Ritskes scored a Classic top five was 2011, and he is ready to return in 2014.

44 – BOBBY HAYNES JR./Kirkville, NY: Bobby Haynes Jr. has been out more time than not this season with the No. 44.  Three top ten finishes on the year shows that Haynes has the ability to go the distance, which he once again did in last year’s Classic with a fine ninth place finish.

45 – BOBBY SANTOS/Franklin, MA: Former NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour champion Bobby Santos is entered to compete in this year’s Classic behind the wheel of the Mike Barbera No. 45 Muldoon chassis Supermodified.  Santos finished second in the 2004 International Classic, driving a Muldoon chassis, and will be a threat for victory at the end of 200 laps should the No. 45 go the distance.

47 – BOB BOND/Mexico, NY (2010, 2013 Classic Winner): The defending champion and two-time winner of the International Classic, Bob Bond returns in 2014 with the Denise Merrill owned No. 47.  Bond has contended in few events this season but has three top five finishes to show for his effort in the No. 47. A prime contender for the Classic pole position as well, Bond set a brand new Speedway track record of 16.098 seconds during opening day time trials in May. This season made clear there is no love-loss between Bond and Sitterly, the one-two finishers in last year’s Classic, making the duo a potent combination to watch come Classic Sunday.

50 – DAVE GRUEL/Fulton, NY: A constant threat for the Speedway championship all year long to Sitterly, Dave Gruel started his own team in 2014 with a new Hawk chassis and has showed tremendous results.  Gruel has shown stellar speed with five top five finishes this season and amazing consistency with ten top ten runs in the No. 50.  Always a stout runner in the Classic, Gruel has two consecutive top five runs in the 200, and has more than a fighters chance at his first win of the season coming in the International Classic.

51 – MICHAEL MULDOON/Baldwinsville, NY: With a brand new Muldoon chassis at his disposal in 2014, Michael Muldoon has shown the speed necessary to contend for wins this season.  With five top ten finishes and a top five run this season, Muldoon is tenth in the driver standings and is a driver looking to make the ‘Fast 14’ positions in pole day time trials on August 29.

52 – DAVID DANZER/Oswego, NY: David Danzer has two wins in 2014 in different racecars.  Danzer won on opening day with his Hawk chassis from previous seasons, then debuted his new Hawk chassis just weeks prior to winning the $10,000 Mr. Novelis Supermodified title.  A near shoe in for a ‘Fast 14’ qualifying spot, Danzer is a good long distance runner, as evident with his fourth place finish in the 2011 Classic and a seventh place run just last year.  The No. 52 has four top five finishes this season and six top ten runs, with Danzer being near the top of those drivers with a good shot at the Classic title.

55 – KEITH SHAMPINE/Concord, NC: A pleasant surprise in 2014, Keith Shampine has driven the Chris Osetek built and owned No. 55 to several good runs this season, including a fine runner-up finish to Joey Payne in August.  Shampine, who qualified in the ‘Fast 14’ one year ago, has given cars good runs before in the International Classic and will look to do the same with the Osetek No. 55 this season.

56 – HAL LATULIP/Oswego, NY: A veteran of Supermodified racing and Oswego Speedway since the early 1980’s, Hal LaTulip continues as a welcome addition to the Speedway’s Supermodified field in 2014 with the No. 56.  LaTulip finished in the Top 25 of last year’s Classic and will no doubt give the No. 56 a solid run in 2014.

60 – TIM JEDRZEJEK/Independence, OH: Timmy J continues a long standing tradition of Ohio drivers coming to town for the International Classic and he will again do so in 2014 driving the Mike Murphy owned No. 60 Supermodified.  A former Graham Racing Hawk chassis, the Murphy No. 60 is a stellar piece and will give Jedrzejek all the tools he needs to contend for a top five with the help of Soule Racing and others providing assistance.

66 – LOU LEVEA SR./Volney, NY: Lou LeVea Sr. once again enters the Classic driving for Steve Buske, and this year they do so with a new creation out of the Buske Racing shop.  Debuted on August 16, the new No. 66 looked stable and showed early speed, giving Buske and LeVea hopes the new ride can be a contender.  ‘Big Dog’ has a top ten finish this season and was recently the division’s Hard Charger on August 17, sitting 15th in the overall driver’s standings.

68 – MICHAEL BARNES/Mexico, NY: The talk of the early season was ‘The Hustler’ Michael Barnes debuting a brand new Hawk chassis for Syrell Racing. With blinding speed right out of the box, the Barnes No. 68 drove to two early season wins, and no doubt would have been a threat for the championship had the team not missed the first event of the season in May. Barnes joins the list of drivers as a sure bet for the ‘Fast 14’ qualifying positions and is at the top of the list of drivers with a strong shot at claiming the $15,000 prize as the winner of the 200 come August 31.

72 – TBA/Danzer Racing: One of the most cherished rides in the pit area, the back-up Danzer Racing No. 72 Supermodified has been a large part of the rumor mill throughout the season. Early indications pointed toward SBS racer Dalton Doyle being in the seat, followed quickly by SBS guaranteed starter and point leader Andrew Schartner. In the past two weeks word has come out that the seat is still open, with Supermodified Triple Crown candidate Lou Cicconi being added into the mix. Just like the Graham No. 11, only time will tell who will be in the seat of the No. 72 come Classic.

79 – BRIAN SOBUS/Fulton, NY: After taking a season off from Supermodified racing, Brian Sobus acquired the former Dave Gruel Supermodified over the off-season and has been slowly preparing the car for an attempt at the International Classic.  Unfortunately, Sobus brought the No. 79 out on August 17 but ended the night in the outside front straight wall after a suspension piece broke on the machine.  Sobus and team will do all they can to repair the racer for a return to the Speedway come Classic Weekend, as a welcomed addition to the field.

83 – LOU LEVEA JR./Fulton, NY: A weekly runner at the Speedway in 2014, Lou LeVea Jr. campaigned the Naramore owned No. 83 Belfiore chassis to a top ten finish this season.  LeVea has qualified for multiple Classics and finished in the Top 20 last season with the No. 83.

90 – KODY GRAHAM/Liverpool, NY: Kody Graham returned to victory lane in 2014 driving the Xtreme No. 90 on August 17, putting the third generation driver in a prime spot heading into Classic Weekend.  In a bit of an up and down year, Graham is 11th in the driver standings with four top five finishes, but has clearly hit the set-up as of late with the No. 90.

96 – TBA/Buske Racing: Steve Buske recently entered the former Kerfien Supermodified, driven in the past few weeks by Lou LeVea Sr. and most recently SBS front runner Jack Patrick.  The Page chassis Supermodified last attempted the Classic back in 2008 with Michael Barnes at the wheel as No. 77.

98 – TBA/Strong Racing: Another seat that has been wildly debated, the Strong Racing No. 98 Supermodified, driven early this season by Joey Payne, is currently listed as TBA on the entry roster for the Classic. Names such as Jarett Andretti and MSA guaranteed starter Trent Stephens have all surfaced as potential pilots, with Stephens seeming to be the front runner.  The Strong Supermodified was driven to an eighth place finish last season by Michael Barnes.

99 – JOEY PAYNE/Hawthorne, NJ: Joey Payne appears to be hitting his stride just before Classic in the Graham/Strong Racing No. 99 Xtreme. With a main event win on August 9, and a tremendous drive through the field on August 17, Payne is comfortable and racy with the new No. 99.  Payne has five top five finishes this season and is primed for his first Classic top five since 2012 in the Muldoon Racing Supermodified.

Listed below are cars not currently entered in the Classic, which have the potential of being added to the lineup come Classic Weekend.

07 – DAVE SANBORN/Tilton, NH: In a recent development as of August 19, ‘Super’ Dave Sanborn has indicated that he and car owner John Burke are in the process of purchasing the Tony Steiner No. 07 Supermodified, with the intention of attempting this year’s International Classic.  The Steiner Supermodified, a Muldoon chassis, is a stout and well prepared machine, that Sanborn hopes can qualify him into his first Classic since 2009.  In recent years Sanborn has continued as an accomplished Small Block Supermodified shoe in New England.

07 – GEORGE GROVES/Ontario, Canada: George Groves, father of former Supermodified pilot Shannon Groves, brought his Graves copy No. 07 Supermodified to the Speedway on August 17.  Groves has said that the No. 07 Supermodified, last campaigned by Brandon Bellinger in 2005 and 2006, may be at the Speedway come Classic Weekend with a different driver.

1 – SHAWN MULDOON/Oswego, NY: Word has yet to come out officially on Shawn Muldoon’s plans for the No. 1 Supermodified, although there is the potential of seeing it in action. Word has spread that Shawn himself will be at the wheel, however SBS shoe Mike Bruce has also been discussed as a potential driver.

40 – BOB MAGNER/Oswego, NY: Former Oswego Speedway weekly competitor, turned part-time ISMA driver, Bob Magner has stated that he would like to convert his No. 40 Supermodified over for Sunday competition at the Classic if all goes well in Saturday’s ISMA event. Magner made the switch in 2013, qualifying for the Classic through the B-Main, with a 22nd place finish in the 200.

70 – DAVE MCKNIGHT/Brampton, ONT: Dave McKnight is listed on the Speedway’s Classic Week testing schedule in the Gary Morton No. 70, as he looks to contend in another International Classic. McKnight was called into action late last year for Morton, qualifying the No. 70 in second round time trials with a 32nd place finish.  The Morton No. 70 recently had engine issues in an ISMA event at Delaware Speedway, but all indications still point to the machine being in the Port City come Classic Weekend.

75 – GENE LEE GIBSON/Richwood, OH: The inaugural Mr. Supermodified, Gene Lee Gibson returned to the Speedway after a several year absence back on August 9 with a new Supermodified creation out of Ohio.  Gibson was unable to turn too many laps with the No. 75, but is listed on the Classic Week testing schedule prior to Classic Weekend.

77 – CHARLIE SCHULTZ/Lorain, OH: One of the MSA’s guaranteed starters, Charlie Schultz has indicated that he has not ruled out contention of the No. 77 at the International Classic.  A former starter in the International Classic, Schultz and the May Racing team would be a great addition to the field come Classic Weekend, should the team decide to compete.

84 – MIKE LICHTY/Innerkip, ONT: Mike Lichty and the PATCO Transportation, Reeds Salvage team recently acquired a former John Nicotra Supermodified for competition at Oswego Speedway and the International Classic. Lichty is also currently on the Classic Week testing schedule and plans to pull double duty on Classic Weekend.

87 – KEITH GILLIAM/Cazenovia, NY: Another former weekly Oswego competitor, turned part-time ISMA shoe, Keith Gilliam is exploring the idea of changing over his No. 87 Supermodified for Sunday Classic action.

88 – RYAN LITT/London, ONT: Last year’s Rookie of the Race and the Carl Rutledge Memorial Fastest Canadian Qualifier, Ryan Litt is working hard to be back at Classic with the Lair Jet No. 88 after blowing an engine in testing earlier this summer.  Litt is currently scheduled on the Classic Week testing lineup with the Dave Lair Supermodified.

Individual seating is available for all three days of Budweiser International Classic Weekend, with three-day ticket packages also available.

Three-day general admission seating is $105, with three-day reserved seating set at $115, and three-day pit passes for $125.

Kids 5 and under are free throughout all of Budweiser International Classic Weekend with three day child admission for kids 6-16 available for only $35.

Budweiser International Classic Weekend will kickoff on August 29 with Corr/Pak Merchandising ‘Fast Friday’ featuring Budweiser International Classic ‘Fast 14’ Novelis Supermodified time trials, Bud Light SBS Classic ‘Super 6’ Pathfinder Bank Small Block Super time trials, and the RoC Modified 100.

A full day of practice begins on Friday at noon with Small Block Super ‘Super 6’ time trials hitting the Speedway at 6 p.m. followed immediately by Supermodified ‘Fast 14’ time trials at 6:30 p.m.

Classic Weekend’s Bud Light ‘Super Saturday’ will feature the final round of the ‘Steel Palace’ ISMA Super Series with the Bud Light ISMA Super Nationals, as well as the Bud Light SBS Classic 75, and the ATQMRA TQ Midget Classic.

Grandstands open at 3 p.m. on Saturday with qualifying getting under way at 5 p.m.

Budweiser International ‘Classic Sunday’ will see grandstand gates open at 9:30 a.m. and second round Supermodified time trials take to the Speedway at noon.

The 58th annual Budweiser International Classic 200 is expected to take the green flag at 3 p.m.

To purchase tickets for Budweiser International Classic Weekend and the 58th annual Budweiser International Classic 200, call the Speedway’s box office today at (315) 342-0646.

For more information on Oswego Speedway visit online at www.oswegospeedway.com or LIKE on Facebook at www.facebook.com/OswegoSpeedway or FOLLOW on Twitter @OswegoSpeedway.  Those interested in Speedway video programming online can subscribe to the Speedway’s YouTube Channel, ‘OswegoSpeedwayOnline’

FULTON POLICE DEPT. Press Log 08/11/2014 – 08/17/2014

FULTON POLICE DEPT. Press Log 08/11/2014 – 08/17/2014

Arrests From 08/11/2014 To 08/17/2014

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Arrest No.: 2014-604 Arrest Date: 08/11/2014 Arrest Time: 00:01

Last: GRAHAM First: MEGAN Middle/Suffix: JAMIE

Address: 307 CAYUGA ST Bldg: Apt: LOWER

City: FULTON State: NY Zip: 13069_____

DOB: 03/13/1997 Arresting Officer: SOPHIA GRAVES

Narrative

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On the 11th day of August, 2014 at approximately 12:00 AM, while at 307

Cayuga St., Fulton, New York, the said defendant, Megan J. Graham was

arrested for falsely reporting an incident in the 3rd degree.

It is alleged that on the 4th day of August, 2014 at 11:52 PM, while at 141 S. First St., the said defendant did intentionally report to a uniformed police officer that she had been attacked by an unknown male while underneath the bridge when knowing that such information was false and baseless.

Charges

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FALSELY REPORTING AN INCIDENT 3RD

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Arrest No.: 2014-606 Arrest Date: 08/12/2014 Arrest Time: 16:50

Last: MOTT First: SEAN Middle/Suffix: D

Address: 304 BEECHWOOD AVE Bldg: Apt:

City: LIVERPOOL State: NY Zip: 13088_____

DOB: 11/23/1989 Arresting Officer: GARY H. PERCIVAL

Narrative

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On 8/12/2014 at approximately 4:50 p.m. while at 141 S. First St., Fulton, NY, Sean D. Mott was arrested for Criminal Contempt 2nd.

On 7/25/2014 at approximately 9:39 a.m. while at 619 1/2 W. Fourth

St., Fulton, NY, the said defendant, Sean D. Mott, did violate a duly served temporary order of protection issued by the Oswego County Family Court and endorsed by the Honorable Judge Benedetto on 7/20/2014 and expiring on 7/1/2015, when he had contact to the victim/protected party.

Charges

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CRIMINAL CONTEMPT 2ND

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Arrest No.: 2014-607 Arrest Date: 08/12/2014 Arrest Time: 17:25

Last: LOVEALL First: JACOB Middle/Suffix: T

Address: 203 ONEIDA ST. Bldg: Apt: 201

City: FULTON State: NY Zip: 13069_____

DOB: 11/16/1996 Arresting Officer: JEREMY ALGARIN

Narrative

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On the 12th day of August 2014, at 5:25 p.m. at the intersection of S. First st and E. Broadway in the City of Fulton, County of Oswego, State of New York, the said defendant, Jacob Loveall was arrested for Criminal Mischief in the Fourth Degree.

On the 11th day of August 2014 at 8:39 p.m. while in front of 205 Oneida St in the City of Fulton, the said defendant, Jacob Loveall was engaged in a verbal argument outside the business. During the argument the defendant while having no right to do so did intentionally punch and break window with his right hand. The actions of the defendant did shatter a 2 1/2 ft x 4ft plate glass window resulting in $250.00 in damage.

Charges

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CRIMINAL MISCHIEF 4TH

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Arrest No.: 2014-608 Arrest Date: 08/12/2014 Arrest Time: 22:16

Last: WARD First: MATTHEW Middle/Suffix: PATRICK

Address: 717 W. BROADWAY Bldg: Apt: C10

City: FULTON State: NY Zip: 13069-1768

DOB: 09/07/1972 Arresting Officer: JARRETT MARINO

Narrative

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On the 12TH day of August, 2014, at approximately 10:16PM, while at 717 W. Broadway, in the City of Fulton, County of Oswego, State of New York, the defendant, Matthew P. Ward, was arrested for Assault in the third degree.

It is alleged that on the above mentioned date, at approximately 6:30PM, while at the above said location, the defendant did intentionally strike the victim approximately ten times with a closed fist in the head and face. Said actions of the defendant did cause the victim to sustain a 1 1/2 inch laceration above the left eye which he did seek medical attention for.

Charges

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ASSAULT 3RD

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Arrest No.: 2014-609 Arrest Date: 08/13/2014 Arrest Time: 18:21

Last: VARNUM First: TYLER Middle/Suffix: SCOTT

Address: 851 ROWLEE RD. Bldg: Apt:

City: FULTON State: NY Zip: 13069-1768

DOB: 04/25/1991 Arresting Officer: CHRISTOPHER L. JONES

Narrative

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On the 13th day of August, 2014, at approximately 6:21 PM, while in the 300 Block of W. Broadway in the City of Fulton, County of Oswego, State of New York, the defendant, Tyler Scott Varnum, was arrested for Aggravated Unlicensed Operator 1st and Unlicensed Operator.

It is alleged that on the 13th day of August, 2014, at approximately 6:21 PM, while in the 300 Block of W. Broadway in the City of Fulton, New York, the defendant did operate a motor vehicle in a westerly direction knowing his New York State Driver’s License and privilege to operate said vehicle was revoked. The defendant’s driver’s license had a total of eighteen scoffs, fifteen on ten different dates.

Charges

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AGGRAVATED UNLICENSED OPERATOR 1st DEGREE

UNLICENSED OPERATOR MV

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Arrest No.: 2014-610 Arrest Date: 08/14/2014 Arrest Time: 00:53

Last: PEACOCK First: ANDREW Middle/Suffix: ADRIAN

Address: 307 CAYUGA ST. Bldg: Apt: 1

City: FULTON State: NY Zip: 13069-1768

DOB: 12/12/1996 Arresting Officer: S. BRANDON LANNING

Narrative

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On the 14th day of August, 2014 at approximately 12:53 A.M., while at 307 Cayuga St., in the City of Fulton, County of Oswego, State of New York, the said defendant, Andrew A. Peacock was arrested on a Bench Warrant signed on 08/13/2014 by the Hon. Judge Hawthorne, City of Fulton Court Judge, for failing to participate in court ordered programs.

Charges

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BENCH WARRANT ARREST

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Arrest No.: 2014-611 Arrest Date: 08/14/2014 Arrest Time: 00:53

Last: PEACOCK First: ANDREW Middle/Suffix: ADRIAN

Address: 307 CAYUGA ST. Bldg: Apt: 1

City: FULTON State: NY Zip: 13069-1768

DOB: 12/12/1996 Arresting Officer: S. BRANDON LANNING

Narrative

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On the 14th day of August, 2014, at approximately 12:53 A.M., while at 307 Cayuga St., in the City of Fulton, County of Oswego, State of New York the said defendant, Andrew A. Peacock was arrested on a Bench Warrant signed on 08/13/2014 by the Hon. Judge Hawthorne, Fulton City Court Judge, for failing to participate in court ordered programs.

Charges

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BENCH WARRANT ARREST

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Arrest No.: 2014-614 Arrest Date: 08/14/2014 Arrest Time: 19:00

Last: RYAN First: BRUCE Middle/Suffix: PATRICK

Address: 13145 ST RTE 34 Bldg: Apt:

City: MARTVILLE State: NY Zip: 13111_____

DOB: 07/06/1961 Arresting Officer: JARRETT MARINO

Narrative

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On the 14TH day of August, 2014, at approximately 7:00PM, while at 141 S. First St., in the City of Fulton, County of Oswego, State of New York, the defendant, Bruce P. Ryan, was arrested for Criminal Mischief in the fourth degree.

It is alleged that on the 13TH day of August, 2014, at approximately

6:30PM while at 898 S. First St., Verizon Wireless, in the City of Fulton, the defendant did intentionally hold a VTech cordless phone with two hands and did twist said phone forcefully. The defendant did then throw said phone on the floor causing the plastic casing on the phone to crack and no longer function. Said cordless phone was valued at $20.00.

Charges

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CRIMINAL MISCHIEF 4TH

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Arrest No.: 2014-615 Arrest Date: 08/14/2014 Arrest Time: 21:24

Last: ONEILL First: KAREN Middle/Suffix:

Address: 90 KELLOGG ST. Bldg: Apt:

City: FULTON State: NY Zip: 13069_____

DOB: 04/25/1959 Arresting Officer: JARRETT MARINO

Narrative

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On the 14TH day of August, 2014, at approximately 9:24PM, while in the 50 block of Kellogg St., in the City of Fulton, County of Oswego, State of New York, the defendant, Karen Oneill, was arrested for Disorderly Conduct.

On the above mentioned date, time, and location, the defendant did yell derogatory language in a loud voice which could be heard approximately one hundred feet away by uniformed Police Officers who had responded to a harassment/disturbance complaint. Said actions of the defendant did occur while she was standing on a public sidewalk within close proximity to several occupied dwellings.

Charges

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DISORDERLY CONDUCT

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Arrest No.: 2014-616 Arrest Date: 08/15/2014 Arrest Time: 00:50

Last: LOWE First: CHRISTAL Middle/Suffix: GAIL

Address: 4 N. FOURTH ST. Bldg: Apt: 1

City: FULTON State: NY Zip: 13069_____

DOB: 08/02/1978 Arresting Officer: RICK N. HAHN

Narrative

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On the 15th day of August, 2014, at approximately 12:50 A.M., while at 4 N. Fourth St., Apt. 1, in the City of Fulton, County of Oswego, State of New York, the said defendant, Christal G. Lowe, was arrested for Menacing in the Second Degree and Criminal Possession of a Weapon in the Fourth Degree.

On the above stated date and place at approximately 12:25 AM, the said

defendant, during a domestic dispute, did intentionally threatening the victim with a lighter and a glass bottle with a sock in it, which he believed was filled with a flammable liquid. The defendant, while in close proximity to the victim, did threaten to light the device on fire and throw it at the victim. The defendant did verbally threaten the victim. The said actions by the defendant did place the victim in fear of physical injury.

Charges

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MENACING 2ND

CRIMINAL POSSESSION OF A WEAPON 4TH

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Arrest No.: 2014-617 Arrest Date: 08/15/2014 Arrest Time: 04:10

Last: BELLAMY First: LEON Middle/Suffix: JR

Address: 1112 W. COLVIN ST. Bldg: Apt:

City: SYRACUSE State: NY Zip: 13207_____

DOB: 01/03/1983 Arresting Officer: BRANDON HARRIS

Narrative

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On the 15th day of August, 2014, at 4:10am in the 100 block of Beech St. in the City of Fulton, State of New York, Leon Bellamy Jr. was arrested for aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and disobeyed a traffic control device.

On the aforementioned date, at approximately 3:55am, the said defendant, Leon Bellamy Jr. was observed operating a motor vehicle. The said defendant was observed turning south from State Route 3 onto State Route 48 where it is marked no left turn. The said defendant was found to have a suspended NY State driver license for failing to answer a summons in the City of Oswego.

Charges

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AGGRAVATED UNLICENSED OPERATOR

DISOBEYED TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICE

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Arrest No.: 2014-619 Arrest Date: 08/16/2014 Arrest Time: 23:28

Last: VANGORDEN First: GARY Middle/Suffix: D

Address: 712 ONEIDA ST. Bldg: Apt: UPPER

City: FULTON State: NY Zip: 13069-1768

DOB: 07/23/1972 Arresting Officer: THOMAS YAWGER

Narrative

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On 08/15/2004, at approximately 11:30 in the P.M, while at 1100 Emery St. Apt G-6, in the City of Fulton, the defendant, Gary D. Vangorden was

arrested for Criminal contempt in the first degree, Criminal contempt in the second degree, and Aggravated family offense.

It is alleged, that on 08/15/2014, while at 712 Oneida St. Apt 2, at

approximately 9:00 in the P.M., the defendant did violate a duly served order of protection, by failing to stay away from the protected party. Said order being served on the defendant in court on 05/14/2014, signed by the Hon. David Hawthorne, and does not expire until 05/14/2017. The said defendant was previously convicted of the specified family offense of criminal contempt in the second degree on 05/14/2014, and thus committed the aggravated family offense.

Charges

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CRIMINAL CONTEMPT 1ST

AGGRAVATED FAMILY OFFENSE

CRIMINAL CONTEMPT 2ND

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Arrest No.: 2014-620 Arrest Date: 08/17/2014 Arrest Time: 02:07

Last: TASSIE First: MICHAEL Middle/Suffix: J

Address: 77 EISENHOWER AVE Bldg: Apt:

City: OSWEGO State: NY Zip: 13126_____

DOB: 09/05/1980 Arresting Officer: S. BRANDON LANNING

Narrative

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On the 17th day of August, 2014, at approximately 2:07 A.M., while on W. Eleventh St., in the City of Fulton, County of Oswego, State of New York, the said defendant, Michael J. Tassie was arrested for Aggravated Unlicensed Operation in the Second Degree, Unlicensed Operator, Failed to Dim Headlights, and Unlawful Possession of Marihuana.

It is alleged that on the 17th day of August, 2014, at approximately 1:27 A.M., while in the 800 Blk. of W. Broadway, in the City of Fulton, County of Oswego, State of New York, the said defendant, Michael J. Tassie did operate a motor vehicle in a northerly direction on a public highway while knowing or having reason to know that his Non-Driver ID Only was revoked for a conviction of Driving While Intoxicated on 12/20/2000 in Canandaigua City Court. The said defendant also failed to dim his headlights within 500 feet of approaching traffic.

It is also alleged that on the above mentioned date at approximately 2:00 A.M., while on W. Eleventh St., in the City of Fulton, County of Oswego, State of New York, the said defendant did possess a clear plastic bag, which did contain a green leafy substance, consistent with the appearance and odor of marihuana, which was located under the passenger seat of the vehicle which the defendant was the operator of.

Charges

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AGGRAVATED UNLICENSED OPERATOR

UNLICENSED OPERATOR MV

FAILED TO DIM HEADLIGHTS

UNLAWFUL POSSESSION OF MARIHUANA

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Arrest No.: 2014-621 Arrest Date: 08/17/2014 Arrest Time: 01:18

Last: PALMER First: TYLER Middle/Suffix: DAVID

Address: 30 DISTEN RD Bldg: Apt:

City: OSWEGO State: NY Zip: 13126_____

DOB: 03/24/1997 Arresting Officer: THOMAS YAWGER

Narrative

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On 08/16/2014, at approximately 8:15 in the P.M., while in front of 890 Cayuga St, the defendant, Tyler D. Palmer was arrested for Burglary in the second degree, Grand larceny in the fourth degree, and Petit larceny.

It is alleged that on 08/16/2014, at approximately 6:42 P.M, while at 822 Cayuga St., in the City of Fulton, County of Oswego, State of New York did commit the offense of burglary in the second degree, petit larceny and grand larceny in the fourth degree. The said defendant did enter and remain unlawfully in the dwelling of 822 Cayuga Street, in the City of Fulton and while inside he did steal a 50 inch Emerson television valued at $498.00 and a Mossberg 500 12 gauge pump action shotgun valued at approximately $200.00.

Charges

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BURGLARY 2ND

PETIT LARCENY

GRAND LARCENY 4TH

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Arrest No.: 2014-622 Arrest Date: 08/17/2014 Arrest Time: 10:00

Last: BROWNING First: FAITH Middle/Suffix: A

Address: 810 ONEIDA ST Bldg: Apt: 2

City: FULTON State: NY Zip: 13069-1768

DOB: 10/23/1968 Arresting Officer: CHRISTOPHER L. JONES

Narrative

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On the 17th day of August, 2014, at approximately 10:00 AM, while at 810 Oneida St. apartment #2 in the City of Fulton, County of Oswego, State of New York the defendant, Faith A. Browning, was served a Criminal

Summons issued by Fulton City Court and signed by the Honorable David

Hawthorne on 8/11/2014.

It is alleged that on the 1st day of August, 2014, at approximately 7:30 PM, while at 810 Oneida St. Apt. #2 in the City of Fulton, New York the defendant did threaten the victim by yelling threatening statements. The defendant allegedly yelled this while running toward your victim in a threatening manner. The defendant’s actions warranted a third party to step in front of your victim to protect her from the defendant.

Charges

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HARASSMENT 2ND

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Arrest No.: 2014-623 Arrest Date: 08/17/2014 Arrest Time: 11:15

Last: WEISBROD First: TAYLOR Middle/Suffix: A

Address: 7 N. SEVENTH ST. Bldg: Apt: 1

City: FULTON State: NY Zip: 13069_____

DOB: 04/18/1996 Arresting Officer: CHRISTOPHER L. JONES

Narrative

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The said defendant, Taylor A. Weisbrod, on August 17, 2014 at

approximately 11:15 AM while at 7. N. Seventh St. in the City of Fulton was arrested for disorderly conduct.

It is alleged that on the above date, time and place the defendant after being warned by a uniformed police officer to lower her voice and stop using profanity, did yell derogatory language.

Charges

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DISORDERLY CONDUCT

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Arrest No.: 2014-624 Arrest Date: 08/17/2014 Arrest Time: 11:43

Last: GIFFORD First: MATTHEW Middle/Suffix: DAVID

Address: 26 D BIRCH LN. Bldg: Apt:

City: OSWEGO State: NY Zip: 13126_____

DOB: 04/18/1975 Arresting Officer: CHRISTOPHER L. JONES

Narrative

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The said defendant, Matthew D. Gifford, on August 17, 2014 at

approximately 11:15 AM while at 7 N. Seventh St in the City of Fulton was

arrested for petit larceny.

It is alleged that on August 17, 2014 at approximately 11:05 AM the said defendant did steal five bags of Price Chopper cooked shrimp, five bags of Price Chopper sea scallops, three packaged pork tenderloins, one packaged pork butt roast, one package pork spare ribs, one package certified angus loin top sirloin steak and one package certified angus beef boneless strip steak, with a total value of $292.14. The defendant went to the meat department and frozen seafood section and put said items in a store grocery cart and did leave the store, past all points of sale, without paying for the items.

Charges

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PETIT LARCENY

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Arrest No.: 2014-626 Arrest Date: 08/17/2014 Arrest Time: 13:05

Last: BRIEN First: TIMOTHY Middle/Suffix: JAMES

Address: 618 UTICA ST. Bldg: Apt:

City: FULTON State: NY Zip: 13069_____

DOB: 09/27/1990 Arresting Officer: BRIAN S. DUMAS

Narrative

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On August 17th, 2014 at 1:05 pm while in the 200 block of S. Third St. in the City of Fulton the defendant, Timothy James Brien, was arrested for the charge of Disorderly Conduct.

The defendant on the above said date, time and location did yell in a loud voice, several expletives and flip people off that could be seen and heard over a block away.

Charges

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DISORDERLY CONDUCT

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Arrest No.: 2014-627 Arrest Date: 08/15/2014 Arrest Time: 13:05

Last: VINCENT First: ADAM Middle/Suffix: IRWIN

Address: 57 DEITRICH RD. Bldg: Apt:

City: OSWEGO State: NY Zip: 13126_____

DOB: 02/28/1976 Arresting Officer: JEFF MARGREY

Narrative

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On 08/18/2018 at about 1:05 PM, while at S Fifth St., and Buffalo St. in the City of Fulton County of Oswego, the above defendant was arrested for Aggravated unlicensed operation in the third degree, and driving the wrong way on a one way street.

The defendant did operate a motor vehicle the wrong way on a one way street. The defendant also had a suspended permit, suspension on 04/10/2014 for failure to answer a summons, Oswego County, Town of Scriba.

Charges

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DRIVING WRONG WAY – ONE WAY STREET

AGGRAVATED UNLICENSED OPERATOR

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