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State Police: Children Located, Suspects Sought

UPDATE: Alicia Seelbach turned herself in this morning (April 29) to the Utica Police Department.
State Police said Thursday night the children have been found. The search continues for the two suspects.
The New York State Police and Chief Ronald J. Petrie of the village of Frankfort Police Department (Herkimer County) is asking for the public’s assistance with locating a mother and her two children.

Hannibal Man Arrested For Driving While Intoxicated

On April 27, at approximately 3 a.m., State Police stopped a vehicle on State Route 3 in the town of Hannibal for a traffic violation. The operator, Joshua M. Bolster, 20, of Hannibal, was found to be intoxicated, according to the police report.

Fulton Woman Charged In WalMart Larceny

On March 28, at approximately 4:29 p.m., State Police responded to WalMart on State Route 3 in the town of Granby for a larceny complaint. State Police interviewed asset protection members who advised that Nichole D. Burr, 20, of Fulton, had entered the store the previous evening and left with multiple electronic devices and cables without rendering payment, police said.

Fulton Council to Hold Public Hearing for Parking Change

Sixth ward councilman, Larry Macner announced the scheduling of a public hearing to be held in regards to a proposed parking change on North Second Street. The change would affect the section of North Second Street from Oneida Street to Seneca Street where cars are currently able to park on the east side of the road with no time restrictions. Macner has proposed the change to a two-hour parking time limit.

Police: Central Square Couple Arrested After Meth Lab Discovered In Apartment

On Monday, State Police responded to 399 State Route 11 apartment 2, in Central Square, regarding a possible meth lab. Oswego County Probation Department members requested the assistance from the NYSP Community Narcotics Enforcement Team and the Contaminated Crime Scene Emergency Response Team after a “one pot” methamphetamine lab was located inside the apartment, police said.

Working together with Granby Lake Reclamation Committee, city officials are hopeful that the re-opening of Stevenson Beach will occur sooner rather than later.

Granby, Fulton Work Together to Complete Dredging

The Fulton Common Council recently authorized the Granby Lake Reclamation Committee to dredge Lake Neatahwanta within city limits. The collaboration needed council approval solely because an outside group will be utilizing their equipment for work within city limits, in which case council permission is required. With the help of Granby Lake Reclamation Committee, city officials are optimistic about the re-opening of Stevenson Beach occurring sooner rather than later.

Crash Leads To DWI Charge For Mexico Man

State Police in Fulton responded to a one-car property damage accident on State Route 3 in the town of Palermo on SundayA(pril 24), at approximately 1:33 a.m. Upon arrival, they located a vehicle in a ditch off the north shoulder of the roadway.

Phoenix Man Charged With Driving While Intoxicated

On April 22 at approximately 11:17 p.m., State Police stopped a vehicle on Lamson Road in the town of Lysander for a traffic violation. The operator, Jeremy J. Mooney, 28, of Phoenix, was found to allegedly be intoxicated.

A room at the Pratt House filled with members of the Fulton Historical Association targeted to generate discussion on the rich history of the city of Fulton.

Fulton Footpaths Collaborates with Local History Experts

Fulton Footpaths, a plan in the works to bring eight heritage trails to the city of Fulton has recently met with a group of local history experts at the Pratt House Museum to gather input on history of the city to be incorporated in the trails. Organized by Brittney Jerred and Marie Mankiewicz, two Fulton residents who are looking to help revitalize the city, Fulton Footpaths is in the very early stages of conception with much planning ahead.

Pennellville Man Arrested For DWI After Motorcycle Crash

On April 23, at 1:49 a.m., State Police responded to County Route 10 in the town of Schroeppel for a report of a motorcycle accident. When troopers arrived they located a 2012 Suzuki motorcycle on the west shoulder of the roadway however the operator left the scene, police said.

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