An Oswego resident and a Scriba resident were recently charged in connection with ongoing drug investigations. The two arrests, police said, aren’t related.
On Monday, members of the Oswego City Police Department’s Anti-Crime Team (ACT), acting on information developed as a result of on-going drug investigations, arrested two men for sale of a controlled substance and one man for possession of controlled substances with intent to sell.
The Oswego County Sheriff’s Office has released more information on the home invasion that occurred on County Route 23 in the Town of Constantia on August 9. Sheriff’s Investigators now say that they have arrested two people and charged them for their involvement in the incident.
Oswego police have made several drug-related arrests in the past few days. Suspects have been charged in connection with allegedly transporting, buying and selling drugs in the Port City
The Oswego City Police Department recently made multiple arrests as the result of investigations into area burglaries. Some suspects have been arrested. Other charges are pending.
The driver of the vehicle was found to allegedly be in possession of approximately 1.2 grams of cocaine. Further investigation developed information which led to the search of two residences in the city of Oswego.
On Dec. 3, at about 2:08 p.m., as a result of a “sting operation” conducted by the Oswego City Police Department, three suspects were arrested on felony drug charges.
On Aug. 20, at about 3:10 a.m., Oswego Police were dispatched to a burglary in progress at a West Cayuga Street residence. Subsequently four suspects were charged in connection with the crime.
On April 1 Oswego Police were notified of a suspicious person(s) traveling door to door soliciting the sale of energy. Several individuals were located, and after an investigation were determined to have been violating the cityâ€™s Hawking / Peddling Ordinance.
Following investigative operations geared toward curbing the sale of alcoholic beverages to persons under the age of 21, city police announce the arrests of two people for allegedly selling alcohol to person less than 21 years old. More details are planned at other businesses, police said.