Lisa Marie Senska was charged with three felonies — criminal possession of a controlled substance, grand larceny and welfare fraud.Ã‚Â She was also charged with a misdemeanor count of unlawful use of a public benefit card.
Police responded to a call of a disturbance at 151 W. 3rd St. S. last night, according to a news release from the department.Ã‚Â While there, police checked for any outstanding warrants on a person who was a guest at the home.
The Oswego County Sheriff’s Department charged William J. Murray, 51, of 285 Route 48, Fulton with petit larceny and making a false written statement. He was ticketed and released on Saturday afternoon.
Fulton police stopped a vehicle whose driver was unlicensed.Ã‚Â Not long after, police made a significant drug selling arrest.
Sheriff’s Deputies on Friday arrested Walter C. Belden, 28, of 3839 Port St., Pulaski. He is charged with first degree rape, first degree criminal sexual act, sex abuse and endangering the welfare of a child. All but the endangering charge are felonies.
Fulton Police are charging two youngsters with vandalizing the play equipment at Voorhees Park in September.
The event will inform participants how to best avoid consumer scams that frequently target seniors, such as sweepstakes, mail orders, and identity theft.
The Oswego County Sheriff’s Department reports that David R. Burger, 22, of 80 Sixth Avenue, Oswego, appeared to be speeding on Route 104 near the Route 34 intersection in Hannibal. The department says a deputy tried to pull Burger’s car over, using the police car’s lights and siren, near the Stock Rd. intersection.
Golf is causing more problems than usual for two Pulaski men.Ã‚Â They’ve been charged with stealing sprinkler heads from a golf course, and one of the men’s accused of stealing two golf carts from a local RV park.
The investigation by the City of Fulton Police Department resulted in the execution of a search warrant at the residence of Jeremy Wayne Collins at 212 West Third Street South, in the City of Fulton. Collins was found to possess approximately 52.1 grams of powder cocaine in 48 separate plastic bags.