The police department reports that Sunday evening, someone alleged that their car had been stolen during the day. At 10:07 p.m., a Fulton police officer spotted the vehicle on S. First St. near Rochester St. and tried to get the driver to pull over.
Two Fulton men got caught in a police sting operation aimed at cutting down on underage drinking, police allege.
Police allege an undercover teenager approached the men outside of local stores and asked them to buy alcohol for them.
Fulton Police say the Byrne Dairy at Route 3 and Emery St. was robbed early Wednesday morning.
Police report that a clerk at the store was robbed by a man who said he had a weapon but did not show it.Â It happened at about 3:30 a.m.
Story updated 11:10 a.m. with store camera photos of the suspect.
Last Friday, Fulton Police sent people under 21 years old into 17 Fulton businesses to try to buy alcohol.
The good news: 13 stores, liquor stores and bars said no.
The bad news: 4 said yes.
The law says it is illegal – and very dangerous – to pass a stopped school bus when the red lights located on top of the bus are flashing. You must stop whether you are approaching the school bus from the front or overtaking it from the rear. You must always stop for flashing red lights, even on divided highways and on school grounds.
A Fulton man who got into a fight at home ran off before police could talk to him, according to police.Ã‚Â He came home later and locked police out of the home for several hours.
Arigo is a decorated police veteran, having received multiple Honorable Service awards as well as Mayoral Commendations for his outstanding service to the department and community.
AAA Western and Central New York has recognized the Fulton Police Department for its continued success in AAAÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s Community Traffic Safety Program. AAAÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s Platinum Award was presented to Police Chief Orlo Green and Sergeant Joseph Pappalardo today in Fulton.