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September 23, 2018

Oswego Daily News


Suspect Charged In West Monroe Deadly Assault Case

An arrest has been made in reference to the previously reported death that occurred at 347 Brecheimer Road in the town of West Monroe on Monday. Investigator have charged 33-year-old Mathew R. LeBoeuf of County Route 84, Central Square, with one count of murder in the second degree and one count of Assault in the first degree.

Assault Victim Dies, Investigation Continues

Victim Identified
The Oswego County Sheriff’s Office has released the name of the victim of an assault that occurred Monday at 347 Breckheimer Road, town of West Monroe. The deceased victim has been identified as Robert Diffin, 42, of 347 Breckheimer Road. At about 11:23 a.m. today (September 10), members of the Oswego County Sheriff’s Office were sent to 347 Breckheimer Road in West Monroe to assist emergency medical services. The victims were transported by Menter Ambulance to University Hospital At about 2:25 p.m., one of the victims was pronounced dead.

FitzPatrick Nuclear Plant Refueling Outage Under Way

Operators removed Exelon Generation’s James A. FitzPatrick Nuclear Power Plant from service early this morning (September 10), beginning a planned refueling and maintenance outage that brings more than 1,500 additional workers to the region. The refueling outage will help ensure the plant runs safely and provides consistent, reliable power to the region for another two-year operating cycle.

More EEE and West Nile Virus Found in Mosquitoes

The Oswego County Public Health Department reported that test results received recently indicated new positive results for both the Eastern equine encephalitis and West Nile viruses. The report listed three mosquito pools as positive for EEE, two are located in the Toad Harbor Swamp and one is in the town of Hastings. Two pools were listed as positive for WNV, one in the town of Hastings and the other in the town of Palermo.

Pictured are: Sabine Ingerson, Regional Director at ARISE, Mayor Billy Barlow, Jim Cronk, Peer Advocate at ARISE, and Jim Karasek, Manager of Independent Living Services .at ARISE

Mayor Barlow announces Four Wheelchair Charging Stations Placed in Oswego

Mayor Billy Barlow announced the placement of four wheelchair charging stations throughout the city of Oswego in an effort to better serve those who rely on battery powered wheelchairs and scooters as transportation in the Oswego community. The installation of the charging stations follows a pledge by Mayor Barlow to improve the city of Oswego for people with physical disabilities by improving public space accessibility and offering more accommodations.

In appreciation of Pathfinder Bank’s generous gift, Oswego Health presented bank representatives with a gift. From left, Oswego Health President and CEO Michael Harlovic, Oswego Health Major Gifts Officer Margaret Barclay, Pathfinder Bank EVP and Chief Credit Officer Ron Tascarella, Pathfinder Bank Board of Directors President Chris Burritt, and Oswego Health EVP and COO for Oswego Hospital Jeff Coakley.

Pathfinder Bank Makes Significant Gift To Oswego Health

Pathfinder Bank has contributed a significant gift to Oswego Health, signifying its conviction that the health system is providing the community with access to safe, modern and high-quality medical services and programs. Members of the bank’s board of directors recently voted to support the Oswego Health Foundation with a $250,000 gift.

SUNY Oswego recently welcomed some 1,500 first-year students, a freshman class that may wind up as the college's largest ever.

‘Diverse, Talented’ Class of 2022 Enrolls At SUNY Oswego

As the school year opens, SUNY Oswego is on track to enroll perhaps its largest, most diverse class ever of new first-year students. About 1,500 freshmen — the Class of 2022 — enrolled at Oswego, with more than 96 percent living on campus for the fall semester. More than 530 of these students self-identify from a historically underrepresented group, racially and culturally.

From left are: Ontario County Sheriff and DCJS Accreditation Council Member Philip Povero, Oswego Police Chief Tory L. DeCaire, Oswego Police Lieutenant Charles L. Searor Jr., Oswego Police Lieutenant Craig Bateman, and DCJS Executive Deputy Commissioner Michael Green.

Oswego Police Department Earns Reaccreditation

Mayor Billy Barlow is proud to announce that today (September 6) members of the Oswego City Police Department traveled to the state capital of Albany for a ceremony recognizing the department’s reaccreditation by the New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services. Lieutenant Craig Bateman was also presented with the “John Kimball O’Neil Certificate of Achievement” for serving as the Department’s Accreditation Program Manager.


Mexico Man Arrested For Allegedly Destroying American Flags In Cemetery

State Police said today (September 6) they have arrested Dylan Ackerman, 26, from Mexico, for Criminal Mischief 4th degree (A-misdemeanor), Criminal Tampering 3rd degree (B-misdemeanor) and Trespass (violation). On August 19, State Police responded to 3260 State Route 11 in the town of Mexico for a criminal mischief in progress complaint at the Mapleview Cemetery.

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