FULTON, NY – On Dec. 1, Fulton Police charged Jared J. Sieber, 33, of Meadowbrook Circle in Fulton, with an assortment of criminal charges following the investigation into a physical domestic dispute.
On December 1, at about 12:30 p.m., it is alleged that Sieber violated a stay-away order of protection issued by Fulton City Court by being at the home of the victim.
Sieber then allegedly grabbed the victim by the neck, pushed her to the floor, and choked the victim until she began to lose consciousness.
Sieber then left the apartment in his white pickup truck prior to police arrival.
Fulton Police officers were able to locate Sieber a short time later, parked in his truck on the Towpath Trail, along the Oswego River’s east side.
Police found Sieber to have allegedly operated his truck while in an intoxicated condition.
Sieber was then taken into custody by police.
During an inventory search of Sieber’s truck, police reportedly found three rifles behind the seat.
One of the rifles, an Izhevsk AK 47, possessed characteristics of an assault weapon (removable magazine with a collapsible stock and a secondary hand pistol grip) and was therefore illegal to possess.
Sieber was charged with the following:
Strangulation 2nd degree – D Felony
Criminal Possession of Weapon 3rd degree – D Felony
Criminal Contempt 1st Degree – E Felony
Criminal Contempt 2nd Degree – class A misdemeanor
Menacing 2nd degree – class A misdemeanor
Unlawful Imprisonment 2nd degree – class A misdemeanor
Driving While Intoxicated
Driving w/ BAC .08% or greater
Sieber was arraigned in Fulton City Court by the Hon. Judge Mirabito and remanded to the Oswego Public Safety Center in lieu of $7,500 cash or $15,000 bond.
Sieber is next scheduled to appear in Fulton City Court on Dec. 9 at 9 a.m.