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September 19, 2018

Parish Man Allegedly Left Disabled Person Unattended In Van


OSWEGO – On Thursday (March 15) at 12:33 p.m., Brad T. McAuslan, 33, of 19 Lacasse Road, Parish, was arrested for first-degree endangering the welfare of a incompetent or physically disable person, a class E felony.

 Brad T. McAuslan

Brad T. McAuslan

The arrest stems from an investigation conducted by the New York State Justice Center when McAuslan allegedly left the victim who has been deemed physically disabled, unattended in a transport van, secured in place with no way to exit the vehicle in case of emergency while McAuslan entered a business in the city of Fulton and consumed an alcoholic beverage in the men’s room on June 8, 2017.

McAuslan is scheduled to answer the charge on 3/22/18 in the City of Fulton Court.

At the same time, McAuslan was arrested for three counts of petit larceny, a class A misdemeanor following the investigation into incidents that occurred between 6/26/17 and 7/2/17 at a business in the town of Mexico where he allegedly stole consumable goods.

He is scheduled to answer the charge on 3/20/18 in the Town of Mexico Court.

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