The driver, Deanna J. Wettering, 35, of Fulton, was found to allegedly be in possession of several prescription pills without a valid prescription, including Adderall, Lyrica, and clonazepam. The vehicle’s passenger, Kristina R. Serio, 33, also of Fulton, was found to be in possession of Adderall and hydrocodone pills without a prescription, as well as heroin, police said.
The recent Oswego Community Neighborhood Watch Program meeting provided an update on the city’s nuisance abatement ordinance. Nearly two dozen people attended the informational session at Oswego Library.According to coordinator Betty Gray, the more people know about the ordinance, the more they will be able to help police enforce it.
Over the past couple of weeks, the Fulton Police Department has investigated a number of complaints in which residents have reported allowing subjects into their homes, later discovering that items have been stolen. Initial reports show that the subjects are targeting the elderly.
An Oswego resident and a Scriba resident were recently charged in connection with ongoing drug investigations. The two arrests, police said, aren’t related.
She was found to allegedly be in possession of 1.5 grams of crack cocaine, which she intended to sell in the area.
On Wednesday, at approximately 6:09 a.m., the Oswego City Police Department Anti Crime Team, with the assistance of agents from the United States Border Patrol, executed a narcotics related search warrant at the residence of a Scriba man. On Aug. 29, they arrested a Fulton man on drug charges as well.
Police located the suspect in a Mexico motel room along with the victim. Further investigation determined that at approximately 3:56 a.m. on Friday, he had arrived at the victim’s residence in the city of Oswego, where he had engaged in sexual intercourse with the victim by forcible compulsion.
On Aug. 14, at about 3:42 a.m., Oswego Police responded to robbery which had been reported on East Bridge Street in the area of East Third Street. A suspect was arrested Friday.
The victim accepted a ride from a man that she had just met. He was supposed to take her home, but allegedly took her to a secluded area and sexually assaulted her.
On Monday, members of the Oswego City Police Department’s Anti-Crime Team (ACT), acting on information developed as a result of on-going drug investigations, arrested two men for sale of a controlled substance and one man for possession of controlled substances with intent to sell.