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DAVID M CAMPBELL, DOB 8/5/82, of Seneca Street in Oneida, was arrested on 5/23 15 for Failure to Appear in
Court and Unlawful Possession of Marijuana.

HAROLD D BAUCUS JR, DOB 2/6/81, of Bennett Street in Oneida, was arrested on 5/23/15 for Driving While
Intoxicated and other traffic violations.

KENNETH D MOWERS, DOB 10/25/67, of Lincklaen Street in DeRuyter, was arrested on 5/19/15 for Harassment
2nd Degree (Physical Contact).

LESLIE T MARLAND, DOB 11/10/72, of State Route 12 in Hamilton, was arrested on 5/20?15 for Unlawful
Possession of Marijuana.

HEATHER R CAST, DOB 8/9/93, of State Route 31 in Canastota, was arrested on 5/25/15 for Disorderly Conduct.

CHRISTOPHER T BUSEK, DOB 2/12/90, of State Route 31 in Canastota, was arrested on 5/25/15 for Assault 3rd

CHELSEA A JANES, DOB 3/27/92, of Reber Road in Rome, was arrested on 5/24/15 for Trespass.

JAMES A GRAHAM II, DOB 10/24/94, of Carey Road in Hamilton, was arrested on 5/19/15 for Possession of
Contraband in Prison.

UPDATED 5/26/2015        
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New York State Police Release Results
of Memorial Day Weekend DWI

The New York State Police today released the results of the Memorial Day weekend enforcement initiative that
targeted impaired drivers. Troopers also targeted distracted driving, speeding, as well as violations of New York’s
move over and seat belt laws.

During this initiative, which occurred from May 22 through May 25, the New York State Police issued a total of
12,082 tickets.

Troopers arrested 187 people for DWI over Memorial Day weekend. Numerous sobriety checkpoints were
conducted across the state and more than 5,500 vehicles passed through. Other tickets included:

Speeding: 3,597 tickets

Child restraint/seatbelt violations: 2,932 tickets

Distracted driving: 381 tickets

Move Over law violations: 125 tickets

Troopers investigated a total of 726 accidents, compared to last year’s 690. Of these accidents, 192 people were
injured and seven people were killed.
Madison County Sheriff Allen Riley Named
Chairman of the New York State Victim
Advisory Board

(Albany) The Executive Board of New York State Sheriffs' Institute recently appointed Madison County
Sheriff Allen Riley to serve as Chairman of The New York State Victim Advisory Board.
Sheriff Riley's first official duty as Chairman was to preside over the Ninth Annual New York Statewide
Conference on Victim Notification in Albany, NY on April 22, 2015. Over 100 professionals attended the
conference representing law enforcement, probation, victim advocate groups, and correction facilities from
around New York State.

Riley stated “I am honored to be appointed to this board and work with the fine representatives who work tirelessly
for victim rights and services every day in our State.” “Crime victims need and sometimes want resources and
assistance, as well as timely and accurate offender information to proactively ensure their personal safety and
that of their families. I applaud the efforts of this Board.”

“Victims have their basic human rights of fairness, dignity, and respect stripped away during a crime,” Sheriff Riley
explained. “And for many of them, programs already in place help restore these rights by keeping victims informed
and involved in their cases.” Riley continued by stating “these programs are one piece of a victim’s overall safety
plan, ensuring that they are informed of their offender’s status. It is essential that a victim works with both law
enforcement and the Victim Advocate in building a solid plan. Our message to all victims of crime is you are not

The first program, the New York Sheriffs Victim Hotline (, addresses the right for crime victims
to be notified when the offender who harmed them is released from jail or prison. The Sheriffs’ Victim Hotline gives
victims and, other concerned citizens, around-theclock access to the custody status of offenders in jail and
provides automated telephone or email notification to registered victims when an inmate is released. VINE was
created in 1994 following the murder of Mary Byron in Louisville, Kentucky. She and her parents had asked to be
notified when Mary’s ex-boyfriend was released from jail. They were never told that he was released, and
he murdered Mary on her 21st birthday as she was leaving her place of employment.

In 2014, almost 2.8 million crime victims searched the VINE Database, using either the toll free number (1-888-
VINE-4-NY), the VINEMobile app, the Sheriffs Mobile Patrol App (both available for IPhone and Android), or the
website ( Also in 2014, over 100,000 crime victims received notification of a change in their
offender’s status either by phone or email. It was anticipated that the addition of the text messaging option would
result in even more crime victims receiving timely notification of vital offender information, and so far, these are
the results being achieved. “I welcome any resource for crime victims, as my office continues to seek ways to
better serve the public safety needs of the citizens of Madison County,” said Riley.

The second, the SAVIN-NY Order of Protection Notification Program (, allows individuals who
have been granted Family Court orders of protection to register to receive alerts when those orders are served.
SAVINNY was created because the period of time immediately following the service of orders of protection can be
particularly dangerous for victims, as offenders can be more violent during a time of separation. SAVIN-NY allows
registered victims to receive notifications of service 24 hours a day, seven days a week, via text message, e-mail,
fax, automated phone call, web query or iAlertz, a free application for the iPhone or iPad.

The Sheriffs' Victim Advisory Board was created in the year 2000 to provide guidelines and direction to the New
York Sheriffs Victim Hotline Program (VINE).

For additional information about the New York Sheriffs’ Victim Hotline and SAVINNY Order of Protection Program,
contact the Madison County Sheriff’s Office at (315) 366-2318, or visit www.madisoncounty.ny.
Farmers’ Market at Cottage Lawn in
Oneida opens June 2nd

The 1st Annual Farmers’ Market at Cottage Lawn is set to open June 2nd on the grounds of the Madison County
Historical Society located at 435 Main Street in Oneida. The historical society’s headquarters, Cottage Lawn, built
in 1849, embodies the picturesque Gothic Revival architectural style and provides for the perfect backdrop for the
market. Cottage Lawn is located on Main Street (Route 46) a mile North of Route 5 in the City of Oneida and is
centrally located to neighboring towns within a 20 mile radius.

The market, open every Tuesday from 3- 7 pm and set to run through October 20, will feature fresh local,
seasonal produce, pastured meats, cheeses, dog treats, honey, maple products, soaps, wood fired breads,
herbs, coffee beans, baked goods and much more from 21 vendors.
Marlene Parlow, Trustee of Madison County Historical Society, organizer of the market, and one of its vendors, is
very excited to introduce the farmers’ market to the community on behalf of the board of trustees of the historical
society.  The market’s motto is “where families and farmers meet” that offers a great opportunity for a
conversation between families and farmers to learn where our food comes from and how we can strive to make
healthy food choices.  

The following are participating in the market: Heartstone Bakery from Alambria Springs Farm; Cakes and Other
Goodies; Catering with Care; Cooks Maple Products; Creative Shepherd Farm; Drover Hill Farm; Farm Fairhaven;
FoJo Beans; Food and Ferment; Foothill Hops Farm; Full Circle Feed Doggy Treats; Hunka Foods; Hive
Botanicals; Kriemhild Dairy; Happy Pasture Farm; Hippy Love Granola; Primo and Mary’s Heritage Products
(Salsa & Pesto);Rainforest Spice Company; Red Fox Jams and Jellies; Sweet Indulgence Bakery; Hughes Farm
Produce and Fruit.

There are many exciting things planned throughout the 19 week run of the market from: cooking demonstrations;
game of croquet on the grounds; direct sales day; and crafters joining the market. For more information and
weekly updates, please go to our Facebook page-Farmers’ Market at Cottage Lawn and while you are there,
please like our page! We hope you will join us at the Farmers’ Market at Cottage Lawn, every Tuesday, June 2-
October 20 to shop local, enjoy a game of croquet, and tour Cottage Lawn! If you are a farmer or vendor with the
finest and freshest locally grown produce and quality goods and would like to participate in our market, please
contact-Madison County Historical Society at 315-363-416, or via email- or for an application.