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Department Arrest Information
JEFFERY SCHIAVETTA, DOB 10/12/93, of West Railroad Street in Oneida, was arrested on 1/30/16 for
Misdemeanor Violation of Probation.

GARY F RUSSELL, DOB 8/13/72, of Willow Place in Verona, was arrested on 1/27/16 for Violation of the
Family Court Act.

GEORGE C ANDERSON, DOB 8/29/60, of Davis Corners Road in Smithfield, was arrested on 1/30/16 for
Criminal Possession of a Weapon 4th Degree.

BRADLEY D JONES, DOB 2/18/53, of Genesee Street in Oneida, was arrested on 1/27/16 for Failure to
Appear in Court.

DYLAN R DAVIS, DOB 7/8/92, of Canal Street in Durhamville, was arrested on 1/29/16 for Unlawful Possession
of Marijuana.

MIGUEL V GONZALEZ, DOB 5/5/96, of Lincoln Avenue in Remsen, was arrested on 1/31/16 for Resisting
Arrest and Obstructing Governmental Administration 2nd Degree.

JONATHAN E PHILLIPS, DOB 10/22/79, of Lincklean Road in Cazenovia, was arrested on 1/28/16 for
Aggravated Unlicensed Operation 3rd Degree and other traffic violations.

ANDREW T TOOLE, DOB 12/4/90, of Erieville Road in Erieville, was arrested on 1/27/16 for Driving While
Intoxicated.

KAYLE M MEADE, DOB 9/20/91, of North Court Street in Canastota, was arrested on 1/17/16 for Criminal
Possession of Controlled Substance 7th Degree.

PATRICK S RYAN, DOB 9/22/53, of Richmond Circle in Chittenango, was arrested on 1/30/16 for Obstructing
Governmental Administration 2nd Degree.

JASON J BUSKEY, DOB 3/24/75, of Wilson Cove Road in Canastota, was arrested on 1/27/16 for Grand
Larceny 4th Degree, Computer Trespass, and Harassment 2nd Degree (Physical Contact).


UPDATED: 2/1/2016
Madison County Deputies
Arrest Two Syracuse Men on
Drug Charges
  Khalil Barnett               JasonCurry
MCSO PRESS RELEASE

(Sullivan)  Madison County Sheriff’s Office Narcotics Investigators arrested Khalil H. Barnett, 23, of Syracuse
on Wednesday, February 3rd.  Barnett was charged with Criminal Possession of a Narcotic Drug with intent to
sell in the 3rd Degree (B Felony) and Criminal Sale of a Controlled Substance in the 3rd Degree (B Felony).

Barnett was arraigned in the Town of Sullivan Court and is currently held on $25,000 cash or secured bail bond
at the Madison County Jail.

Also arrested was
Jason L. Curry, 33, of Syracuse.  Curry was charged with Conspiracy in the 4th Degree (E
Felony) and released with an appearance ticket.

Both are scheduled to answer these charges at a later date.

If you have crime tips or narcotics information, you can contact Madison County Sheriff’s Office confidential tip
line at (315) 366-2429.
Troopers Report Chittenango Man
Stopped for Speeding Charged With
Driving While Intoxicated
STATE POLICE PRESS RELEASE

Sullivan based state police arrested a Chittenango man for DWI after stopping him for speeding in the Village of
Chittenango Thursday evening.

At approximately 11:10 p.m. on February 4, Trooper Nathan Parrino was patrolling on Route 5 in the Village of
Chittenango when he observed a 2014 GMC Sierra pickup truck travelling eastbound on Route 5 at a high rate of
speed, then slow and turn into the Yellow Brick Road Casino parking lot.  The pickup drove through the parking
lot in a reckless manner, then returned to Route 5.  As the pickup truck was travelling west on Route 5, Trooper
Parrino caught up to the truck and determined it was travelling at 88 mph in a 45 mph zone.  Trooper Parrino
activated his emergency lights and stopped the truck on Tom Tom Street.  The driver of the vehicle, identified as
Anthony B. Armstrong, age 51, of Dyke, Rd, Chittenango, admitted to drinking alcoholic beverages earlier in the
evening and field sobriety tests determined that he was intoxicated. Armstrong was taken into custody for DWI
and transported to the state police satellite office in Sullivan for processing, where a breath test determined that
Armstrong's blood alcohol content was .18%.  Further investigation revealed that Armstrong's truck had collided
with a car in the Yellow Brick Road Casino parking lot and fled the scene prior to being stopped.  Armstrong was
issued traffic tickets for DWI, Aggravated DWI with a BAC of .18% or greater, Speeding, Leaving the scene of a
property damage accident and several other traffic violations.  He is scheduled to appear in the Village of
Chittenango Court on February 17, 2016.
State Police Announce DWI
Enforcement During Super Bowl
Weekend
STATE POLICE PRESS RELEASE

The New York State Police and local law enforcement agencies statewide will crack down on impaired driving
during Super Bowl weekend from Saturday, February 6 until midnight, February 8. The STOP-DWI campaign will
include underage drinking enforcement, along with increased patrols and sobriety checkpoints to deter, identify,
and arrest impaired drivers.

While STOP-DWI efforts across New York have led to significant reductions in the number of drinking and driving
fatalities, too many lives are still being lost because of crashes caused by impaired drivers. During the 2015
campaign, State Police made 31 impaired driving arrests and issued more than 1,000 tickets. Additionally, county
crackdowns resulted in more than 100 DWI and DWAI arrests, five DWAI drug-only arrests, 82 other arrests, and
nearly 1,100 tickets being issued.

The campaign will be promoted on various message boards on highways across the state, including the New
York State Thruway. The enforcement initiative is funded by the Governor’s Traffic Safety Committee.

State Police Superintendent Joseph A. D’Amico said, “Make the winning decision on Super Bowl weekend and
don’t get behind the wheel if you’ve been drinking. Driving while impaired can result in tragic consequences for
you, your passengers and others on the road. State Police will be visible this weekend looking for drunk drivers,
and if you make the wrong choice, odds are that you will be arrested.”

An impaired driving conviction carries a maximum fine of $10,000, up to seven years in prison and license
revocation.

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, in 2014, 9,967 people in the U.S. were killed in
crashes involving a driver with a BAC of .08 or higher – 31 percent of total traffic fatalities for the year. Drivers
should remember that they are putting not only their lives, but the lives of others, in jeopardy when they choose to
drink and drive: NHTSA reports that of the traffic fatalities among children 14 and younger in 2014, 19 percent
occurred in alcohol-impaired driving crashes.

If you are hosting, designate a responsible driver in advance to help your guests get home safely.
• Ask all of your guests to designate their sober drivers ahead of time, or help them arrange ride-sharing with
sober drivers. If you don’t drink, offer to drive guests home.
• Serve plenty of food and non-alcoholic beverages at the party.
• Stop serving alcohol at the end of the third quarter—this is a good time to serve coffee and dessert.
• Sign up online for a ride sharing service and keep the phone numbers of local cab companies on hand and
take the keys away from any guests who are thinking of driving after drinking.
• Remember, if you serve a guest alcohol and he or she gets in a crash that night, you could be held liable.
• If an underage person drinks and drives, the parent or guardian can be legally liable for any damage, injury or
death caused by the underage driver.