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MICHAEL P EIGHMEY, DOB 3/11/95, of State Route 173 in Chittenango, was arrested on 7/19/14 for Misdemeanor
Violation of Probation.

JAMES M VECCHIARELLI JR, DOB 8/5/91, of Lincklaen Street in Cazenovia, was arrested on 7/18/14 for Unlawful
Possession of Marijuana.

HEATHER L HILLEGUS, DOB 6/8/82, of Legion Drive in North Syracuse, was arrested on 7/16/14 for Failure to
Appear in Court.

CASEY P GRIFFIN, DOB 8/31/89, of West Road in Oneida, was arrested on 7/21/14 for Failure to Obey a Police
Officer, Unlawful Possession of Marijuana, and other traffic violations.

SARA L BRIGGS, DOB 9/5/85, of North Broad Street in Oneida, was arrested on 7/18/14 for Felony Violation of
Probation.

ALICIA R CROSSWAY, DOB 2/27/94, of West Main Street in Mohawk, was arrested on 7/15/14 for Failure to Appear
in Court.

WILLIAM E PIERCE, DOB 5/2/65, of North Main Street in Earlville, was arrested on 7/15/14 for Felony Violation of
Probation.

STEVEN A POTOCKI JR, DOB 9/25/81, of Acee Road in Whitesboro, was arrested on 7/20/14 for Criminal Mischief
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Annual Peterboro Hometown Day Will Be Held on
Sunday July 27th, Event Will Benefit the
Smithfield Volunteer Fire Department
The small fire house in Peterboro now shows little evidence of its recent national attention and the magnitude of
the heroic, life-threatening service given by the Smithfield Volunteer Fire Department during recent tragedies in
the Town of Smithfield.  But the fire house will soon be bustling once again as the fire department serves its
community in yet another way – by bringing it together in celebration of its hometown. Peterboro has much to
remember this Hometown Day: the mourning of its losses and the recognition of its blessings.

The Annual Peterboro Hometown Day will be held in Peterboro on Sunday, July 27. The day will start at
8:30 a.m. with free coffee and donuts for community members at the Gerrit Smith Estate National Historic
Landmark. Free activities and exhibits will open On-the-Green at 10:00 a.m. and continue to 4 p.m. The Deli on
the Green will open at 11:00 and close at 7:00. The Fire Department chicken barbecue will be ready at noon and
sold until it is gone. The Crystal Kay Dancers will perform at 1:00 p.m. The Gerrit Smith Estate National Historic
Landmark, the National Abolition Hall of Fame and Museum, and the Peterboro Mercantile will open with free
admission at 1:00, and the Peterboro Area Museum will open at 2 p.m.

At 6:45 p.m. the Peterboro United Methodist Church will begin serving pie and ice cream on the lawn in front of
the Peterboro Area Museum and the Canastota Community Band Concert will follow on the lawn at 7:00 p.m. with
the Smithfield Volunteer Fire Department announcements throughout the evening.

For more information contact ChetReeves1964@hotmail.com. (Crafters and vendors, please contact Crystal
Farrar at 315-684-9511.)

If ever there were a year to bring families to Peterboro and lawn chairs to the concert, 2014 is the year!
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