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BRANDON L HOMER, DOB 7/4/83, of North Main Street in Earlville, was arrested on 10/24/14 for Felony Violation
of Probation

RYAN W BURTON, DOB 9/14/96, of Oneida Street in Sauquoit, was arrested on 10/26/14 for Unlawful Possession
of Marijauna.

DANIEL F JOHNSON, DOB 5/13/51, of Schoolheimer Road in Canastota, was arrested on 10/21/14 for Grand
Larceny 3rd Degree.

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Oneida Parking Rules Changing on
November 1st, All Night Parking
Restricted
ONEIDA POLICE DEPT PRESS RELEASE

Oneida Police are reminding residents and visitors that starting on November 1st  all night parking is prohibited on
all streets, curbed or uncurbed, and in effect every day of the week. In addition city parking lots and a section
along Freight House Alley are signed for alternate parking in the rows as designated by the signs for the day of
the week. The ban is from 2am to 6 am to prohibit parking longer than 30 minutes. The purpose of this is to allow
for snow removal.   
The New York State Police Will Increase Patrols to
Crackdown on Drunk Driving and Underage
Drinking this Halloween Weekend
STATE POLICE PRESS RELEASE

In an effort to prevent tragedies caused by impaired drivers, the New York State Police will conduct a special
traffic enforcement effort during this Halloween weekend. Troopers will also conduct underage drinker
identification details statewide.

The effort will begin on Thursday, October 30, 2014 and continue through Sunday, November 2, 2014.

Drivers can expect a number of sobriety checkpoints, additional patrols, underage drinking and sales to minor’s
enforcement this weekend.

Superintendent Joseph D’Amico said, “Halloween brings a large number of children walking and riding on our
roadways. Drivers need to be aware of this and to exercise caution. Never drink and drive. Troopers will be out
on our roads to enforce the traffic laws, to promote driver safety and to prevent a tragedy from happening.”

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports that nationwide, Halloween is a particularly deadly
night due to the high number of impaired drivers on the roads.

During last year’s initiative there were more than 1,300 accidents, more than 200 of which resulted in someone
being injured. Six people were killed.  Troopers also arrested 324 people for DWI and issued more than 21,000
tickets for speeding, distracted driving and other traffic violations.