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Reports Arrests
THERESA M HARVEY, DOB 9/8/89, of Center Street in Canastota, was arrested on 8/11/14 for Failure to
Appear in Court.


ROBERT E BROWELL, DOB 4/9/79, of Isbella Lane in Eaton, was arrested on 8/17/14 for Harassment
2nd Degree (Physical Contact), Criminal Mischief 3rd Degree, and Resisting Arrest.


DAVID M MAHONEY, DOB 5/1/69, of Kossuth Street in Rome, was arrested on 8/16/14 for Driving While
Intoxicated, Drinking Alcohol in a Motor Vehicle, and other traffic violations.


ALEXANDER D SMITH, DOB 5/17/96, of Augusta Solsville Road in Oriskany Falls, was arrested on 8/14/14 for
Unlawful Possession of Marijuana and Speeding.


MICHAEL J BARILLA, DOB 12/3/73, of State Route 20 in Nelson, was arrested on 8/14/14 for Assault
3rd Degree and Criminal Obstruction  of Breathing or Blood Circulation.


STEPHEN EPOLITO, DOB 7/20/79, of Emerson Avenue in Syracuse, was arrested on 8/12/14 for
Criminal Mischief 4th Degree.


MICHELLE A ROHLOFF, DOB 11/8/87, of Grampian Road in Liverpool, was arrested on 8/11/14 for
Failure to Pay a Fine.

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State Police Announce Participation in
National “Drunk Driving, Drive Sober or
Get Pulled Over” Crackdown
STATE POLICE PRESS RELEASE

The New York State Police will again participate in a national crackdown, “Drunk Driving, Drive Sober or Get
Pulled Over Campaign.” The enforcement period begins on August 15 and will run through September 1, 2014.

Labor Day weekend traditionally results in heavy traffic volumes throughout the state.  Unfortunately, this
increased flow of traffic brings with it, increased accidents, serious injuries and fatalities.

Since the holiday weekend is marked by increased travel and alcohol consumption, law enforcement officials
across the country have chosen to jointly participate in the campaign.
The State Police goal is to maximize DWI enforcement efforts to ensure motorists are not needlessly injured or
killed by an intoxicated or drug impaired driver during this time.

Superintendent Joseph A. D'Amico said, "Our goal during this campaign is to step up our enforcement efforts to
ensure we can take intoxicated and drug impaired drivers off our roadways before they injure or kill other
motorists and their passengers. Year-round our members work to reduce drunk driving crashes and promote
traffic safety. We can always do more to make our roads safer for New Yorkers.”

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, drunk driving kills more than 10,000 people every
year. On average in 2012, one person was killed every 51 minutes in an alcohol-impaired driving crash.

Drivers can expect to see sobriety checkpoints during the campaign, along with more troopers on major highways
during this detail. Unmarked patrol vehicles will also be on patrol.

In addition to the DWI checkpoints and patrols, Troopers will also be watching for distracted or impaired drivers,
vehicle occupants who are not properly buckled up, and drivers that are violating the “Move Over Law.”

Over Labor Day Weekend 2013, the State Police made 180 DWI arrests and issued more than 9,000 traffic
tickets.
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State Police Seek Public's
Assistance with Larceny
Investigation
STATE POLICE PRESS RELEASE

(Oneida, NY - August 16, 2014) - State Police in Oneida are investigating the theft of 3 All-Terrain Vehicles from
a business located at 5946 Rome-Taberg Road in the City of Rome.

The following were stolen from the business sometime during the overnight hours:  a 2011 Yamaha Raptor,
a 2012 Sportsman 500 HO and 2013 Honda TRX 400X.  It appears all three were driven from the scene by way
of a snowmobile trail located behind the business.

If anyone has information regarding the stolen ATV’s, they are asked to contact State Police in Oneida at
(315) 366-6000.  All calls will be kept confidential.
Troopers Investigate Fatal
Motorcycle Accident on the NYS
Thruway in the Town of Lenox
STATE POLICE PRESS RELEASE

On August 16, 2014 at 9:42 PM, State Police responded to a personal injury motor vehicle accident involving a
single motorcycle that occurred off the eastbound lane of the New York State Thruway at MPM 264.4 in the
Town of Lenox, Madison County.

The investigation revealed John G. Didden Jr, age 60, of Canastota NY, was operating a 2012 Harley Davidson
motorcycle when he lost control for unknown reason.  The motorcycle overturned on the paved shoulder of the
roadway ejecting the operator and passenger, Carol E. Didden, age 60, of Canastota NY.  John Didden was
transported by Greater Lenox Ambulance (GLAS) to Upstate Medical University where he is listed in critical
condition.  Carol Didden was pronounced dead at the scene.  The scene was reconstructed and the investigation
is continuing.

State Police were assisted at the scene by the Canastota Fire & Rescue as well as Thruway Authority personnel
who were called in to assist with lighting and traffic control during the investigation.