Schneiderman announces settlement with Long Island non-profit to end race-based housing discrimination

Attorney General’s Investigation Found That German American Settlement League Historically Excluded Individuals Of Non-White And Non-German Heritage – Violating Federal, State, And Local Laws

GASL Will Overhaul Its Policies To End Discrimination Against Individuals On The Basis Of Race Or Origin And Comply With All Non-Profit And Fair Housing Laws; Replace Its President And […]

State Police are investigating a homicide in Jefferson County

State Police in Watertown are investigating a shooting that occurred shortly after 1 am this morning at a residence in the Town of Pamelia, Jefferson County.

Troopers responded to 28764 State Route 37 for a reported person shot inside the residence. Tyler J. Johnson, 20, who resided at that residence, was found in a bedroom […]

Schneiderman announces $4.19 million in settlements with six companies

Says vendors illegally purchased and resold hundreds of thousands of tickets to concerts and other New York events

Five of the companies regularly used illegal bots to procure tickets for sale on secondary market; one broker purchased 1,012 tickets to a U2 concert at Madison Square Garden in one minute

Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman […]

Oneida Police Department blotter

May 5, 2017:

Samuel J. Baye, 19, 426 Sconondoa St. was issued an appearance ticket for criminal mischief 4th degree. Curtis J. Wilson Jr., 21, 150 Madison St. was arrested on a bench warrant on an original charge of disorderly conduct alleging that he failed to pay a fine. He was arraigned in Oneida City […]

Speeding driver charged with DWI in Verona

Oneida-based state police charged a Utica man with DWI after stopping him for speeding in Verona early Saturday morning.

At approximately 2:20 a.m. May 13, Troopers Mackenzie Werenczak and Andrew Lipuma observed a 2010 Ford Mustang traveling eastbound on State Route 365 in Verona at 86 mph in a 55-mph zone.

The troopers stopped the […]

Police investigate fatal industrial accident in Herkimer County

On May 13, 2017, at approximately 9:28 a.m., a worker from Cook Fence Company, located at 7450 West St., Newport, was unloading bundles of fence from a flatbed trailer utilizing a forklift.

As the worker unloaded from one side of the truck, another bundle fell off the other side of the trailer and onto the […]

Utica pair arrested for possessing multiple counterfeit items

Cory Robinson

Stephen A. Robinson

On May 7, 2017, at approximately 10 p.m., State Police stopped a vehicle on I-87, in the Town of Coxsackie for a moving violation.

During the interviewing of the driver for the moving violation the Trooper was able to establish probable cause to search the vehicle. Upon […]

Traffic stop in Syracuse leads to drug possession charges for passengers

Edward Baker, Jr.

Tiffany Rothrock

State Police arrested passengers Tiffany L. Rothrock, age 33, from 52 Kingdom Road, Oswego NY, and Edward J. Baker Jr., age 38, from 122 Dickerson Street, Syracuse NY, on several drug possession charges following traffic stop.

On Thursday May 11, 2017, State Police stopped […]

State Police investigate a three-vehicle crash

State Police in Marcy are investigating a three-vehicle crash that occurred shortly before 3 p.m. on River Road in the town of Marcy.

A 2014 Buick, operated by Bernadette W. Millett, 84, of New Hartford, was exiting a parking lot on the south side of River Road turning west onto River Road when she entered […]

Schneiderman joins coalition of 20 attorneys general in calling for independent special counsel

Action follows Trump’s firing of FBI Director James Comey

Today, New York Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman joined a coalition of 20 attorneys general in calling for the immediate appointment of an independent special counsel to investigate Russian interference in the presidential election.

The letter, sent to the U.S. Department of Justice’s Deputy Attorney General […]

Sheriff welcomes new correction officers

Pictured from left are Undersheriff John Ball; academy graduates Michael Sanders of Munnsville, Eric Lapier of Oneida, Timothy Janczuk of Hamilton, Joseph Excell of Sherburne and Rachel Edinger of Morrisville; and Lieutenant Jon Black and Captain Timothy Flynn.

A graduation ceremony held Wednesday, May 10, marked the successful completion of the Oneida County Correction […]

Felony DWI charged following Lenox traffic stop; crash leads to DWI charge at Turning Stone Casino

Sullivan based state police charged a Canastota woman with felony DWI following a traffic stop for speeding Wednesday evening.

At approximately 9:05 p.m. on May 10, Trooper Steven Fountain stopped a 2008 Toyota for driving 70mph in a 55mph zone on State Route 31 in the Town of Lenox.

While speaking with the driver, Amber […]