State police seek public assistance with identifying larceny suspect

State Police in Fulton are seeking the public’s assistance with identifying a suspect in a larceny investigation.

State Police in Fulton are asking for assistance in identifying the pictured female suspect. On September 5, 2017 at approximately 7:42 a.m., the suspect entered the Refuel gas station on State Route 3 in the Town of […]

Schneiderman announces release of firstever biennial report of NYAG Special Investigations and Prosecutions Unit

Biennial Report Released As Part Of A.G. Schneiderman’s Commitment To Transparency

Report Provides Overview Of Cases Assessed By Special Investigations And Prosecutions Unit Under Executive Order No. 147, New Statistical Data, And Other Disclosures

Today, New York Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman announced the release of the Special Investigations and Prosecutions Unit’s first ever […]

Schneiderman announces $800k settlement with Energy Plus

Energy Plus overcharged New Yorkers on energy costs, despite promising savings; many New Yorkers ultimately paid hundreds more per year; Schneiderman’s ongoing investigation into ESCOs has returned $5 million to New Yorkers, offers tips to protect public from unscrupulous ESCOs

As part of a wider investigation into energy service companies, Attorney General Eric Schneiderman today […]

Schneiderman launches formal investigation into Equifax breach

More than 8 million New Yorkers affected by Equifax data breach

Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman issued a consumer alert following the report that Equifax Inc., one of the nation’s three major credit reporting agencies, experienced a massive breach affecting 143 million Americans and more than 8 million New Yorkers.

As part of a formal […]

Sheriff’s Office to host open house to commemorate NYS Sheriff’s Week

John Ball, Acting Sheriff and Undersheriff

Gov. Andrew Cuomo has proclaimed the week of Sept. 17 through 23, 2017, to be Sheriff’s Week in New York state. Sheriff’s Week celebrates the significant contributions made by the office of sheriff in county government and in the statewide criminal justice system.

“The Office of Sheriff is […]

Hastings man arrested following a violent physical domestic incident

On Sept. 11, 2017, the New York State Police arrested Michael P. Mulcahy III, 30, from Hastings, for the following charges:

Rape 1st degree, a class “B” felony Grand Larceny 4th degree, a class “E” felony Criminal Obstruction of Breathing, a class “A” misdemeanor Menacing 2nd degree, a class “A” misdemeanor Unlawful Imprisonment 2nd degree, […]

Oneida Police Department blotter

Sept. 1, 2017

Karen A. McDonald, 52, 6211 E. Hill Rd., Munnsville was charged with aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle in the third degree and failure to obey a traffic control device. Elijah D. Johnson, 22, 404 E. Bloomfield St., Rome was issued a criminal summons for criminal contempt in the second degree. […]

Meth lab operation shut down in early morning raid

An early morning tactical raid on a suspected methamphetamine lab shut down its operations just after 4 AM this morning.

A joint narcotics investigation by Madison County Sheriff’s and City of Oneida Police Investigators led to the execution of a search warrant early Friday morning on Washington Ave in the City of Oneida. When […]

Schneiderman warns against gasoline price gouging following Hurricane Harvey

Reduced Gas Supply Impacts NY; A.G. Urges New Yorkers to Report Potential Consumer Exploitation To His Office

Schneiderman: We’ll Hold Accountable Those Who Capitalize On The Storm At The Expense Of Hardworking New Yorkers

Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman today issued a consumer alert warning both consumers and businesses about gasoline price gouging following Hurricane […]

State Police conduct underage drinking initiative in Madison, Oneida counties

On Friday, Aug. 1, 2017, State Police in Oneida, in conjunction with the NYS Liquor Authority, conducted a check of area businesses in order to determine if those businesses were in compliance with the Alcohol Beverage Control Law. Specifically, the businesses were checked to see if they were selling alcohol to persons under 21 years […]

Schneiderman announces joint $3.5 million settlement with Lenovo

Attorney General Schneiderman today announced that New York has joined with 31 other states in a settlement with technology company Lenovo (United States) Inc. to resolve allegations that the company violated state consumer protection laws by pre-installing software on laptop computers sold to New York consumers that made consumers’ personal information vulnerable to hackers.


Traffic stop leads to drug arrest

Following a traffic stop in the City of Oneida early Sunday morning, Madison County Sheriff’s deputies arrested Cletus Halpin, 51, of Durhamville, and Nicole Campbell, 40, of Oneida.

Halpin was charged with 1 count of Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance in the 7th degree (an A misdemeanor) after the investigation determined he was […]