BLOTTER: State Police Troop D

Madison County man arrested for assault following a stabbing incident

On April 26, 2019, at approximately 6 a.m., state police in Morrisville responded to a reported stabbing at 2853 Woodman Pond Road in Eaton.

Prior to patrol’s arrival, a 34-year-old male was transported by private vehicle to Community Memorial Hospital of Hamilton for a stab wound to the stomach. A suspect, later identified as Michael Reaume, 38, of Woodman Pond Road, Eaton, fled the scene into a heavily wooded area.

Responding patrols established a perimeter and requested state police K9s respond to the scene. Following a lengthy search, Reaume was taken into custody after he was seen walking in the area of Route 20 in the town of Madison. He was transported by ambulance to Community Memorial Hospital of Hamilton for lacerations to his left arm, sustained during the earlier altercation.

Reaume was charged with second-degree assault (a class D felony), fourth-degree criminal possession of a weapon (a class A misdemeanor) and two counts of endangering the welfare of a child (a class A misdemeanor).

Watertown man arrested for violating an order of protection

State Police arrested Bryan C. Walsemann, 36, of Watertown, for first-degree criminal contempt, a class E felony.

Walsemann is charged with violating an order of protection by calling and sending text messages to the protected party. He was arraigned in Pamelia Town Court and remanded to Jefferson County Jail on $2,000 cash bail or $4,000 bail bond.

State police seek public assistance with identifying individual in surveillance photo

State police are attempting to identify an individual captured on store surveillance cameras at the Wal-Mart store in Rome April 27, 2019.

The female suspect was seen walking out of the store with $917.12 worth of unpaid merchandise in a shopping cart, before immediately entering the store a second time and exiting with $441.21 worth of unpaid merchandise.

If anyone recognizes the woman in the surveillance photo, they are asked to contact state police at 315.366.6000. All calls can remain anonymous.

Oneida man arrested on robbery warrant after traffic stop

On April 25, 2019, state police arrested Craig J. Erick, Jr., 28, of Oneida, for second-degree bail jumping (a class E felony), first-degree aggravated unlicensed operation (a class E felony) and second-degree criminal impersonation (a class A misdemeanor).

Erick was operating a 1996 Dodge pickup truck on I-690 in the town of Geddes when troopers stopped him for a traffic violation. During the traffic stop, it was determined that he provided false information to the trooper.

When questioned further, Erick confided that he provided the name of his brother and that his true name was Craig Erick. A state Department of Motor Vehicles inquiry revealed that Erick had a revoked non-driver ID with 17 scoffs on 13 dates (first-degree AUO).

Additionally, He was wanted on a bench warrant for third-degree robbery out of Suffolk County from 2016.

Following arrest processing, Erick was transported to the Onondaga County Justice Center pending arraignment.

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