The Seneca County Sheriff’s Office reports, on September 25th, 2018 at approximately 10:30AM, Investigators arrested Joseph A. Fenton, age 39, of Ithaca, NY. It is alleged that Fenton possessed Buprenorphine, also known as Suboxone, after a traffic stop in the Village of Waterloo. Fenton was charged with Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance in the seventh degree, Possession of a Controlled Substance in a Non-Original Container and Speed in Zone- 60MPH in a 30MPH zone. Fenton was held at the Seneca County Jail awaiting arraignment.
Seneca Co. Sheriff Tim Luce reports that Deputies and Investigators arrested the following people:
Laurie M. Foulkrod,45, Christopher T. Brinson, 32, both of 1263 Gassner Rd., Waterloo and Austin T. Wheeler, 21, of 712 S. Main St. Newark New York.
Investigators charged Wheeler with one count each of Conspiracy 4th(E Felony), Grand Larceny 3rd(D Felony), Forgery 2nd(D Felony), Forgery 1st(C Felony), Possession of a Forged Instrument 2nd(D Felony), Possession of a Forged Instrument 1st (C Felony) and Identity Theft 1st(D Felony).
Foulkrod was charged with one count each of Grand Larceny 3rd(D Felony) and Conspiracy 4th(E Felony).
Brinson was charged with one count each of Grand Larceny 3rd(D Felony), Conspiracy 4th(E Felony) and Criminal Facilitation 4th(A misdemeanor).
It is alleged that on 8/23/18 while Wheeler, Foulkrod and Brinson were residing at 1263 Gassner Rd. in the Town of Waterloo, they conspired to sell a 2003 Cadillac Escalade that did not belong to them. During the course of the sale, Wheeler forged several documents as someone other that himself as he was claiming to be one of the titled owners of the vehicle. Brinson posted the ad on Facebook Marketplace leading to the Criminal Facilitation charge. The vehicle was sold for $4000. The vehicle was reported stolen and later recovered by investigators on 9/10/18.
All three were arraigned on 9/20/18 in the Central Arraignment Court at the Law Enforcement Center in front of Justice Struzyk. Foulkrod was released on her own recognizance while Wheeler and Brinson were held without bail due to prior felony convictions. They will appear in the Town of Waterloo Court for a felony hearing in the near future.
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Seneca County Sheriff announces release of public safety mobile app
September 21 – (Romulus, NY) Seneca County Sheriff, Timothy Luce, announces the release of a new iPhone and Android mobile app as a service to the community. The app is available for the public as a free download from the app stores.
The new app is an innovative approach to help Seneca County citizens stay tuned to important news and resources from the Sheriff’s Office. After downloading the app onto a smartphone or tablet, a user can receive important alerts from the Sheriff’s Office and access public safety information..
One of the app’s key features is: “Submit a Tip”– a form that enables you to submit a crime tip, along with photos. Tips can be made anonymously or with contact information. Users that submit tips can remain confidential.
Users can also phone in a narcotics tip directly through the app’s Drug Tip line feature.
Users can scroll through the list of Seneca County’s Most Wanted fugitives including their photos, details, and offenses.
Under the Main Menu, Users can access Inmate Information, including an Inmate Search, Correctional Facility information, rules and Visitation hours. You can also make payments online directly from the app: post bail, and place funds in an inmate’s commissary account.
Other important features include Victim Notification Services, Pistol Permits, and the Citizen’s Academy.
Read and share the latest social media posts from the Seneca Sheriff’s Office on Facebook and Twitter.
To engage the greater community in public safety, anyone with the app can use the “Share our App” feature under Settings, as well as forward alerts to friends, family, and neighbors.
This will be a great resource for the community to receive Emergency alerts, Public Service Announcements, Press Releases and Updates from the Seneca County Sheriff’s Office.
For more information, contact the Seneca County Sheriff’s Office: 315-220-3200.
Seneca County NY Sheriff’s Office mobile app
Seneca County Sheriff’s Office reports on September 16, 2018 around 7 PM , Sheriff’s Deputies responded to a PI MVA motorcycle accident on Rt 96 in the Town of Fayette . Deputies report Christopher Jensen age 43 , of Cayuga St ,Romulus, was involved in a single vehicle accident when he swerved to miss an animal and lost control , went off the road into the north bound ditch. Deputies were assisted on scene by North Seneca Ambulance and Waterloo Fire Department. North Seneca Ambulance transported Jensen to Geneva General Hospital with severe back pain along with some road rash. Jensen was issued traffic tickets for operating out of class and uninspected motor vehicle.
The Seneca County Sheriff’s Office reports on September 16, 2018 at approximately 10:00am Sheriff Deputies arrested Tamara L Collins, age 33 of 314 E Miller St Apt 1 Newark, for one count of petit larceny. It is alleged that Collins stole money from a female victim while at a Town of Tyre business. Collins was released on an appearance ticket and is scheduled to appear at the Tyre Town Court on October 16, 2018 to answer the charge.
The Seneca County Sheriff’s Office reports that on September 15th 2018 at 03:00 AM, Seneca County Sheriff’s Deputies arrested Kyle A Davis, 25 , of 364 Cayuga Dr at his residence for the charge of Petit Larceny. It is alleged Davis stole merchandise from a Town of Waterloo business. Davis was released on appearance tickets and is to appear in the Town of Waterloo Court on Oct 12th 2018 to answer the charges.
The Seneca County Sheriff’s Office reports that on September 6th at approximately 6:20AM, Deputies responded to a personal injury accident that occurred on State Route 414 in the T/Lodi. After further investigation it was determined that Timothy D. Caves age 30 of Clyde NY was driving Southbound when he fell asleep at the wheel and struck a bridge underpass causing the truck to rollover. The vehicle then slid on its roof for several hundred feet. Shortly after Caves exited the vehicle, the vehicle caught fire and was totaled. Caves was issued a UTT for failure to maintain lane and was treated by South Seneca ambulance and released for minor injuries. Lodi Fire and rescue assisted in extinguishing the blaze and cleaning up the scene.
The Seneca County Sheriff’s Office reports that on September 13th 2018 at 04:15 AM, Seneca County Sheriff’s Deputies arrested Gregory M Cathy, 42, of 4 Falcon Ln Fairport NY, for Disorderly Conduct, Harassment in the 2nd Degree and Criminal Trespass in the 2nd Degree. It is alleged Cathy refused to leave the premises and engaged in a physical altercation causing the public alarm and inconvenience while at a Town of Tyre business. Cathy was remanded to the Seneca County Correctional Facility to be arraigned during Centralized Arraignment hours.
CR # 18SH09857.
On 08/24/18 at about 6:20 pm Deputies arrested Steven M Kilgore, 56 of 120 Mark Ave Syracuse NY on a bench warrant issued out of the Town of Junius Court for failing to appear on a petit larceny charge. Kilgore was transported to the Seneca County jail where he was arraigned at the Centralized arraignment court, and was committed to jail in lieu of $500 cash / $1000 bond He is to reappear at Romulus Town Court on 9/20/18 at 7 pm to answer the charge.
On 09/05/18 at about 7;45 pm Deputies arrested Deziree A Landon, 20 of Co Rd 141 Interlaken on a bench warrant issued out of Romulus Town Court for failing to appear on a DWAI- drugs charge . Landon was transported to the Seneca County jail where she was arraigned at the Centralized arraignment court. She is to reappear at Romulus Town Court on a later date.