Cazenovia Village Police Department Sgt. Karen Zaleski and Officer Chad Chapman both received letters of citation last Monday, Nov. 4, at the regular monthly meeting of the village board of trustees for actions they took during this past year that showed outstanding professional performance as they carried out their duties.
Both the Manlius teen arrested for a village graffiti incident and the Cazenovia couple arrested on their wedding night after allegedly being involved in a bar fight and then resisting arrest have had their village court appearances, initially scheduled for Nov. 6, postponed until December 18.
The Tops store manager and meat department manager last week chased down on foot a man who grabbed more than $200 worth of seafood and ran out of the store.
A nearly month-long investigation by the Madison County Sheriff’s Office and New York state police investigators culminated this week when undercover sheriff’s investigators observed, then brought into custody, two suspects on Monday, Oct. 28, after witnessing an apparent house burglary in Fenner.
Cazenovia village police have received a large volume of information and leads regarding the so-called “Exercise Stalker” and are making progress in the case, and, because of all the publicity, there have been no recent sightings of the stalker, said Police Chief Michael Hayes.
The Cazenovia police blotter for the week of Oct. 4 to 11
Cazenovia village police have been inundated with calls in recent days about the so-called “Exercise Stalker” prowling village streets, following women and girls as they jog or bike. And while police have plenty of leads in the case, they have yet to determine the seriousness of the threat since no one has reported actually being attacked.
The Cazenovia police blotter and state police blotter for the week of Sept. 20 to 27
Correction to our "Seven arrests, 31 charges in Tops larcenies," in the Sept. 25 issue of the Cazenovia Republican
Seven people — all Morrisville College students — were arrested and more than two dozen criminal charges issued last week when Cazenovia village police closed out a months-long investigation into a series of thefts at Tops grocery store in Cazenovia.
A Cazenovia couple spent their wedding night in jail last week after being involved in a bar fight at Henneberg Tavern and then resisting arrest when Cazenovia Village Police and Madison County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to the disturbance.
The 16-year-old Manlius teen who was arrested in August after admitting his role in the Lakeland Park bathhouse graffiti incident has a curfew, mandated community service and a date to reappear in village court on Nov. 6.
It has been seven weeks since the Cazenovia Lake Boat Patrol took to the water to educate and, when necessary, enforce boating rules and safety issues on the lake, and the program, now manned by village police officers rather than county sheriff’s deputies, has been extremely successful.
On Aug. 15, Morrisville State Troopers investigated an accident that occurred off Westcott Road in the town of Eaton when a 16-year-old Kirkville youth pulled an elderly driver out of a sinking vehicle in Bradley Brook Reservoir.
Cazenovia village police arrested three teenagers for possession of marijuana and marijuana paraphernalia after being alerted to suspicious activity in the McDonalds parking lot on Aug. 9.