Broken storefront window at Cazenovia Abroad being investigated by police
Cazenovia police are investigating a broken storefront window at Cazenovia Abroad, located at 67 Albany St. — which is also part of the commercial block behind which the reported stabbing occurred over the weekend.
Area police blotters for the week of Jan. 29 to Feb. 5
Cazenovia village police are currently investigating a reported stabbing incident that occurred during the early morning hours of Sunday, Feb. 7.
Area police blotters for the week of Jan. 22 to 29
Area police blotters for the week of Jan. 15-22
Area police blotters for the week of Jan. 8 to 15
Area police blotters for the week of Jan. 1 to 8
Local, county, state, federal officers educate the public on Law Enforcement Appreciation Day
One person said it was the largest number of people he had seen in Shoppingtown Mall in years. And the crowds were not there to see celebrities or get free gifts, but to show their appreciation for and to learn something new about local, regional, state and federal law enforcement officers.
Saturday, Jan. 9, is national Law Enforcement Appreciation Day, and Central New York residents are encouraged to stop by Shoppingtown Mall in DeWitt between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. to support their local law enforcement personnel. The event will feature speakers from county sheriff’s offices and the New York State Police, display tables, demonstrations of law enforcement specialty units and more.
It was another big year in Cazenovia in 2015, with major headlines in the areas of community news, crime, business and sports that made us rejoice, lament, commiserate and, at times, shake our heads in utter consternation and confusion. Whatever the adjective used to characterize what has happened these past 12 months, taken all together, it has all been the story of Cazenovia.
Three Syracuse-area men have pleaded guilty to grand larceny charges, while a fourth man will plead guilty to a misdemeanor charge, in connection with the May 2015 theft of seven riding lawnmowers from Cazenovia Equipment on Route 20, according to the Madison County district attorney. The four men were part of an “ongoing conspiracy” to steal large equipment items from stores in Madison, Jefferson and Onondaga counties, said Madison County District Attorney Bill Gabor.
AREA POLICE BLOTTERS – WEEK OF DEC. 18 TO 31
After a five month investigation, the Madison County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigations Division arrested and charged Laverne L. King Jr., 41, of Earlville, with multiple counts of sexual assault against a child.
New York State Police and Madison County Sheriff's Office arrest blotters for the week of Dec. 18 to 27
Three teens are facing several weapons charges after being arrested by Madison County Sheriff’s Investigators as a result of an investigation into the possible sale of stolen firearms. The arrests took place with the assistance of the Canastota Police Department after the sale of the alleged stolen firearm took place on the grounds of the South Side Elementary School in Canastota.
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