Oswego city police apprehended Douglas H. Furbeck, 29, of 90 Liberty St., Oswego, on an active felony bench warrant issued out of Oswego City Court on Jan. 27.

Oswego city police apprehended Wayne A. Priest, 31, of 1490 State Route 104, Parish, on a bench warrant out of Oswego City Court on Feb. 4.

Oswego police apprehended Sandra Walts, 23, of Fulton, on Jan. 30 on an active bench warrant.

Oswego city police apprehended Chad Huber, 37, of no known address, on an active bench warrant by Oswego city police for alleged possession of a hypodermic instrument on Jan. 31 around 5:09 a.m. on County Route 45.

Jake Gaebel, 30, of Fulton, was apprehended by Oswego city police on Feb. 2 on Ellen St. on an active bench warrant.

Oswego city police apprehended Joshua Kirkland, 35, on an active bench warrant issued by Salina town court for seventh-degree possession of a controlled substance. Kirkland was turned over to New York State Police for processing. Additionally, Kirkland, of Syracuse, was charged with a series of traffic violations including second-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and operating a vehicle without insurance.

Oswego city police apprehended David Smith, 34, of Fulton, on Feb. 6 on a felony bench warrant issued by the Oswego county court.

Fulton city police apprehended Alicia Oatman, 28, of Fulton on a bench warrant on Feb. 4.

Fulton city police apprehended Daniel Craig, 27, of Onieda Street, Fulton, on an active bench warrant. The alleged missed court date was for Craig to answer to a charge of third-degree criminal trespassing.

Fulton city police apprehended Megan Waite, 22, on a bench warrant out of Fulton city court on Feb. 5.

Criminal Possession

Oswego city police charged Nathanael C. Longley, 32, of Eno Road, Martville, with seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance on Jan 27.

Oswego city police charged Jose Colon-Cruz, 35, of 104 E. Bridge St. with second-degree possession of marijuana on Feb. 2.

Criminal Tampering, other charges

Oswego city police charged Anthony J. Smith, 30, of 87 E. 5th St., Oswego, with third-degree criminal tampering, public intoxication of a drug or narcotic and seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance on Feb. 5.

Petit Larceny, other charges

Fulton city police charged Jason M. Demott, 35, with petit larceny on Feb. 9. According to police, Demott allegedly concealed $10 worth of Hot Pockets in his pants.

Oswego city police charged Misty Reynolds, 34, of 358 W. 3rd St. with petit larceny on Jan. 30 at Byrne Dairy around 8:58

Oswego city police charged Brittainy Parker, 27, of Oswego for allegedly stealing a 20-inch Vizio flat screen smart TV on Jan. 30.

Oswego city police charged David Snyder, of no known address, after police said an investigation determined he had allegedly stolen merchandise from Walmart on Jan 31. Snyder was also charged with petit larceny on Feb. 3 after allegedly stealing merchandise from Byrne Dairy.

Oswego city police charged Jesse Butchino, 34, with petit larceny after police said an investigation determined he allegedly stole merchandise from Paul’s Big M on Feb 2.

Fulton city police charged Chad Grinnell with petit larceny after Grinnell allegedly stole $99.95 worth of merchandise from the Family Dollar on West First Street on Jan. 31


Oswego city police charged Robert Pittman, 36, of 363 S. 3rd St. in Fulton with second-degree harassment and first-degree criminal contempt at the address of 169 W. 2nd St. on Feb. 4.

Oswego city police charged Matthew Loveall, 29, of 324 W. Broadway, Fulton, with second-degree harassment, petit larceny and second-degree unlawful imprisonment on Jan. 29th. The charges stemmed from an alleged domestic incident, police said.

Fulton city police charged Nicholas Perry, 25, of 620 Cayuga St. with second-degree harassment after Perry allegedly was involved in a domestic dispute at around 8 P.M. on Feb. 6 in which he allegedly slapped a female victim across the face.

Fulton city police charged Henry Carr, 22, with two counts of second-degree harassment on Feb. 6. Police allege during a domestic dispute, Carr pulled one female victim outside of the address of 311 Cayuga St. and allegedly picked her up and slammed her to the ground. It is further alleged that Carr then pushed a second female victim to the ground as she attempted to intervene, according to police.


Oswego city police charged Kevin Hiltz, 66, of West First Street, with driving while intoxicated following a traffic stop on Jan. 29 around 9:23 p.m.

Resisting arrest

Oswego police charged Brittany Soto, 29, of Oswego, with resisting arrest after she allegedly led police on a foot pursuit on Jan 31 around 12:25 a.m.. Soto was allegedly trying to avoid being apprehended on an active warrant, according to police..

Oswego police charged Jason Fellows, 40, of 274 Kingdom Rd., with resisting arrest on Feb. 6 at around 11:07 a.m.

Criminal Contempt

Oswego city police charged Gary Bonspille, 38, with second-degree criminal contempt, second-degree obstruction of a governmental administration and second-degree harassment.


Oswego city police charged Juan Rodriguez, 22, of 166 W. 3rd St., with assault with intent to cause physical injury. Rodriguez allegedly kicked and punched a female victim in the head, giving her a concussion on Feb. 5.

Weapons, other charges

Oswego city police charged Anthony Schmitt, 30, of 6 Lincoln Ave. following an alleged domestic incident,  with third-degree criminal possession of a weapon and second-degree menacing on Feb. 7.


Oswego city police charged Jovan Thompson, 33, of Syracuse, with aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle.

Fulton city police charged Thompson Brunswick, 41, of Fulton, with third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle.

Child endangerment

Oswego city police charged Martin Banack, 32, with acting in a manner injurious to a child under 17 as well as apprehended Banack on an active bench warrant from the city of Oswego for alleged possession of a hypodermic instrument. Banack was also charged with second-degree reckless endangerment, second-degree possession of marijuana and public intoxication by narcotics.  

Fulton city police apprehended Nicole Avery, 33, with second-degree harassment and endangering the welfare of a child. Allegedly, Avery engaged in a physical altercation with a female victim under the age of 17, allegedly punching the victim in the face on Feb. 9.

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