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Onedia County Jail Address

Onedia County Jail
6075 Judd Rd
Oriskany, NY
13424

Phone:(315) 768-7804

Oneida County Sheriff's Office

The Goals and Objectives of the Oneida County Sheriff's Office are: · The protection of life and property · The deterrent and prevention of crime · The preservation of public peace and maintenance of order · The enforcement of all laws and ordinances over which this agency has Jurisdiction of · The detection and arrest of offenders · The execution of all criminal processes in accordance with the law · Education and public service
Oneida County Sheriff's Office
Oneida County Sheriff's OfficeThursday, March 23rd, 2017 at 12:34pm
Saturday March 25 , 2017 at Proctor HS , Utica , NY .
Oneida County Sheriff's Office
Oneida County Sheriff's Office added 3 new photos.Thursday, March 23rd, 2017 at 3:32am
**NEWS RELEASE**

According to Oneida County Sheriff Robert Maciol; three people have been arrested for damaging a car in the Town of Deerfield. Matthew Smaldon, 20 of Frankfort, NY; Quadre Deberry 23 of Utica, NY; and Kyra Sheridan, 17 of Utica, NY; have all been charged with Criminal Mischief in the third degree, a class E Felony. On December 28th, 2016; they caused more than two hundred fifty dollars of damage to a vehicle parked in a driveway on Walker Road, in the Town of Deerfield by slashing tires of the vehicle.

Smaldon and Deberry are both on New York State Parole after being released from Prison in 2016; stemming from previous burglary arrests. Smaldon and Deberry were secured in Oneida County Jail without bail for parole violations stemming from the current arrest. Sheridan received an appearance ticket and will appear at a later date in the Town of Deerfield Court.

** The Oneida County Sheriff's Office recognizes that persons arrested for crimes are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. The views and opinions presented by the public do not necessarily express the views of the Oneida County Sheriff's Office. We welcome your commentary however we ask that it be respectful to others ( including arrested persons(s) named herein) and refrain from defamatory and or accusatory remarks. We reserve the right to delete your commentary and possibly ban anyone from accessing our Facebook page, if you violate our rules. We will not allow anyone to post comments on our site that we consider to be illegal, vulgar, obscene, defamatory, threatening, or engaging in personal attacks.**
Oneida County Sheriff's Office
Oneida County Sheriff's OfficeWednesday, March 22nd, 2017 at 9:00am
Sheriff Maciol Announces Membership Drive


Oneida County Sheriff Robert Maciol encourages residents to support the New York State Sheriffs’ Institute, which began its annual Honorary Membership drive in Oneida County this week.
The Sheriffs’ Institute was established in 1979 to advance criminal justice education, prevent juvenile delinquency, and support victims of crime and their families.

Their programs include:

Sheriffs’ Summer Camp: Almost 900 children from across New York State attend the sheriffs’ camp annually for economically challenged children, which is located on Keuka Lake. The Sheriffs’ Institute pays all costs for the campers including transportation, a week of camp, meals, and traditional camp activities like sailing, archery, and crafts. The camp is in its 41st year of operation.

Criminal Justice Scholarship Program: The scholarship program provides one scholarship to the Criminal Justice Program at each of New York State’s Community Colleges. This program aims to attract the best and the brightest to the criminal justice vocation.

Victim Notification Programs: The Sheriffs’ Victim Hotline provides automated notification to registered victims when an inmate is released. The Sheriffs’ Order of Protection Notification Program allows individuals who have been granted Family Court orders of protection to receive alerts when those orders are served.

“The Sheriff’s Institute is our partner in providing programs that help the people in our communities,” Sheriff Maciol said. “But we really rely on the support of our Honorary Members for the Sheriffs’ Summer Camp. Their support allows us to send economically disadvantaged children camp. These kids wouldn’t have a chance to go away to camp otherwise,” he said.

For more information about the Sheriffs’ Summer Camp and other Sheriffs’ Institute Programs, please visit www.sheriffsinstitute.org . The Sheriffs’ Institute is a not-for-profit, tax-exempt organization.

The Sheriffs’ Summer Camp gives boys and girls from economically challenged circumstances an opportunity to experience all the traditional activities of summer camp while interacting with deputies from around New York State. Here a deputy conducts a character education workshop with a group of truly happy campers.
Oneida County Sheriff's Office
Oneida County Sheriff's OfficeWednesday, March 22nd, 2017 at 8:54am
**NEWS RELEASE**

According to Oneida County Sheriff's Office Chief Deputy Joseph Lisi, Director of the Oneida County Child Advocacy Center, a Utica man was arrested on March 20, 2017, after an investigation by the Oneida County Child Advocacy Center. Joseph C. Farmer, 49 years old, of Warren St. in Utica, was arrested by Oneida County Sheriff's Sgt. Denise Luker and Sheriff's Inv. CJ Paravati, both assigned to the Child Advocacy Center. Farmer was arraigned in Utica City Court on one count of Criminal Sexual Act in the Third Degree, a class E Felony. The arrest stems from an investigation where Farmer had sexual contact with a male teenager. Farmer was remanded to the Oneida County Jail in lieu of $30,000 bail. He is scheduled to return to court on March 23.

An order of protection was requested on behalf of the victim. The victim was offered services through the Child Advocacy Center.

Anyone with information regarding this investigation is requested to call Sgt. Denise Luker at 315-732-3990 ext. #24. All calls will be kept confidential.

** The Oneida County Sheriff's Office recognizes that persons arrested for crimes are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. The views and opinions presented by the public do not necessarily express the views of the Oneida County Sheriff's Office. We welcome your commentary however we ask that it be respectful to others ( including arrested persons(s) named herein) and refrain from defamatory and or accusatory remarks. We reserve the right to delete your commentary and possibly ban anyone from accessing our Facebook page, if you violate our rules. We will not allow anyone to post comments on our site that we consider to be illegal, vulgar, obscene, defamatory, threatening, or engaging in personal attacks.**