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Onedia County Jail Address

Onedia County Jail
6075 Judd Rd
Oriskany, NY

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 OfficeSaturday, November 25th, 2017 at 2:42am
Oneida County Sheriff Robert Maciol offers some basic safety shopping tips as this year's holiday shopping season officially gets underway today:

Park in a well lit area. Thieves are much less likely to target a car when there’s a bright light on it.
Find a spot where you can see and be seen. Let’s say you park next to a large van or truck. It’s possible that vehicle could block you from another person’s vision, which could be dangerous.
Hide your purchases in the trunk. If people don’t see shopping bags, they won’t see a reason to break in.
Don’t shop solo. As with anything, there’s safety in numbers.
Color coordinate. Wearing similar, bright colors will help you spot a friend or family member.
Make a plan to meet up. Especially if you shop with children, designate a safe space to go if you’re separated.
Keep purses on your body and wallets in your front pocket. Stepping away from your cart and your purse is a clear invitation to a purse snatcher, and a pickpocket is more likely to target a wallet in a back pocket.
Shop with a single credit card. Keep only one credit card in your wallet, just in case it’s lost or stolen.
If you must use an ATM, choose one that is well lit. Shield your PIN as you key it in, and don’t leave behind receipts that may contain personal information.
Before you get in your car, look in it and under it. When you’re approaching your car, it pays to play it safe.
Have your keys handy. If you’re rummaging through your purse or digging into a pocket while walking to your car, you’re officially a distracted shopper – which would make it easy for the wrong people to approach you.
Drive defensively in the parking lot. With so many shoppers fighting to get good spots and pedestrians in a hurry, busy parking lots invite a lot of accidents.
And for those of you who prefer to shop from the quiet and peace of your own home, safety is still a concern.
Shop on secure sites. Before you make any purchases, be sure the website has a closed padlock in the browser bar or a URL beginning with “https.”
Use one credit card for all online purchases. This way, if a card is compromised, you have only one call to make to shut it down.
Shop familiar brands and steer clear of “too good to be true” deals. Scammers are out in full force during the holiday shopping period.
Already finished shopping? One last tip for you: As you wrap gifts to set out under your tree that's displayed in front of your home's picture window, consider how visible they are from the outside. That gorgeous display of generosity might invite holiday visitors who are not so welcome.
Oneida County Sheriff's Office
Oneida County Sheriff's OfficeSaturday, November 25th, 2017 at 2:39am

According to Oneida County Sheriff Robert M. Maciol, on Thursday, November 23, 2017 at about 6:50 P.M., Deputies responded to a reported personal injury motor vehicle accident on State Route 46 in the Town of Boonville. Jennifer Rothrock, 47, of Boonville, was operating a black 2016 Subaru southbound on State Route 46 when a deer entered the roadway. Rothrock was unable to avoid the deer, striking it, causing the vehicle airbags to deploy. Rothrock and the front passenger Christian Rothrock, 44, of Boonville were transported to Rome Memorial Hospital for minor injuries by Boonville Ambulance. The rear passenger in the vehicle, Erica Ross, 31, of Rome was not injured. Deputies were assisted on scene by Boonville Fire Department and Boonville Ambulance.
Oneida County Sheriff's Office
Oneida County Sheriff's OfficeSaturday, November 25th, 2017 at 2:38am

According to the Oneida County Sheriff's Office on November 23rd, 2017 at about 2:58AM, an Ava woman was injured in a one car motor vehicle collision that occurred on East Ava Rd., in the Town of Ava.

According to Sheriff R. Maciol, Marissa L. Sykes, 22 years old, of Ava was driving her 2012 Chevrolet Eastbound on East Ava Rd., when she lost control of her vehicle on a curve in the road due to speed. Sykes vehicle struck a guide rail and which caused the driver's side front wheel to be torn off. Sykes vehicle continued down the road and then into the ditch on the North side of the road. Sykes vehicle struck a driveway culvert and overturned, then landed in the ditch on the other side of the driveway. The Oneida County Sheriff's Office DWI Patrol responded to the scene for the DWI investigation. Sykes was transported to St. Elizabeth's Hospital via AmCare ambulance for treatment of a head injury. The Sheriff's Office was assisted at the scene by the West Leyden Volunteer Fire Department.

Sykes is to appear at a later date, at the Ava Town Court for DWI and traffic violations.
Oneida County Sheriff's Office
Oneida County Sheriff's OfficeSaturday, November 25th, 2017 at 2:36am

The Oneida County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a hunting accident that occurred about 9:30 on November 23, 2017; in the Town of Whitestown, in an area known as the flats, North of the Village of Whitesboro.

According to Oneida County Sheriff Robert Maciol, Deputies responded to a man being shot while hunting in the area North of Linwood Place. Sheriff Maciol says that Darwin Cooley 50 of Carthage was hunting with his brother in law, Travis Dam 42 of Whitesboro when Cooley shot at a deer that ran between the two of them. The bullet from Cooley’s gun grazed the side of Dam’s head. Dam was able to walk to his four wheeler and drive out on his own. He was transported to St. Elizabeth’s Hospital by Central Oneida County Ambulance, and then transferred to SUNY Medical Center. His injuries do not appear to be life threatening.

Sheriff’s Investigators together with NYS Environmental Conservation Police are investigating the incident. No charges have been filed and the investigation is continuing.

The Town of Whitestown Police, Village of Whitesboro Police, and the Village of Yorkville Police assisted at the scene.
Oneida County Sheriff's Office
Oneida County Sheriff's OfficeFriday, November 24th, 2017 at 2:12am
Happy Thanksgiving to all of our FB friends and families from the members of the Oneida County Sheriff's Office , Have a Wonderful Day !
Oneida County Sheriff's Office
Oneida County Sheriff's OfficeThursday, November 23rd, 2017 at 3:24am

According to Oneida County Sheriff Robert Maciol; Cavanaugh Road, in the Town of Marcy; remains closed after several hours following a one car motor vehicle accident took down several utility poles.

According to the Sheriff's Office ; A 2008 Chevy pick up driven by Jason C. Ferguson, age 36 of Jones Place, Yorkville, NY, left the roadway and collided with a utility pole around 3:30 a.m., snapping the pole in half.

The impact caused the tension on the lines to snap another pole leaving both poles blocking the roadway. Utility crews from National Grid, Verizon and Spectrum responded to the scene to repair the damage and are working on clearing the roadway for traffic.

Jason C. Ferguson was treated on the scene and transported to St. Elizabeth's by Kunkel Ambulance for treatment of minor injuries. After treatment of his injuries Jason C. Ferguson was charged with Driving While Intoxicated by Patrol Deputies.

The accident remains under investigation and more charges maybe pending.

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