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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 OfficeFriday, December 7th, 2018 at 10:45am
New Hartford man arrested

According to Oneida County Sheriff Office Chief Deputy Michael Purdy, Director of the Oneida County Child Advocacy Center(CAC), a Town of New Hartford man was arrested December 7, 2018 for having sexual intercourse with a female child. Oneida County Sheriff's Office Sergeant Melissa Bolton, who is assigned to the CAC, arrested Clayton Hunt, age 19, for having sexual intercourse with a female child under the age of 15 while in the Town of Westmoreland. Hunt was charged with Rape in the Second Degree, a Class D Felony. Hunt is currently being held pending arraignment at the Centralized Arraignment Court at the Oneida County Correctional Facility. The victim has been offered services through the Child Advocacy Center.
Oneida County Sheriff's Office
Oneida County Sheriff's OfficeFriday, December 7th, 2018 at 10:43am
Utica man arrested

Utica Man Arrested for Sex Abuse



According to Oneida County Chief Deputy Michael Purdy of the Oneida County Child Advocacy Center A Utica man has been arrested for Sex Abuse in the 3rd Degree.



Members of the Utica Police Department Criminal Investigations Division and Oneida County Sheriff's Investigator C.J. Phair of the Oneida County Child Advocacy Center arrested David E. Moody of Utica for Sex Abuse in the third degree and endangering the Welfare of a Child for an incident that occurred in the City of Utica involving a 15 year old Victim. Moody was taken to Utica City lockup pending arraignment this afternoon in Utica City Court. An order of protection was requested for the Victim against Moody. The Victim has been offered counseling services through the CAC.
Oneida County Sheriff's Office
Oneida County Sheriff's OfficeFriday, December 7th, 2018 at 10:41am
juvenile arrested for rape

Juvenile Arrested for Rape

​According to Chief Deputy Michael Purdy of the Oneida County Child Advocacy Center a 13 year old Juvenile from Rome was arrested for Rape in the 1st Degree , a B Felony, which involved another Juvenile from the City of Rome. The 13 year old was issued an appearance ticket and referred to Juvenile Probation. The Victim was offered Counseling services through the Child Advocacy Center.
Oneida County Sheriff's Office
Oneida County Sheriff's OfficeFriday, December 7th, 2018 at 9:34am
Blankets to victims



Sheriff’s Office Donates Hand-Made Blankets to the YWCA for Victims of Domestic Violence







According to Oneida County Sheriff Robert Maciol, a dozen hand sewn blankets were donated by the Sheriff’s Office to the YWCA of the Mohawk Valley. These blankets will provide a basic necessity to those who may be in need of one, especially those who turn to the YWCA for assistance when they are victims of domestic violence. The blankets were sewn by female inmates incarcerated at the Oneida County Jail as part of one of many voluntary educational programs offered to those held in the correctional facility. The materials for the blankets were purchased with inmate commissary funds and included no tax payers monies.



Oneida County Sheriff’s Office Lieutenant Deborah Harris, who supervises the Programs Unit at the jail, presented the blankets today at a brief ceremony held at the YWCA on Rutger Park in Utica.











(Attached photo from left to right: Regina Ionta, from the YWCA ,Lieutenant Deborah Harris from the Oneida County Sheriff’s Office, and Dianne Stancato – Executive Director of the YWCA Mohawk Valley)
Oneida County Sheriff's Office
Oneida County Sheriff's Office added 3 new photos.Thursday, December 6th, 2018 at 9:23am
Sheriff Maciol Hosts Annual Snowmobile Safety & Tourism Press Conference


Earlier today, Oneida County Sheriff Robert Maciol hosted the Sheriff’s annual snowmobile safety & tourism press conference at the Deerfield Firehouse as the snowmobile season prepares to kick off.

In addition to the Oneida County Sheriff’s Office Snowmobile Patrol Unit, Sheriff Maciol was joined by Oneida County Executive Anthony Picente, representatives from the Town of Webb Police Department, the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation Police & NYS Forest Rangers, the Deerfield Fire Department, the NYS Snowmobilers Association, and the Oneida County Association of Snowmobile Clubs.

At the press conference, numerous safety tips were discussed along with areas of concerns that law enforcement will be focusing on this year. Some of the laws that will be strictly enforced will include operating a snowmobile while intoxicated, speeding violations, registration violations, and exhaust modifications. The need to respect the landowners that make nearly all of the groomed trails possible was also stressed during this event. All of New York’s laws and regulations regarding snowmobiling can be found at https://parks.ny.gov/recreation/snowmobiles/documents/SnowmobilersGuide.pdf .


“Snowmobiling is a major component of the tourism income generated in Oneida County,” Oneida County Executive Anthony J. Picente said. “Thousands of people come each year to enjoy the natural beauty of our area, and in turn, purchase fuel and equipment, eat in our restaurants, shop in our stores and stay in our hotels. We are grateful for the opportunity to host these visitors, and it is of the utmost importance that we ensure their safety, and that of our local snowmobilers whenever they hit the trails. I want to thank Sheriff Maciol and all of the law enforcement agencies, first responders and snow mobile associations who do an excellent job working together to make that happen.”


The Oneida County Sheriff’s Office also unveiled their two, 2019 Arctic Cat Snowmobiles that will be put into service shortly to patrol the nearly 650 miles of groomed snowmobile trails throughout Oneida County. The Sheriff’s office has four snowmobiles in their fleet for the Snowmobile Patrol Unit. These new snowmobiles were purchased with funds in the Sheriff’s 2018 annual operating budget and they replaced two snowmobiles that were more than 15 years old.

In addition, several area snowmobile groups recently made donations to the Oneida County Sheriff’s Law Enforcement Foundation to be specifically used for needs of the Snowmobile Patrol Unit that aren’t covered in the Sheriff’s annual county budget. The donations included a $1500 donation from the Oneida County Association of Snowmobile Clubs (the presentation was made by their President, Jamie Warner), a $500 donation made by the NYS Snowmobile Association Vice President, Craig LaPlante and it was made with his own money in honor of his nephew Dave LaPlante, who is currently a long time Deputy Sheriff with the Oneida County Sheriff’s Office, and a $200 donation from the Tri-Valley Snowmobile Club (the presentation made by Isaac Warner, son of Jaimie Warner).
Oneida County Sheriff's Office
Oneida County Sheriff's Office added 3 new photos.Thursday, December 6th, 2018 at 9:22am
Sheriff Maciol Hosts Annual Snowmobile Safety & Tourism Press Conference





Earlier today, Oneida County Sheriff Robert Maciol hosted the Sheriff’s annual snowmobile safety & tourism press conference at the Deerfield Firehouse as the snowmobile season prepares to kick off.



In addition to the Oneida County Sheriff’s Office Snowmobile Patrol Unit, Sheriff Maciol was joined by Oneida County Executive Anthony Picente, representatives from the Town of Webb Police Department, the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation Police & NYS Forest Rangers, the Deerfield Fire Department, the NYS Snowmobilers Association, and the Oneida County Association of Snowmobile Clubs.



At the press conference, numerous safety tips were discussed along with areas of concerns that law enforcement will be focusing on this year. Some of the laws that will be strictly enforced will include operating a snowmobile while intoxicated, speeding violations, registration violations, and exhaust modifications. The need to respect the landowners that make nearly all of the groomed trails possible was also stressed during this event. All of New York’s laws and regulations regarding snowmobiling can be found at https://parks.ny.gov/recreation/snowmobiles/documents/SnowmobilersGuide.pdf .



“Snowmobiling is a major component of the tourism income generated in Oneida County,” Oneida County Executive Anthony J. Picente said. “Thousands of people come each year to enjoy the natural beauty of our area, and in turn, purchase fuel and equipment, eat in our restaurants, shop in our stores and stay in our hotels. We are grateful for the opportunity to host these visitors, and it is of the utmost importance that we ensure their safety, and that of our local snowmobilers whenever they hit the trails. I want to thank Sheriff Maciol and all of the law enforcement agencies, first responders and snow mobile associations who do an excellent job working together to make that happen.”





The Oneida County Sheriff’s Office also unveiled their two, 2019 Arctic Cat Snowmobiles that will be put into service shortly to patrol the nearly 650 miles of groomed snowmobile trails throughout Oneida County. The Sheriff’s office has four snowmobiles in their fleet for the Snowmobile Patrol Unit. These new snowmobiles were purchased with funds in the Sheriff’s 2018 annual operating budget and they replaced two snowmobiles that were more than 15 years old.



In addition, several area snowmobile groups recently made donations to the Oneida County Sheriff’s Law Enforcement Foundation to be specifically used for needs of the Snowmobile Patrol Unit that aren’t covered in the Sheriff’s annual county budget. The donations included a $1500 donation from the Oneida County Association of Snowmobile Clubs (the presentation was made by their President, Jamie Warner), a $500 donation made by the NYS Snowmobile Association Vice President, Craig LaPlante and it was made with his own money in honor of his nephew Dave LaPlante, who is currently a long time Deputy Sheriff with the Oneida County Sheriff’s Office, and a $200 donation from the Tri-Valley Snowmobile Club (the presentation made by Isaac Warner, son of Jaimie Warner).