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home 3660 Cold Springs Rd, Baldwinsville, NY 13027, USA
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ONONDAGA COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS Address

Onondaga County Jail
6660 SENECA TURNPIKE
JAMESVILLE, NY
13078

ONONDAGA COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS Statistics

According to the latest jail census:
Average Daily Inmate Population: 375
Inmate Capacity: 464
Year Constructed: 1983
Full-Time Staff: 213
Total Staff Salaries: $11,719,929

Phone:(315) 435-5581

Onondaga County, NY Offense Statistics
Violent Crime187
Murder and Non-Negligent Manslaughter2
Rape (revised and legacy definition)32
Robbery31
Aggravated Assault122
Property Crime1,924
Burglary311
Larceny-theft1,564
Motor Vehicle Theft49
Arson9
Data Source: FBI Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program – Offenses Known to Law Enforcement by Metropolitan and Nonmetropolitan Counties, 2015
Note: The data shown in this table does not reflect county totals but are the number of offenses reported by the sheriff’s office or county police department

Onondaga County Sheriff's Office

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Onondaga County Sheriff's Office added 2 new photos.Monday, December 18th, 2017 at 9:55am
Deputies Investigate Robbery in Nedrow

The Onondaga County Sheriff’s Office reports that Sheriff’s Detectives are investigating an armed robbery that occurred yesterday afternoon at the Valero Gas Station in the Town of Onondaga.

On Saturday December 16th, at approximately 3:20 pm, sheriff’s deputies responded to the Valero Gas Station, located at 6905 South Salina Street, to investigate a reported armed robbery. Deputies report that two unidentified males entered the gas station and demanded money from the clerk and a customer. The two suspects, said to be armed with at least one long gun, fled from the store after taking the customers wallet and an undisclosed amount of cash from the register. No one was injured during the incident.

The Sheriff’s Air 1 helicopter responded to the area to assist patrol units with the search of the suspects.

Detectives assigned to the Sheriff’s Criminal Investigations Division were called to the scene and continue to investigate the robbery. Detectives have released surveillance images of the two suspects and are requesting public assistance with identifying them.

Anyone with information or that can identify the suspects are asked to contact the Criminal Investigations Division at 315-435-3081 or by sending a tip using the tip411 app.
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Onondaga County Sheriff's OfficeSunday, December 17th, 2017 at 4:35am
With the recent ice rescue on the Seneca River, the Sheriff’s Office is offering several ice safety tips everyone should follow when near bodies of water during the winter months:

* Parents should always closely watch and supervise their children.

* Never go onto ice alone.

* Always keep your pets on a leash (if a pet falls through the ice, do not attempt a rescue - - call for help).

* Beware of ice covered with snow. Snow can insulate ice and keep it from freezing. It can also hide cracks as well as other weak spots.

* Ice formed over flowing water is generally weaker than ice over still water.

* Ice seldom freezes or thaws at a uniform rate. It can be a foot thick in one spot and an inch thick in another.

* If a companion falls through the ice and you are unable to reach that person from shore, throw something to him or her (a rope, tree branch, even jumper cables from a car, etc.). If this does not work, go or phone for help. Get medical assistance for the victim immediately.

* If you fall in, try not to panic. Turn toward the direction you came from, and place your hands and arms on the unbroken surface, working forward by kicking your feet. Once the ice is solid enough to hold you, and you can pull yourself out, remain lying on the ice (do not stand; lying down spreads your weight across a wider area, lessening your weight on any one spot) and roll away from the hole. Crawl back the way you came, keeping your weight distributed, until you return to solid ice or ground.

* As the season progresses, plan accordingly and use caution, as the conditions of older ice greatly varies and is subject to rapid changes.

Be safe!
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Onondaga County Sheriff's OfficeSunday, December 17th, 2017 at 12:08am
‪In the Air Last Night‬- Yesterday evening at approximately 5:08 pm, Air1 responded to the Seneca River, near Guyder Road in the Town of Lysander, to assist the State Police on a reported drowning. 911 dispatchers advised that the victim was in the river clinging to a yellow kayak. After a brief search, Air1’s flight crew observed a woman, in the water, holding onto an overturned kayak. The woman’s head was just above the water line. The flight crew maintained a visual on her, as preparations were made for a skid rescue. As the aircraft was maneuvered within a few feet of the woman, she lost her grip on the kayak and began to sink below the surface. The flight crew quickly grabbed and pulled her into the helicopter, where she appeared to be exhausted, and severely hypothermic. Her body was limp and she was unable to move her extremities or assist in her rescue in anyway. Once in the aircraft, a pool of blood formed under the victim, her eyes were closed, her breathing shallow, and she was not responding to any verbal cues. She was transported to a nearby field where she was met by Paramedics, who transported to University Hospital for medical treatment.

The victim's husband, who had attempted to help his wife by driving an ATV near a peninsula piece of land along the river bank, became stuck and had to be removed by a Fire Department boat. The victim's dog was also rescued from the river bank by the Plainville FD. ‪ ‬

‪Outstanding job by all involved!‬
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Onondaga County Sheriff's Office shared a link.Saturday, December 16th, 2017 at 8:10am
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Onondaga County Sheriff's OfficeSaturday, December 16th, 2017 at 6:51am
Deputies help out family going through difficult time. Recently, several members of the Sheriff’s Office graciously donated funds to a Camillus family to help defray medical costs.

Almost 5 years ago our now, Jim and Nicole Van Horn’s 15 year old daughter, Hannah, was diagnosed with Chronic Kidney Disease. In May of 2017 she had a catheter placed in her abdomen to begin peritoneal dialysis. About one week after her surgery through a routine physical they learned that Hannah’s now 13 year old brother, Nathan, has the same disease and has actually declined at a faster rate than his sister. In July he had his PD catheter placed. After some very serious set backs for Hannah,both are now doing PD for 9 hours every night. Both are doing good right now and will need transplants in their near future. The bills have started to roll in, which both Jim and Nicole initially thought they would be able to handle, has now become overwhelming.

If you are able to help this family, they are forever grateful. Please share their story with others.
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Onondaga County Sheriff's Office added 2 new photos.Thursday, December 14th, 2017 at 1:13am
Dispute Leads to Shots Fired in DeWitt Mobile Home Community Onondaga

The Onondaga County Sheriff’s Office and the Town of DeWitt Police Department conduct joint investigation into shots fired this yesterday afternoon.

Yesterday afternoon at approximately 12:57 pm, deputies along with officers from the DeWitt Police Department responded to 407 North Midler Ave, the Midler Meadows Trailer Park, after several 911 calls were made about a man with a gun that opened fire on an occupied parked vehicle. Prior to patrol units arriving on scene, the suspect, along with an accomplice, fled the area in what witnesses described as a dark colored Mitsubishi with red rims. No injuries were reported.

A short time later, DeWitt Police Officers located the vehicle and the suspects at the Motel 6 on Baptist Way off Carrier Circle, where the two men were taken into custody without incident. Detectives from the Sheriff’s Criminal Investigations Division were called to the scene to assist with the investigation and the subsequent recovery of the weapon used, which was identified as a shotgun.

Detectives charged Gerald Clapper (60) and Alex Ortiz (27), both of Syracuse, with reckless endangerment in the 1st degree and criminal possession of a weapon in the 3rd degree. Both men were arraigned in the Town of DeWitt Court this last evening with bail set at $20,000 cash/bond.

Detectives say a dispute over money appears to be the motive in the shooting.
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Onondaga County Sheriff's OfficeThursday, December 14th, 2017 at 12:46am
For those of you that are heading out this morning.....please drive carefully and slow down!!!

Reminder, ice forms on bridges first.
Snow is still falling. The roads are icy. Several bridges have accumulated ice and snow overnight, so please take your time during your morning commute.
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Onondaga County Sheriff's OfficeWednesday, December 13th, 2017 at 5:26am
If you missed this opportunity on Sunday…….don’t worry, we’ll be out there again tonight. Come out and see our members from the Corrections Department as they volunteer their time as servers alongside the Texas Roadhouse wait staff to raise funds for Special Olympics New York.

A great meal and a good cause, see you there……Texas Roadhouse Restaurant on Erie Blvd from 4pm- 8 pm.