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City of Syracuse, Crime Reports
Violent Crime:1,302
Murder And Nonnegligent Manslaughter:11
Forcible Rape:63
Aggravated Assault:840
Property Crime:5,275
Larceny Theft:3,261
Motor Vehicle Theft:309
City of Syracuse, Census Data
Information About People and Demographics
Total population of residents145,170
White resident population recorded81,319
Black or African American resident population recorded42,770
American Indian and Alaska native resident population recorded1,606
Asian resident population recorded8,021
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander resident population recorded44
Hispanic or Latino of any race resident population recorded12,036
Resident population of some other race recorded3,937
Resident population of two or more races recorded7,473
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State Police conduct Underage Drinking Initiative in Onondaga County
(North Syracuse, NY – March 17, 2014) The New York State Police in North Syracuse conducted an Underage Drinking Initiative compliance check of local establishments in Onondaga County. Troopers arrested the following individuals: Karlene G. Schond, age 26, a bartender at “Pascale’s Wine Bar and Restaurant” located at 104 Limestone Plaza, Village of Fayetteville. [...]
March 21 2014 - Source:

Syracuse Woman Arrested for Welfare Fraud
(Wampsville, NY – Feb. 24, 2014) Ashley D. Kaulback, 22, of Syracuse was arrested by the Madison County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigations Division charging her with Offering a False Instrument for Filing (E Felony) and fifth-degree Welfare Fraud (A Misdemeanor). It is alleged that Kaulback submitted a public assistance application that she knew contained [...]
February 25 2014 - Source:

State Police make arrests in ‘Craigslist’ Robberies
(Pulaski, NY – Jan. 24, 2014) State Police in Pulaski announce the arrest of two subjects in connection with three strong arm robberies that occurred in the Village of Lacona, Oswego County in October and November of 2013 (10/26/13, 11/06/13 and 11/16/13): Jonathon L. Seabrook, age 19, 431 Allen St., Syracuse and Ethan A. Abbott, [...]
January 26 2014 - Source:

City of Fulton Man Arrested for Tax Fraud
(Syracuse, NY – Jan. 23, 2014) On Jan. 22 the New York State Police Special Investigations Unit concluded a joint investigation with the City of Fulton Police Department into the possession and distribution of untaxed cigarettes in the City of Fulton and surrounding areas. A search warrant was executed at a storage facility in [...]
January 25 2014 - Source:

Two Charged with Welfare Fraud
Issued by John Ball, Madison County Undersheriff (Wampsville, NY – Nov. 22, 2013) Madison County Sheriff’s Investigators arrested two females this week for welfare fraud. They are: Hope Layo, 38 of East Syracuse was charged with fourth-degree welfare fraud (class E Felony) and second-degree offering a false instrument for filing (A Misdemeanor). It is alleged [...]
November 23 2013 - Source:

Syracuse Men arrested in Parish on Burglary, Weapons charges
(Parish, NY – Nov. 4, 2013) On Nov. 4, at approximately 8 p.m., New York State Police in Hastings were called to Railroad Street in the Village of Parish for an alleged report of two men that had assaulted the homeowners with a machete, and stole property. This property allegedly included cash and a long [...]
November 06 2013 - Source:
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Endangered Missing: QUA'MERE ROGERS (NY)
QUA'MERE ROGERS, Age Now: 8, Missing: 12/01/2008. Missing From SYRACUSE, NY. ANYONE HAVING INFORMATION SHOULD CONTACT: Syracuse Police Department (New York) 1-315-442-5111.
July 31 2013 - Source:

Endangered Missing: LAUNA MERRITT (NY)
LAUNA MERRITT, Age Now: 46, Missing: 02/22/1983. Missing From SYRACUSE, NY. ANYONE HAVING INFORMATION SHOULD CONTACT: Syracuse Police Department (New York) 1-315-442-5233.
July 31 2013 - Source:

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5:14-cv-00152 Hulett v. City of Syracuse et al
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Happening April 24 2014 - Source:

Undy 5K organizer wants word to get out about colon cancer
Tess Fraser plans to run around Delaware Park in her underwear Saturday, and she’d like you to join her.She doesn’t mind a little embarrassment if it can save lives.Losing your mother to colon cancer can do that to someone.“There are a lot of cancers that sneak up on you, but colon cancer is not one of them,” said Fraser, chairwoman of the Buffalo Undy 5000, a 5K race and fun run to benefit the Colon Cancer Alliance, which focuses on treatment and prevention.She has organized the run three times since her mom, Barbara Hogg, died from the disease a little more than two years ago, at age 59.“I don’t want other people to go through what our family went through,” said Fraser, 33, a married mother of two who lives in North Buffalo and works in nonprofit communications. “It was a horrendous experience.”Hogg, whose maiden name was Ganley, was one of 11 siblings who grew up in Syracuse. She was the niece of Joe Ganley, a former longtime columnist for the Syracuse Post Standard.As a young woman, she met Mark G. Hogg (pronounced Hogue), a Syracuse University student from Western New York, married him and moved to the Town of Tonawanda. The couple raised Fraser and her younger brother, Mark W. Hogg, a teacher’s aide in the Ken-Ton School District, took care of her health. Three of her sisters battled breast cancer, so she religiously got mammograms.Colonoscopies? Those never occurred to her, her daughter remembers, because nobody in her large Irish-Catholic family had ever had colon cancer.“Her surgeon told me that her colon cancer was probably growing for close to 10 years,” Fraser said. “Just one colonoscopy during that time, we could have had a very different outcome.“I don’t blame her,” she said. “I just think colon cancer needs to be talked about more, and people need to understand why, rather than saying, ‘I don’t want to go through the prep of getting a colonoscopy,’ the discomfort you’re going to feel in your 24 hours of prep is nothing compared to the discomfort you’re going to feel if you’re diagnosed with colon cancer.“That’s what I have to say about it, and I nag everybody. It’s my new job: ‘Oh, happy birthday. You just turned 50? Are you going to go get screened?”Many families need to hear such advice. Colon cancer is the second-leading cause of cancer death in the U.S., behind only lung cancer, even though 90 percent of cases are preventable, according to the American Cancer Society.People 50 and older, as well as those with a family history of colon cancer, are encouraged to get a colonoscopy every five to 10 years, depending on whether precancerous polyps are discovered during one of their procedures, said Dr. Patrick Boland, a medical oncologist at Ros-well Park Cancer Institute who mostly treats patients with colon and rectal cancers.Sixty percent of Americans in those risk groups are following the guidelines, according to a study published this year in “CA: A Cancer Journal for Clinicians,” but 40 percent are not.“There’s a lot of room for improvement,” said Boland, who plans to run the Undy 5000 this year with “Bowel Movement,” a team of more than 20 others who specialize in gastrointestinal diseases at Roswell.“A lot of people come out to this event because they have some type of personal connection,” Fraser said, “but a lot of people come out because they want to look goofy and run around in their underwear.” That’s fine, she said, as long as they support a good cause and learn something.Most participants wear underwear over their shorts or sweatpants, as the Fraser and Hogg families plan to do.“We’ve had people just wear underwear,” she said. “It’s mostly guys wearing goofy underwear. We’ve also had people bring their dogs – because dogs are welcome in Delaware Park – and put underwear on their dogs. There also will be a giant, inflatable walk-through colon.“I can’t explain what it feels like to stand there and look out at the park,” Fraser added, “and see all of these people here who’ve all come together for this one cause. It completely warms my heart. It makes me proud to be a Buffalonian. I just think our city is amazing.”A total of about 2,000 people participated in the first two runs, which raised more than $180,000 for the Colon Cancer Alliance, a national organization that helps coordinate 20 similar runs in cities across the country. Register for this year’s race at or stop out before the 9 a.m. fundraiser Saturday.Proceeds support the alliance, which channels part of the funds into colon cancer screenings in low-income Western New York communities as part of Independent Health Foundation’s Good for the Neighborhood program.“There are others experiencing what our family did, there are some fighting like hell, and there are others who’ve gotten through it,” said Fraser. She said the Undy 5000 and her work with the alliance gives her hope.“I think that by doing things like this … by using our voices and sharing stories, we can hopefully change the statistics,” she said. “That’s always what it comes down to for me: It shouldn’t be the second-leading cause of cancer deaths if it’s one of the most preventable cancers.”email:
Happening April 23 2014 - Source:

David Sullivan, 78, of Natural Bridge
David Sullivan, 78, 42824 NYS Rte. 3, died Tuesday evening, April 22, 2014 at the VA Hospital in Syracuse, NY.
Happening April 23 2014 - Source:

Police Cruiser Hit on Shoulder of Highway
State Police in North Syracuse are reminding motorists to pay attention to police cruisers as well as all emergency vehicles on the shoulders of highways-- This comes after a state police patrol vehicle was hit early Monday along Interstate 690 in the Town of Dewitt. A trooper was writing a ticket for a motorist he stopped. Another car hit the cruiser. The trooper was taken to a hospital and released. The motorist who hit the cruiser was cited for Failure to Yield Right of Way to an Emergency Vehicle, and Driving on the Shoulder of the road.
Happening April 22 2014 - Source:

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Syracuse, Crime News
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Interview: Judge Joseph Fahey
One of Syracuse’s most intriguing mayors is Democrat James McGuire, who in 1896 bucked a Republican establishment to be elected. Onondaga County Court Judge Joseph Fahey has written a biography of McGuire, James K. McGuire: Boy Mayor and Irish Nationalist . In his six years in office, McGuire built 38 schools, initiated extensive street paving and was a key figure in the creation of the Everson ...
April 23 2014 - Source:

Syracuse man arrested on drug-possession charges
A Syracuse man was arrested on Friday night for possessing heroin, ecstasy and marijuana.
April 19 2014 - Source:

Can new understanding avert tragedy?
As a boy, Sol Hsiang ran an experiment to test whether plants grow better sprinkled with water or orange juice. Today, as a Berkeley professor — and one of Forbes magazine's "brightest stars" in the field of law and policy — he applies complex statistical strategies to examine the same basic question: How will environmental change affect life?
April 16 2014 - Source:

1 in 4 Women Will Be Raped Before Graduating College
The stories of survivors of rape are often told only through news reports on court proceedings. Their names aren’t usually included, and neither are their stories of recovery. In her memoir, Laura Gray Rosendale writes her own story of her rape while she was a student at Syracuse University.
April 16 2014 - Source:

Rape, Recovery, Reform
The stories of survivors of rape are often told only through news reports on court proceedings. Their names aren’t usually included, and neither are their stories of recovery. In her memoir, Laura Gray Rosendale writes her own story of her rape while she was a student at Syracuse University.
April 16 2014 - Source:

Study suggests cash affects crime
Drug dealers are not known for their financial flexibility. Credit cards are rarely used; cash is king. So, if there was less cash in circulation throughout society, would crime rates decline?
April 14 2014 - Source:

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