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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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Rep. Dan Maffei to hold 'Discuss it with Dan' event Thursday in Syracuse
U.S. Rep. Dan Maffei will host his latest 'Discuss it with Dan' event this week in Syracuse.
Happening April 16 2014 - Source:

Maj. Miller released from hospital
“Awesome.”Maj. Patrick Miller, the Allegany native wounded in the shootings at Fort Hood, Texas, on April 2, went home Tuesday.As might be expected, being home is “awesome,” he said.Miller, 32, was released from the hospital Tuesday, two weeks after he was shot in the abdomen by an Iraq War veteran who shot 19 people, killing three, during an eight-minute rampage. Miller’s parents, John and Carole Miller, of Allegany, accompanied their son and his wife, Ashley, to their Texas home.The major said he is thankful for all the prayers and good wishes of Western New Yorkers who followed his recovery.“I’ve kind of been off the grid,” Miller said of his time in the hospital but added that he is getting up to speed with social media.He was unable to leave his hospital room to make the memorial service last week at Fort Hood attended by President Obama but received the word Tuesday he was being discharged.“I’m feeling better, feeling better every day, getting stronger,” he said.The St. Bonaventure University graduate underwent several surgeries and was in the intensive care unit after the shooting. “You get cabin fever after awhile,” he said.He said returning home is a “big step” to recovery.Miller graduated from St. Bonaventure in 2003 with a degree in physical education and later earned a master’s degree in business administration and public administration from Syracuse University.A veteran of two tours of duty in the Iraq War, Miller rushed to save others as gunfire erupted at Fort Hood.Stars and Stripes, the U.S. Army newspaper, reported that Rep. John R. Carter, whose district includes the giant Army base, credited Miller with herding soldiers behind an office door and out of harm’s way as Spc. Ivan A. Lopez riddled the area with rounds from a civilian handgun. Lopez killed himself when he was challenged by military
Happening April 15 2014 - Source:

Lawrence M. Waters
OSWEGO — Lawrence M. "Larry" Waters, 75, a resident of West Seventh Street, Oswego, passed away April 13, 2014, at Crouse Hospital, Syracuse.
Happening April 15 2014 - Source:

Jeffersonville lawyer pleads guilty in tax corruption case
SYRACUSE — A Jeffersonville lawyer pleaded guilty Monday in federal court to corruptly obstructing and impeding the Internal Revenue Service, and he is expected to plead guilty in the next few days to failure to file tax returns.
Happening April 14 2014 - Source:

Honor Roll: Recognizing the accomplishments of Western New Yorkers
J. Donald Griffin, 90, was presented the Department Commander’s Award of Excellence by New York State American Legion Commander Kenneth Governor during a dinner at Niagara Frontier Post 1041 in Buffalo. Griffin, a 70-year member of Kensington Post 708 in Cheektowaga, is a World War II veteran and former prisoner of war.Governor recognized Griffin for his “dedication to our men and women in uniform, our veterans, their families and your community.” He praised his leadership roles as past Erie County commander, former Eighth District American Legion baseball chairman, and, for some 50 years, as a delegate to state and national conventions. Governor said Griffin promotes respect for the flag by giving talks at local schools on both the flag and the veterans who fought in World War II....Two-time Paralympics Sled Hockey Gold Medalist Adam Page has been named spokesman for 2014 by the InvisionHealth Foundation. The Lancaster resident, who was born with spina bifida, a congenital spine disorder, began playing sled hockey at age 6. He has competed on the U.S. National Junior Sled Hockey Team, National Sled Hockey team, Buffalo Sabres Sled Hockey club team and won gold medals at both the Vancouver and Sochi Paralympic Games. Page will be presenting motivational assemblies at local schools, be a special guest on the InvisionHealth Trolley in the Memorial Day parade in Williamsville and throw out the ceremonial first pitch at the InvisionHealth Foundation’s benefit Buffalo Bisons game June 20.The InvisionHealth Foundation’s mission is to increase community awareness and fund research for the treatment of brain and spine disorders....Nicholas Sass, a junior at Canisius High School, was recently named a finalist for the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair, to be held in May in Los Angeles. He will join approximately 1,500 top young scientists from around the world at the prestigious competition. Nick earned this honor as a result of the research he presented at the Ying Tri Region Science and Engineering Fair held in March in Syracuse.His project involved comparing certain proteins in the ribosome and amino acid residues that make up those proteins across many different species and, based on similarities between the amino acids, identifying which species evolved from which. This method could lead to the discovery of new antibiotic drugs. ...Gregory Privitera, an associate professor of psychology at St. Bonaventure University, has received the 2014 Most Promising New Textbook Award for his college textbook “Research Methods for the Behavioral Sciences.” The honor is awarded by the Text and Academic Authors Association, a national, nonprofit membership association dedicated to assisting textbook and academic authors. The award recognizes excellence in first-year edition textbooks and learning material.Privitera’s book shows how methods and statistics work together and enable the testing of hypotheses through use of the scientific method.He will receive the award during the association’s 27th Annual Textbook and Academic Authoring Conference June 21 in Baltimore....A team of two seniors and two juniors in the University at Buffalo School of Management has won the annual On Target Undergraduate Club Case Competition, sponsored by Target Corp. The winners are Jacob Bluestein, Safia Dandia, Dan Maitles and Peter Preziosa, representing the Pi Sigma Epsilon student club.The team and club will share a $3,000 prize, with each student receiving $250, and Pi Sigma Epsilon receiving $2,000.Fourteen teams representing 56 UB School of Management students entered the competition this year. Titled “The War for Guests,” the case focused on how technology is changing the marketplace and what traditional retailers must do to compete against online merchants and startups. The competition aims to help undergraduate students hone their analytic, communication, presentation and teamwork skills beyond the classroom by investigating and issuing recommendations for real-world business challenges.Teams were asked to develop a comprehensive analysis of Target’s competition and current purchasing trends and to identify Target’s strengths and weaknesses in merchandising, branding and other areas. ...Several military personnel have graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio.Air National Guard Airman 1st Class Charles A. Grosofsky is the son of Georgina and Lester Grosofsky of Williamsville. He is a 2012 graduate of Williamsville South High School.Air Force Reserve Airman Michael J. Shul, the son of Michele Kmitch of Blasdell, is a 2012 graduate of Orchard Park High School.Air Force Airman Daniel S. Olszewski is the son of Kathleen and Stephen Olszewski of Grand Island. He is a 2011 graduate of Grand Island Senior High School.Air Force Reserve Airman Bryanna E. Palmercacio, the daughter of Margaret Cacio of Meriden, Conn., and Scott Palmer of Woodbury, Conn., is a 2012 graduate of Dunkirk High School.Air National Guard Airman 1st Class Kyle C. Druzbik is the son of Chris and Maureen Druzbik of Orchard Park. He is a 2013 graduate of Orchard Park High School.Airmen who complete basic training earn four credits toward an associate in applied science degree through the Community College of the Air
Happening April 14 2014 - Source:

Residents missing from city schools budget process
When Buffalo school leaders held a community presentation to update city residents about the district’s 2014-15 budget Thursday night, they reserved the Bennett High School auditorium.The chief financial officer prepared 30 PowerPoint slides. A staffer sat by the doors to hand out index cards and pens to anyone who might have a question.Three people showed up.Thursday’s event highlights the inability of the Buffalo Public Schools to engage residents who feel disconnected from the district’s budget planning process.Compared with Rochester and Syracuse, Buffalo has the latest budget development process and offers the fewest chances for community input on a spending plan that is currently pushing $818 million in general fund money. That figure excludes another $115 million in grants.“Why would you be part of a process that has no meaningful engagement?” said Samuel L. Radford III, president of the District Parent Coordinating Council. “It’s all symbolic.”The Buffalo school district has not yet produced a balanced budget proposal for public consideration, though Chief Financial Officer Barbara Smith said she hopes to have one ready by sometime this week. Currently, the district is facing a $12.6 million deficit.By comparison, Syracuse released a completed budget proposal Feb. 12, and Rochester submitted its draft proposal March 24.After those budget proposals were introduced, both Syracuse and Rochester scheduled a series of public hearings even though the state’s “Big Five” school districts – Syracuse, Rochester, Buffalo, Yonkers and New York City – aren’t required to hold any.The Syracuse school district scheduled three public hearings on the budget. Rochester scheduled two. Buffalo never schedules any.The only public hearing on the school district’s budget is scheduled by the Buffalo Common Council the week of May 5, the same night the budget will be formally introduced by the superintendent.“I think the lack of the engagement in the budget is symbolic of the lack of ability for the district to connect with the citizens of this community, whether it be parents or the average taxpayer,” said School Board member James Sampson.To be fair to the Buffalo district, administrators say the district is engaged in a school-based budgeting process that gives stakeholders more say in budget planning at the building level.In addition, Buffalo administrators prefer to delay any budget proposal until the state releases its education funding amounts for the new fiscal year starting April 1 so the district knows exactly how much revenue it has to work with, instead of guessing.“That’s a very legitimate issue,” said William Ansbrow, chief financial officer for the Rochester school district.But that’s also the opposite approach to the one that Rochester takes.In that school district, which is closest in size to Buffalo in the state, Superintendent Bolgen Vargas held five budget “open houses” with the community prior to the release of the 2014-15 budget proposal.One such event was part of a parent advisory committee meeting, Ansbrow said. Another was attached to a prekindergarten and kindergarten registration event for parents.The president of the Rochester School Board also held three special budget committee meetings as public meetings, separate from the superintendent’s, Ansbrow said. Two more public hearings were scheduled after the superintendent’s budget proposal was released.“We’re really transparent,” he said.The Rochester district released its draft budget in March, a huge document that includes detailed budget breakdowns for every individual school in the district. Administrators then scheduled three budget work sessions.Ansbrow said he has also received 160 questions from board members so far.In Syracuse, the school district drafts its preliminary budget in February, the earliest of the Big Five districts. Three public hearings were scheduled before the School Board submitted its budget to the mayor March 20.Suzanne Slack, the chief financial officer for the Syracuse district, said the reason for the early budget timetable is because the city’s budget timetable is earlier than other cities. For them, starting the budget process early is a matter of necessity, particularly since the City of Syracuse has more authority over the school district’s budget than exists in Rochester or Buffalo.Both Ansbrow and Slack acknowledged that developing their budget proposals so early can result in last-minute headaches if the state allocates a much different sum than what they had assumed would be given.They also said participation in public hearings can vary, from less than a dozen to a packed house. This year, for instance, Slack said no one showed up at the three public hearings on the Syracuse school budget.“If I’m cutting cheerleading, football and nursing, then it’s standing room only,” she said.But both financial officers also said their superintendents and school board members consider the efforts to involve the public to be too important to ignore.That culture of public involvement in the budget process, even if the public doesn’t always respond, does not appear to have taken hold to any great degree in Buffalo, though Chief Financial Officer Smith said she has been as open and forthcoming as possible with anyone who asks for information.“I think there’s probably some confusion over what the expectations are versus what we are presenting,” Smith said. “I have been presenting budgeting forecasts since October. I don’t know where that breakdown is.”Budget information is posted to the district’s website on the Finance Department page, she said, and public information is regularly presented at the board’s Finance and Operations Committee meetings.She said she was disappointed that so few showed up at the public budget meeting Thursday.“If people were coming to the meetings, looking online for our presentations, I think the information is there,” she said. “I truly have a desire to educate people ... If people feel there’s something we’re not providing, I need to know what that is.”Ansbrow and Slack both gave unsolicited praise to Smith for her work in Buffalo. They also said that when it comes to how long and how transparent the budget process is, it is the district’s leadership that calls the shots.Parent advocate Radford said the district is welcome to make budget presentations to the District Parent Coordinating Council, which has representatives from dozens of city schools, and at scheduled parent assemblies, but the district hasn’t tried doing either.Common Council Member Demone Smith, chairman of the Council’s Education Committee, also said it would be helpful if the district involved city leaders during its budget planning.“I think everybody would like to see something earlier,” he said.Buffalo school district leaders regularly complain this time of year that the city contributes only 7.5 percent of its total revenues to the Buffalo Public Schools, the smallest percentage among the Big Five districts. That $70 million accounts for only 9 percent of the district’s general fund revenue.In contrast, Rochester contributes $119 million. That equates to 15 percent of the city’s total revenues and 18 percent of the district’s general fund budget.Demone Smith said he sees that Big Five contribution bar chart every year at budget time. But without more useful budget interaction between the city and the district, it’s hard to justify the city providing more revenue than it already does.“Fifty-two percent of all the money we collect in property taxes goes to the Buffalo Public School system,” he said. “Any increases have to stay forever.”Finally, parents have said they would find it easier to be more involved in the budget process if they saw budget breakdowns for their individual schools. Rochester already does that, and Syracuse hopes to start doing it next year.There are not yet plans to provide any such breakdowns in Buffalo.Several Buffalo School Board members acknowledged that improvements need to be made to the district’s budgeting process so that the community doesn’t feel left out of a spending plan that is twice the size of the city’s own general fund.“There’s no question it could be much better,” said board member Carl Paladino.Sampson said it is a matter he hopes a newly elected board will tackle in the fall.“With the new board,” he said, “that’s one of the questions we’ve got to resolve.”The current board will have a few more opportunities to discuss the 2014-15 proposed budget before its adoption May 14.The board will have its next regular meeting April 23, participate in a special budget workshop April 25 and review the proposed budget again April 30 during a Finance and Operations Committee meeting. The Common Council will hold a public hearing on the district budget the week of May 5. email:
Happening April 13 2014 - Source:

Syracuse, Missing People
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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:

Fallen Niagara Falls police officers are honored Friday
NIAGARA FALLS – The Badge of Honor Association in conjunction with the Niagara Falls Police Department will dedicate six memorial signs in honor of six officers who lost their lives in the line of duty at 10 a.m. Friday at 428 Third Street. The event is open to the public.The Badge of Honor Association is a nonprofit organization of volunteer members of law enforcement from across New York State dedicated to honoring law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty. Since they were formed in March 2007 they have placed commemorative plaques in Rochester, Buffalo and Syracuse where officers made the ultimate sacrifice. Officers from Rochester, Webster and West Webster as well as the New York State Police Troop A and D have been honored.The sign dedication in Niagara Falls is the start of the Badge of Honor Association’s two month long tribute to 75 fallen officers in Western and Central New York.Officers honored in Niagara Falls on Friday include: Patrolman John A. Stenzel, killed by accidental gunfire on Jan. 6, 1941; Patrolman Leon L. Prudent, killed in a fall on Nov. 5, 1929; Detective Sgt. John Downs, killed by gunfire on Aug. 3, 1923; Patrolman John Ratkay, killed by gunfire on Oct. 10, 1917; Patrolman Michael McCormick, killed by gunfire July 23, 1908; and Constable Andrew J. Frank, suspension bridge Village Police Department, killed by gunfire on Sept. 16, 1865.
April 15 2014 - Source:

Stronger Penalties for Child Abusers Needed
According to the most recent statistics I could find, in 2012, more than 600,000 children in the United States and Puerto Rico were victims of child abuse and more than 1,500 children died as a result of abuse or neglect. Even more tragic, these are only reported cases of abuse and neglect. Continue reading →
April 01 2014 - Source:

$2K reward offered for conviction in connection with two pit bulls killed by severe trauma
Syracuse Police are still searching for the suspects wanted in connection with two pit bulls who died of severe trauma this weekend. Now, ‘Cuse Pit Crew hopes a $2,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person responsible will help people come forward.
March 26 2014 - Source:

SC man gets 6 years for NY drug-money laundering
A South Carolina tobacco broker has been sentenced to six years in prison for illegal cigarette manufacturing and laundering drug money by running it through slot machines at a northern New York Indian reservation.
March 25 2014 - Source:

Three Additional Arrests Made in March 4 Meth Probe
As a result of the continued investigation into the below listed incident from March 4, the Oswego City Police Department’s Anti-Crime Team (ACT) has made the following arrests: Kerriann M. Johnson, 23, of 1 E. Seventh St., Oswego; Dale K. Butler Jr., 32, and Kally L. Carr, 29, both of 212 Syracuse Ave., Oswego. Continue reading →
March 18 2014 - Source:

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