Families with seasonal homes may want to install security surveillance devices. 😠According to Sheriff Robert Maciol, Sheriff Deputies have had an increase of calls regarding large parties throughout the County that we would like the public to be aware of.
Since the end of June Law Enforcement from various Agencies have been called to large parties where the individuals in attendance to these parties are of various ages ranging between 16 years old to 25 years old. Through investigations and interviews it has been found that the locations for these parties are being forwarded through Snapchat and drawing crowds in excess of 200 people. Individuals in attendance of these large parties are both local residents as well as individuals from neighboring Counties. It has also been alleged that some of the individuals in attendance have local Gang affiliations. The areas in which the parties seem to be occurring are in rural secluded wooded areas off of seasonal or dirt roads which are on both State owned and privately owned wooded properties.
There also has been various alleged crimes to have been occurring as a result of these large parties. The crimes include, Larceny, Robbery, Assault, shots being fired, Weapons Possession, Menacing, and Underage Drinking. As a result of these parties it was also found that various items of property have been left behind, abandoned, as well as garbage and empty alcohol containers.
At this time Deputies would appreciate for the public to be aware of and on the look out for any large parties that maybe occurring in their communities. If you suspect that a large party is occurring, or is going to occur in the future, you can contact 911 or the Sheriffs Office non emergency number at 315-736-0141. Tips can also be submitted through Crime Stoppers. All tips will be kept confidential.
The Sheriffs Office is continuing to investigate and take pro-active police action to deter these large parties. Any tips and cooperation from the community would be appreciated. ... See MoreSee Less
Another Covid Casualty-- The NYSSA Snowmobile Forum/Conference is Cancelled. Awards will be announced at next Years April 23-25, 2021 Forum at the OnCenter
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Tug Hill Hideaway... Good Luck to the new owner Kevin and Crew and also good luck to Denis and Stephanie in their next adventure!We congratulate the new owner, Kevin, who received the key of success from the exiting owners. A soft opening took place on Friday and The Hideaway is open today. Come say hello to Kevin. Current hours are Friday at 4 PM, Sat & Sun open at noon. Today's specials; Open Face Prime Rib and Shaved Prime Rib sandwich. ... See MoreSee Less