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Department Arrest Information
SHAWN R BOYSON, DOB 3/9/91, of Wood Road in Bridgeport, was arrested on 11/23/16 for Failure to Appear
in Court.

WILLIAM A KAULBACK, DOB 5/15/88, of Whitelaw Road in Canastota, was arrested on 11/27/16 for Criminal
Trespass 2nd Degree, Criminal Mischief 4th Degree, and Criminal Contempt 2nd Degree.

ANTWAN D MAXWELL, DOB 7/26/80, of Edwin Street in Chittenango, was arrested on 11/27/16 for
Aggravated Unlicensed Operation 3rd Degree, Unlawful Possession of Marijuana, and other traffic violations.

ALLEN N COONROD, DOB 9/30/83, of Falls Blvd in Chittenango, was arrested on 11/26/16 for Criminal
Mischief 4th Degree and Endangering the Welfare of a Child.

WENDY E DUMARS, DOB 12/15/78, of Fyler Road in Kirkville, was arrested on 11/26/16 for Driving While
Intoxicated, Aggravated Driving While Intoxicated, and other traffic violations.

JENNIFER S SHETLER, DOB 1/10/84, of Bailey Street in Chittenango, was arrested on 11/23/16 for
Misdemeanor Violation of Probation.

UPDATED: 11/28/2016
The Madison County Historical Society
Victorian Christmas Open House is December
11th at Cottage Lawn

The Madison County Historical Society will hold its Victorian Christmas Open House on December 11th from 1 to 4
pm at Cottage Lawn, headquarters of the society, located at 435 Main Street, Oneida.  This event is free and
open to the public.  The period rooms will be festively decorated by Oneida area florist-Balloons and Blossoms
and area garden clubs -Green Thumb Garden Club and Sherrill Garden Club.

Holiday music will ring throughout the house all afternoon. The Oneida Chorale Ensemble under the direction of
Kim Nethway will perform from 1:00-1:30 pm.  Oneida High School Select Choir under the direction of Heather O’
Connell will perform from 1:30-2:00 pm.  The Whitelaw Ringers of Praise Ensemble will perform from 2:00- 2:30
pm under the director of Esther Jaquin. St. Pat’s Angels under the direction of Catherine Lare will perform from 2:
30-3:00. Vernon- Verona- Sherrill String Ensemble and Instrumental Ensemble will perform from 3:00-3:30 pm.
Holy Cross Academy Choir under the direction of Roselle Lynch will perform from 3:30- 4:00 pm.

Come visit the society’s latest temporary exhibit, “A Celebration of Needle Arts” that showcases many quilts,
embroidery, cross stitch, beaded work, and samplers from the Madison County Historical Society’s collection. Also
on display are prayer quilts on loan from the First United Methodist Church in Oneida. The exhibition is on view
from October 16 through February 1, 2017.

Visit our gift shop for that special holiday gift such as membership to the historical society, Hop Fest shirts, paper
dolls, and historical literature. Raffle tickets for the 50/50 raffle and gift baskets will be sold during the event. All
drawings will be held at the end of the event.

Come join us on Sunday, December 11th from 1 -4 pm at the Madison County Historical Society’s Annual
Victorian Christmas Open House. The event is free and open to the public. Holiday refreshments will be served.  
For more information, please contact the Madison County Historical Society at (315) 363-4136 or (315) 361-9735,
or email:, or visit our website at, and like us on Facebook at Madison
County Historical Society, Oneida, NY.
Winter Weather Awareness Tips
From The Madison County Sheriff

(Wampsville) Winter weather can be dangerous if you are not prepared. The Madison County Sheriff’s Office asks
that drivers start to prepare for the upcoming winter months now.  New York State is known for its cold, snowy and
icy winters, especially in upstate NY. However, every part of the state is vulnerable to big snow and ice storms and
bitter cold.

Sheriff Allen Riley says the best advice for driving in bad winter weather is to avoid it if at all possible. Don't go out
until the snow plows and sanding trucks have had a chance to do their work, and allow yourself extra time to
reach your destination.  Riley also stated that paying close attention to the radio and television is essential for up
to date weather advisories that affect our area.

If you must drive in snowy conditions, make sure your car is prepared, and that you know how to handle road
conditions.  Always allow yourself plenty of extra time in your travels, even if you consider yourself a seasoned
driver, always share the route you will be taking to your destination with someone else, and carry your fully
charged cell phone with you if you have one in case of an emergency.


Maintain Your Car: Check battery, tire tread, and windshield wipers, keep your windows clear, put no-freeze fluid
in the washer reservoir, and check your antifreeze.  If you use studded snow tires, NYS allows use only between
the time period of October 15 until May 1.

Have On Hand: flashlight, jumper cables, abrasive material (sand, kitty litter, even floor mats), shovel, snow brush
and ice scraper, warning devices (like flares) and blankets. For long trips, add food and water, medication and
cell phone.

Stopped or Stalled? Stay in your car, don’t overexert, put bright markers on antenna or windows and shine your
dome light. If you run your car, make sure to clear the exhaust pipe and
run it just enough to stay warm.

Plan Your route: Allow plenty of time (check the weather and leave early if necessary), be familiar with the maps/
directions, and let others know your route and arrival time.

Practice Cold Weather Driving!

* During the daylight, rehearse maneuvers slowly on ice or snow in an empty lot.
* Steer into a skid.
* Know what your brakes will do: stomp on antilock brakes, pump on non-antilock brakes.
* Stopping distances are longer on water-covered ice and ice.
* Don’t idle for a long time with the windows up or in an enclosed space.


* Buckle up and use child safety seats properly.
* Never place a rear-facing infant seat in front of an air bag.
* Children 12 and under are much safer in the back seat.


* Drugs and alcohol never mix with driving. If you are planning to drink, designate a sober driver.
* Slow down and increase distances between cars.
* Keep your eyes open for pedestrians walking in the road.
* Avoid fatigue – Get plenty of rest before the trip, stop at least every three hours,
and rotate drivers if possible.

The Sheriff noted that The National Weather Service will issue public information statements on a regular basis.
You will also be able to find these Public Information Statements and more information on winter preparedness on
their main web site at:  The Weather Service will also post information on winter
preparedness on their Facebook page which is  and Twitter page
which is
Oneida Police Investigating Hit and Run
Accident, Seek Assistance from the Public;
Pedestrian Injured

The Oneida Police Department is investigating a personal injury motor vehicle accident which occurred on
Saturday evening, November 26, 2016, at approximately 5 PM.  The accident occurred at the intersection of Rt.
46 and Rt. 5.  A pedestrian who was crossing in the crosswalk at that intersection was struck by a pick up which
was proceeding northbound on Rt. 46 and then turned eastbound onto Rt. 5.  The pick up truck, which left the
scene of the accident, is described as being either white or gray in color.   The Oneida Police Department is
looking to speak with any possible witnesses or anybody who may have information regarding this accident.   
Oneida Police Report Meth Lab
Investigation, Two Subjects
Arrested on Multiple Charges

On November 15, 2016, members of the Oneida Police Department were called to a residence regarding a
suspicious chemical smell.  Upon arrival, officers noted signs of a possible meth lab operation.  A search warrant
was subsequently obtained and with the assistance of the New York State Police CCERT team, the residence was
searched whereupon evidence of meth manufacturing was found.  As a result of this investigation,
William D.
23, of 585 Tubbs Rd. in Waterville was arrested for possession of a precursor with knowledge it would
be used to manufacture meth.  He was issued an appearance ticket to appear in Oneida City Court at a later
date.  Also arrested was
Kimberly A. Humble, 33, of 362 Stone St., Oneida.  She was charged with criminal
possession of a controlled substance in the second degree, unlawful manufacture of meth in the third degree,
criminal possession of precursors of meth, criminal possession of meth manufacture materials in the first degree,
criminal possession of meth manufacture in the second degree, criminal possession of a controlled substance in
the 7th degree, possession of hypodermic instruments and reckless endangerment in the second degree.  She
was arraigned in Oneida City Court and remanded in lieu of $50,000 cash or $100,000 bond.