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MATTHEW J HARP, DOB 2/26/91, of Mac Arthur Parkway in Oneida, was arrested on 9/23/16 for Criminal
Possession of Controlled Substance 7th Degree and Failure to Appear in Court.

LEONARD S SPATTER, DOB 1/30/80, of Pine Ridge Road in Canastota, was arrested on 9/24/16 for Unlawful
Growing of Cannabis.

KERI L WHITMEYER, DOB 6/8/96, of Lewis Point Road on Canastota, was arrested on 9/24/16 for Unlawful
Growing of Cannabis.

LAREBEE M WHITE, DOB 9/10/80, of Gifford Street in Syracuse, was arrested on 9/23/16 for False
Personation, Aggravated Unlicensed Operation 2nd Degree, Criminal Tampering 3rd Degree, and other traffic
violations.

EMILY E SCHUG, DOB 1/28/83, of State Route 13 in Fenner, was arrested on 9/24/16 for Aggravated
Unlicensed Operation 2nd Degree, Driving While Ability Impaired by Drugs, and other traffic violations.

BRIAN L TEACHOUT, DOB 10/12/84, of Taylor Road in Sullivan, was arrested on 9/19/16 for Harassment 2nd
Degree (Physical Contact).

DANNY L JAYSON SR, DOB 5/30/71, of East Hill Road in Munnsville, was arrested on 9/22/16 for
Torturing/Injuring Animals.

ADAM DAVID ABERDEEN, DOB 3/7/96, of Teal Ave in Syracuse, was arrested on 9/23/16 for Driving While
Intoxicated, Unlawful Possession of Marijuana, Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol and Drugs, and other
traffic violations.

VICTORIA L OGDEN-BURROWS, DOB 8/19/74, of Cuyler-Lincklaen Rd in Deruyter, was arrested on 9/19/16
for Aggravated DWI With Child Passenger (Leandra;s Law Felony), Driving While Ability Impaired by Drugs,
Endangering the Welfare of a Child, Criminal Possession of Controlled Substance 7th Degree, Controlled
Substance Not in Original Container, and other traffic violations.

RACHEL S CROUCH, DOB 2/5/94, of Erieville Road in Erieville, was arrested on 9/21/16 for Aggravated
Unlicensed Operation 2nd Degree, Criminal Possession of Controlled Substance 7th Degree, Controlled
Substance Not in Original Container, and other traffic violations.


TOBY G THOMPSON, DOB 8/6/87, of Kay Circle in Canastota, was arrested on 9/21/16 for Violation of
Probation.

UPDATED: 9/26/2016
Madison County and State Officials Hold Press
Conference to Urge Governor Andrew Cuomo to Sign
Legislation Providing Gaming Revenue to Madison
County
MADISON COUNTY PRESS RELEASE

Chairman of the Madison County Board of Supervisors John M. Becker,  Senator David Valesky, Assemblyman
William Magee and Madison County Supervisors and Officials held a press conference on Thursday, September
22, 2016 to urge Governor Cuomo to sign Senate Bill S.5670A and Assembly bill A7844 (AN ACT to amend the
State finance law, in relation to the sharing of revenue from gaming devices located within the County of Madison)
which would provide Madison County with revenue for any gaming facility located in Madison County.  The bill,
which was passed in the Senate 59-1 and in the Assembly 124-4, was called down to the Governor’s Desk on
Wednesday and would give equal treatment to Madison County by providing it with the same revenue-sharing
payments received by other counties for in-county gaming without modifying the settlement agreement signed
between the State, Oneida Indian Nation and Madison and Oneida Counties in 2013.

Chairman Becker stated, “There was no gaming in Madison County when the settlement agreement was
negotiated and adopted in 2013, and the possibility of such future gaming was never discussed or contemplated. I
know the Governor will do the right thing and sign this legislation to ensure the residents of Madison County are
treated the same as every other community in New York State when it comes to the sharing of gaming revenue.”
Senator David Valesky stated, “I urge Governor Cuomo to sign this legislation, which would provide Madison
County with its fair share of gaming revenue. Madison County is the only county in this state that does not receive
part of the State's share of Native American gaming revenue within its borders. This legislation rectifies that, and
provides much needed revenue to alleviate the increased strain that gaming causes on county services and
infrastructure.”

Assemblyman William Magee stated, “Although Madison County has incurred, and will continue to incur, the same
costs and burdens that other host counties face, it currently receives none of the revenue-sharing payments
enjoyed by all other host counties to help mitigate these impacts.  This legislation would ensure that Madison
County is treated like all other host counties.”
Driver Found Slumped Over Wheel in the Town
of Vernon Charged With DWAI-Drugs/Alcohol
STATE POLICE PRESS RELEASE

Oneida based state police charged a Munnsville woman with DWAI-Drugs and alcohol after investigating a report
of a person slumped over the steering wheel of a vehicle in the Town of Vernon Tuesday evening.

At approximately 10:20 p.m. on September 20, Trooper Steven Fountain was dispatched to the area of Sholtz
Road and Wentworth Drive in the Town of Vernon to investigate a possible motor vehicle accident.  Upon arrival,
he observed a 2007 Chrysler minivan idling on the front lawn of a residence with a woman slumped over asleep in
the driver's seat.  After waking the driver, identified as
Nicole M. Ennis, age 30, of West Road, Munnsville, it was
observed that she had an odor of alcoholic beverage on her breath.  Sobriety tests revealed that Ennis was
impaired by a substance other than just alcohol and she was taken into custody.  A quantity of marijuana and
Xanax pills, which Ennis did not have a prescription for, were located inside the minivan.  Ennis was transported to
the SP Oneida barracks and evaluated by a drug recognition expert, where it was determined that Ennis was
under the influence of a controlled substance.  A breath test determined her blood alcohol content to be .07%.  
Ennis was charged with Driving while Impaired by the combination of drugs and alcohol, Criminal Possession of a
Controlled Substance 7th Degree, unlawful possession of marijuana and other traffic charges and is scheduled to
appear in the Town of Vernon Court on September 28, 2016.