Child Safety Seat Check

The Waterloo Police Department, in conjunction with the Seneca Falls Police Department, Seneca County Sheriff’s Department, and Seneca County Public Health, will be hosting a car seat check station, Saturday, September 21st, from 9am until 1pm, at the Waterloo Fire Department on E. Water St, Waterloo. This event is part of National Child Passenger Safety Week, running from September 15-21. This event is free to attend, and car seats may be provided on an “as needed” basis.

This event is designed as both an educational event for parents and caregivers, as well as a safety event to ensure car seats are being used properly. It is asked that all participants in the event have the child present to ensure proper fitment.

All are reminded to check over the child safety seat(s) that they are using to ensure they are fitted properly to the child, secured properly in the vehicle, have no recent recalls or defects, and are not expired or unsafe.

If you have any questions leading up to the event, you can reach the Waterloo Police Department at 315-539-2501, or one of the other participating agencies listed above.

Arrest Following Disturbance on Swift Street

On September 10th, 2019, the Waterloo Police Department arrested Rachelle L. Poole, age 48, of 941 Waterloo Geneva Rd, Waterloo, NY. Poole was charged with Criminal Trespass 2nd degree, Unlawful Imprisonment 2nd degree, Endangering the Welfare of a Child, and Harassment 2nd degree. The charges stem from an call for a disturbance on Swift St in the Village of Waterloo. Poole was issued appearance tickets and is to appear in the Village of Waterloo Court on September 18th, 2019 at 5:00pm.

Possession of Forged Instrument Arrest

On Spetember 9th, 2019, the Waterloo Police Department arrested Edwin Irizarry-Sprague, age 21, on an arrest warrant for Criminal Possession of a forged instrument in the 2nd degree (class D felony). The arrest stems from an incident where it is alleged that Irizarry-Sprague forged a check and cashed it at a Village of Waterloo business. Irizarry Sprague was secured at the Seneca County Correctional Facility to await central arraignment court.

Motorcycle Struck by Vehicle on East Main St

On August 25th, 2019 at about 3:15pm the Waterloo Police Department Investigated a car vs. motorcycle personal injury motor vehicle accident. Randall Soeder, age 58, of Syracuse, NY was traveling East on East Main St in the Village of Waterloo, operating a 2001 Suzuki motorcycle. David Snider, age 53, of Spencerport , NY, was operating a 2015 BMW 335, and pulled out of a parking space on East Main St into the path of Soeder’s motorcycle, and struck the motorcycle as it was passing by. Randall Soeder and his passenger, Laura Soeder, were then ejected from the motorcycle. North Seneca Ambulance transported both motorcycle occupants to Geneva General Hospital with non-life threatening injuries. Snider was issued a citation for failure to yield right of way. The Waterloo Police Department was assisted at the scene by the Waterloo Fire Department, Seneca County Sheriff’s Office and New York State Police.

Criminal Contempt and Aggravated Family Offense Arrest

On August 17th, 2019 the Waterloo Police Department arrested Damon M. Moody, age 51, of 400 W Main St Waterloo, NY. Moody was charged with Harassment 2nd, Criminal Mischief 4th, Criminal Contempt 1st, and Aggravated Family Offense. The arrest stems from a domestic incident where it is alleged that Moody shoved another Village of Waterloo resident and also damaged property, violating active class B order of protection in place. The Aggravated Family Offense charge is a result of Moody having prior convictions for a specified family offense. Moody was secured at the Seneca County Correctional Facility to await Centralized Arraignment Court.

Burglary Arrest

On July 3rd, 2019 the Waterloo Police Department arrested Noah Horton, age 19, of 3 Clark St Waterloo, NY, and a second male who’s name is being withheld due to age, following a burglary investigation. The males were charged with Burglary in the second degree, Criminal Mischief in the second degree, and Petit Larceny. It is alleged that the two males entered a vacant home in the Village of Waterloo, stole items, and caused property damage exceeding $1500. The juvenile was issued appearance tickets for a later date. Horton was transported to the Seneca County Correctional Facility to await arraignment. The Waterloo Police Department was assisted by the Seneca County Sheriff’s Office Investigation Division and the Seneca Falls Police Department.

Felony Driving While Intoxicated Arrest

The Waterloo Police Department reports, on June 15th, 2019 officers arrested Philip S. Wheeler, 32, of 3109 Woodworth Rd Waterloo NY for 2 counts of Driving with a .08 BAC or higher with a child in the vehicle (felony), Driving While Intoxicated, Aggravated Unlicensed Operation in the 3rd Degree and speeding.  The charges stem from a traffic stop where it is alleged that Wheeler was speeding on E River St in the Village if
Waterloo.  Wheeler was stopped by officers and subsequently arrested for DWI.  Wheeler was transported to the Seneca County Correctional facility to await arraignment.

Unauthorized use of a motor vehicle arrest

The Waterloo Police Department reports, on June 29th, 2019 at about 8:15pm officers arrested Aden L. Blevins, age 31, of 2982 E Bayard St, Seneca Falls, NY. Blevins was charged with Unauthorized Use of a Vehicle in the third degree and unlicensed operation. It is alleged that Blevins drove a Village of Waterloo resident’s vehicle without their permission, and did not have a valid driver’s license. Blevins was issued appearance tickets and is to appear in the Village of Waterloo Court on July 17th, 2019 at 5:00pm.

Waterloo PD Receives Drug Collection Unit




Joint effort by CVS Health and Partnership for Drug-Free Kids aims to combat drug abuse, encourage safe drug disposal in local communities


Waterloo, NY, June 26th, 2019 — Waterloo Police Department announced today it has been awarded a grant for a drug collection unit as part of CVS Health’s Medication Disposal for Safer Communities Program. The new unit will be located at the front lobby of the Waterloo Police Department, 41 W. Main St Waterloo, NY, and will provide residents with a safe and environmentally responsible way to dispose of unwanted, unused or expired medication, including controlled substances.

“CVS Health is dedicated to helping the communities we serve address and prevent prescription drug abuse,” said Tom Davis, R.Ph., Vice President of Pharmacy Professional Services at CVS Health. “Reducing the amount of unused and unwanted medication in the home is critical to preventing prescription drug abuse. We are proud to work with the Partnership for Drug-Free Kids and local leaders to increase convenient access to safe medication disposal.”

The new drug disposal unit will help to reduce the amount of unneeded medicine in residents’ homes and decrease the potential for prescription drug abuse, which has soared in recent years, especially among teenagers. More than 70 percent of teenagers say it is easy to get prescription drugs from their parents’ medicine cabinets, according to a Partnership for Drug-Free Kids study. Proper drug disposal also helps to prevent the contamination of local landfills and water supplies from unused medication.

“Safely disposing of unused medication is critical to preventing prescription drug abuse and keeping pharmaceuticals out of our waterways,” said Chief Jason Godley. “The Waterloo Police Department is proud to partner with CVS Health and we thank them for their commitment to helping residents reduce the amount of unneeded medicine in our community.

Since 2014, CVS Health has been encouraging safe medication disposal by donating safe medication disposal units to local law enforcement. To help make year-round disposal options more accessible, CVS Pharmacy has installed safe medication disposal units in more than 1,000 CVS Pharmacy locations across the country and has donated 950 additional units to community locations such as police departments. Together, these units have collected more than 324 metric tons, or 715,000 pounds, of unwanted medication that might otherwise have been diverted, misused or ended up in our water supplies.

The Medication Disposal for Safer Communities program builds on CVS Health’s overall commitment to help communities address and prevent drug abuse, including through education and prevention. Launched in 2015, CVS Health’s Pharmacists Teach program gives its pharmacists the opportunity to volunteer to speak to students at local schools about the dangers of drug abuse. Nearly 475,000 students have already benefitted from the program. CVS Pharmacy’s website also provides patients with resources to prevent prescription drug abuse and ensure safe use of medication.

Waterloo, NY’s new Drug Collection Unit site is open to the public from the hours of 8:30AM to 5:00PM, Monday through Friday and drugs can be dropped off with no questions asked. Waterloo, NY residents and CVS Pharmacy customers can also inquire about the Medication Disposal for Safer Communities Program at the toll free phone number 1-866-559-8830 or visit

About CVS Health

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Child Abuse Arrest

The Waterloo Police Department reports, on June 5th, 2019 officers arrested Kyle E. Beavers, age 29, of 41 Church St Apt E5, Waterloo, NY. Beavers was charged with Attempted Sexual Abuse in the first degree, Assault in the third degree, and Endangering the Welfare of a Child. The charges stem from a dispute where it is alleged that Beavers attempted to force an child under the age of 11 to touch him in a sexual manner, and also struck the child. Beavers was arraigned in the Village of Waterloo Court where an order of protection was issued, and released on his own recognizance.