DWI Arrest following property damage accident

The Village of Waterloo Police Department reports that on November 10th,
2018 at 5:30am, officers arrested Eric P. Morrison, 29, of 310 E Williams St in the Village of Waterloo. Morrison was charged with Driving While Intoxicated, Driving with .08% of 1% or more and moving from the lane unsafely. The arrest stems from an investigation into a 4 car property damage accident on E Williams St in the Village of Waterloo. Morrison was
traveling East bound on E Williams St when he lost control of his vehicle striking several parked vehicles and the vehicle finally stopped after striking a front porch.  Three of the vehicles suffered extensive damage and were towed from the scene. Officers were assisted at the scene by North Seneca Ambulance, Waterloo Fire Department, Seneca County Sheriffs Office, and the New York State Police.  Morrison was released on traffic tickets and is to appear in the Village of Waterloo Court on December 19th, 2018.

Criminal Mischief and Criminal Contempt Arrest

The Waterloo Police Department  arrested Michael Tobin Jr, age 26, of Waterloo, NY, on charges of Criminal Mischief 3rd, Criminal Contempt 2nd, Harassment 2nd and Resisting Arrest. The charges stem from an incident on Church St on 10/30/18.  Tobin is accused of spitting at a person who had an active order of protection against him and then running from police when they attempted to arrest him.  Tobin was also charged with damaging an entry door to a building on Church St.  He was arraigned at Seneca County Central Arraignment and held on $2500/$5000 bail, and a stay away order of protection was issued for the victim.

Waterloo Halloween Parade

          The Waterloo Lions Club will be holding its annual Halloween Parade tonight, October 25 starting at 7PM. Anyone who is interested in participating in the parade should arrive in costume at the American Legion in Waterloo at 6:30PM for line up. The parade will step off at 7PM which will be led by the Waterloo Police Department and travel west on West Williams Street to Chestnut Street and end at the VFW, 29 West Elisha Street. The Waterloo Middle School Band will also be performing in the parade, and the Waterloo Fire Department will be following behind in a fire truck to ensure safety. 

            Participants are encouraged to enter the VFW through the double doors and enjoy refreshments inside the VFW. There will be pizza, candy, cider and other treats to enjoy. The Waterloo Lions Club will also be judging costumes and handing out awards.

           Parents are encouraged to walk with their kids in the parade and to make sure that the costumes are visible in the dark in some fashion, and that they can see clearly through any mask that they wear. Come out and help kick off the Halloween season.

Order of Protection Violation Arrest

The Waterloo Police Department reports, on 10-23-18 at 6:55pm, officers arrested Justin D. Warner, age 28, of Gorham, NY. Warner was taken into custody on an arrest warrant for Criminal Contempt in the 1st degree (E Felony), and Aggravated Harassment in the second degree (A Misdemeanor). The charges stem from an incident on 6-11-18 where it is alleged that Warner made threats over the phone to a protected party of an order of protection. Warner was already secured at the Seneca County Correctional Facility on other charges, and was held for Central Arraignment Court.

Burglary, Grand Larceny Arrest

The Waterloo Police Department reports, on October 15th, 2018 at 4:42pm, officers arrested Natalie D. Rivers, age 40, of 214 W Main St Waterloo, NY.  Rivers was charged with Grand Larceny in the 4th degree, Burglary in the 2nd degree, Petit Larceny, Disorderly Conduct, Endangering the Welfare of a Child and 2 counts of Criminal Trespass in the 2nd degree.

The charges stem from various calls reporting a female had entered several different residences in the Village.

Rivers was taken into custody and secured in the Seneca County Correctional Facility to await Central Arraignment Court. The Waterloo Police Department was assisted by the New York State Police.

Burglary Arrest

The Waterloo Police Department reports, on October 5th, 2018 at 12:55am, officers arrested Timothy J. Fridley, age 38, of 26 Daniels St Seneca Falls, NY. Fridley was charged with Burglary in the third degree, Grand Larceny in the fourth degree, Petit Larceny and Criminal mischief in the 4th degree.

The charges stem from a call for burglary alarm at a Village of Waterloo Business, where it was found that someone had forcefully entered the building and stole a quantity of cash.

Fridley was taken into custody and secured in the Seneca County Correctional Facility to await Central Arraignment Court.

The Waterloo Police Department was assisted by the Seneca County Sheriff’s Office, and assisted by the Seneca Falls Police Department.

Martha Mignosa retires after 38 years if service

After 38 years of dedicated service to the Waterloo Police Department and to the residents of the Village of Waterloo, Martha Mignosa (Pullen) will retire from her position as Police Department Clerk. During her tenure, Martha helped the department in countless ways and was a crucial part of transitioning the department to new technologies and advancements throughout her career. The officers of the Waterloo Police Department would all like to wish Martha well as she begins the next chapter in her life.

 

Additionally, the Waterloo Police Department is proud to announce the hiring of Erica Donk who will replace Martha as our police department clerk. Erica started her training with Martha and will begin her new career Oct. 1. Erica brings a fresh and innovative way of handling the position and has already been received well by the officers of the department and community.

Village of Waterloo Fall Trash Pick Up

2018 FALL TRASH PICK- UP SCHEDULE

MONDAY October 15th

ALL OF EAST MAIN ST.

  1. N. Gorham St.

All streets east of Virginia St. (not including Virginia St.) to Mill St.(including Mill St.) North Rd. – east of Virginia St.

 

MONDAY October 22ND

ALL OF WEST MAIN ST.

Locust St. and all dead end streets south of W. Main St.

All of Virginia St. (North)

All streets west of Virginia St. North Rd. – west of Virginia St.

 

MONDAY – October 29th

All streets east of Mill St. to Thurber Drive, including E. William from Mill to Thurber and Chapel St. All of Wycliffe Rd.

All streets south of Main St. including E & W Water St.

(SOUTH OF THE VILLAGE)

 

All trash must be at the curb by MONDAY MORNING for your area. Please do not pile any trash against a Fire Hydrant, Tree or Telephone Pole. Please keep all Appliances, and Hot Water Tanks separate as they will be picked up at a different time. No refrigerators , freezers, air conditioners will be picked up unless the compressor is removed because of the freon. 55 GAL drums, tires, batteries or hazardous materials (paint, solvents or fuels) will not be picked up. There can be no more than One Truckload per household. If required the Second Truckload will be billed to you at $100.00 per load. This service is for Village Residents Only. Any one observed bringing trash from outside the Village will be prosecuted.      <

 

Disposal of couches, chairs, mattresses or box springs is limited to fall pick up only.

 

NOTICE: LEAVES, LIMBS and BRUSH for the FALL

PICK UP ONLY must be at the curb on the Monday of your week and will be picked up as soon as possible for that week. Please keep them separate from your other trash. Leaves should be in Plastic Bags; no loose leaves will be picked up. All limbs placed at the street should have the large (cut) end facing the same direction and parallel to the street.

THIS WILL BE THE FINAL TIME THAT LIMBS AND BRUSH WILL BE PICKED UP UNTIL SPRING.

However, we will continue to compost leaves.

 

NO AUTO PARTS, TIRES, PROPANE TANKS, COMPUTERS, CELL PHONES, BATTERIES or

HAZARDOUS MATERIALS will be picked up. Seneca County will be holding their Annual Household Hazardous Waste Drop Off Day in the Fall. Please call

(315) 539-1945 to register.

AUO 2nd arrest

Waterloo Police arrested Shawn M. Brown, age 56, of Powderly Rd, Waterloo
for Aggravated Unlicensed Operation 2nd, following a complaint of him
driving on 9/6/18.  He was released on a ticket to answer in Waterloo
Village Court.