Criminal tampering arrest

The Waterloo Police Department reports on 9/11/19 at 8:56 AM Timothy L Zuke, 46, of Waterloo was arrested for Criminal tampering in the third degree. The arrest stems from an incident where it is alleged Zuke tampered with the property of another village resident with the intent to cause a substantial inconvenience. Zuke was transported to the SCCF to await arraignment.

Endangering the welfare of a child arrest


Waterloo Police Department arrested Rachelle L. Poole, age 48, of 941 Wat-Gen Rd, Waterloo, on 9/10/19 following a disturbance on Swift St around 1900hrs. Poole was charged with Criminal Trespass 2nd, Unlawful Imprisonment 2nd, Endangering the Welfare of a Child, and Harassment 2nd. She was issued appearance tickets to appear in Waterloo Village Court on 9/18/19.

Criminal contempt arrest

The Waterloo Police Department reports on August 8th at 6:06 PM Kyle E Beavers, 30, of Auburn NY was arrested for criminal contempt in the second degree. The arrest stems from an incident occurring on July 23rd where it is alleged Beavers violated a class A order of protection by entering the residence of the protected party and remaining on said premises. Beavers was transported to the Seneca County Correctional Facility to await arraignment.

Endangering the welfare of a child and Harassment 2nd arrest

The Waterloo Police Department reports on August 7th at 11:00 PM Joshua R Read, 28, of Waterloo was arrested for two counts of Endangering the welfare of a child and Harassment in the 2nd degree. The arrest stems from a domestic incident where it is alleged Read attempted to provoke a Waterloo Village resident into a physical altercation while in the presence of two children. Read was transported to the SCCF to await arraignment.

DWI arrest

The Waterloo Police Department reports on 5/26/19 at 11:29 PM Dave C Doxstader, 57, of Waterloo NY was arrested for felony driving while intoxicated. The arrest stems from a traffic complaint where Doxstader was observed by a citizen operating a vehicle and parking irregularly in a parking lot at a Village of Waterloo business. Upon investigation it was determined Doxstader was operating the vehicle while under the influence of alcohol. Doxstader was transported to the Seneca County Correction Facility to await arraignment for the charge.

 

Fugitive from justice arrest

On Saturday 05/18/2019 at 6:06am the Waterloo Police Dept. arrested Jeremy P. Picchi Sr. age 38 of Lovers Lane Alamogordo, NM as a Fugitive from Justice in the State of New York. Mr Picchi is accused of Custodial Interference for violating a custody order issued by the 12th Judicial District Court in Otero County in the State of New Mexico where an active extraditable nationwide arrest warrant was issued for his arrest. Mr. Picchi was located at a residence in the Village of Waterloo and while being taken into custody Mr. Picchi was found to be in possession of a 9mm handgun while not being lawfully permitted to possess the handgun in New York State. Mr. Picchi was charged with Criminal Possession of a Firearm for unlawfully possessing the handgun in the State of New York. Officers also located a juvenile at the same residence with Mr. Picchi, this juvenile had been reported missing by the New Mexico State Police. Seneca County Child Protective Services was contacted and provided assistance with the juvenile. Mr. Picchi is being held at the Seneca County Correctional Facility awaiting arraignment. Also assisting the Waterloo Police Dept. during this arrest was the New York State Police, Seneca County Sheriff’s Office and the Town of Seneca Falls Police Dept.

Cruelty to animals, Reckless endangerment arrest

Waterloo Police Department arrested James A. Middeke III, age 29, of Swift
St, Waterloo, on 5/3/19 on a warrant for Reckless Endangerment 2nd and
Cruelty to Animals.  Middeke is accused of harming a dog while inside a
moving vehicle on 5/2/19, and then throwing the dog at the operator of the
vehicle, leading to the vehicle striking another car and then going into a
ditch.

Middeke was brought to SCCF to await arraignment.

Endangering arrest

On 12/05/18, the Waterloo Police Department arrested Kevin M. Erb, 31, of
56 W. Elizabeth St. in the Village of Waterloo for two counts of
Endangering the Welfare of a Child. Charges stem from an incident that
occurred on 11/17/18 at Erb’s Village of waterloo residence. It is
alleged that Erb was under the influence of a narcotic while in the care
of two children. Erb was arraigned at the Village of Waterloo Court and
was released and is to reappear in the Village of Waterloo Court on
1/19/19.

Harassment, Resisting arrest

On 10/15/18, the Waterloo Police Department arrested Barbara G. Reilly,
66, of Waterloo, NY for Harassment in the 2nd degree and
Resisting Arrest.  The charges stem from an incident where it is alleged Reilly was harassing other residents of her apartment complex.  When Officers responded, Reilly made several comments of harming other people with a knife.  Reilly refused to come out of her apartment and barricaded the door. Reilly was subsequently taken into custody after Officers made entry through a window and secured at the Seneca County Correctional Facility to await Central Arraignment.  The Waterloo Police Department was assisted by the Seneca County Sherriff’s Office.

Aggravated harassment arrest

The Waterloo Police Department reports on 10/20/18 at 8:38 PM Michael J Tobin, 26, of Waterloo NY was arrested for Aggravated Harassment in the second degree (class A misdemeanor). The arrest stems from an incident occurring at approximately 1:00 AM on 10/20/18 where it is alleged Tobin harassed a Waterloo resident, making racial and threatening remarks over the course of the incident. Heers was transported to the Seneca County Correctional Facility for pre-arraignment holding.