Criminal Mischief Arrest

The Waterloo Police Department reports at 6:47 PM on September 26th, 2020 John B Klingensmith, 32, of Waterloo was arrested for Criminal mischief in the fourth degree. The arrest stems from an incident that occurred on September 20th where it is alleged Klingensmith intentionally damaged the property of a Village resident. Klingensmith was issued an appearance ticket and is scheduled to appear in the Village of Waterloo Court at a later date.

Identity theft, Petit larceny, Trespass arrest

The Waterloo Police Department reports on September 13th, 2020 at 10:35 AM Kyle E Tohafjian, 25, of Clyde NY was arrested on multiple arrest warrants. The arrest stems from multiple incidents occurring in September of 2019. In the first incident it is alleged Tohafjian stole a debit card and withdrew money on multiple occasions from an ATM at a local business without the owner’s consent. Tohafjian was charged with Criminal possession of stolen property in the fourth degree, Petit larceny, and two counts of Identify theft in the third degree.

In a separate and unrelated incident, it is alleged that Tohafjian entered a residence unlawfully causing damage to the property in the process http://rxcare.net/generic-cialis-price/. Tohafjian was charged with Criminal trespass in the second degree, and Criminal mischief in the fourth degree. Tohafjian was transported to the Seneca County Correctional Facility for arraignment.

DWI/DWAI arrest

The Waterloo Police Department reports on September 8th, 2020 Mykel A Wing, 30, of Waterloo was arrested for Driving while ability impaired by drugs, Aggravated unlicensed operation in the 3rd degree, Failure to obey Police Officer, Driving while using portable electronic device, and Failure to keep right. The arrest stems from a traffic stop where it is alleged that Wing was operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of a drug. Wing was released on appearance tickets and is scheduled to appear in the Village of Waterloo Court on a later date.

Sex Offense Arrest

The Waterloo Police Department reports on August 20th 2020 at 8:28 PM that Shawn A Smith, 42, of Waterloo, NY was arrested on an arrest warrant for Criminal Sexual Act in the second degree, Rape in the second degree, and Endangering the welfare of a child. The arrest stems from an investigation where it is alleged that Smith engaged in a sexual relationship with a victim less than 15 years of age between the dates of October 2019 and January 2020. Smith was transported to the Seneca County Correctional Facility to await arraignment. The Waterloo Police Department was assisted by the New York State Police over the course of the investigation apothekefurmanner.de.

Promotion and appointment of new full time Officer

Tonight at the Village Board meeting, The Waterloo Police Department announced a promotion to Sergeant and full time Patrol appointment to fill the retirement of Sgt. Lee Marquart.

Officer Dave Page was promoted to Sergeant. Sergeant Page is an over 18 year veteran officer of the department and is a certified crime scene technician and crime scene investigator. In the past two years, Sergeant Page has shown leadership and mentoring skills as he worked with the new officers of the department.

Officer Tiffany Nolin was appointed as a Full-time patrol officer. Officer Nolin has worked part time and temporary full-time for the department since August of 2019. Tiffany has earned the respect of her peers and supervisors with her proactive police work and her ability to relate with the community she serves. Additionally, Officer Nolin is the first full-time female officer in the history of the Waterloo Police Department.

Congratulations to both and thank you for your commitment to our department and community.

Chief Jason Godley

Announcement of new Code Enforcement Officer

Effective 8/3/2020 The Village of Waterloo and the Waterloo Police Department announce new practices regarding Code Enforcement and the appointment of a new Code Enforcement Officer. The Waterloo Police Department is happy to announce the hiring of Lee Marquart as the new Code Enforcement Officer for the Village of Waterloo. Officer Marquart’s office will be at the Waterloo Police Department and if you are seeking paperwork or other code enforcement material, stop at the Waterloo Police Department and speak with the Department Clerk. Officer Marquart’s office number is 315-539-2501 (police department admin. Line) and you can also email him at waterloocodes@waterloopd offizielle website.org. Lee Marquart recently retired as a Sergeant from the Waterloo Police Department and has a strong working knowledge of the Village Code Book and as a lifelong resident, he possesses strong ties to our community. Our goal is to partner with the community and work together to maintain the safety and image of our Village.

Chief Jason Godley

AUO 2nd, UPM 2nd arrest

The Waterloo Police Department reports on July 20th, 2020 at 7:01 PM Todd S Murphy, 24, of Waterloo and Destiney A Palmer, 25, of Lodi were arrested following a traffic stop. The arrest stems from Murphy being observed by Officers to be operating a vehicle while holding a suspended NYS driver’s license. Over the course of the traffic stop a vehicle search was conducted and Palmer was found to be in possession of a quantity of marijuana erektile-apotheke.de. Murphy was issued an appearance ticket for Aggravated unlicensed operation in the third degree and Palmer was issued an appearance ticket for Unlawful possession of marijuana in the second degree. Both parties were released at the scene and are scheduled to appear in the Village of Waterloo Court on a later date.

Criminal contempt 1st degree arrest

The Waterloo Police Department reports on May 27th at approximately 3:30 PM Brianna Williams, 26, of Savannah NY was arrested on an arrest warrant for Criminal Contempt in the first degree. It is alleged that while incarcerated at the Seneca County Correctional Facility that Williams sent a letter to a family member that instructs the family member to turn the letter over to an individual that has an active order of protection against Williams. Williams was also arrested by the Waterloo Police Department the day prior, May 26th, for Criminal Contempt in the first degree, and aggravated family offense. It is alleged Williams made multiple phone calls while incarcerated to the aforesaid individual protected by the order of protection.  Williams was arraigned on 5/26 and 5/27 respectively to answer to these charges acheter cialis en ligne france.

DWI arrest

Waterloo Police Department arrested the driver of a semi-truck for aggravated DWI following a complaint of erratic operation on Route 96, north of Waterloo.  Isiah Alexander, age 32, of Lawrenceville, GA, was arrested on 5/17/20 shortly before 8:00pm, on Route 96 North, and later released on tickets for Aggravated DWI (BAC 0.18% or higher) and Failure to Maintain Lane.  A passenger in the truck from California was also ticketed for Unlawful Possession of Marijuana https://farmacie-romania.com/viagra-pentru-femei-pret/.  The vehicle was towed from the scene and deemed ‘Out of Service’ for 24 hours following the arrest.

Criminal trespass, harassment arrest

Waterloo Police Department arrested two Seneca Falls residents on warrants on 5/14/20.  Shelly A. Baran, age 44, and Christopher C. Pagano Jr, age 22, were both charged with Criminal Trespass 2nd and Harassment 2nd, stemming from an incident on Fayette St on 5/3/20.  The two are accused of entering a dwelling without permission and having physical contact with persons inside the residence.  Baran was also charged with Criminal Mischief 4th for breaking a window during the incident offizielle website.  Both were arraigned at the Seneca County CAP court and released.  An order of protection was issued for the parties involved.