Criminal Contempt Arrest

The Waterloo Police Department reports, on May 9th, 2018 officers arrested Justin D. Warner (age 28) of 41 Church St Waterloo, NY. Warner was charged with Criminal Mischief and Criminal Contempt. It is alleged that Warner intentionally damaged property belonging to another Village of Waterloo resident, while there was an active order of protection in place. Warner was arraigned in the Village of Waterloo Court and committed to the Seneca County Correctional Facility on $500 cash/ $1,000 bond bail. Warner is to appear back in the Village of Waterloo Court on a later date.

DWI arrest

On Thursday, May 10th, 2018, at about 9:49 PM, the Waterloo Police arrested Russell L. Wells (age 75) of 4952 Secor Road, Romulus, NY 14541, for DWI following a report of a vehicle driving all over the road. Wells was also charged with operating a motor vehicle with a .08% BAC or higher and failing to keep right mannapotheke.de/. He is to appear in the Village of Waterloo Court at a later date to answer to the charges.

Larceny and Possession of Controlled Substance Arrest

On May 8th, 2018 at about 11:50 PM, the Waterloo Police Department arrested Lori L. Hummer (age 52) of 1349 Old State Road, Waterloo, NY 13165 for criminal possession of a controlled substance 7th degree and petit larceny. Following an investigation into a report of stolen medication in a local Nursing Home, Hummer was arrested when she was found in possession of two Percocet pills prescribed to a patient at the facility saudemasculina.pt. Hummer was released on appearance tickets and is to appear in the Village of Waterloo at a later date to answer to the charges.

Issuing a bad check arrest

The Village of Waterloo Police Department reports on 5/8/18 at 1:10 PM Elaine M Principio, 71, of 2478 Reed Rd Waterloo, NY was arrested for three counts of Issuing a bad check, a class B misdemeanor. The arrest stems from a report where it is alleged Principio allowed three checks to be cashed at a Waterloo business on April 6th and April 8th while aware there were insufficient funds to settle the debt. Principio was issued an appearance ticket and is to appear in the Village of Waterloo Court at a later date.

Aggravated harassment arrest

The Village of Waterloo Police Department reports on 5/3/18 at 7:05 PM a 16 year old male was arrested for aggravated harassment in the second degree, a class A misdemeanor. The arrest stems from an incident occurring on 5/2/18 where it is alleged the male left a voicemail on a Village of Waterloo residence’s phone threatening physical harm. The male was issued an appearance ticket and is to appear in the Village of Waterloo Court at a later date salud-hombres.com.

Car vs. bicyclist personal injury accident

On 5/2/18 at 4:09 PM members of the Village of Waterloo Police Department responded to West Main St in the area of the Waterloo Village Court for the report of a car vs. bicyclist personal injury accident. Through an investigation it was determined Mary Thomas, 44, of Seneca Falls was traveling eastbound on West Main St. Thomas then attempted to pull into the parking lot of the Village Court and failed to observe Gregory Bianchi, 54, of Fayette operating a bicycle in the bicycle lane. Thomas collided with Bianchi causing Bianchi to become ejected from his bicycle. The Waterloo Police Department was assisted on scene by North Seneca Ambulance, the Waterloo Volunteer Fire Department, and the Seneca County Sheriff’s Office. Bianchi was transported to Geneva General Hospital for treatment. Thomas was issued a citation for failure to safely pass a bicycle and is to appear in the Village of Waterloo Court on a later date espanolfarmacia.net.

Counterfeit money found in Village

 

The Waterloo Police Department wants to inform the public of a new scam that may have found its way into our local communities.

Counterfeiting United States monies is a common scam that occurs frequently. Recently, US bills that look normal with the exception that there are pink and purple Chinese markings on them have been used to defraud local businesses. This scam appears to rely on the victims not paying attention during the transaction. Scams involving this form of counterfeit money have been occurring for two years all over the United States, Canada and Australia.

These bills are manufactured in China and sold on the internet as Chinese banknotes. Chinese bank tellers then use these banknotes when learning how to count American currency.   Criminals are purchasing these banknotes online and then using them here to try and pass for real money.

On May 1st, a complaint was made to the Waterloo Police Department reporting that a male found one of these bills while walking on West Williams Street in the Village of Waterloo. The counterfeit money was a $100 bill and is pictured above. It is unknown at this time if anyone has tried to pass these bills in our community.

All businesses and financial institutions should be careful when counting money and report any incidents to your local law enforcement agency acheter cialis en ligne france.

Jason E. Godley

Chief of Police

Waterloo Police Department

Harassment 2nd arrest

On 04/16/2018 members of the Waterloo Police Department arrested Robert
Marrero of 18 Church Street in Waterloo of Harassment in the 2nd Degree
after conducting an investigation into a physical altercation.  Mr https://espanolfarmacia.net.
Marrero was arraigned in the Village of Waterloo Court an was released
without bail.  He is to reappear in the Village of Waterloo Court on
05/02/2018 to answer for his alleged charge.

Burglary 2nd, Criminal contempt 2nd, Criminal tampering 3rd arrest

On 04/07/2018 a 17 year old female was arrested by the Waterloo Police Department for an active arrest warrant for Burglary in the 2nd Degree, Criminal Contempt in the 2nd Degree, and Criminal Tampering in the 3rd Degree.  The female was arraigned in the Village of Waterloo Court and was committed to the Seneca County Correctional Facility on $2,000 bail https://farmacie-romania.com/viagra-pentru-femei-pret/.  She is to appear back in the Village of Waterloo Court on 05/02/2018 to answer for her alleged charges.

Possession of Controlled Substance Arest

On April 18th, 2018, the Waterloo Police Department arrested Jennifer N. Waldron, age 38, of 66 Washington St, Waterloo, on the charges of criminal possession of a controlled substance, possessing a controlled substance outside of prescription bottle, and unlawful possession of marihuana.  Waldron was released on appearance tickets and is to appear in the Village of Waterloo Court on May 5th, 2018 at 5:00pm to answer the charges.