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Aesop Cop: Play it Straight

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Report of a subject walking strangely and carrying a cello case ... officer checked the area for the subject with negative results ... at 2:14 p.m., April 15, at the intersection of Buffalo Street and Stewart Ave.  

 

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PREPARED BY:    Lt Townsend
DATE & TIME:    03-18-10
TYPE OF INCIDENT:    Burglary Third
DATE & TIME:    03-18-10 12:06 am
LOCATION:    402 North Cayuga St
VICTIM(S):
AGE:
ADDRESS:
DEFENDANT(S):  Dana A. Sherwood
AGE: 39
ADDRESS: Ithaca NY
CHARGES (1):    Burglary Third  (2): Larceny

DETAILS:
On March 18th, 2010 the Ithaca Police Department responded a report of glass breaking at 402 North Cayuga St. Cayuga Family Medicine.

Upon arrival officers observed a person in the building wearing a dark watch cap and grey shirt. As the subject exited the building he was taken into custody with out incident.

The defendant was found in possession several hypodermic needles and various medications taken from the doctors office.

The defendant was arraigned in the Ithaca City Court this date, and sent to the Tompkins County Jail with no bail, pending further court action at a future date.

Last Updated on Friday, 16 April 2010 23:17
 

Aesop the Cop: Keep It In The Pants

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 04 January 2011 20:53
 

Aesop The Cop: Grand Larceny

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TYPE OF INCIDENT: Grand Larceny 3rd DATE & TIME: 06/28/09
LOCATION: 301 College Ave
VICTIM(S): Jason's Deli
ADDRESS: 301 College Ave
DEFENDANT(S): Stanton, Larry Jr. AGE: 19
Skillman, Nathan AGE: 19
ADDRESS: Dryden, NY
Freeville, NY

CHARGES: Grand Larceny 3rd

DETAILS:
On June 28th, 2009 at about 4:40 PM the Ithaca Police Department responded to a robbery complaint at Jason’s Deli located at 301 College Ave. It was reported that a white male approximately 6’ tall and 190 pounds with a skinny build wearing a sweatshirt with the hood zipped over his face entered the store and demanded money. The suspect displayed what appeared to be a black-handled semi-automatic pistol in his waistband. The investigation revealed that this was not an actual robbery because the suspect and cashier were acquaintances, therefore, the incident turned towards a Grand Larceny investigation. The case is still being investigated and more arrests are expected.

Last Updated on Monday, 17 August 2009 23:14
 

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Incident Type: Robbery
Incident Location: Marshall St & Utica St
Date/Time of Occurance: 7/21/2009 - 15:13:00

On Tuesday, July 21st, an individual reported to the Ithaca Police that he had been the victim of a robbery that occurred earlier that morning.


The victim, a teenage male, who does not reside in the area, reported that he met a group of three individuals on the evening of Monday, July 20th, near the bus station on the 700 block of West State St., City of Ithaca. The victim reported that he became acquaintances with the group and traveled to the north side of the City of Ithaca, the Fall Creek area, with them to continue to socialize, accompanied by a fourth individual along the way. The victim reported that during the course of the night, he was
assaulted by members of this group. The victim reported being struck and kicked multiple times concurrent with persons going through his pockets and stealing various personal belongings, including an undisclosed amount of cash.


The victim reported that he eventually walked away from the area, of his own volition, and did not seek any immediate medical treatment. The victim reported the incident to the Ithaca Police Department the next day. Three of the four persons of interest are described as black males in their 20's. Two with short hair, one with a goatee, and the third having long dread locks pulled back. The fourth person of interest is described as a white male in his 20's having short brown hair , goatee and long sideburns, and a tattoo on his right forearm that reads "Redneck city".


The police investigation into this incident continues. Anyone with any information about this incident is encouraged to call the Ithaca Police Department Investigations Division at 607-272-9973, or the Police Tip Line at 607- 697-0333.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 29 July 2009 21:09
 


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