Oswego County Sheriff’s Office
John M. Goff, 22, of 5240 US Route 11, Apt. 20, Pulaski, was arrested March 25 for third-degree burglary, a felony, third-degree criminal mischief, a felony and a misdemeanor count of petit larceny following the investigation into an incident at a business in the town of Richland. Deputies charged Goff with entering the business unlawfully and taking some loose change and bottles of liquor. He will be back in Richland town court April 3.
Fulton Police Department
Sheryl Lynn Hammond, 53, of Division Street, Fulton, was arrested March 20 for second-degree assault, a felony, criminal possession of a weapon third- and fourth-degree and conspiracy sixth-degree. Police say she conspired with two co-defendants to hit a person in her head at least two times with a glass beer bottle, causing a head injury, neck strain, bleeding in her eye and pain.
Randi L. Stoltz, 17, North Fourth Street, Fulton, was arrested March 21 for grand larceny, a felony, and making a punishable false written statement. Police said sometime between Feb. 1 and Feb. 27, she and another person stole four long guns, (a 20-gauge Mossberg pump shotgun, a 16 gauge shotgun, a 12 gauge double barrel shotgun, and a Winchester model 1892 .38-40 caliber lever action) from the victim. The defendant and co-defendant sold the guns to another person. Police say she also provided a written statement stating she did not steal the guns.
Timothy A. Bauerfeind, 25, of Rochester Street, Fulton, was arrested for first-degree criminal contempt, a felony, and harassment, a violation. Police said he intentionally violated a duly served order of protection on March 21 by standing close to the victim and threatening the victim in a loud voice, causing the victim to be harassed and alarmed. This order of protection prohibits him from committing any criminal offense against the protected party. Oswego City Police
Amy E. Davis, 33, of Byer Road, Oswego, and Robin L. Holcomb, 26, of Dublin Street, Oswego were arrested by Oswego city police on drug charges.
Davis is charged with two counts of criminal sale of a controlled substance fourth degree and two counts of criminal possession of a controlled substance fifth degree, all felonies. Police say during 2013, Davis sold 20 Hydrocodone tablets to an undercover Oswego police officer in exchange for cash on state Route 104 east in Oswego and on a separate date in 2013, Davis sold 50 Hydrocodone tablets to an undercover officer in exchange for cash at 84 Byer Road in Oswego.
Holcomb is charged with two counts of criminal sale of a controlled substance third degree; two counts of criminal possession of a controlled substance third degree; one count of criminal sale of a controlled substance fourth degree; one count of criminal sale of a controlled substance fifth degree; and one county of criminal possession of a controlled substance fifth degree. All the charges are felonies.
Police said Holcomb sold 20 Alprazolam tablets to an undercover Oswego officer in 2013 in exchange for cash on Liberty Street, across from Oswego High School. They say she also sold 40 Oxycodone tablets this year to an undercover officer in exchange for cash at 36 Dublin St. and also sold nine Oxycodone tablets to an undercover officer in exchange cash at 36 Dublin St.