Michael L. Myers, 47 of South 12th Street, Fulton was charged June 8 with cocaine possession with intent to sell. Myers was observed urinating in front of the 7-Eleven store at 201 W. Broadway in Fulton by a police officer.
The officer stopped and placed Myers under arrest. Upon a search incident to arrest, four individual baggies of an off-white powdery substance were found in Myers’ pants pocket. The substance field tested positive for the presence of cocaine. The aggregate weight of the substance was 2.1 grams.
Myers was charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance third degree and criminal possession of a controlled substance fifth degree, both felonies. He also faces a disorderly conduct violation charge.
Myers was arraigned in Fulton City Court and sent to the Oswego County jail without bail.
Brenden L. Heaney Sr., 20, Pratt Street, Fulton, charged with criminal contempt first degree, a felony, criminal contempt second degree and criminal mischief fourth, both misdemeanors, and harassment second, a violation. Police say he intentionally grabbed the victim’s cell phone valued at $130 and broke it with his hands. Police said this action also violated an order protection in which Heaney was supposed to stay away from the victim. Police say Heaney also spit in the victim’s face and shook her with both hands.
Nicholas R. Perry, 19, of South Seventh Street, Fulton, is charged with criminal contempt first degree, and criminal mischief third degree, both felonies. Police said during a domestic dispute, Perry broke several items belonging to the victim. Police said Perry also had an order of protection against him in which he is ordered to refrain from committing any crime against the victim.
Justin D. Sova, 26, of Liberty Street, Oswego, was charged with two counts of criminal possession of a controlled substance, both felonies, on June 5. Police said they found 100 illegal narcotic prescription pills in Sova’s residence that he was planning to sell.
Sova was arraigned in Oswego City Court and sent to the Oswego County Correctional Facility in lieu of $5,000 cash or $10,000 bail bond. He will return to Oswego City Court June 10.