Police Report

Fulton Police

Andrew Peacock, 17, of Dixon Ave., Fulton, is charged with burglary, a felony, and petit larceny, a misdemeanor. for allegedly entering the Tavern on the Lock on June 25 at 3:15 a.m. and taking Corona beer worth $3.

Joshua Messano, 32, of Sand Street, Syracuse, is charged with a felony count  of criminal possession of a controlled substance third degree, a misdemeanor count of criminal possession of a controlled substance seventh degree, and unlawful possession of marijuana, a violation.

He is charged with possessing 30 individually packaged envelopes that contained an off brown powdery substance which tested positive for the presence of heroin. Police say he also possessed two plastic bags containing a green leafy substance similar to marijuana.

Oswego County Sheriff’s Office


Willis Thomas Jayne, 64, of state Route 3, Fulton, has been charged with two counts of sexual abuse first degree, a felony.

Deputies said he was charged following an investigation into incidents that occurred around the months of November and December 2011 at a Volney residence where he allegedly had sexual contact with the victim on top and underneath the victim’s clothing.

Jayne was arraigned in Scriba Town Court and sent to the Oswego County jail in lieu of $10,000 cash or $20,000 bond.

Jason R. Massey, 33, of state Route 104,  Oswego, was charged with criminal contempt first degree, a felony, following a domestic incident in Scriba.

Deputies said Massey allegedly engaged in a verbal and physical dispute with the victim of which has an active order of protection filed against him.

Massey was arraigned in Scriba Town Court and sent to the Oswego County jail in lieu of $1,500/$3,000 bail. He returns to court July 17.

On July 2, members of the Oswego County Sheriff’s Office recovered a 1988 Volvo station wagon from the Oswego River north of Lock 5 in Minetto.

A sonar company hired by the state Canal Corp. discovered the vehicle. Further investigation found it had been reported stolen to the Onondaga County Sheriff’s Office in 1996.

It is believed the vehicle was intentionally disposed of, appearing to have been in the water for a very long time.

The Sheriff’s Office Marine Patrol Division and dive team were involved in the recovery of the vehicle, with members of the Onondaga County Sheriff’s Office present during the recovery.

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