On Friday June 13, police officials found and removed the car that had been reported seen in the Oswego River in Fulton.
Also found in the car is which police believe are human remains. The car was an early 1990s model red, four-door Toyota Corolla LE. The vehicle did not have registration plates affixed to it nor has it been positively identified at this time as to its registered owner.
The vehicle and possible human remains have been transported to the Onondaga County Medical Examiner’s Office in Syracuse for further investigation.
Helping with the investigation and removal of the car from the river were the Oswego City Police Department, Fulton City Police Department, Oswego County Sheriff’s Office, New York State Police as well as members of the Oswego County District Attorney’s Office.
Pictured are, from left, Kevin LaMontagne, OOC board president, Michael Szidat, president at Felix Schoeller North America, and L. Michael Treadwell, OOC executive director.
Martin Rose Award
Pictured are, from left, Kevin LaMontagne, OOC board president, Ann C. Gilpin, president and CEO of Oswego Health, and L. Michael Treadwell, OOC executive director.
Business Excellence Award
Pictured are, from left, Kevin LaMontagne, OOC board president, Dave Eamer, plant manager at Pathfinder Industries, Mike Cook, machine shop foreman at Pathfinder Industries, Marcia Ives and Maribeth Myers, owners of Pathfinder Industries, and L. Michael Treadwell, OOC executive director.
Operation Oswego County held its 62nd annual meeting at the SUNY Oswego Campus Center, Tuesday, June 10.
Kevin LaMontagne, president of the Operation Oswego County board of directors, welcomed more than 160 representatives of businesses, government, education, labor and other ally organizations to the meeting. Continue reading →