Cortland Area Police Blotter | Tuesday, August 28, 2018

Two arrested in Homer on warrants

Name: Jacob D. Falso, 25, of Homer

Location: Prospect Street, Village of Homer

Summary: On Aug. 22, New York State Parole advised offers with the Village of Homer Police Department of a parole warrant they had for Falso. Shortly before 3 p.m, an officer observed Falso walking on Prospect Street. They told Falso he was under arrest, and he attempted to run away but was caught a short distance away, where he resisted officers. He was charged with resisting arrest, a misdemeanor. The location of Falso’s arrest led officers to believe that 38-year-old Laura A. Cole, of Cortland, may be living nearby. Cole, who also had a warrant out for her arrest, was located at a residence on North Fulton Street, where she was found hiding in a bedroom.

Donna L. McNitt

McGraw woman charged with DWI

Name: Donna L. McNitt, 54, of McGraw

Location: Clinton and Center Streets, Village of McGraw

Summary: On Monday, Aug. 27, at around 10:42 p.m., New York State Police at Homer arrested McNitt for the misdemeanor of driving while intoxicated with a reported B.A.C. of .10 percent. Troopers began their investigation when they received a complaint from Cortland County 911 that the driver of a vehicle in the area of Clinton and Center streets in McGraw may be intoxicated. She was subsequently arrested and released on appearance tickets.

Sheriff: Cortland woman had suspended license

Name: Skyler J. Kenyon, 23, of Cortland

Location: Gracie Road, Town of Cortlandville

Summary: Officers stopped a vehicle being driven by Kenyon on Gracie Road for having an obstructed driver’s view. Officers determined Kenyon was driving while impaired by drugs. His license was also suspended. Officers found a small amount of marijuana in the vehicle. He was charged with aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle in the first degree, a felony, as well as the misdemeanors of driving while intoxicated and driving while ability impaired by a drug.

Police looking for stolen motorcycle from Groton

Investigators are looking for a motorcycle that was stolen from a barn in the town of Groton. It is a children’s sized mini motorcycle that stands about three feet tall. It has a custom paint job that is purple, blue, and white. There are also ghost flames on the gas tank. Anyone with information is asked to contact state police investigators at 607-347-4463.