New Hartford Police Department

  • Agency: New Hartford Police Department
  • Address: 32 Kellogg Rd, New Hartford, 13413 NY
  • Chief: Raymond L Philo (Chief of Police)
Phone: 315-724-7111
Fax: 315-724-8618

New Hartford Police Department is located at 32 Kellogg Rd, New Hartford, 13413 NY. The Chief of Police of the department is Raymond L Philo. The New Hartford Police Department phone number is 315-724-7111.

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New Hartford Police are asking for your assistance identifying the 2 females in this video in regards to an ongoing criminal investigation. Please contact Inv. Andrew Allen at (315) 724-7111 with any information. All calls will be kept confidential. ***DISCLAIMER***: We welcome you and your comments to New Hartford Police Department's Facebook Page. Once posted, the New Hartford Police Department reserves the right to delete submissions that contain: (i) vulgar language; (ii) personal attacks of any kind; (iii) offensive comments that target or disparage any ethnic, racial, or religious group. Furthermore, the Department also reserves the right to delete comments that are: (i) spam or include links to other sites; (ii) clearly off topic; (iii) advocate illegal activity; (iv) promote particular services, products, or political organizations; (v) infringe on copyrights or trademarks; ***Please note that the comments expressed on this site do not reflect the opinions and position of the New Hartford Police Department or its officers and employees. All crimes described in this press release are allegations, and suspects named are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

New Hartford Police are seeking information on the identity of the man shown in this photo in regards to a motor vehicle accident. He was driving this grey pickup with the cap. Please call Patrolman Michael Reilly at (315) 724-7111 with any information. All calls will be kept confidential. ***DISCLAIMER***: We welcome you and your comments to New Hartford Police Department's Facebook Page. Once posted, the New Hartford Police Department reserves the right to delete submissions that contain: (i) vulgar language; (ii) personal attacks of any kind; (iii) offensive comments that target or disparage any ethnic, racial, or religious group. Furthermore, the Department also reserves the right to delete comments that are: (i) spam or include links to other sites; (ii) clearly off topic; (iii) advocate illegal activity; (iv) promote particular services, products, or political organizations; (v) infringe on copyrights or trademarks; ***Please note that the comments expressed on this site do not reflect the opinions and position of the New Hartford Police Department or its officers and employees. All crimes described in this press release are allegations, and suspects named are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

You may remember seeing pictures and updates from when 2 of our Investigators participated in their 2nd Police Unity Tour ride last year. We are proud to hear that these officers are once again committing their time and efforts to the Unity Tour. They do this as individuals and each fund their own way. For this year’s ride, they have started an online campaign to help meet their donation minimums and offset some of their costs. Their official fundraising page can be found here. Note: This is not a solicitation for funds, but rather a means to let you know that this campaign page is legitimate and for a worthy cause.

On Tuesday February 13th, 2018 the New Hartford Police Department received a few special visitors. Lani, Mikey and Joey came to the station and dropped off some special treats for our Officers to enjoy. The children stated that they wanted to drop them off “Just because” and told us to be safe. We would like to thank these wonderful children and their parents for taking the time out of their busy schedules to stop by and visit. Pictured along with Lani, Mikey and Joey are Officer Allen, Sergeant Kowalski, Investigator Yoxall and Chief Inserra.

New Hartford Police are attempting to identify the subject in this video in regards to a burglary. Should you have any information, please call (315) 724-7111 and speak to Inv. Shane Yoxall. All calls will be kept confidential. (Video 2 of 2) ***DISCLAIMER***: We welcome you and your comments to New Hartford Police Department's Facebook Page. Once posted, the New Hartford Police Department reserves the right to delete submissions that contain: (i) vulgar language; (ii) personal attacks of any kind; (iii) offensive comments that target or disparage any ethnic, racial, or religious group. Furthermore, the Department also reserves the right to delete comments that are: (i) spam or include links to other sites; (ii) clearly off topic; (iii) advocate illegal activity; (iv) promote particular services, products, or political organizations; (v) infringe on copyrights or trademarks; ***Please note that the comments expressed on this site do not reflect the opinions and position of the New Hartford Police Department or its officers and employees. All crimes described in this press release are allegations, and suspects named are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

New Hartford Police are attempting to identify the subject in this video in regards to a burglary. Should you have any information, please call (315) 724-7111 and speak to Inv. Shane Yoxall. All calls will be kept confidential. ***DISCLAIMER***: We welcome you and your comments to New Hartford Police Department's Facebook Page. Once posted, the New Hartford Police Department reserves the right to delete submissions that contain: (i) vulgar language; (ii) personal attacks of any kind; (iii) offensive comments that target or disparage any ethnic, racial, or religious group. Furthermore, the Department also reserves the right to delete comments that are: (i) spam or include links to other sites; (ii) clearly off topic; (iii) advocate illegal activity; (iv) promote particular services, products, or political organizations; (v) infringe on copyrights or trademarks; ***Please note that the comments expressed on this site do not reflect the opinions and position of the New Hartford Police Department or its officers and employees. All crimes described in this press release are allegations, and suspects named are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

The New Hartford Police are attempting to identify the male shown regarding a larceny investigation at Walmart on 01/29/18. Anyone with information regarding the male’s identity is asked to call the New Hartford Police at 315-724-7111. All calls will be kept confidential. ***DISCLAIMER***: We welcome you and your comments to New Hartford Police Department's Facebook Page. Once posted, the New Hartford Police Department reserves the right to delete submissions that contain: (i) vulgar language; (ii) personal attacks of any kind; (iii) offensive comments that target or disparage any ethnic, racial, or religious group. Furthermore, the Department also reserves the right to delete comments that are: (i) spam or include links to other sites; (ii) clearly off topic; (iii) advocate illegal activity; (iv) promote particular services, products, or political organizations; (v) infringe on copyrights or trademarks; ***Please note that the comments expressed on this site do not reflect the opinions and position of the New Hartford Police Department or its officers and employees. All crimes described in this press release are allegations, and suspects named are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

On January 25, 2018 at approximately 7:53 pm the New Hartford Police Department responded to a personal injury motor vehicle crash on Higby Rd. Sgt. Peter Colburn reports that Michael Nadeau, age 62 of New Hartford, was operating a 2013 Audi on Higby Rd in a easterly direction when he left the roadway and drove into a ditch along the south shoulder of the roadway. The impact with the ditch caused the vehicle to overturn onto its roof, temporarily trapping Nadeau inside until members of the New Hartford Fire Department were able to free him. Nadeau was transported to St. Elizabeth’s hospital by Edwards ambulance with non-life threatening injuries. Nadeau was subsequently arrested for Driving While Intoxicated as well as failing to maintain his lane of travel. Nadeau will answer the charges in the Town of New Hartford Court at a later date. ***DISCLAIMER***: We welcome you and your comments to New Hartford Police Department's Facebook Page. Once posted, the New Hartford Police Department reserves the right to delete submissions that contain: (i) vulgar language; (ii) personal attacks of any kind; (iii) offensive comments that target or disparage any ethnic, racial, or religious group. Furthermore, the Department also reserves the right to delete comments that are: (i) spam or include links to other sites; (ii) clearly off topic; (iii) advocate illegal activity; (iv) promote particular services, products, or political organizations; (v) infringe on copyrights or trademarks; ***Please note that the comments expressed on this site do not reflect the opinions and position of the New Hartford Police Department or its officers and employees. All crimes described in this press release are allegations, and suspects named are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

The New Hartford Police are attempting to identify the female pictured regarding a larceny that occurred at Walmart on Commercial Drive on January 11th, 2018. Anyone with information regarding her identity is asked to call the New Hartford Police at 315-724-7111. All calls will be kept confidential. ***DISCLAIMER***: We welcome you and your comments to New Hartford Police Department's Facebook Page. Once posted, the New Hartford Police Department reserves the right to delete submissions that contain: (i) vulgar language; (ii) personal attacks of any kind; (iii) offensive comments that target or disparage any ethnic, racial, or religious group. Furthermore, the Department also reserves the right to delete comments that are: (i) spam or include links to other sites; (ii) clearly off topic; (iii) advocate illegal activity; (iv) promote particular services, products, or political organizations; (v) infringe on copyrights or trademarks; ***Please note that the comments expressed on this site do not reflect the opinions and position of the New Hartford Police Department or its officers and employees. All crimes described in this press release are allegations, and suspects named are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

The New Hartford Police are attempting to identify the male pictured regarding a larceny that occurred at Hanaford on Commercial Drive on January 6th, 2018. Anyone with information regarding his identity is asked to call the New Hartford Police at 315-724-7111. All calls will be kept confidential. ***DISCLAIMER***: We welcome you and your comments to New Hartford Police Department's Facebook Page. Once posted, the New Hartford Police Department reserves the right to delete submissions that contain: (i) vulgar language; (ii) personal attacks of any kind; (iii) offensive comments that target or disparage any ethnic, racial, or religious group. Furthermore, the Department also reserves the right to delete comments that are: (i) spam or include links to other sites; (ii) clearly off topic; (iii) advocate illegal activity; (iv) promote particular services, products, or political organizations; (v) infringe on copyrights or trademarks; ***Please note that the comments expressed on this site do not reflect the opinions and position of the New Hartford Police Department or its officers and employees. All crimes described in this press release are allegations, and suspects named are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

Today is National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day. While we here at NHPD FB appreciate our law enforcement officers every day, today we would like to give a shout out to one of our own, Officer Andrew Miller. Andy has been an officer at New Hartford PD for the past eight years while also maintaining his ranking position in the National Guard. We want to wish Andy well as he and his military unit have recently been deployed to serve and protect our country’s interests. Andy is in our thoughts and prayers and we are proud of him as his commitment to serve and protect goes beyond New Hartford to all of the USA while he is overseas. Thank you Patrolman Miller for your service.

*** ATTEMPT TO IDENTIFY FEMALE ATTEMPTING TO CASH FRAUDULENT CHECK *** The New Hartford Police are attempting to identify the female pictured in this video regarding her attempt to cash a fraudulent check at a local credit union. The victim had her car broken into and among the items stolen was a checkbook. The female pictured in the video attempted to cash a $5,000 check in the name of the victim. If you know this female please contact the New Hartford Police at 315-724-7111 or 315-733-6666. All calls may remain confidential. The female was operating a black Nissan Frontier pick up truck with no front plate affixed to it. ***DISCLAIMER***: We welcome you and your comments to New Hartford Police Department's Facebook Page. Once posted, the New Hartford Police Department reserves the right to delete submissions that contain: (i) vulgar language; (ii) personal attacks of any kind; (iii) offensive comments that target or disparage any ethnic, racial, or religious group. Furthermore, the Department also reserves the right to delete comments that are: (i) spam or include links to other sites; (ii) clearly off topic; (iii) advocate illegal activity; (iv) promote particular services, products, or political organizations; (v) infringe on copyrights or trademarks; ***Please note that the comments expressed on this site do not reflect the opinions and position of the New Hartford Police Department or its officers and employees. All crimes described in this press release are allegations, and suspects named are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

*** ATTEMPT TO IDENTIFY ENFAMIL THEFT SUSPECT *** The New Hartford Police are attempting to identify the male pictured in this video regarding the theft of a large quantity of Enfamil from Price Chopper. If you know this male please contact the New Hartford Police at 315-724-7111 or 315-733-6666. All calls may remain confidential. ***DISCLAIMER***: We welcome you and your comments to New Hartford Police Department's Facebook Page. Once posted, the New Hartford Police Department reserves the right to delete submissions that contain: (i) vulgar language; (ii) personal attacks of any kind; (iii) offensive comments that target or disparage any ethnic, racial, or religious group. Furthermore, the Department also reserves the right to delete comments that are: (i) spam or include links to other sites; (ii) clearly off topic; (iii) advocate illegal activity; (iv) promote particular services, products, or political organizations; (v) infringe on copyrights or trademarks; ***Please note that the comments expressed on this site do not reflect the opinions and position of the New Hartford Police Department or its officers and employees. All crimes described in this press release are allegations, and suspects named are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

*** ATTEMPT TO IDENTIFY LOWE'S LARCENY SUSPECT *** The New Hartford Police are attempting to identify the male pictured in this video regarding a theft of cordless drill batteries. If you know this male please contact the New Hartford Police at 315-724-7111 or 315-733-6666. All calls may remain confidential. ***DISCLAIMER***: We welcome you and your comments to New Hartford Police Department's Facebook Page. Once posted, the New Hartford Police Department reserves the right to delete submissions that contain: (i) vulgar language; (ii) personal attacks of any kind; (iii) offensive comments that target or disparage any ethnic, racial, or religious group. Furthermore, the Department also reserves the right to delete comments that are: (i) spam or include links to other sites; (ii) clearly off topic; (iii) advocate illegal activity; (iv) promote particular services, products, or political organizations; (v) infringe on copyrights or trademarks; ***Please note that the comments expressed on this site do not reflect the opinions and position of the New Hartford Police Department or its officers and employees. All crimes described in this press release are allegations, and suspects named are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

*** ATTEMPT TO IDENTIFY LARCENY SUSPECT FROM WAL-MART *** The New Hartford Police are attempting to identify the male pictured in this video regarding a theft of four video games from Wal-Mart. The male concealed the games in his pants and exited the store. When he was approached by Loss Prevention he ran into the parking lot and exited in a vehicle that was waiting for him. If you know this male please contact the New Hartford Police at 315-724-7111 or 315-733-6666. All calls may remain confidential. ***DISCLAIMER***: We welcome you and your comments to New Hartford Police Department's Facebook Page. Once posted, the New Hartford Police Department reserves the right to delete submissions that contain: (i) vulgar language; (ii) personal attacks of any kind; (iii) offensive comments that target or disparage any ethnic, racial, or religious group. Furthermore, the Department also reserves the right to delete comments that are: (i) spam or include links to other sites; (ii) clearly off topic; (iii) advocate illegal activity; (iv) promote particular services, products, or political organizations; (v) infringe on copyrights or trademarks; ***Please note that the comments expressed on this site do not reflect the opinions and position of the New Hartford Police Department or its officers and employees. All crimes described in this press release are allegations, and suspects named are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

Press Release December 2, 2017 This press release is regarding a fatal fire that occurred on December 2, 2017, at 48 Pearl Street in the Village of New Hartford. It is being issued jointly by New Hartford Fire Chief Thomas Bolanowski and New Hartford Police Chief Michael Inserra. On December 2, 2017 at approximately 8:28 am the Oneida County 911 Center received a call reporting a structure fire at 48 Pearl Street in the Village of New Hartford. The caller stated that there was smoke and flames visible coming from the residence. Within minutes Fire and Police personnel were on the scene confirming that heavy smoke and flames were coming from the residence. The Fire Department immediately began an interior attack on the fire coupled with rescue operations for any occupants. Upon entry firefighters located a female in the rear of the residence near a doorway. Unfortunately this female was deceased. National Grid responded to the location to turn off the electrical and natural gas utilities. Firefighters from Willowvale and Clayville assisted New Hartford firefighters in fire suppression and support operations. Edwards Ambulance personnel also assisted at the scene. The Onondaga County Medical Examiner’s office was contacted and a member responded to the scene. Pronounced deceased at the scene was Rye A. King, age 98. King was the lone occupant of the residence. The cause of death is pending an autopsy. Several experienced Cause & Origin investigators from the New Hartford Fire Department, New Hartford Police Department and the New York State Office of Fire Prevention and Control have commenced an investigation to determine the cause of the fire. The fire does not appear to be suspicious at this time. ***DISCLAIMER***: We welcome you and your comments to New Hartford Police Department's Facebook Page. Once posted, the New Hartford Police Department reserves the right to delete submissions that contain: (i) vulgar language; (ii) personal attacks of any kind; (iii) offensive comments that target or disparage any ethnic, racial, or religious group. Furthermore, the Department also reserves the right to delete comments that are: (i) spam or include links to other sites; (ii) clearly off topic; (iii) advocate illegal activity; (iv) promote particular services, products, or political organizations; (v) infringe on copyrights or trademarks; ***Please note that the comments expressed on this site do not reflect the opinions and position of the New Hartford Police Department or its officers and employees. All crimes described in this press release are allegations, and suspects named are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

Five Utica Men Arrested Following Fight at Mall Five Utica men are facing charges after being involved in a fight Thursday evening at the Sangertown Mall in New Hartford. The incident occurred in the center court area of the mall involving several young men who ran from the scene and were later located and charged. According to Officer J.D. Gehringer, at about 6:45 pm, police responded to the Sangertown Mall for a large fight involving several males in the food court area of the mall. Upon arrival Officers located one of the males involved and got a description of the other males from witnesses at the scene. After searching the mall, police were able to locate several of the other males involved who then ran from officers through the mall and one of the mall’s anchor stores. With the assistance of store Loss Prevention personnel from Boscov’s police were able to locate the males in the parking lot of the mall sitting in a car parked in the lot. The males in the vehicle were identified by a witness as being the other individuals involved in the incident. After an investigation at the mall, the following individuals were charged with Disorderly Conduct: Tahjmaleek Chastine, age 19, of Utica, Jeremiah Reed, age 17, of Utica, Amhiz Hall, age 19, of Utica, Calvin Valladares, age 17, of Utica, and Isiah Silvagnoli, age 22, of Utica. All were processed at the mall police sub station and issued appearance tickets for Town Court at later date. ***DISCLAIMER***: We welcome you and your comments to New Hartford Police Department's Facebook Page. Once posted, the New Hartford Police Department reserves the right to delete submissions that contain: (i) vulgar language; (ii) personal attacks of any kind; (iii) offensive comments that target or disparage any ethnic, racial, or religious group. Furthermore, the Department also reserves the right to delete comments that are: (i) spam or include links to other sites; (ii) clearly off topic; (iii) advocate illegal activity; (iv) promote particular services, products, or political organizations; (v) infringe on copyrights or trademarks; ***Please note that the comments expressed on this site do not reflect the opinions and position of the New Hartford Police Department or its officers and employees. All crimes described in this press release are allegations, and suspects named are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Any Questions Concerning This Release Contact: Officer Gehringer NHPD – (315) 724-7111 or JDG136@newhartfordpd.com Image source: Wikipedia

*** ATTEMPT TO IDENTIFY LARCENY SUSPECTS FROM MACY'S *** The New Hartford Police are attempting to identify the two males pictured in this video regarding the theft of clothing items from Macy's. If you know either of these males please contact the New Hartford Police at 315-724-7111 or 315-733-6666. All calls may remain confidential. ***DISCLAIMER***: We welcome you and your comments to New Hartford Police Department's Facebook Page. Once posted, the New Hartford Police Department reserves the right to delete submissions that contain: (i) vulgar language; (ii) personal attacks of any kind; (iii) offensive comments that target or disparage any ethnic, racial, or religious group. Furthermore, the Department also reserves the right to delete comments that are: (i) spam or include links to other sites; (ii) clearly off topic; (iii) advocate illegal activity; (iv) promote particular services, products, or political organizations; (v) infringe on copyrights or trademarks; ***Please note that the comments expressed on this site do not reflect the opinions and position of the New Hartford Police Department or its officers and employees. All crimes described in this press release are allegations, and suspects named are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

Utica Woman Injured in Crash on French Rd A Utica woman was injured in a motor vehicle accident on French Rd in New Hartford Friday morning requiring her to be sent to a local hospital for her injuries. The accident happened on French Rd in front of Home Depot. According to Officer J.D. Gehringer, at about 11:00 am, New Hartford police were called to a motor vehicle accident with unknown injuries on French Rd in the area of the Home Depot. Upon arriving on scene officers found two vehicles had been involved in the accident at the intersection with the southbound lane of French Rd and the Route 5/12/8 ramp. After interviewing witnesses and the drivers it was discovered that a vehicle being operated by William Cardamone, age 54, of Syracuse made a left turn from the northbound lane of French Rd and went the wrong way down the one way ramp in between the northbound and southbound lanes of French Rd and crossed into the path of a southbound vehicle being operated by Suzanne Koscinski, age 53, of Utica, in the intersection of French Rd and Home Depot. Koscinski suffered chest and a hand injury from the collision, and was transported to St Elizabeth’s Hospital in Utica by Edwards Ambulance. Cardamone was issued a ticket for Driving the Wrong Way on a One Way Street and will answer the ticket it town court next month. New Hartford Police were assisted at the scene by members of the New York Mills Fire Department. ***DISCLAIMER***: We welcome you and your comments to New Hartford Police Department's Facebook Page. Once posted, the New Hartford Police Department reserves the right to delete submissions that contain: (i) vulgar language; (ii) personal attacks of any kind; (iii) offensive comments that target or disparage any ethnic, racial, or religious group. Furthermore, the Department also reserves the right to delete comments that are: (i) spam or include links to other sites; (ii) clearly off topic; (iii) advocate illegal activity; (iv) promote particular services, products, or political organizations; (v) infringe on copyrights or trademarks; ***Please note that the comments expressed on this site do not reflect the opinions and position of the New Hartford Police Department or its officers and employees. All crimes described in this press release are allegations, and suspects named are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

Man Arrested After Reporting A Burglary At His Residence On Tuesday, November 21st 2017 during the late morning hours members of the New Hartford Police Department responded to an address on Oneida St in New Hartford for a report of a burglary in progress. The occupant of the apartment, Devin J. Arrante, age 31, was waiting outside of the residence for the police. Arrante advised the arriving Officers that there was an unknown white male inside his apartment and that he was trapped inside a crawl space in the attic. Officers conducted a search of the residence and did not find anyone. Officers also found that a Burglary had not occurred, and there was never anyone inside of the apartment or in the crawl space. While conducting the search for the burglary suspect police observed narcotics and drug paraphernalia throughout the apartment. The apartment was secured and a search warrant was drawn based on the observations of the Officers. Upon the execution of the search warrant police seized marijuana, cocaine, LSD, hallucinogenic mushrooms, concentrated THC and drug paraphernalia. Arrante was taken into custody, processed at the New Hartford Police Department and subsequently charged with the following: Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance in the Third Degree – Class B Felony Criminal Possession of Marijuana in the Third Degree – Class E Felony Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance in the Seventh Degree – Class A Misdemeanor (4 Counts) Criminally Using Drug Paraphernalia in the Second Degree – Class A Misdemeanor (2 Counts) Criminal Possession of a Hypodermic Instrument – Class A Misdemeanor Arrante was arraigned and subsequently remanded to the Oneida County Jail in lieu of $15,000 cash bail or bond. ***DISCLAIMER***: We welcome you and your comments to New Hartford Police Department's Facebook Page. Once posted, the New Hartford Police Department reserves the right to delete submissions that contain: (i) vulgar language; (ii) personal attacks of any kind; (iii) offensive comments that target or disparage any ethnic, racial, or religious group. Furthermore, the Department also reserves the right to delete comments that are: (i) spam or include links to other sites; (ii) clearly off topic; (iii) advocate illegal activity; (iv) promote particular services, products, or political organizations; (v) infringe on copyrights or trademarks; ***Please note that the comments expressed on this site do not reflect the opinions and position of the New Hartford Police Department or its officers and employees. All crimes described in this press release are allegations, and suspects named are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

*** Two Car Accident Sends Three to Hospital *** On 11/21/2017 at approximately 10:50am the New Hartford Police responded to a 2 Car Personal Injury Motor Vehicle accident on Commercial Drive at the intersection with the Men's Warehouse Plaza. Cassandra Owens, 18, of Cassville was operating a 2007 Chevrolet Malibu westbound on Commercial Drive when she attempted to make a left turn into the Men's Warehouse Plaza. Owens failed to yield the right of way for a 2008 Dodge Nitro being driven eastbound on Commercial Drive by Evelyn Entwistle, 48, of Frankfort. Owens made the left turn in front of Entwistle resulting in the front end of the Dodge Nitro crashing into the drivers side front end of the Chevrolet Malibu. Due to the severity of the crash Owens and her passenger were transported to St. Elizabeth's along with a passenger from Entwistle's vehicle. Owens was issued a citation for failing to yield the right of way on a left turn. ***DISCLAIMER***: We welcome you and your comments to New Hartford Police Department's Facebook Page. Once posted, the New Hartford Police Department reserves the right to delete submissions that contain: (i) vulgar language; (ii) personal attacks of any kind; (iii) offensive comments that target or disparage any ethnic, racial, or religious group. Furthermore, the Department also reserves the right to delete comments that are: (i) spam or include links to other sites; (ii) clearly off topic; (iii) advocate illegal activity; (iv) promote particular services, products, or political organizations; (v) infringe on copyrights or trademarks; ***Please note that the comments expressed on this site do not reflect the opinions and position of the New Hartford Police Department or its officers and employees. All crimes described in this press release are allegations, and suspects named are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

*** ATTEMPT TO IDENTIFY LARCENY SUSPECT FROM WAL-MART *** The New Hartford Police are attempting to identify the male pictured in the video regarding the theft of Playstation 4 games. If you know this male please contact the New Hartford Police at 315-724-7111 or 315-733-6666. All calls may remain confidential. ***DISCLAIMER***: We welcome you and your comments to New Hartford Police Department's Facebook Page. Once posted, the New Hartford Police Department reserves the right to delete submissions that contain: (i) vulgar language; (ii) personal attacks of any kind; (iii) offensive comments that target or disparage any ethnic, racial, or religious group. Furthermore, the Department also reserves the right to delete comments that are: (i) spam or include links to other sites; (ii) clearly off topic; (iii) advocate illegal activity; (iv) promote particular services, products, or political organizations; (v) infringe on copyrights or trademarks; ***Please note that the comments expressed on this site do not reflect the opinions and position of the New Hartford Police Department or its officers and employees. All crimes described in this press release are allegations, and suspects named are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

On November 18th, 2017 the New Hartford Police Department hosted New Hartford Girl Scout Troop #20131. Sergeant Sica gave them an overview of what Police Officers do every day to keep them safe and they were given numerous safety tips regarding stranger danger, wearing safety belts in a vehicle and proper use of 911. They were then given a tour of the Police Station and a Police car. The New Hartford Police would like to thank these young ladies and their parents for taking time out of their busy schedules to come and learn a little about Police work. ***DISCLAIMER***: We welcome you and your comments to New Hartford Police Department's Facebook Page. Once posted, the New Hartford Police Department reserves the right to delete submissions that contain: (i) vulgar language; (ii) personal attacks of any kind; (iii) offensive comments that target or disparage any ethnic, racial, or religious group. Furthermore, the Department also reserves the right to delete comments that are: (i) spam or include links to other sites; (ii) clearly off topic; (iii) advocate illegal activity; (iv) promote particular services, products, or political organizations; (v) infringe on copyrights or trademarks; ***Please note that the comments expressed on this site do not reflect the opinions and position of the New Hartford Police Department or its officers and employees. All crimes described in this press release are allegations, and suspects named are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

Three Sent to Hospital following Four Car Crash November 17th 2017 The New Hartford Police Department investigated a four-car crash on State Route 5 that caused traffic delays and resulted in three people being transported to local Hospitals. The collision occurred around 4:15 pm on State Route 5 at the intersection with Genesee St. According to Patrolman T. Hulser, following an investigation into the collision it was determined a tractor trailer being operated by Emir Alic, age 38 of Utica was traveling West on State Route 5 when he attempted to turn left onto Genesee St. passing through a red traffic signal. As Alic was turning onto Genesee St. a vehicle being operated by Amber M. Comings, age 21 of Vernon Center was traveling East on State Route 5; at which time Alic’s tractor trailer struck Comings’ sedan causing Alic’s vehicle to spin and collide with two vehicles which were stopped at the traffic signal on Genesee St. Diana Lisov, age 27 of Yorkville was stopped at the traffic signal on Genesee St. when her vehicle was struck by Comings’ vehicle. A fourth vehicle which was stopped on Genesee St. sustained minor damage after also struck by Comings’ vehicle. Alic and Lisov were both transported to St. Luke’s Hospital for their injuries, while Comings was transported to St. Elizabeth’s Hospital for treatment. Alic was issued a citation for passing a Steady Red Traffic Signal and will answer the charge next month in New Hartford Town Court. The New Hartford Fire Department assisted Police on scene with Patient care and traffic control. ***DISCLAIMER***: We welcome you and your comments to New Hartford Police Department's Facebook Page. Once posted, the New Hartford Police Department reserves the right to delete submissions that contain: (i) vulgar language; (ii) personal attacks of any kind; (iii) offensive comments that target or disparage any ethnic, racial, or religious group. Furthermore, the Department also reserves the right to delete comments that are: (i) spam or include links to other sites; (ii) clearly off topic; (iii) advocate illegal activity; (iv) promote particular services, products, or political organizations; (v) infringe on copyrights or trademarks; ***Please note that the comments expressed on this site do not reflect the opinions and position of the New Hartford Police Department or its officers and employees. All crimes described in this press release are allegations, and suspects named are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

***Overnight parking rules in effect*** We would like to remind and ask our residents not to park overnight on the streets within the Town from October 1st through April 30th. Town Code, section 113-26 reads as follows: "All persons are prohibited from parking automobiles or other vehicles in, upon or along any of the Town and county roads in the Town of New Hartford, New York, outside of incorporated villages*, between the hours of 2:00 am and 7:00 am from October 1 to April 30." *It should be noted that overnight parking on Village streets is prohibited year round.