Sherrill Police Department

  • Agency: Sherrill Police Department
  • Address: 373 Sherrill Rd, Sherrill, 13461 NY
  • Chief:
Phone: 315-363-3200
Fax: (315) 363-9510
Email:

Sherrill Police Department is located at 373 Sherrill Rd, Sherrill, 13461 NY. The Sherrill Police Department phone number is 315-363-3200.

Sherrill Police Department News

Just a reminder - there is a “No Parking” on city streets ordinance 11/1 - 4/30. This is for all streets from 2AM - 7AM, including the area in front of Ebeneezer’s.

The owner of the dog found on Kinsley Street this evening has been located.

This dog was found on Kinsley Street this evening. It has no tags and no collar. If this dog belongs to you or you know who the owner is, please call 315-363-3200 and ask to speak to the on duty Sherrill Police Officer.

On Thursday, November 2, 2017, the Village of Vernon Police Department received two separate complaints from residents who reported finding sewing needles in their children’s Halloween candy. One reported finding a needle in the bottom of the candy bucket but the other actually found the needle in a package of Twizzlers that she was about to give to her child. She took a video while she removed the needle from the candy and she later turned the needle over to the Vernon Police Department. Parents, please check all of your children’s candy very carefully before they eat it and report any issues to the appropriate law enforcement agency. Here is a photo of the needle and the same type of candy in which the needle was found.

This phone was left between our two front doors this weekend. If it is yours and you know who it belongs to, please call 315-363-3200.

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This was located near a City park. If it belongs to you or someone you know, please contact Sherrill PD at 315-363-3200

There were two sets of keys found near the CAC on E Hamilton Ave in Sherrill this weekend. If you are missing a set of car keys or house keys and think you lost them near the CAC please call the Police Department at 315-363-3200 and ask to speak with the on duty officer.

The owner of the dog found on Sherrill Rd. has been located.

This dog was found this evening in the 400 block of Sherrill Rd. If you own this dog or know who the owner is, please call 315-363-3200.

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This cat was found on E Hamilton Ave in Sherrill. If you own the cat or know who does, please contact Sherrill PD at 315-363-3200.

The rooster has been removed from the area. Thank you.

There is a rooster on W. Hamilton Ave. near Fairway Lane. This rooster is someone's personal property. If anyone knows of someone that has roosters and might be missing one, please let us know by calling 315-363-3200.

This bag was found at the intersection of Sherrill Rd and Ransom Ave on 5/29/17. If you know who the owner is or if the bag is yours please call 315-363-6221 so it may be returned.

We had a baseball bat turned into us that was found near the E Hamilton Ave batting cage which is located near the CAC. If you are missing a bat please contact the Sherrill Police Department at 315-363-3200.

The owner of the dog found this afternoon on Rt. 5 has been located.

This dog was found this afternoon on Route 5. If anyone knows the owner of this dog, please contact the Sherrill Police at 315-363-3200.

Two cell phones were found at the playground near McAllister Elementary today around 2 PM. If one of these phones belongs to you or you know who it belongs to, please call 315-363-3200.

This dog was found on E Hamilton Ave in Sherrill. We are looking to locate the owner. If you have any information please contact Sherrill PD at 315-363-3200

All roads in Oneida County are closed as of 6:00 PM tonight. There is to be no travel on the roadways except for emergency and "essential" personnel. This includes all roadways in the City of Sherrill. Also, please remove vehicles from the street immediately so that the DPW crews can get the roads cleared.

This is a follow up to our recent post regarding thefts from motor vehicles. Suspects have been developed and some property has been recovered, some of which cannot be traced back to an owner. If you had property stolen out of your vehicle within the last two months, especially electronic items, or any other items, regardless of value, please let us know. We can be reached by calling 315-363-3200. Also, please also remember to lock your car doors and remove items of value from your car. Lastly, if you see anything suspicious in the City that might be related to this problem or any other suspected criminal activity, please call 911 immediately.

The Sherrill Police Department would like to inform residents that there have been some thefts from unlocked vehicles recently. Please remember to lock your vehicles and to remove any items of value from them to make your vehicle less of a target. Secondly, if any residents have a video surveillance system that captures the roadway, sidewalk or driveway at your property, the Sherrill Police Department asks that you review your footage and kindly consider sharing any footage from over the past weekend with us. Any information provided will be kept confidential. Lastly, please report any suspicious vehicles, persons or conditions to the police right away - we can be reached at 363-3200 or 911 in an emergency.