Syracuse Police Department

  • Agency: Syracuse Police Department
  • Address: 511 S State St, Syracuse, 13202 NY
  • Chief: Frank L Fowler (Chief of Police)
Phone: 315-442-5200
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Syracuse Police Department is located at 511 S State St, Syracuse, 13202 NY. The Chief of Police of the department is Frank L Fowler. The Syracuse Police Department phone number is 315-442-5200.

Syracuse Police Department News

Syracuse Police Make an Arrest in a Robbery Investigation. On Saturday, April 14, 2018, Syracuse Police responded to a robbery investigation that occurred in the 1000 block of N. Salina Street, at approximately 12:30pm. The victim reported that he had been physically attacked by two of his acquaintances, Luis Rosa, 25 and Minnie Dubois, 25, both of 1127 Bellevue Ave. The victim told police he dropped his cell phone and car keys during the attack and he saw Dubois taking his property. The victim tried to get the items back, but Dubois pulled out a knife and threatened him with it. Rosa then smashed the victim’s cell phone on the ground before he and Dubois got into a vehicle and drove away. Police located Rosa and Dubois at their residence. They were taken into custody without incident. Rosa was arrested and charged with Robbery in the Second Degree, Criminal Mischief in the Fourth Degree and Harassment in the Second Degree. Dubois was arrested and charged with Robbery in the First Degree, Criminal Possession of a Weapon in the Fourth Degree and Harassment in the Second Degree. They were lodged at the Onondaga County Justice Center pending their arraignments.

Syracuse Police are investigating a stabbing. On Saturday April 14th, 2018 at approximately 7:55 PM, Syracuse Police Officers responded to the 1600 block of W. Genesee Street in regards to a stabbing call. Upon arrival, Officers met with a 25 year old male, who was suffering from a wound to his buttocks area. The victim was transported to Upstate University Hospital by AMR Ambulance for treatment. While medical staff was treating the victim, they determined that there is an unknown object lodged inside the victim near his injury. The medical staff stated that the object could be a piece of the knife, or possibly some type of projectile. His injury does not appear to be life threatening. The victim stated that he was stabbed in the area of W. Genesee Street and W. Fayette Street. The victim was not cooperative with investigating Officers and did not provide any suspect information. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Syracuse Police Department Criminal Investigations Division at (315) 442-5222. All calls will remain confidential. Anonymous tips may also be submitted using the “SPD Tips” app.

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TRAVELER ADVISORY Ramp from Westbound I-690 to Northbound I-81 to be Closed Overnights for Drainage Repairs The New York State Department of Transportation (NYSDOT) is advising motorists in the City of Syracuse that the ramp from westbound I-690 to northbound I-81 will be closed four nights between 6:30 p.m. and 6 a.m. Weather permitting, the overnight closures will take place Wednesday, April 18, Thursday, April 19, Monday, April 23 and Tuesday, April 24. The work is needed to repair drainage structures on this heavily used ramp. The posted detour will direct travelers to continue along westbound I-690 to the Geddes Street exit. Once there, they’ll be directed to turn right onto Geddes Street, left onto Spencer Street, right onto Hiawatha Boulevard, then left onto the ramp to northbound I-81. For up-to-date travel information, call 511 or visit www.511NY.org. Follow New York State DOT on Twitter: @NYSDOT and Find NYSDOT on Facebook at facebook.com/NYSDOT.

Syracuse Police are investigating a shooting. On Tuesday April 10th, 2018 at approximately 8:58 PM, Syracuse Police Officers responded to the 100 block of Mather Street in regards to a shooting call. There were also several calls to the 911 center from area residents that reported hearing shots being fired. Upon arrival, Officers located a 40 year old male, who was suffering from a gunshot wound to his buttocks area. The victim was transported to Upstate University Hospital by AMR Ambulance for treatment. His injury does not appear to be life threatening. The investigation revealed that the incident occurred within an apartment on Mather Street. The suspect was described as a Hispanic male in his 20’s, wearing a red hooded sweatshirt. The suspect was with another male, who was only described as wearing a lighter colored sweatshirt. The suspects left the area in a light colored car. No additional suspect description is available as this time. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Syracuse Police Department Criminal Investigations Division at (315) 442-5222. All calls will remain confidential. Anonymous tips may also be submitted using the “SPD Tips” app.

Syracuse Police Make an Arrest in Shots Fired Investigation. On Sunday, April 8, 2018, at 11:55pm, Syracuse Police responded to 160 Berger Ave in regards to a shots fired investigation. Upon arrival, police spoke with a resident who reported hearing one gun shot near her home. Officers checked the area and located one spent .9mm shell casing on the rear porch of 160 Berger Ave. Police checked the residence and the surrounding area for possible injured persons, none were located. During the check of the residence, police observed a loaded Taurus .9mm handgun in the basement of the house. Upon further investigation, Reginald Adkinson, 20, of 160 Berger Ave, was taken into custody without incident. Adkinson was arrested and charged with Criminal Possession of a Weapon in the Fourth Degree. He was lodged at the Onondaga County Justice Center pending his arraignment.

All four victims have died from injuries sustained in an arson. On Thursday April 5th, 2018 at approximately 3:15 AM, the Syracuse Police Department and the Syracuse Fire Department responded to 253 Fitch Street in regards to a fire call. Upon arrival, personnel observed that the residence was fully engulfed in flames, and there were reports that people were still inside. Syracuse Fire Department personnel were able to extinguish the fire, and rescued 4 residents from the burning building. The four people were identified as Susan Wagner (45), Michael DuBois (16), Korinna DuBois (18) and Hunter DuBois (1). They were all transported to Upstate University Hospital for treatment. Hunter Dubois died a short time later from the injuries he sustained in the fire. On Saturday April 7th, Michael DuBois died from the injuries he sustained in the fire. On Saturday April 7th, Susan Wagner died from the injuries she sustained in the fire. On Sunday April 8th, Korinna DuBois died from the injuries she sustained in the fire. This investigation is continuing and additional charges are possible against Charles A. DuBois. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Syracuse Police Department Criminal Investigations Division at (315) 442-5222. All calls will remain confidential. Anonymous tips may also be submitted using the “SPD Tips” app.

Syracuse Police Make an Arrest in a Stabbing Investigation. On Sunday, April 8, 2018, at approximately 1:18am, Syracuse Police responded to 550 S. Clinton Street, in regards to a domestic related stabbing investigation. Police spoke with the victim who stated he had been involved in a domestic dispute with his wife, Tamora Weatherly, 32, of Syracuse. The victim told police, Weatherly became highly irate and stabbed him with a pocket knife. The victim suffered a one inch laceration to the left side of his chest and was treated at University Hospital for non-life threatening injuries. Weatherly was on scene when police arrived and was taken into custody without incident. Weatherly was arrested and charged with Assault in the Second Degree and Criminal Possession of a Weapon in the Fourth Degree. She was lodged at the Onondaga County Justice Center pending her arraignment.

Syracuse Police Arrest Suspect for the Possession of a Controlled Substance. On Friday, April 6, 2018, at approximately 1:51pm, Syracuse Police Officer Jacob Breen observed a Chevrolet Tahoe, illegally parked in the 700 block of North Alvord Street. Officer Breen approached the vehicle and found it to be occupied by Scott Obrien, 29, of Syracuse. While speaking with Obrien, Officer Breen observed a plastic bag containing cocaine. Upon further investigation, Obrien was found to be in possession of 7.7 grams of cocaine. 7.7 grams of cocaine is equivalent to 77 individual doses and has a street value of $770.00. Obrien was taken into custody without incident. Obrien was arrested and charged with Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance in the Third Degree, Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance in the Fourth Degree and Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance in the Seventh Degree. He was lodged at the Onondaga County Justice Center pending his arraignment.

*******Update******** A second victim has died from injuries sustained in an arson. On Thursday April 5th, 2018 at approximately 3:15 AM, the Syracuse Police Department and the Syracuse Fire Department responded to 253 Fitch Street in regards to a fire call. Upon arrival, personnel observed that the residence was fully engulfed in flames, and there were reports that people were still inside. Syracuse Fire Department personnel were able to extinguish the fire, and rescued 4 residents from the burning building. The four people were identified as Susan Wagner (45), Michael DuBois (16), Korinna DuBois (18) and Hunter DuBois (1). They were all transported to Upstate University Hospital for treatment. Hunter Dubois died a short time later from the injuries he sustained in the fire. On Saturday April 7th, 2018 in the early evening, Michael DuBois (16) died from the injuries he sustained in the fire. The other family members remain in critical condition at this time. This investigation is continuing and additional charges are possible against Charles A. DuBois. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Syracuse Police Department Criminal Investigations Division at (315) 442-5222. All calls will remain confidential. Anonymous tips may also be submitted using the “SPD Tips” app.

Syracuse Police are investigating a stabbing. On Saturday April 7th, 2018 at approximately 11:35 AM, Syracuse Police Officers responded to Destiny USA Mall, near the Villa store, in regards to a stabbing call. Upon arrival, Officers located a 17 year old male, who was suffering from a stab wound to his chest. The victim was transported to Upstate University Hospital by AMR Ambulance for treatment. The victim is currently listed in critical condition. The suspect was described as a black male, wearing a black knit hat and a dark colored hooded sweatshirt with a white shirt underneath it. The suspect was with a black male who was wearing a red hooded sweatshirt, jeans and black sneakers. They both left the area after the stabbing occurred. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Syracuse Police Department Criminal Investigations Division at (315) 442-5222. All calls will remain confidential. Anonymous tips may also be submitted using the “SPD Tips” app.

Syracuse Police and Fire Departments Investigate an Arson. On Thursday April 5th, 2018 at approximately 3:15 AM, the Syracuse Police Department and the Syracuse Fire Department responded to 253 Fitch Street in regards to a fire call. Upon arrival, personnel observed that the residence was fully engulfed in flames, and there were reports that people were still inside. Syracuse Fire Department personnel were able to extinguish the fire, and rescued 4 residents from the burning building. The four people were identified as Susan Wagner (45), Michael DuBois (16), Korinna DuBois (18) and Hunter DuBois (1). They were all transported to Upstate University Hospital for treatment. Hunter Dubois later died from the injuries he sustained in the fire, and the other family member remain in critical condition at this time. James Gower (51) was able to escape the fire by jumping out of a second floor window, sustaining minor injuries. Two Syracuse Firefighter also sustained injuries while working at the scene of this fire. An investigation was conducted at the scene by Syracuse Fire Department fire Investigators, and it was determined that this fire was the result of an intentional act, and not accidental in nature. Detectives in the Criminal Investigations Division assisted in the investigation, which consisted of several interviews and the examination of evidence recovered from the scene. As a result, they were able to identify a suspect in this incident, and charged Charles A. DuBois (3/19/98) with Murder in the 2nd degree and Arson in the 1st degree. DuBois was later lodged at the Onondaga County Justice Center. Additional charges against Charles DuBois are possible as this investigation continues. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Syracuse Police Department Criminal Investigations Division at (315) 442-5222. All calls will remain confidential. Anonymous tips may also be submitted using the “SPD Tips”.

Syracuse Police Make an Arrest in a Burglary Investigation. On Tuesday, April 3, 2018, at approximately 12:13am, Syracuse Police responded to the Downtown Grocery Store, located at 353 S. Warren Street, in regards to a burglary investigation. The owner of the store reported he heard the store’s audible burglary alarm and responded to the front entrance of the store. The owner told police he observed the front door to be broken and he could see a male inside the establishment. When the suspect exited the store, he was carrying a red duffle bag. The owner confronted the suspect, but the suspect fled on foot. The owner and another male then chased after him. The suspect fell to the ground near Columbus Circle and the victim took the red duffle bag from him. The suspect then threatened both males with a knife and fled the area. Syracuse Police Officer Travis Rheinheimer was able to locate the suspect in the 400 block of Montgomery Street. The suspect was identified as Dashawn Gainey, 29, of 254 Seneca Drive, Syracuse. The duffle bag possessed by Gainey contained 15 packs of Newport cigarettes, 14 lottery tickets, a crowbar and a pair of pliers. The cigarettes and lottery tickets were proceeds from the burglary. Gainey was arrested and charged with Burglary in the Third Degree, Robbery in the First Degree, Possession of Burglar’s Tools, Criminal Mischief in the Fourth Degree, Criminal Possession of a Weapon in the Fourth Degree and Petit Larceny. He was lodged at the Onondaga County Justice Center pending his arraignment.

Syracuse Police make an arrest after a traffic pursuit. On Monday April 2nd, 2018 at approximately 10:07 PM, Syracuse Police Officers attempted to a vehicle on Route 81 S/B near the Salina Street exit. The vehicle continued and refused to pull over for Officers, as it continued southbound on S. Salina Street. In the 600 block of S. Salina Street near E. Adams Street, the vehicle crashed into 3 light poles, a crosswalk sign and struck the building a 610 S. Salina Street. The driver of the vehicle then got of the damaged car and ran away from the scene, but was located by Officers a short distance away. The driver was later transported to Upstate University Hospital for minor injuries sustained in the crash. The driver was identified as Brandon S. Cooke, 34 years old, of Akwesasne N.Y. Cooke was the only occupant of the vehicle, and a large quantity of Marijuana was recovered inside his vehicle after the crash. Cooke will be charged with Criminal Possession of Marijuana in the 1st degree and several vehicle and traffic law violations. Cooke was lodged at the Justice Center,

Syracuse Police are investigating a stabbing. On Saturday March 31st, 2018 at approximately 9:02 PM, Syracuse Police Officers responded to the area of S. Salina Street and E. Adams Street in regards to a stabbing call. Upon arrival, Officers met with a 45 year old male, who was suffering from a stab wound to his abdomen area. The victim was transported to Upstate University Hospital by AMR Ambulance for treatment. The victim is currently listed in critical condition, but, he is expected to recover from his injury. The incident occurred on E. Adams Street near S. Clinton Street and the suspect was described as a black male in his late teens to early 20’s. The suspect was last seen headed towards the Gifford Street area. There is no additional suspect description available at this time. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Syracuse Police Department Criminal Investigations Division at (315) 442-5222. All calls will remain confidential. Anonymous tips may also be submitted using the “SPD Tips” app.

Syracuse Police are investigating a stabbing. On Saturday March 31st, 2018 at approximately 4:52 PM, Syracuse Police Officers responded to Destiny USA Mall in regards to a stabbing call. Upon arrival, Officers met with an 18 year old male, who was suffering from a stab wound to the back. The victim was transported to Upstate University Hospital by AMR Ambulance personnel for treatment. His injury does not appear to be life threatening. The incident appears to have happened inside the Mall, near the Zumiez store. The victim has been uncooperative with investigating Officers, and has not provided any suspect information. At this time, there is no additional information available. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Syracuse Police Department Criminal Investigations Division at (315) 442-5222. All calls will remain confidential. Anonymous tips may also be submitted using the “SPD Tips” app.

Syracuse Police Make an Arrest in a Burglary Investigation. On Friday, March 30, 2018, at approximately 4:55am, Syracuse Police responded to the 100 block of Kenmore Ave in regards to a burglary in progress. The caller reported hearing noise in the basement of the residence. Upon arrival, police could hear movement and banging metal coming from the basement of the home. As they checked the perimeter of the house, Police Officer Raymond Keefe observed an open basement window. Officer Keefe announced his presence and eventually the suspect came to the window. The suspect complied with orders to exit the residence and he was taken into custody without incident. The suspect was identified as Henry Montgomery, 44, of Syracuse. When officers entered the residence, they observed the copper pipes in the basement to be cut and they located a black duffle bag full of copper pipes. Montgomery was arrested and charged with Burglary in the Second Degree, Criminal Mischief in the Third Degree and Attempted Petit Larceny. He was lodged at the Onondaga County Justice Center pending his arraignment.

Syracuse Police Arrest Suspect for the Possession of an Illegal Substance. On Thursday, March 29, 2018, at approximately 8:05pm, Syracuse Police Officers David Craw and Joseph Moran conducted a vehicle and traffic stop of a black BMW X5, in the 1100 block of Spring Street. The driver of the vehicle was identified as Aquil Hills, 37, of York, PA. While conducting their investigation, Officer Craw observed Hills conceal an unknown object underneath his shirt, near his waistband. Hills was removed from the vehicle and was found to be concealing a freezer bag containing a large amount of money. Upon further investigation, Hills was found to be in possession of over $5,000 in U.S. Currency and 22 grams of cocaine. 22 grams of cocaine is equivalent to 220 doses and has a street value of $2,200.00. Prior to police locating the drugs, Hills attempted to ingest the illegal substance to avoid detection. Hills was arrested and charged with two counts of Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance in the Third Degree, Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance in the Seventh Degree and Tampering with Physical Evidence. He was lodged at the Onondaga County Justice Center pending his arraignment.

Syracuse Police Arrest Suspect for the Possession of Illegal Substances. On Thursday, March 29, 2018, at approximately 5:46pm, Syracuse Police Officers Jeremy Decker and Darren Ettinger conducted a vehicle and traffic stop of a gray Hyundai Elantra, in the 300 block of Valley Drive. As police approached the vehicle, Officer Ettinger observed the front seat passenger conceal something on his person. The front seat passenger was identified as Willie McDonald, 25, of Syracuse. While speaking with McDonald, Officer Ettinger smelled the strong odor of raw marihuana coming from his person. Officer Ettinger then asked McDonald to step out of the vehicle. Upon further investigation, McDonald was found to be in possession of eight grams of cocaine, which he had concealed on his person. Eight grams of crack cocaine is equivalent to 80 doses and has a street value of $800.00. McDonald was also in possession of marihuana and three Clonazepam pills. The driver of the vehicle issued Uniformed Traffic Tickets and was released from the scene. McDonald was arrested and charged with Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance in the Third, Fourth and Seventh Degrees and Unlawful Possession of Marihuana. He was lodged at the Onondaga County Justice Center pending his arraignment.

On March 23rd, 2018 Detectives from the Syracuse Police Department Special Investigations Division executed a search warrant at 335 Seymour Street. This search warrant was the culmination of an ongoing investigation into the sale of illegal drugs in that area. As a result of the search warrant Detectives recovered approximately 300 bags of Heroin, 1 gram of Cocaine and $1800.00 in cash. The following people were charged with Criminal Possession of a controlled substance in the 3rd, 4th and 7th degrees: Marshall R. Pam (31), Jose-Cirino-Navarro (39), Chastity L. Bateman (27), Jose Rodriguez-Diaz (38), Johnny Carrasquillo (46) and Orlando Rivera-Gonzalez (26). The following people were charged with Criminal Possession of Controlled Substance in the 7th degree: Julio Centero (55), Michael Centero (35), Richard T. Hanke (46), Franklin O’Neill (50), Richard Colon (42), Michael Torres (35), James Coleman (31), William Abt (27), Matthew J. Edwards (42), Paul Matthews (45), Megan Morris (33) and Paul Johnson (47). Booking photographs of the suspects that were lodged into the Onondaga County Justice Center are attached, and the others were released on appearance tickets. Anyone with information regarding drugs is asked to contact the Syracuse Police Department Special Investigations Division at (315) 425-1034. All calls will remain confidential. Anonymous tips may also be submitted using the “SPD Tips” app.

Syracuse Police Arrest Three Suspects Following a Traffic Pursuit. On Thursday, March 29, 2018, at approximately 10:06am, Syracuse Police Officer Emily Quinones attempted to conduct a vehicle and traffic stop of a green Kia Soul, at the intersection of Midland Ave and W. Taylor Street. The vehicle had been reported stolen on March 27, 2018, in the City of Syracuse. The driver of the vehicle refused to stop for police and a traffic pursuit ensued. The pursuit ended when the suspect vehicle crashed into a residence in the 500 block of Bryant Ave. The three occupants exited the vehicle and attempted to flee on foot. Police were able to take all three occupants into custody. The driver of the vehicle was a 15 year old female. The two passengers of the vehicle were identified as Peter Geremia, 17 and Marqual West, 17, both of Syracuse. The occupants of the vehicle were transported by AMR to University Hospital for minor injuries. The driver of the vehicle was arrested and charged with Unlawful Fleeing of a Police Officer in the Third Degree, Criminal Possession of Stolen Property in the Fourth Degree, Reckless Driving and Unauthorized Use of a Motor Vehicle in the Third Degree. She was released on a juvenile appearance ticket. Geremia and West were arrested and charged with Unauthorized Use of a Motor Vehicle in the Third Degree. They were both released on appearance tickets.

Syracuse Police Arrest Suspect for the Possession of a Loaded Handgun. On Wednesday, March 28, 2018, at 7:26pm, members of the Syracuse Police Department’s Crime Reduction Team conducted a vehicle and traffic stop of a black Honda Accord, in the 300 block of Delaware Street. As the vehicle came to a stop, the front seat passenger, later identified as Salah Felder, 19, of Syracuse, immediately exited the vehicle and ran from the scene. Police Officer Darren Ettinger observed the butt of a handgun sticking out of Felder’s jacket pocket. Officers pursued Felder and Police Officer Jeremy Decker was able to take him into custody in the 100 block of Fitch Street. Officers then conducted a ground search of Felder’s path of flight, where they located a loaded Walther .380 caliber semiautomatic handgun. The firearm had been previously reported stolen out of Charlotte, North Carolina. Felder was arrested and charged with Criminal Possession of a Weapon in the Second Degree, Criminal Possession of a Firearm, Tampering with Physical Evidence, Criminal Possession of a Stolen Property in the Fourth Degree, Resisting Arrest and Littering. He was lodged at the Onondaga County Justice Center pending his arraignment.

Syracuse Police Arrest Two Suspects Following a Traffic Pursuit. On Wednesday, March 28, 2018, at approximately 5:35pm, Syracuse Police Officer Sean Carleo attempted to conduct a vehicle and traffic stop of a Chevrolet Camaro at the intersection of W. Onondaga Street and Fitch Street. The vehicle refused to stop and a traffic pursuit ensued. The pursuit led to westbound 690 and ended when the suspect vehicle exited the highway and came to a stop on Van Buren Road. The driver of the vehicle was identified as Nicholas Rodman, 32, of Syracuse. Rodman was taken into custody without incident. He was found to have a number of outstanding warrants for his arrest. The warrants included charges of Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance in the 7th Degree and vehicle and traffic related offenses. Rodman was arrested and charged with Unlawfully Fleeing a Police Officer in the Third Degree, in addition to numerous traffic offenses for today’s incident. During the pursuit, the passenger of the vehicle, who was identified as Joyanna Trease, 41, of Syracuse, was observed tossing narcotics out of the car window. Trease was taken into custody without incident. She was arrested and charged with Tampering with Physical Evidence and Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance in the Seventh Degree. Rodman and Trease were lodged at the Onondaga County Justice Center pending their arraignments.

SYRACUSE POLICE ANNOUNCE A 12 HOUR CIVILIAN POLICE ACADEMY. In the wake of several well-publicized police-citizen encounters, Syracuse Police Chief Frank Fowler has decided to host a free event designed to improve the relationship between local police and the community members they serve. The Syracuse Police Department will be hosting a Civilian Police Academy April 3-5th, 2018 at the Public Safety Building, 511 S. State Street Syracuse N.Y. The Civilian Police Academy is intended to educate community members about police training and tactics, in an effort to provide them with a better understanding of police authority and the limits on police authority. Experienced police instructors will provide training related to various legal and procedural aspects of policing, including authorized police use of force. Practical exercises will also be incorporated into the curriculum, in an effort to provide participants with an opportunity to put into practice what they have learned. Each of these practical exercises will be recorded by local college and university students and an interactive discussion will follow each exercise. In addition, the instructors will facilitate discussion about some of the recently publicized police use of deadly force incidents that have dominated the news media. Invitations have been extended to a wide range of community members, including church leaders, activists, members and participants of Interfaith Works, media representatives, Syracuse City School District administrators, neighborhood watch groups and members of the Civilian Review Board. Please consider this announcement your invitation to participate. Again, there is no cost to attend the program. Please contact P.O. Dennis Burlingame by EMAIL: (DBURLINGAME@SYRACUSEPOLICE.ORG) at your earliest convenience to R.S.V.P., or for further details. This training will be conducted from 4:15pm until 9pm on April 3rd, 4th and 5th. PARTICPANTS ARE REQUIRED TO ATTEND THE FULL SESSIONS ON ALL THREE DAYS.*

Syracuse Police are investigating a stabbing. On Wednesday March 28th, 2018 at approximately 7:42 AM, Syracuse Police Officers responded to the 100 block of Dickerson Street in regards to a stabbing call. Upon arrival, Officers met with a 40 year male who was suffering from stab wounds to his back. The victim was transported to Upstate University Hospital by AMR Ambulance for treatment. The victim is listed in serious, but stable condition at this time. The suspect was described as a black male, but no other description is available at this time. Detectives are currently investigating this incident, and anyone with information is asked to contact the Syracuse Police Department Criminal Investigations Division at (315) 442-5222. All calls will remain confidential. Anonymous tips may also be submitted using the “SPD Tips” app.