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Syracuse Police Overnight: Oakwood Ave. Shooting Victim Dies, Domestic Weapons charge on Shonnard St., Shooting with Injuries on Butternut St.

Syracuse Police Respond to Butternut St. Shooting – Saturday, September 19th, 2020, at around 3:40 P.M., Officers responded to the area of the 900 block of Butternut Street for a shooting with injuries call. Upon arrival, Officers located a 21-year-old male who was shot in the hand. A short time later, Officers located a 19-year More »

Second Time Since Tuesday September 15th: Syracuse Police Officers Find Drugs and A Loaded Handgun After Pursuit

On Wednesday, September 16th, 2020, at around 11:37 P.M., Officers Victoria Losurdo and William Coleman conducted a traffic stop in the 200 block of Shonnard St. for a vehicle that violated the Vehicle and Traffic Law. Upon speaking with the driver, there was a smell of *marihuana coming from the vehicle. The driver and passenger More »

Syracuse Police Crime Blotter September 17th – 2 Shooting Calls, Woman Shot in the Head

Syracuse Police Respond to Shots Fired with Injuries on Barrett St. – Thursday, September 17th, 2020, at around 4:59 P.M., Officers responded to the 100 block of Barrett St. for a shooting with injuries type call. Upon arrival, Officers located evidence of a shot fired and found several casings. A short time later, a 19-year-old More »

Syracuse Industrial Development Agency Approves Grants to More than 50 Small Businesses and Non-Profits for COVID-19 Response

Mayor Walsh thanks SIDA for increasing funding after requests more than doubled allocation Syracuse, N.Y. – The Syracuse Industrial Development Agency (SIDA) Board of Directors today approved 52 grants and one loan to small businesses and non-profits to help them respond to the continuing challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic. From plumbers to fitness centers to More »

Mayor Walsh Commends Common Council on Passage of New Eviction Provision for Syracuse Rental Registry

Statement by Syracuse Mayor Ben Walsh: Linking evictions and rent collection to compliance with the Rental Registry is another way we can improve quality of life in the City of Syracuse. More properties in the registry will make our neighborhoods stronger and ensure better quality housing. I look forward to signing it,” said Syracuse Mayor More »

Syracuse Weekend Crime Blotter: September 12- 13th Two Stabbings and Incidents Involving Guns

Syracuse Police Investigate W. Kirkpatrick Street Stabbing – Saturday, September 12th, 2020, at around 12:56 A.M., Officers responded to the 300 block of W. Kirkpatrick St. for a large fight call. Upon arrival, Officers encountered multiple people in the street that were being violent and aggressive. As Officers were trying to disperse the crowd, a 34-year-old More »

Mayor Walsh Announces Start of Parking Amnesty Period with New Searchable Database for Unpaid Tickets

Syracuse, N.Y. — Syracuse Mayor Ben Walsh announced a new online database to kick off the three-week parking violation amnesty program, beginning Tuesday, Sept. 8 until Friday, Sept. 25. The public can now search for ticket information by license plate or by name on the City of Syracuse Department of Finance Amnesty 2020 page. With More »