Multiple defendants were arraigned in Auburn City Court Monday on unrelated felony charges following arrests by the Auburn Police Department.
On Saturday, police arrested 31-year-old Laronda F. A. Agee on charges related to an incident that occurred on July 27.
Police said Agee, of 4 Lizette St., Auburn, drove her vehicle onto the sidewalk in front of the Auburn City Courthouse on Genesee Street in an attempt to run over her 16-year-old daughter, who had an order of protection filed against her mother.
Agee was charged with first-degree criminal contempt, a felony, endangering the welfare of a child and third-degree menacing. She was arraigned in Auburn City Court Monday and released on her own recognizance. She is scheduled to reappear in court on Sept. 13.
In an unrelated case, police arrested Robert J. Stryker, 47, of 6606 E. Seneca Turnpike Road, Jamesville, on Monday and charged him with five felonies stemming from a crime that took place in June.
Deputy Police Chief Roger Anthony said that on June 26, Stryker broke into a house on Aspen Street in Auburn through the garage and took two purses that contained credit and debit cards. Stryker used one of the cards to buy a 55-inch TV at Walmart and signed for the purchase using the victim's name, Anthony said.
An investigation into the crime led to Stryker after he was arrested in Syracuse for allegedly stealing a vehicle and running from police officers two days after the Auburn burglary allegedly took place. For the Auburn incident, Stryker was charged with second-degree burglary, first-degree identity theft, second-degree forgery, fourth-degree grand larceny and fourth-degree criminal possession of stolen property, all felonies. He was arraigned Monday afternoon in Auburn City Court and returned to the Onondaga County Justice Center.
Later Monday night, police arrested Matthew J. Stanley after officers were called to Delevan Street in Auburn.
When police arrived, the 19-year-old was found to be in possession of a 9 mm handgun, which he intended to trade to someone in exchange for an ounce of marijuana, Anthony said. According to police, the gun was not loaded but Stanley did have ammunition on him when he was arrested.
Stanley was charged with two felonies: second-degree criminal possession of a weapon and third-degree criminal sale of a firearm. He was arraigned Monday night in Auburn City Court and was being held at the Cayuga County Jail in lieu of $5,000 cash bail or $10,000 bond. Stanley's next court date is scheduled for Aug. 21.