FlackBroadcasting

Volunteer transportation

LC gen

The Moose is now streaming live!

NYS Police 2

Watertown- On August 29, 2017 at 6 a.m., New York State Parole officers were conducting a home visit with a resident at 314 William Street Apartment B when the officers observed items that are typically used in the illegal manufacturing of methamphetamine.

Officers immediately notified members of the New York State Police Contaminated Crime Scene Emergency Response Team (CCSERT).

The State Police Community Narcotics Enforcement Team (CNET) and Contaminated Crime Scene Emergency Response Team (CCSERT) responded to process the residence recovering approximately 3 grams of powdered meth along with items used to manufacture methamphetamine.

The following were charged with Unlawful Manufacturing of Methamphetamine 3rd degree (a class “D” felony):

-Edgar L. Richardson, age 39, Homeless
-Kylie B. Hall, age 30, from 513 Stone Street Watertown, NY
-Heather Feistel, age 26, from 8050 Washington Street Harrisville, NY
-Tammy R. Evans, age 38, from 618 Addison Street Watertown, NY
-Raymond M. Come Jr., age 31, from 618 Addison Street Watertown, NY

All five suspects were arraigned in City of Watertown Court and were committed to the Metro-Jefferson PSB without bail. The investigation is continuing.

 

     
          Richardson                             Hall                                  Feistel

                                              

            Evans                               Come   

 

 

 

Pin It

All news stories that air on The Moose/The Blizzard come from 1st-hand reporting, press releases, & other media outlets only. All press releases that come from law enforcement agencies & fire departments are aired with no exceptions. All names & ages of subjects in police reports are aired if they are released from the police agency. If is at all possible, the names of victims are not aired. The Moose/The Blizzard reserves the right not to air suicide or mental health stories, depending on the circumstances. Should you believe there is an error in the report, contact the police agency involved & if there is indeed an error, a correction will be aired. All statements made during interview segments are the beliefs & opinions of the interview subject & do not reflect the opinions of the radio stations.