Onondaga County Sheriff's Office looking for man accused of pawning stolen property

SYRACUSE, N.Y. (WSYR-TV) - The Onondaga County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's assistance in locating a man who "is no stranger to the police." 

Deputies say 39-year-old Lance Isaacs has a warrant out for his arrest from an incident stemming from an alleged burglary in August of 2016. 

According to the Sheriff's Office, an elderly couple in the Town of Onondaga was burglarized and their leaf blower was taken from their garage. 

Almost a year later, Syracuse Police notified deputies that the stolen leaf blower had allegedly been pawned at a local pawn shop by Isaacs. 

Isaacs is also wanted for third-degree assault and petit larceny. In May 2017, he allegedly stole a large quantity of meat from the Tops in DeWitt, and in October 2017, he was involved in a domestic altercation with his wife.

He allegedly hit her in the head with a beer can, pushed her down and ran over her leg with his pickup truck. She was not seriously injured.

Deputies say Issacs has been arrested 14 times previously and has had 18 warrants for his arrest. 

"He does not like authority and has threatened to kill police officers and usually resists arrest," said Sgt. Mike Norton with the Onondaga County Sheriff's Office.

Isaacs is described as 6'0" and weighs 250 pounds.

He has black hair, browns eyes and two tattoos. 

His last known address was on the Onondaga Nation Territory. He also has ties to the St. Regis Reservation and commonly travels between the two. He also frequents the City of Syracuse. 

If you have any information regarding his whereabouts, give deputies a call at 315-435-3032.

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