(UPDATE 8/18/2022 8:15 p.m.) — A woman called 911 at about 8:28 p.m. to report a stabbing at 6210 Pebble St. in the Town of Cicero, according to Cicero Police Chief, Steve Rotunno.

When police arrived, they found 40-year-old Mark A. Crawford of Cicero unconscious lying on the floor. Chief Rotunno says Crawford was given medical care before he was taken by ambulance to Upstate Hospital in life-threatening condition.

The chief says 28-year-old April J. Barbagallo of 6210 Pebble St. Cicero was detained on the scene, taken to the Cicero Police Department, and charged with the following:

  • NYS Penal Law 120.10 sub 1 – Assault 1st Degree, Class B Felony
  • NYS Penal Law 265.01 sub 2 – Criminal Possession of a Weapon 4th Degree – Class A Misdemeanor

Chief Rotunno says Barbagallo was processed at the Cicero Police Department and remanded to the Onondaga County Justice Center pending arraignment.

As of 2:30 a.m. on August 18, Crawford was listed in critical but stable condition.

(WSYR-TV) — Cicero Police Chief Steve Rotunno tells NewsChannel 9 a stabbing happened inside 6210 Pebble Street on Wednesday, August 17, around 8:30 p.m.

The chief says a 40-year-old man was sent to Upstate with life-threatening stab wounds after a domestic incident. He would not say if it was a spousal or family relation.

According to Chief Rotunno, a suspect is in custody and is being questioned at the police station.

This is an ongoing investigation and the chief tells NewsChannel 9 that they plan to release more information tomorrow.