UPDATE: Thanks to NewsChannel 9 viewers, the Oswego County Sheriff’s Office reports that Nicholas D. Stadelmann has been arrested by State Police.
Around 8:36 a.m. on April 21, a LaFayette trooper saw a driver (Stadelmann) speeding in a white Ford Taurus, in the Town of Tully.
While the trooper was trying to pull him over, Stadelmann could not get off at the Tully exit ramp and ended up hitting a sign and fence.
When the trooper went back to his car to run Stadelmann’s license and registration, Stadelmann fled the scene and tried to drive in a wooded area nearby.
However, he was found a short time later.
Stadelmann was taken into custody without incident and charged with reckless driving and unlawfully fleeing.
During a search of Stadelmann’s vehicle, troopers also found stolen power tools from Lowes in Cortland, and he was charged with Petit Larceny. Stadelmann also had a bench warrant.
(WSYR-TV) — The Oswego County Sheriff’s Office is putting NewsChannel 9 viewers ‘On the Lookout’ for 42-year-old Nicholas Stadelman.
Police believe that Stadelman lives in the Liverpool area.
He has multiple warrants out for his arrest:
- One from the Central Square Police Department
- One from the New York State Police
- One from the Onondaga County Sheriff’s Office
Stadelman also has pending charges with the NYS Police and the Oswego County Sheriff’s Office.
Recently, he threatened to shoot people he knows, as well as law enforcement, according to police. He has also led police on a pursuit and has lied about his identity to them.
When police find Stadelman they say they will charge him with:
- Aggravated Harassment in the second degree
- Menacing in the second degree
- Stalking in the second degree
Anyone with information can call Oswego County Sheriff’s Office dispatch at 315-349-3411.