Syracuse Man arrested following a two-county traffic pursuit
NEW YORK STATE POLICE
Major Philip T. Rougeux Troop D Commander
State Police arrested Corey D. Streeter, age 30 from Syracuse, NY for Criminal Mischief 2nd degree (D-felony), Unlawfully Fleeing a Police Officer in a Motor Vehicle 3rd degree (A-misdemeanor), Criminal Possession of a weapon 4th degree (A-misdemeanor).
On September 13, 2019, at approximately 6:15 pm Troopers along with Madison County Sheriff Deputies responded to Canal Road in the town of Madison for a report of male subject on the side of the road yelling and throwing items. Upon patrols arrival, they observed a male suspect walking around a NYSEG power substation and damaging wires to the building with two machetes. As the subject observed the officers, he retreated to his vehicle, a 2012 Gray Dodge Journey, and fled. Troopers and Deputies attempted to stop of the suspect vehicle on State Route 20. However the driver refused to comply.
As the suspect vehicle continued into Herkimer County, Troopers deployed a Stinger Spike System as the vehicle entered the village of Herkimer which was successful in flattening one tire. The suspect vehicle then pulled into a parking lot and stopped.
The suspect, identified as Corey D. Streeter, was taken into custody without further incident. He was arraigned in the town of Hamilton Court and remanded to the Madison County Jail.