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Arrests made in Syracuse in relation to gun possession

On July 13, 2021, at around 1 p.m., Investigator Lee Jessie and Trooper Newell Field of the New York State Police were operating as a gun interdiction unit and patrolling the area of First North Street in the city of Syracuse.

Investigator Jessie and Trooper Newell conducted a traffic stop of a U-Haul van and briefly interviewed the operator, later identified as Anthony Glenn.

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During the interview, Glenn fled the scene of the traffic stop, and a short vehicle pursuit was initiated. Glenn abruptly stopped, and ran from the U-Haul van, and continued to flee on foot.

Inside the abandoned U-Haul van were around 30 grams of Fentanyl/Heroin packaged for sale, around 6 grams of crack cocaine packaged for sale, as well as a loaded .40 caliber pistol magazine.

Troopers, along with officers from the Syracuse Police Dept., responded to the area to assist and observed Glenn exiting a second vehicle and then entering a residence.


A dialog between State Police and Glenn was quickly established, which successfully de-escalated the incident and facilitated Glenn’s arrest.

The execution of a search warrant of a vehicle and the residence of 515 Carbon Street resulted in the seizure of a stolen .223 caliber AR15 assault rifle, 2 high capacity AR15 magazines, .223 caliber ammunition, and excess of $12,000 in cash.

Glenn, 30, was arrested for Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance 3rd degree w/ intent to sell a B-felony,
Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance 5th degree w/ intent to sell a D-felony,
Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance 7th degree an A-misdemeanor,
Fleeing and Officer in a Motor Vehicle 3rd degree an A-misdemeanor,
Resisting Arrest an A-misdemeanor, and
Obstruction of Governmental Administration 2nd degree an A-misdemeanor.


Kimmie R. Cook, 25, was also arrested on the following charges; Criminal Possession of a Weapon 3rd degree – Assault Rifle a D-felony,
Criminal Possession of a Weapon 3rd – High Capacity Magazine a D-felony, and 2 counts
Criminal Possession of Stolen Property 4th degree – Firearm an E-felony.



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