Police in Waterloo have provided an update on a disturbance that happened on Church and East Williams streets in the village of Waterloo earlier this month.
On July 5 around 9:15 p.m. officers from the Waterloo Police Department and deputies from the Seneca County Sheriff’s Office were dispatched to the area of East Williams and Church streets for a fight-in-progress.
Scanner traffic from that incident initially indicated that a stabbing may have taken place.
When officers arrived it was discovered that one person had been cut with a knife and suffered a laceration to the arm. North Seneca Ambulance responded to the scene, however, that person was airlifted by LifeNet to Upstate Medical Hospital.
It was also discovered that a vehicle had been damaged during the incident; and the victim had their car keys forcibly stolen from them.
As result of the investigation, Dakota Standbrook, 24, of Waterloo was charged with a felony count of assault and criminal possession of a weapon. Bronc Petrie, 18, of Waterloo was charged with criminal mischief and third-degree robbery.
Both are scheduled for additional court action at a later date.
The Waterloo Police Department thanked New York State Police and Seneca County Sheriff’s Office for their assistance in the investigation.
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