NYSP Community Stabilization Unit arrest Syracuse couple on multiple felony charges
NEW YORK STATE POLICE
Major Darrin S. Pitkin
Commander of Troop D
At around 1:00 p.m. on July 13, 2021, Trooper Lee Jessie of Troop D Community Stabilization Unit (CSU) and Trooper Newell Field patrolled as a gun prohibition unit and patrolled the First North Street area in the city of Syracuse. Investigators Jessie and Trooper Newell conducted a traffic check on a Uhaul delivery van and briefly interviewed the operator, who was later identified as Anthony Glenn. During the interview, Glenn fled the traffic control location and a brief vehicle chase was initiated. Glenn stopped short, ran out of the Uhaul van, and fled on foot.
The abandoned Uhaul van contained approximately 30 grams of fentanyl / heroin (packaged for sale), approximately 6 grams of crack cocaine (packaged for sale) and a loaded .40 caliber pistol magazine.
Soldiers, along with officers from the Syracuse Police Dept, responded to the area to help, watching Glenn get out of a second vehicle and then pull into the residence at 515 Carbon Street.
A dialogue between the state police and Glenn was quickly established which successfully de-escalated the incident and facilitated Glenn’s arrest.
The execution of a search warrant on a vehicle and 515 Carbon Street residence resulted in the confiscation of a stolen .223 caliber AR15 assault rifle, (2) high capacity AR15 magazines, .223 caliber ammunition and more than $ 12,000 in bar.
The following people were arrested as follows:
Anthony E. Glenn – 30 year old man:
- Criminal possession of a 3rd degree controlled substance with intent to sell (B crime)
- Criminal possession of a Grade 5 controlled substance with intent to sell (D crime)
- Criminal possession of a Grade 7 controlled substance (A-offense)
- Escape and civil servant in a 3rd degree motor vehicle (A-offense)
- Resistance to arrest (A-offense)
- 2nd degree obstruction of state administration (A-offense)
Kimmie R. Cook – 25 years old (female):
- Criminal possession of a 3rd degree weapon – assault rifle (D crime)
- Criminal Gun Possession 3rd – High Capacity Magazine (D-crime) (2 points)
- Criminal Possession of Grade 4 Stolen Property – Firearm (e-crime)
Both were taken to the Onondaga County Judicial Center for central prosecution.