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Local News Roundup: Driver Collides with Parkway Bridge, Man Accused of Threatening Shooting Tracked with GPS, and More

In the latest news on the go, another out-of-state driver collided with the Parkway bridge yesterday, causing debris to scatter all over the road.

The driver, identified as 64-year-old Lincoln Deloach from Mississippi, drove his tractor-trailer under the bridge, peeling the top of his rig off.

Despite several measures put in place by the state Department of Transportation to improve safety, it is up to drivers to be more aware of the roads and pay attention while on the parkway.

Meanwhile, police have ordered 20-year-old Zachary Mullen to wear a GPS tracking bracelet after he was accused of threatening a shooting at the Manlius Tops.

Although making a terroristic threat is not enough to put someone behind bars under state law, the bracelet will allow authorities to monitor Mullen’s movements.

In other news, a lieutenant from the Fulton police department is on paid administrative leave after being accused of drunk driving.

44-year-old Sean Hanks, along with his wife, was driving along I-81 in the town of Richland when he went off the road and crashed.

His wife was also allegedly drunk and was arrested for DWI.

Additionally, a Fulton Junior High School teaching assistant and coach of the girls cross country team, 37-year-old Joshua Demars, was arrested on child porn charges.

Although he has been released from jail, his name has been removed from the Fulton City School District’s website.

In Syracuse, a 20-year-old man was stabbed in the back on the city’s East Side, while a firefighter was taken to the hospital after responding to a fire on the North Side.

In Manlius, police shut down part of Myers Road overnight for a fire call, which was later brought under control by the East Manoa fire department.

Lastly, several villages in Onondaga County have elections today for judge and trustee seats.

Polling places and hours vary, so be sure to check before heading out to vote.

The Su women’s basketball team also continues in the postseason, with a win against Seton Hall in the second round of the WNIT.

They will face off against Columbia in New York City this Friday.

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