According to Oneida County Sheriff Rob Maciol patrol officers were called to a construction office after an unknown person was seen entering on Base Road in the town of Whitestown on October 26 at 2:30 PM. Patrol officers were able to locate the person and it was learned that he had stolen items from inside the construction office. The male was taken into custody without incident.
Brian O Salazar, 25, of del Rio Texas taken into custody in charge with the burglary in the third degree which is a class D felony. While he was in custody it was learned that he was released from the Oneida County centralize arraignment in Oneida County Jail where he was arraigned on a burglary charge only 10 minutes before entering the construction lot. Due to the New York State bail reform law, Salazar was arranged three times in separate court cases in the last 24 hours and was released without posting bail each time. On October 25 in the town of Whitestown burglary in the third degree which is a class D felony, on October 25 in the city of Oswego grand larceny in the fourth degree, a class C felony, and on October 25 in the village of Whitesboro burglary in the third degree which is a class D felony. Salazar is currently awaiting CAP Court for arraignment on his new charge of burglary in the third degree.
Update: The Oneida County District Attorney’s Office filed a motion at the CAP Court Arraignment for Bryan Salazar for the Judge to consider setting bail due to the fact that he had been Released without bail on several other felonies. After the request of the District Attorney bail was set at $10k Cash or $50K Bond. The case will proceed to a Felony Exam which is schedule for Friday in the Town of Whitestown Court to determine if Salazar can continue to be held pending Grand Jury Action.