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      Child Advocacy Center sweep leads to fifteen arrests

      Blaine Wiggins

      F ifteen Registered Sex Offenders were arrested in Oneida County for failing to provide information about internet access and accounts in an effort called Operation ESP (E-Stop Policing).

      The following individuals were arrested and issued appearance tickets:

      -Francis Antkow, age 36, of Bridgewater

      -Frederick Buckingham, age 43, of Camden

      -Joseph Ficchi, age 23, of Marcy

      -Kathy Goralczyk, age 53, of Westernville

      -Troy Janicke, age 40, of New York Mills

      -Nicholas Kampf, age 28, of Deansboro

      -Timothy Narolis, age 30, of Marcy

      -Michael Ostrander, age 33, of Cassville, currently in Oneida County Jail

      -Domingo Pierce, age 21, of Taberg

      -Andrew Potter, age 23, of Verona

      -Keith Roux, age 46, of Rome

      -Jacob Toner, age 32, of Clark Mills

      -Keith Ward, age 43, of Clark Mills

      -Blaine Wiggins, age 33, of New York Mills - additional charge of Failure to Notify Change of Address

      -John Wystozaly, age 35, of Bridgewater

      The operation was a joint effort by Oneida County Sheriffs and the Oneida County Advocacy Center, State Police, Oneida County Sheriff's, Kirkland Police, Utica Police and Rome Police. All arrests have been referred to the Oneida County District Attorney's Office for Grand Jury consideration.