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Background Information

Employment History

Sheriff Captain


Sheriff's Department



Town of LaFayette

Board Member

Web References(11 Total References)

TOL - Town Board Meeting Minutes - November 24th, 2003

www.townoflafayette.com [cached]

Capt. Bronstad, Sheriff's Dept.
" Onondaga Sheriff Captain Peter Bronstad. Capt. Bronstad said it's the Unlawful Conduct Law. It's a tough one to crack if there's no levels which is why a noise ordinance with the levels is preferable if you want a noise ordinance. Unreasonable Cause is just a law hanging out there. It would be the Town Justice that would determine whether it was unreasonable. There is a law there but it is open to a lot of interpretation. If you want something more in black and white than you would want a noise ordinance. Councilman Bailey asked if Capt. Bronstad knew of any other towns that have one. Capt. Bronstad said Onondaga, DeWitt, etc. Councilman Bailey asked if they are successful. Capt. Bronstad said he can remember how it was useful at a couple of bars in Onondaga. Councilman Bailey asked about a neighbor vs. neighbor situation. Capt. Bronstad said only once in Onondaga. He warned them and said the next time he received a complaint the Code Enforcement Officer would be there to issue them a ticket. Councilman Bailey asked if the Code Enforcement Officer would be the one taking care of this. Capt. Bronstad said either the Sheriff's Dept. or the Code Enforcement Officer would be able to handle it and issue a ticket or speak to the resident's. Capt. Bronstad said it was being broadcasted on the radio for people to keep coming there. Tickets and towing could be done. Councilwoman Smith said this isn't the first time. Her own son couldn't even get home. Capt. Bronstad said people kept coming and coming. Councilwoman Smith said what part of the road wasn't blocked with cars was blocked with people. Capt. Bronstad said usually they determine if an emergency vehicle can get through. Capt. Bronstad said you can talk to the resident. Councilwoman Smith was told that because of the number of people there, the officer's hands were tied. Capt. Bronstad said there were between 200 and 300 people there and they kept coming. It could have turned into a worse situation if they had started arresting people due to the intoxication level of some of the people there. Councilman Bailey asked if the party is always around Halloween. Councilwoman Smith said yes. Capt. Bronstad believes it got stepped up because someone called it in to a radio station. Councilman Knapp believes there were also some fliers put up at S.U. Kevin Gilligan asked Capt. Bronstad if when they get a situation like this, can they just start towing cars? Capt. Bronstad said it does but cars were parked quite a distance from the party. Councilwoman Smith said the deputy told her they were trying to get people to give their keys to a sober driver but there weren't enough sober people there. Councilman Bailey asked about throwing a DWI check up at the end of the road. Capt. Bronstad said you could do that but it might not break up the party. It might make people want to stay longer. He would recommend having someone there at the beginning of the party as opposed to waiting until it gets to 300-400 people in attendance. Capt. Bronstad said it would depend on who was doing the towing.

TOL - Town Board Meeting Minutes - May 9th, 2005

www.townoflafayette.com [cached]

Capt. Bronstad, Onon.
County Sheriff's Dept. 7. SPECIAL REPORT: Captain Pete Bronstad, Onondaga County Sheriff's Office. Capt. Bronstad submitted year-to-date breakouts regarding crime view showing the activity in this area. This will give the Board an idea what's going on around here along with the times of the week along with the times that the activities are highest to lowest. He submitted this so the Board can see where they might like a Sheriff's Patrol to be. He needs at least a days notice. The town can use the Sheriff's Patrol 13 times. Councilor Knapp asked if the 13 times were three 4-hour blocks. Capt. Bronstad said the town has 13 four-hour blocks that they can use the Sheriff's Patrol. Capt. Bronstad said yes. The complaints are staggered outward. You can look at preventative patrols too. Councilor Knapp asked if 911 will know the Sheriff's Patrol is here. Capt. Bronstad said a number is called advising they are working in the Town of LaFayette. He believes the end of the school year seems to be one of the high call times. Capt. Bronstad said there wouldn't be a problem. Capt. Bronstad said the ordinance has changed. They aren't making as much revenue as he thought they did from the fines. He said for the Board to just let him know what they want to do.

Syracuse.com: News Updates From The Post-Standard

www.syracuse.com [cached]

At its worst, traffic gets a bit congested shortly before the last show or major act of the night, said Capt. Peter Bronstad of the Onondaga County Sheriff's Office.Onondaga County sheriff's deputies have been asked to step in and help traffic flow a bit smoother.Deputies will be paying special attention to making sure drivers don't stop on Onondaga Road and Seneca Turnpike Saturday night to watch the fireworks show."We have to encourage people to move along," Bronstad said.

Syracuse.com: News

www.syracuse.com [cached]

Twelve teens were charged after Onondaga County sheriff's deputies found them drinking at a party Tuesday night at 4827 Broad Road in the town of Onondaga, Capt. Peter Bronstad said.

Town of Pompey, NY

www.townofpompey.com [cached]

Capt. Pete Bronstad can be reached at the Station @ 315-435-2940/2941

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