Three Charged In Cicero Meth Lab Operation
Three people were arrested and charged Wednesday night when a month-long investigation resulted in the discovery of a methamphetamine lab in Cicero, New York. Renee Fatta, Gerald Reome, and Samuel Glenny were arrested when a search warrant was executed at 5637 Bear Road, where they ran a clandestine laboratory.
Six ounces of methamphetamine was seized and "a quantity" of both cocaine and Ketamine were seized during the arrest. The DEA Central New York High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area (HIDTA) Task Force led a month-long investigation leading to the warrant and arrests. The Onondaga County Sheriff's Office, DEA, Onondaga County DA's Office and NYSP Contaminated Crime Scene Emergency Response Team all participated in that investigation.
The laboratory has been dismantled, and all hazardous materials have been safely disposed of. All three suspects were remanded to the Town of Salina Court and are being held without bail.
Renee C. Fatta (below, 32) of 5637 Bear Rd. T/Cicero
Unlawfully manufacturing methamphetamine 3rd degree-Felony
CPCS 4th degree-Felony
CPCS 2nd -Felony
CPCS 7th (3 counts)-Misdemeanor
Criminally using drug paraphernalia 2nd (2 counts)-Misdemeanor
OCSO Warrant for AUO
Gerald Christopher Reome (below, 42) of 5637 Bear Rd. T/Cicero
Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance in the 2nd degree-Felony
Unlawfully manufacturing methamphetamine 3rd degree-Felony Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance in the 7th degree (2 counts)-Misdemeanor CPCS 3rd-Felony