Deputy accused of stealing drugs pleads not guilty

Gioconodo is accused of taking prescription pain pills from his girlfriend and at least one pill from the medicine cart at the downtown jail. Detectives accuse Giocondo of stealing the narcotic drugs
while on and off duty in two separate incidents, one at the Justice Center and the other in the Town of Clay.

June 30, 2016

CLAY, N.Y. -- An Onondaga County Sheriff's deputy has pleaded not guilty to charges, which have come after an internal investigation by the Sheriff's department into the theft of narcotics.

John Gioconodo, 50, of Liverpool pleaded not guilty to charges of petit larceny, criminal possession of a controlled substance and official misconduct in Syracuse City Court Thursday morning. Gioconodo was released on his own recognizance and is due back in court on July 11.

Gioconodo is accused of taking prescription pain pills from his girlfriend and at least one pill from the medicine cart at the downtown jail. Detectives accuse Giocondo of stealing the narcotic drugs while on and off duty in two separate incidents, one at the Justice Center and the other in the Town of Clay.

Giocondo, has been a Custody Deputy for 26 years and is suspended without pay. He is also due in the Town of Clay Court on July 12 at 5:30 p.m.

http://cnycentral.com/news/local/deputy-accused-of-stealing-drugs-pleads-not-guilty

Police solve 1991 cold case murder
Berkeley police arrest 2008 serial rape suspect

Related Posts

Comment for this post has been locked by admin.
 

Comments

By accepting you will be accessing a service provided by a third-party external to https://home.iape.org/

Blotter - Latest News

News By Region

News by Date

Search IAPE

This login form is for IAPE Staff ONLY!