Dryden Police Charge Five Men Find Loaded Weapons Following Noise Complaint
Dryden Village Police have charged five men, after a routine noise complaint lead to the discovery of several illegal weapons.
On Monday night, Dryden Police responded to the noise complaint at the Dryden Hotel on West Main Street in the village.
Police found five men behaving in an “unruly” manner.
When a officers searched the vehicle the men were traveling in they found loaded guns. The men fled hiding in various areas in the village, one man broke into a home where he attempted to hide from police.
Police have charged Rhodney Moore Jr. of the Bronx, Jason Cousins and Adam Nesmith of Ithaca, Robert McCalla or Dryden, and Ruben Estrada of Providence, RI, with felony criminal possession of a weapon and breach of peace, a violation.
They also charged Estrada for felony burglary and misdemeanor resisting arrest.
Moore, Cousins, Nesmith, and Estrada were taken to the Tompkins County Jail in lieu of $25,000 cash bail or $50,000 bond. McCalla was held on $40,000 cash bail or $100,000 bond.
All five are scheduled to return to Town of Dryden Court on Sept. 10th.