Usually eggs are for Easter as candy canes are for Christmas. That wasn't the case in Liverpool in the Syracuse area.

An Onondaga County Sheriff's deputy was caught on a Ring camera egging his neighbor's car.

CNY Central reports that deputies say video shows Sergeant Kevin Williams of Liverpool egging the car in the early morning hours of Friday, December 18th in the Wild Creek neighborhood in the town of Clay. Williams is a Custody Department Sergeant with 22 years of service.

The case has been forwarded to the Town of Clay Court for a criminal summons request for the charge of second-degree harassment. Deputies say an internal investigation is ongoing."

 

Syracuse.com reports that Sgt. Kevin Williams was ticketed on a charge of second-degree harassment, a violation, for egging his neighbor’s vehicle.

 

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Your Ring Doorbell Might Be Part of a Large Recall

If you are the owner of a Ring doorbell, make sure it is installed properly. Amazon’s Ring is recalling roughly 350,000 doorbells due to fire hazard after the company received multiple reports of injuries and property damage, according to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission.

According to reports, eight people have suffered minor burns and another 85 have experienced property damage after the doorbells overheated. This was due to incorrect screws being used for installation.

If you purchased a 2nd Generation Ring Doorbell online or in stores from June 2020 to October 2020 for roughly $100, and it has the model number 5UM5E5, your doorbell is under recall and it is important that it is installed correctly.

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