Cayuga County Takes Action: Indictments Filed for Assault, Possession of Weapons, Impaired Driving, and Drug Charges

AUBURN, N.Y. — The Cayuga County District Attorney’s office has handed down multiple indictments in response to recent criminal activities taking place in the area. Lenaysia Myles, a 32-year-old resident of Syracuse, has been charged with second-degree assault and third-degree criminal possession of a weapon. The allegations against Myles stem from an incident where she allegedly used a metal object inside a sock to attack another individual. If convicted, Myles could face a maximum sentence of seven years imprisonment.

Another individual indicted is Chadd Clark, a 38-year-old resident of Dryden. Clark is facing charges for second-degree criminal possession of a weapon, classified as a class C armed violent felony. During a fight, Clark was found in possession of a loaded .40 caliber handgun, which he is not legally permitted to have in New York. Clark could potentially face up to 15 years in prison.

Abraham Patterson, 33, and Edwin Roberts, 42, both from Auburn, have also been indicted on separate charges. Patterson is facing impaired driving charges, while Roberts is facing charges related to burglary. Additionally, Rashan C. Ingram, 33, and Danielle Ray, 38, have been indicted for possessing over 800 grams of cocaine with the intent to sell. Ingram and Ray could face up to 40 and 30 years in prison, respectively.

All individuals indicted are currently awaiting arraignment dates in Cayuga County Court. The indictments come as the Cayuga County District Attorney’s office takes action against recent criminal activity in the area.