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Village police charged Zachary J. Peck, 19, of Constable with driving while intoxicated, two counts of seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance and criminal possession of a weapon and ticketed him for operation of a vehicle with inadequate headlights at 2:41 a.m. Sunday following a traffic stop on Andrews Street.
The following list represents parcels of property transferred within St. Lawrence County between Oct. 30 to Nov. 5 The list includes seller, buyer, location of property and the purchase price.
Current Moira Supervisor Cindy Gale has started research on what options the town board can choose from to fill the supervisor's seat next year.
Village police charged Christine M. Gibbs, 34, of 47 Somerset Ave., Massena, with aggravated driving while intoxicated at 10:53 p.m. Friday following a traffic stop on East Orvis Street made during an investigation of a report that a Jeep had struck a truck at Burger King and then left the scene.
Heather M. Kirby, 27, of 92 State Route 56, Potsdam was arrested by Massena Village Police and charged with driving while intoxicated, second-degree obstructing governmental administration, consuming alcohol in a motor vehicle, and unlawful possession of marijuana at 1:03 a.m. Friday at Harte Haven Plaza.
With the Christmas holiday quickly approaching, officials with St. Lawrence County Toys For Tots say they are about halfway to their goal of collecting 14,000 toys, enough to provide two gifts to 7,000 children in need this holiday season.
Village police charged James K. Morris, 71, of 63 Sycamore St., Massena, with forcible touching at 7:55 p.m. Thursday.
Following the ceremony, the representatives gathered for a photo before cutting the ribbon to the Performing Arts Center.
A Hogansburg man allegedly angered that an acquaintance had failed to provide him with marijuana he had paid for was jailed Wednesday night after he rammed his vehicle while they were traveling on North Raquette Road.
Trent E. Perrin, 16, who disappeared from his home in Ogdensburg in September, was last seen in Massena that same month.
Joseph Neal, 36, of 250 Hubbard Road Apt. B was arrested by Massena Village Police and charged with aggravated second-degree harassment at 1:45 Wednesday.
Massena: Robert B. Squires, 83 of Churchill Ave. Massena died Monday evening at the Massena Memorial Hospital where he been admitted earlier in the day.