Massena Crime

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  • Police: Massena man arrested again for violating ord...

    Friday Oct 17 | via Watertown Daily Times 

    Massena-based state police charged Corbey A. Terrance, 23, of 14 Church St., Apt. 2, Massena with second-degree criminal contempt after responding to a complaint at 6:40 p.m. Thursday that he was violating an order of protection at the St. Lawrence Centre mall in the town of Massena.

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  • Police: Battle over shower led to altercation betwee...

    Monday Oct 13 | via Watertown Daily Times 

    A Massena man's decision to shut off the water while his brother was getting ready to take a shower led to a fight in a shared driveway that resulted in the brothers striking each other in the head with the butt end of a rifle, according to state police. Massena-based state police charged Robert T. Snyder, 35, of 32 Hall Road Extension, Apt.

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  • Battle over shower led to altercation between brothe...

    Monday Oct 13 | via Ogdensburg Courier-Observer/Journal 

    A Massena man's decision to shut off the water while his brother was getting ready to take a shower led to a fight in a shared driveway that resulted in the brothers striking each other in the head with the butt end of a rifle. Massena-based state police charged Robert T. Snyder, 35, of 32 Hall Road Extension, Apt.

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  • Massena woman pleads guilty to mail fraud, aggravate...

    Friday Oct 10 | via Ogdensburg Courier-Observer/Journal 

    A Massena woman pleaded guilty Thursday in federal court in Syracuse to mail fraud and aggravated identity theft, according to a Friday press release from the U.S. Attorney's Office. Lacey Jane Hollinger, 27, pleaded guilty in a case that involved false federal income tax returns that resulted in the theft of more than $200,000 from the Internal Revenue Service, according to United States Attorney Richard S. Hartunian and IRS-Criminal Investigations, New York Field Office, Special Agent in Charge Shantelle P. Kitchen.

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  • Massena police make arrest following investigation i...

    Wednesday Oct 8 | via Watertown Daily Times 

    An investigation into reports of larcenies from approximately 50 vehicles in the village last week has led to the arrest of a Massena man who has admitted his guilt to at least some of the crimes. Village police charged Nicholas P. Adams, 23, of 55 Liberty Ave., with a felony count of fourth-degree grand larceny and five counts of fourth-degree criminal possession of stolen property.

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  • Massena man accused of stealing $11,600 from Lottie'...

    Wednesday Oct 8 | via North Country Now 

    An 30-year-old village resident is jailed on two felonies for allegedly breaking into his neighbor's home and stealing about $11,600 cash from her in the early morning hours of Oct. 1. Aaron M. Thompson of 73 Ames St. is charged with third-degree grand larceny and second-degree burglary, both felonies, and criminal trespass, a misdemeanor. According to a statement from Thompson's neighbor, Elizabeth Hurd, she left him with a key to check on her business and residence, Lottie's Beauty Salon, at 75 Ames St. She said she was missing boxes of cash containing about $2,400, about $320 in rolled quarters and a lockbox containing about $9,000.

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  • State police in Massena investigating reported robbe...

    Tuesday Oct 7 | via Watertown Daily Times 

    State police are investigating a report of a strong armed robbery that took place at 7:44 p.m. Monday at a resident on County Route 42A in the town of Massena. State police Bureau of Criminal Investigation Sr. Investigator Judith M. Trimboli, Massena, said the male homeowner reported two males wearing dark clothing and masks entered his residence and struck him several times in the chest and back with an aluminum baseball bat.

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  • St. Regis Mohawk Tribal Police Public Record

    Tuesday Oct 7 | via Ogdensburg Courier-Observer/Journal 

    St. Regis Mohawk Tribal Police charged Noah I. Mitchell, 32, of Hogansburg with driving while intoxicated, a felony count of third-degree criminal mischief, criminal mischief with intent to damage property, resisting arrest, reckless driving, unsafe passing on left, speed in zone and refusal to take breath test at 12:49 a.m. Sept. 29. He was arraigned in Bombay Town Court and sent to the Franklin County Jail on $1,000 bail or $500 cash bond.

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  • DA slams County Court judge over dismissal of indict...

    Monday Oct 6 | via Watertown Daily Times 

    St. Lawrence County District Attorney Mary E. Rain is criticizing a County Court judge for his decision to dismiss indictments against two men Friday, saying that he “ignored facts” and “wrongly applied the law.” In a press release Monday afternoon, Ms. Rain said Judge Jerome J. Richards's decision to dismiss indictments against Joseph A. Back II and Gary P. Rousaw on Friday was “deeply troubling.” “If there are facts in dispute, as there were in the indictments that were dismissed, a hearing is required so the judge may hear testimony,” Ms.

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  • Story from NorthCountryNow.com

    Monday Oct 6 | via North Country Now 

    St. Lawrence County District Attorney Mary Rain says her office will appeal three court decisions recently made by Judge Jerome Richards. Rain said the decision by Judge Richards to dismiss two indictments recently ignored the facts and wrongly applied the law.

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  • Russell man sentenced after striking pedestrian

    Tuesday Sep 30 | via Ogdensburg Courier-Observer/Journal 

    A Russell man was sentenced to local jail time and probation Monday in St. Lawrence County Court for intentionally striking a pedestrian on the side of the road in May. Donald M. Carlin Jr., 32, of 2785 County Route 24, was sentenced to six months in St. Lawrence County jail and five years of probation for his June 19 guilty plea to felony first-degree reckless endangerment. Mr. Carlin was heading southbound on County Route 24 near Pyrites-Russell Road at about 8 p.m. May 9 when he intentionally swerved off the road and struck Brandon W. Monroe, then 34. Mr. Carlin reportedly fled the scene southbound on County Route 24. He later turned himself in at the St. Lawrence County Sheriff's Department office.

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  • Massena man charged with striking girlfriend with po...

    Tuesday Sep 30 | via Ogdensburg Courier-Observer/Journal 

    Village police charged Jeffrey D. Fontaine, 45, of 45 Spruce St., Massena, with second-degree assault Tuesday following an investigation into a domestic dispute that took place shortly after midnight Tuesday morning. He allegedly hit his girlfriend, Sharonlyn Lavalley, 47, also of 45 Spruce St., in the arm with the vase.

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  • Massena man charged with robbery following incident ...

    Friday Sep 26 | via Watertown Daily Times 

    Massena-based state police charged Matthew J. Allen, 28, of Massena with third-degree robbery Thursday evening following an investigation into a strong armed robbery complaint filed with troopers at 4:40 p.m. Thursday. The investigation revealed Allen, while in a 2002 Chevrolet Cavalier, approached three people walking on a sidewalk on West Main Street in Norfolk and demanded money from one of the individuals.

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  • Massena woman enters plea to violation after success...

    Thursday Sep 25 | via Ogdensburg Courier-Observer/Journal 

    A Massena woman was ordered to pay a $125 surcharge after admitting she had physically attacked her mother during a family argument in February. Hannah Hayden, 23, of 69 Beach St., Massena, pleaded guilty to second-degree harassment in a plea bargain agreement that also satisfied an endangering the welfare of a child charge, stemming from an incident on Feb. 5 at her parent's home.

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  • Massena woman admits attacking mother; pleads guilty to harassment

    Thursday Sep 25 | via Watertown Daily Times 

    A Massena woman was ordered to pay a $125 surcharge after admitting she had physically attacked her mother during a family argument in February. Hannah Hayden, 23, of 69 Beach St., Massena, pleaded guilty to second-degree harassment in a plea bargain agreement that also satisfied an endangering the welfare of a child charge stemming from an incident on Feb. 5 at her parent's home. 3 comments

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  • Massena man charged with forging checks

    Wednesday Sep 24 | via Watertown Daily Times 

    State police on Tuesday charged Justin L. LaFleur 27, of Massena with four counts of criminal possession of a forged instrument, a class D felony, and fourth-degree grand larceny, a class E felony Troopers allege that during the month of August Mr. LaFleur stole checks from a 71-year-old victim and cashed four of them at two separate Community Bank locations in the village of Massena and Madrid, totaling approximately $1,395.00. At the time of Mr. LaFleur's arrest he was already being held at the St. Lawrence County jail, Canton, for a parole violation.

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  • Massena man accused of cashing $1,395 in forged checks

    Wednesday Sep 24 | via North Country Now 

    Justin L. LaFleur, 27, Massena, was charged with four counts of criminal possession of a forged instrument and fourth-degree grand larceny, all felonies, troopers said. Troopers said that during the month of August, LaFleur stole checks from a 71-year-old victim and cashed four of them at two separate Community Bank locations in Massena and Madrid, totaling approximately $1,395.

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  • North Syracuse man charged with possessing heroin in...

    Tuesday Sep 23 | via Ogdensburg Courier-Observer/Journal 

    A North Syracuse man charged in April 2013 as police were investigating a report of a home invasion that came at a time when rival groups were battling for control of the heroin market in Massena has been sentenced to probation. Janek P. Podeswik, 34, of 1624 Hawley Ave., North Syracuse, had been charged with possession of heroin while the then 25-year-old Massena man he was walking with was found with a loaded stolen handgun concealed in the waistband of his pants when they were stopped by police on Maple Street on the afternoon of April 11, 2013 when police were investigating a home invasion on Spruce Street were sent back to the county jail after court appearances last week in Massena Village Court.

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Massena Law

Two DWI sentences running concurrent 1 1/3 - 4 and 1 2/3 - 5. The agreement was to run concurrent starting form the first day in prison. It took 10 months for the second charge to go through the court system and DOCC's added 10 months to the end of the sentence as the details were not spelled out in the minutes or put in any of the documents submitted. Just a box was checked saying concurrent.
Contact the attorney who handled the case at sentencing. Perhaps the court can correct the sentencing dockets.
i want to get a hunting license and a gun but not sure if i can.
You cannot own a firearm in New York State with a felony conviction, unless the judge who sentenced you will issue you...
i was put on probation due to the fact i stayed at a friend house and had some beers and went to go home around 930 the next morning and had to blow into my interlock device and it read alcoho..so they put me on probation and just wondering what would happen if i fail the 80 hr etg test for th very first time?
You always face the possibility of being resentenced to jail.
I was arrested for felony misdemeanor b possession of 28 grams of marijuana.
No. Unless that is a local procedure I don't know about. I've only seen in court drug testing where the defendant is in...
violation of probation
Felony-- 1 13-4 or 2 1/3-7 years. Misdemeanor--up to 1 year Depemds on what charge you were put on probation for....
in september i was sentenced to a misd. DWI with a 1 year conditional discharge ddp interlock for 6 months and to comply with what ever chemical dependency said to do. in october i was arrested for UPM just a violation. Now im going back infront of the judge for a hearing and a re sentencing! what usually happens is this type of situation? i understand becasue its a misd. i could go away for a year but do they really hit you that hard for just dwis? or would it be more likeley to have to spend a few days in jail with probation?
If you didn't already contact the attorney who represented you on the DWI charge to make him/her aware of the upcoming...
I was arrested for DWI felony, but still going through courts and haven't been convicted of anything yet. Next court day is June 20th 2013. I had planned on going on vacation to a mexico resort, am I able to go?
Assuming the court didn't impose travel restrictions (and they usually don't) you can go. The issue is whether you can...