99 NEWS HEADLINES FOR WEDNESDAY, 12/24/08
SMOKE DETECTOR SAVES FOWLER FAMILY FROM BURNING MOBILE HOME--Firefighters from Gouverneur and surrounding departments were called to the residence of Teresa Ashley and Family on Little York Road about 1am Tuesday. Investigators say all three people in the residence escaped safely. A woodstove chimney is believed to have started the blaze. Firefighters braving sub-zero temperatures were unable to save the trailer and most of its contents.
COLTON MAN BUSTED FOR 35-THOUSAND DOLLAR BOUNCED CHECK--State Police in the Watertown area charged 59-year-old Gregory Gleason with a count of issuing a bad check yesterday, alleging he write the 35-k bouncer with insufficient funds to a Watertown man. Gleason in a construction business owner. He was released on a court appearance ticket.
AMISH COUPLE MUSH ALLOW SON TO HAVE HEART SURGERY, JUDGE SAYS--St. Lawrence County Family Court Judge Barbara Lake Potter ruled yesterday 20-month-old son of Gideon and Barbara Hershberger must be allowed to undergo life-saving heart surgery, deapite the parents' Amish religious beliefs. The parents have also been ordered to allow the child to receive checkus and to provide medical information to doctors.
PENNYSYLVANIA MAN RELEASED FROM O'BURG STATE PRISON, PICKED UP ON WARRANT--Sheriff's detectives say 23-year-old Thomas Nadolny of North East, PA was arrested at release from Riverview Correctional yesterday on a warrant from his home state charging him with Theft by Unlawful Taking, and Receiving Stolen Property. Nadolny was arraigned and jailed without bail pending extradition proceedings.
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Pauline Louie--74--Waddington. Services 4pm Friday at Phillips Memorial Home, Waddington. Calling hours Friday 2-4pm at the funeral home.