99 NEWS FOR FRIDAY, MAY 1ST, 2009
APRIL WARMER, WETTER THAN USUAL--Weather Observer Rick O'Hanlon recorded an average temperature for April of 43.7 degrees, 1.5 degrees above normal, and total rainfall of 3.60 inches, six-tenths of an inch above normal.
NORFOLK MAN CHARGED WITH FELONY FOR POTSDAM ASSAULT--23-year-old Jonothon Wolfe allegedly kicked a man in the face during a recent altercation, resulting in serious injury. He was charged with Second Degree Assault, menacing and disorderly conduct; arraigned and released to probation until future court dates.
ADAMS MAN CHARGED WITH FELONY SEX CRIME IN ST. LAWRENCE COUNTY--Sheriff's Detectives say 22-year-old Andrew Ayen had illicit contact with a female under 11 over the past several years. He was charged with Predatory Sexual Assault, arraigned and released to probation until future court dates.
MASSENA MAN ARRESTED FOR ARSON STEMMING FROM BANGOR FIRE LAST WEEK--43-year-old Terry Bombard was arrested this week by State Police on a felony Arson count, alleging his role in starting a grass fire that resulted in the loss and-or damage of several structures in the Frankin County town. One family lost its home and pets. Bombard was arraigned before a Malone justice, posted bail and released from county jail.
Tony Weller--52--Potsdam. Services Monday 11am at Koinonia Church, Potsdam. Calling hours Saturday 7-9 and Sunday 2-4, 7-9pm at Seymour Funeral Home.
Rev. John Hall--Services Saturday at 3pm at Potsdam Presbyterian Church.