99 NEWS HEADLINES FOR WEDNESDAY, 9/2/09
PARISHVILLE-HOPKINTON SCHOOL AUDIT CLEAN, CRITICISMS FEW--The State Comptroller's Office reported yesterday no misappropriations were found in a recent audit; the only comments were related to security measures and access to information and electronic signatures.
ALLEGED ARSONIST PLEDS NOT GUILTY--The Malone Telegram says 43--year-old Terry Bombard of Massena reportedly pled not guilty Monday to a felony arson charge connected with an incident this spring, where several buildings were burned in North Bangor, the result of a fire allegedly set by Bombard.
JEFFERSON COUNTY WOMAN ARRESTED IN POTSDAM ON ALCOHOL, DRUG-RELATED COUNTS--Village Police say a patrol spotted 19-year-old Gabrielle Sobek of Carthage allegedly getting out her vehicle in a Main Street parking lot about 2 this morning, and she allegedly relieved herself in public view. She was issued tickets for DWAI-Alcohol and Drugs, and other counts to include Consumption of Alcohol in a Motor Vehicle.
CALL TO HOSPITAL BRINGS ARREST--Potsdam Police were called to Canton-Potsdam Hospital about 9 last night. They found 45-year-old John Cassidy of Plattsburgh to allegedly be using foul language with staff and other patients. Cassidy was released to appear in court at a later date.
Jack Phillips--87--Potsdam, retired professional baseball player and Clarkson University instructor-coach. Services 11am Saturday at St.Mary's Church, Potsdam. Calling hours at Garner Funeral Home of Potsdam, Friday 2-4, 6-8pm.
Grace Mc.Cargar--75--Potsdam. Services 1pm Friday at Buck Funeral Home, Norwood. No calling hours.
Frank L. Lenney--52--Colton. Services 11am Friday at St.Patrick's Church, Colton. Calling hours at Buck Funeral Home, Colton Thursday 2-4, 7-9pm.