99 NEWS HEADLINES FOR WEDNESDAY, 10/7/09
MASSENA DOUBLE ASSAULT BRINGS ARREST--Village Police say 27-year-old Peter Griffin of Massachusetts, staying in Massena was arrested late Tuesday morning after he allegedly assaulted a former girlfriend and another male at a residence on Center Street a few hours earlier. Both victims required hospital treatment, police say. Griffin was charged with two counts of Third Degree Assault, a misdemeanor; arraigned and jailed on 10-thousand dollars bail.
OVER 5-GRAND STOLEN FROM COUNTY; FORMER EMPLOYEE CHARGED WITH THEFT--Canton Village Police have arrested 35-year-old Tammy Monroe of Norfolk on a felony count of Grand Larceny, alleging she skimmed over 5-thousand dollars from the Community Development Program when she was employed as a payroll clerk. Monroe was arraigned and released to probation supervision until future court dates.
EMC MEMBERS SOUGHT--The St.Lawrence County Environmental Management Council is seeking people to fill a few vacancies. EMC makes non-binding recommendations to Legislators and provides guidance on environmental issues. Anyone interested call 379-2292.
Clinton Matott--77--Retired Potsdam Police Chief. Services 10:30am Friday at Seymour Funeral Home Potsdam. Calling hours Thursday 2-4, 7-9pm.
Francis Trerise--80--Glens Falls, former local resident. Services 10am Saturday at Seymour Funeral Home, Potsdam. Calling hours Friday 3-5, 7-9pm
Harriet Siechen--94--Potsdam. Services 2pm Saturday at Seymour Funeral Home, Potsdam. No Calling Hours.
Edison Fisher--83--Morley. Services 11am today at Scotch Presbyterian Church, Chipman. Arrangements with O'Leary Funeral Home, Canton
Paul Johnson--67--Massena. Services 10am Thursday at Sacred Heart Church, Massena. Calling hours at Hammill Funeral Home, Winthrop today 2-4, 7-9pm