99 NEWS HEADLINES FOR SATURDAY, 10/9/10
SHOTS FIRED AT STOCKHOM HOUSE--State Police are investigating an incident at 461 Regan Road where a vehicle pulled in front of the residence and three pellet gun rounds were fired. A front window was broken. The resident couple and their two children were in the house at the time; npbody was hurt. A 200-dollar reward for information is offered.
CANTON MAN PERISHES IN FRIDAY NIGHT HOUSE FIRE--Canton firefighters and mutual aid were called about 8pm to the house at 41 West Main Street, in front of Mc.Carthy's Furniture Barn. Resident Jamie Robinson was identified by sources as having deceased; his girlfriend was in the house with him. She was treated at Canton-Potsdam Hospital. The blaze is still very much under investigation.
BRUSHTON MAN ACCUSED OF KIDNAPPING IN CUSTODY--27-year-old Robert Mc.Cann was arrested on Rooseveltown Road, Akwesasne late Friday. Mc.Cann allegedly abducted his ex-girlfriend at gunpoint Tuesday after they agreed to meet 'one last time' at his urging in Westville. The woman was taken to Brushton, then Plattsburgh overnight, then back to Westville. The victim was treated at Alice Hyde Medical Center in Malone. Mc.Cann reportedly has an interest in mixed martial arts, and a history of abusing women.
STATE GOP CHAIR IN OGDENSBURG FRIDAY--Ed Cox appeared as part of the state Republican Party "Take Back New York" bus tour. He says 'absolute power corrupts absolutely,' referring to the Democratic party's control of both Legislature houses and the Governorship.
POTSDAM FRATERNITY WANTS TO BUY 'COLUMBIA STREET'--Village Administrator Mike Weil told Trustees Monday the legal counsel for a Maple Street house says it wants to buy the 'paper street'--that was never built--from the Village if the Village has ownership rights. The street was planned many decades ago to run from Maple Street to Pine Street over the railroad tracks.
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