99 NEWS HEADLINES FOR SATURDAY, 11/20/10
TWO OVERNIGHT ROBBERIES, TWO BURGLARIES UNDER INVESTIGATION IN MASSENA--Police Chief Tim Currier says the South Main Street Sunoco was held up about 1:40 this morning by a white male with a tanned complexion who entered the store demanding money, saying he had a gun. He left the store with cash. He is described as about 5'7"-5'8", about 175-190 pounds and 25-30 years of age. The Super 8 Motel on Route 37 was robbed of cash about 3:30 this morning by a white male in his mid-20's, about 5'7" with reddish blond or red-orange hair on his chin. A residential burglary was reported on Barnhart Road about 3:25am, and Tony's Pizza was burglarized about 4:55am. Anyone with information on any of these incidents is asked to call police at 769-3577.
ROUTE 3, CHILDWOLD ACCIDENT INVOLVING 8-9 VEHICLES CLEARED--Fire and Rescue crews, National Grid, State Police and many other emergency services personnel were called about 5:40 this morning for a multi-vehicle pile-up near the Thirsty Moose. Injuries were not reported to be serious; road conditions were less than ideal from a mix of rain and snow.
PRESCRIPTION DRUGS MAY HAVE MOTIVATED OGDENSBURG ROBBERY-HOMICIDE--City Police Chief Richard Polniak reported late yesterday it is not believed three men who entered the residence of 83-year-old Ralph Lawton on the 900 block of Ford Street Thursday afternoon intended to kill him. No suspect was in custody this morning.
ALSO ONLINE TODAY....CONVICTED GUN THIEF, ACCUSED BURGLAR 22-YEAR-OLD MICKEY KERRICK ARRESTED AND JAILED THURSDAY FOR ALLEGEDLY POSSESSING GUNS REPORTED STOLEN FROM WEST POTSDAM RESIDENCE...HOBBLE GOBBLE 13 IS TODAY, BLANCHARD AND HOADLEY ROADS IN WEST POTSDAM CLOSED AT BAKER ROAD ENTRANCES 10:30AM-12:30PM....ACCUSED KIDNAPPER ROBERT MC.CANN, ARMED STANDOFF SUSPECT MICHAEL NELSON PLEAD NOT GUILTY TO INDICTMENTS, BOTH JAILED IN FRANKLIN COUNTY WITHOUT BAIL ...EMPIRE STATE WINTER GAMES SAVED...AND MUCH MORE!
Elma Poole--74--Dekalb Junction. Services 11am Monday at Dekalb Junction United Methodist Church; calling hours Sunday at Allen-Denesha Funeral Home, Dekalb Junction 2-4, 7-9pm.