99 NEWS FOR MONDAY, 4/18/11
SHOOTING OF GEESE LEADS TO LONG LIST OF CHARGES FOR MASSENA MEN--Village Police with the assistance of ENCON Police say reports of gunshots were received from the Water Street neighborhood about 1pm Sunday. Investigation revealed 27-year-old Michael Boychuk, a resident of Ames Street allegedly fired rounds from a 22-caliber rifle out of a window at a residence on Water Street, killing one Canadian goose and injuring another. Boychuk was charged with Hunting Small Game Out of Season and Without a License, Discharging a Fiearm within 500 Feet of a Dwelling, Discharging a Firearm in a Village, and Second Degree Reckless Endangerment. He was released on court appearance tickets.
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STATE POLICE INVESTIGATING HORSE MUTILATIONS AT A MASSENA STABLE OWNED BY TERI CHAPIN, ONE HORSE HAD ITS TONGUE CUT OUT THURSDAY, ANOTHER LAST JANUARY. REWARD OFFERED FOR INFORMATION, CALL 769-7194
POTSDAM VILLAGE RESIDENTS CONCERNED ABOUT REPRESENTATION MATTERS, IF THE VILLAGE DISSOLVES INTO THE TOWN
UNDERAGE SHERIFF'S OPERATIVE TRIES TO BUY ALCOHOL AT SIX STORES AROUND THE COUNTY SATURDAY NIGHT, ONLY ONE SOLD--31-YEAR-OLD STEVEN KELEHER AT VALERO MINI-MART ON ROUTE 11B IN POTSDAM. KELEHER RELEASED ON COURT APPEARANCE TICKET
FATHER-DAUGHTER DOMESTIC DISPUTE ON COUNTY ROUTE 35 IN POTSDAM FRIDAY BRINGS FELONY CHARGE FOR 19-YEAR-OLD ELIZABETH BRIGGS WHO ALLEGEDLY GAVE HER FATHER A BLACK EYE IN VIOLATION OF A PROTECTION ORDER..THE FATHER, 48-YEAR-OLD RICHARD BRIGGS CHARGED WITH MISDEMEANOR ATTEMPTED ASSAULT. BOTH RELEASED TO PROBATION SUPERVISION