99 NEWS HEADLINES FOR MONDAY, 8/1/11
TWO NORFOLK MEN ARRESTED IN CONNECTION WITH MASSENA MOTEL CASH THEFT--Village Police charged 27-year-old Matthew Mc.Grath on a felony count of third degree burglary and several other counts alleging he participated in the taking of 300 dollars from a drawer at the Super 8 on Route 37--150 dollars in each of two sections of the drawer. Mc.Grath's alleged co-conspirator, 27-year-old Chad Wickwire was charged with two misdemeanors. Both men have the same North Main Street, Norfolk address. Both were arraigned Sunday and jailed on a thousand dollars cash bail or two-thousand dollars bail bond, each.
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STATE SENATOR JOE GRIFFO SAYS NORTH COUNTRY REGIONAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVE GOOD, BUT NOT GREAT, SAYS NORTH COUNTRY NEEDS 'SPECIAL ATTENTION' IN AREAS SUCH AS INFRASTRUCTURE
FOUR LOCAL RESIDENTS ARRESTED RECENTLY IN CONNECTION WITH SARATOGA-CAPITAL REGION POT-SMUGGLING RING...27-YEAR-OLD JOHN SNOW OF HOGANSBURG, 29-YEAR-OLD MATTHEW DILLON OF FORT COVINGTON, 34-YEAR-OLD MARGARET JACOBS OF FORT COVINGTON, AND 18-YEAR-OLD AUSTIN THOMPSON OF AKWESASNE ALLEGEDLY PARTICIPATED IN FUNNELLING BETWEEN 50 AND 75 POUNDS WEEKLY INTO THE AREA. THE PLATTSBURGH PRESS-REPUBLICAN SAYS DILLON WAS A 'MAJOR PLAYER' IN THE RING AND WAS THE MOST SERIOUSLY CHARGED. ALL AWAIT COURT DATES DOWNSTATE
RUSSELL TEEN, 17-YEAR-OLD JUSTIN SCHULTZ CHARGED WITH FELONY ALLEGING HE SOLD A CAR WITHOUT THE OWNER'S PERMISSION; SCHULTZ RELEASED ON COURT TICKET TO ANSWER TO GRAND LARCENY
Richard Brunet--75--Potsdam. Services at graveside 11am Saturday, August 6th at Southville Cemetery. Arrangements are with Garner Funeral Service, Potsdam.