99 NEWS FOR 12/29/11
MASSENA MAN TURNS HIMSELF IN ON FELONY CHECK-RELATED COUNTS—Village Police say 29-year-old Thomas Burnor allegedly took off when he learned Police were coming for him at his Spruce Street residence Wednesday night. Burnor then arrived at the station later and was charged with two felony counts of second degree forgery, alleging he forged the signatures on two stolen checks. Further details were not available; Burnor was held in the police lockup until his arraignment later this morning.
POTSDAM MAN JAILED AFTER ALLEGED DOMESTIC VIOLENCE—Potsdam Police say 29-year-old Joseph Gibson was arraigned last night on counts of contempt, harassment, and trespassing after he allegedly broke a protection order by entering a Willow Street apartment and struck a female. Gibson was committed in lieu of a thousand dollars cash bail or 2-thousand-dollars bail bond.
SUNY RETIREES FILE SUIT AGAINST THE STATE PROTESTING HEALTH INSURANCE PRICE HIKE, CLAIMS INCREASE IS “ARBITRARY, CAPRICIOUS”.
CENTRAL NEW YORK MAN ACCUSED OF STEALING LOCAL EX-GIRLFRIEND'S CREDIT CARD AND MAKING NUMEROUS PURCHASES, ROBERT MYERS III OF BALDWINSVILLE CHARGED WITH 9 FELONY COUNTS OF GRAND LARCENY, PLUS AGGRAVATED UNLICENSED OPERATION FOR ALLEGEDLY DRIVING VEHICLE WHILE SUSPENDED IN POTSDAM. MYERS ARRAIGNED AND RELEASED TO PROBATION UNTIL FUTURE COURT DATES.
Alexander Grant—75—Potsdam. Services tonight at 6 at Garner Funeral Home, Potsdam. Calling hours today 3-6pm
Mary LaPointe—94—Potsdam. Services 10am Saturday at St.Mary's Church, Potsdam. Calling hours at Garner Funeral Home, Potsdam Friday 2-4, 7-9pm
Mary Richards—72—Potsdam. Services 10am today at Seymour Funeral Home, Potsdam.