99 NEWS FOR MONDAY, 1/30/12
MASSENA MAN ALLEGEDLY DAMAGED CORVETTE, BAILED OUT OF JAIL—Massena Police went to a call about 11:25 Saturday night on Willow Street, after 51-year-old Martin Maxwell of Willard Road allegedly drove his vehicle into another; the second vehicle was forced into a garage door. A Corvette stored in the garage was reportedly pushed through the back of the building. Maxwell was charged with three, felony counts of second degree criminal mischief, and lesser single counts of resisting arrest and leaving the scene of a property damage accident. Village Justice Eric Gustafson sent Maxwell to the St.Lawrence County lockup on 5-thousand-dollars cash bail. The bail was posted Sunday and Maxwell was let go until a future court date.
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POTSDAM SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT PAT BRADY AND OTHERS IN THE REGION SUGGEST 250 MILLION DOLLARS IN “INCENTIVE AID” PROPOSED BY GOVERNOR CUOMO BE GIVEN INSTEAD TO POORER DISTRICTS THAT NEED HELP THIS YEAR
COUNTY FIRE INVESTIGATORS PROBING INTO CAUSE OF BLAZE THAT DESTROYED THE RESIDENCE OF DONALD DUNAKIN AND FAMILY ON COUNTY ROUTE 6 SUNDAY. NO HUMAN INJURIES; SEVERAL DOGS HURT
STEVEN GRANT OF NORFOLK, 25 PICKED UP BY POTSDAM POLICE AFTER AN EARLY SUNDAY MORNING FOOT PURSUIT FOLLOWING A HARASSMENT COMPLAINT. GRANT ARRAIGNED AND JAILED ON 6-THOUSAND-DOLLARS CASH BAIL OR 12-THOUSAND-DOLLARS BAIL BOND
STATE POLICE ARREST 50-YEAR-OLD RICKY MASON OF LOVEJOY ROAD, OGDENSBURG FRIDAY ON A SEXUAL ABUSE CHARGE ALLEGING CONTACT WITH A 16-YEAR-OLD GIRL. MASON RELEASED TO PROBATION UNTIL FUTURE COURT DATE
US NEWS AND WORLD REPORT RANKS SLU HIGH ON LIST OF POPULAR, BEST LIBERAL ARTS COLLEGES
SALLY SMITH THOMAS “COLTON CITIZEN OF THE YEAR”, BEST KNOWN FOR WORK IN GETTING SUNDAY ROCK ON STATE AND NATIONAL HISTORIC REGISTERS
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