99 NEWS FOR MONDAY, 6/25/12
2010 THEFT CASE RE-OPENED, OGDENSBURG MAN ARRESTED AND JAILED—State Police in Canton say 27-year-old Joseph Bateman was arrested Friday on a count of third degree grand larceny, a felony alleging he swiped about 6-thousand-dollars in cash from the Factory Fireplace on Route 68 in September, 2010. The case was closed that year for lack of information, but a statement from a former girlfriend resulted in a re-opening. Bateman was also charged with two felony counts of witness intimidation—instilling fear of injury. Bateman was arraigned before a Town of Oswegatchie justice and sent to St. Lawrence County Corrections on 2500 dollars cash bail or 5000 dollars bail bond.
AMISH BUGGY ACCIDENT INJURES CHILD SUNDAY ON IRISH SETTLEMENT ROAD WHEN THE BUGGY WAS STRUCK BY A VEHICLE DRIVEN BY 23-YEAR-OLD TRAVIS QUICKE OF RENSSELAER FALLS, WHO ALLEGEDLY FLED THE SCENE. QUICKE WAS RELEASED ON COURT TICKETS
DISPUTE IN RAYMONDVILLE PARK RESULTED IN TWO ARRESTS EARLY SUNDAY....31-YEAR-OLD JAQUELYN SMITH AND 26-YEAR-OLD SAMUEL FITCHETTE ARRESTED ON A TOTAL OF 10 COUNTS...FITCHETTE JAILED, SMITH RELEASED ON TICKETS
THE WAR OF 1812 WAS LARGELY UNPOPULAR IN NORTHERN NEW YORK, SUNY POTSDAM HISTORY PROFESSOR EMERITUS ART JOHNSON SAID SUNDAY IN A TALK AT THE POTSDAM PUBLIC MUSEUM--OGDENSBURG OFFICIALS PAID OFF THE FEDS TO KEEP TROOPS OUT SO TRADE WITH THE BRITISH COULD BE PRESERVED
Rita Charlebois—83—Brasher. Services 9:30am Wednesday at St.Patrick's Church with calling hours at the Hammill Funeral Home in Winthrop Tuesday 2-4, 6-8pm
Clara LaFave—69—Brasher. No calling hours; graveside services will be private. Arrangements are with Hammill Funeral Home, Winthrop
Rovert French—83—Chateaugay, former Norfolk resident. Services 11am Wednesday at Visitation Cemetery, Norfolk with calling hours at the Buck Funeral Home, Norfolk Tuesday 2-4, 7-9pm
Lillian Meshurel—92—Canton, formerly of Massena. Services 11am Wednesday at Massena United Methodist Church. No calling hours; arrangements are with Seymour Funeral Home, Potsdam.