99 NEWS FOR MONDAY, 8/6/12
MASSENA MAN ACCUSED OF HOME INVASION, THEFT, FORCIBLE TOUCHING ARRESTED AT HOTEL—59-year-old Kevan Therrien allegedly entered a woman's residence while she was asleep early this morning and touched her in intimate places. She screamed, Therrien fled the residence but allegedly took a wallet and keys before leaving. Therrien was thought to have been living at a residence on Grove Street, but was kicked out; Police learned he was living at the Quality Inn. Police went to the hotel room; Therrien allegedly refused to let them in. Police got a warrant; they entered and took Therrien into custody. He was arraigned before Justice Gerald Sharlow on felony counts of Burglary and Grand Larceny, plus a misdemeanor Forcible Touching charge. Therrien was jailed on 50-thousand-dollars bail.
MOIRA MAN PERISHES IN BANGOR CRASH—State Police say 21-year-old Cody O'Connor lost control of his vehicle on a curve on Franklin County Route 8 about 4am Saturday. A following vehicle driven by 21-year-old Justin Supernault of Brushton collided with O'Connor's vehicle; both vehicles were totaled. O'Connor was pronounced dead at the scene; Supernault received facial fractures and was transported from Alice Hyde Medical Center to Fletcher-Allen Health Care in Burlington, VT. Charges are pending.
CAMP DESTROYED BY FIRE IN MACOMB SUNDAY NIGHT; 211-B BLACK LAKE ROAD. THE PROPERTY IS OWNED BY A WATERTOWN RESIDENT.
LIGHTINING STRIKE CLAIMS BARN IN FOWLER, BUT FIREFIGHTERS SAVE ADJACENT BARN AT THE PROPERTY OF WILLIAM SIRBELS AT 285 COUNTY ROUTE 22.
FORT COVINGTON MAN JAILED AFTER HE ALLEGEDLY DRAGGED A MALONE POLICE OFFICER WITH HIS VEHICLE SUNDAY, 34-YEAR-OLD JEFFREY DURBIN CHARGED WITH FELONY RECKLESS ENDANGERMENT AND OTHER COUNTS, ARRAIGNED AND JAILED ON 15-THOUSAND-DOLLARS CASH BAIL OR 30-THOUSAND-DOLLARS BOND
CONGRESSIONAL CANDIDATE MATT DOHENY SAYS THE NORTH COUNTRY HAS A DISTINCT ADVANTAGE OVER URBAN AREAS, IN THAT “...EVEN THE WORST GRADUATE OF ANY OF THE LOCAL SCHOOLS IS VERY EMPLOYABLE”
99 NEWS WAS IN WANAKENA SATURDAY FOR THE STATE RANGER SCHOOL'S 100TH ANNIVERSARY CEREMONY; HEAR FULL COVERAGE ON OUR AUDIO NEWSCAST
Angel Sochia—age 6—Brasher Falls. Services 2pm Tuesday at Hammill Funeral Home, Winthrop. Calling hours Tuesday Noon-2pm
Maxine Hart—82—St. Regis Falls. Services 11am Wednesday at the Hammill Funeral Home in St. Regis Falls. Calling hours Tuesday 6-8pm and Wednesday 10-11am.