99 NEWS FOR SATURDAY, 8/18/12
MASSENA MAN THROWS WEIGHTLIFTING BAR AT CHILD, ARRESTED—Village Police say 46-year-old Patrick Foster allegedly flung a 42-pound bar during an incident on Bishop Avenue late Friday night. Foster was charged with misdemeanor attempted assault and child endangerment, then placed in the police hold until arraignment later today. The bar did not strike the child, according to police.
CONDITION OF MOTORCYCLIST STRUCK BY TRACTOR-TRAILER NOW “CRITICAL”--that was the report from Fletcher-Allen Health Care in Burlington, VT on 50-year-old Ronald Swinyer of Newton Falls, who received life-threatening injuries on Route 72 in Potsdam Thursday afternoon. Swinyer was airlifted to Burlington from Canton-Potsdam Hospital following the accident. Charges have not been filed pending the outcome of the investigation by the St. Lawrence County Sheriff's Department.
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NORWOOD MAN WITH FOUR LICENSE SUSPENSIONS ARRESTED AFTER FRIDAY ACCIDENT, FREED ON BAIL—29-year-old Bradley Waite of Old Market Road was charged with Aggravated Unlicensed Operation and Failure to Yield following a crash on Route 345 where his vehicle collided with an oncoming auto as Waite was turning into a driveway at the crest of a hill. The diver of the other vehicle, 64-year-old Ann Gerhard of Waddington received bruises and was taken to Canton-Potsdam Hospital by Potsdam Rescue.
WWNY: JAMES MILLS, DRIVER IN MULTI-FATAL COLLISION IN ANTWERP LAST MONTH WAS NOT PAYING ATTENTION; CHARGES NOT FILED THUS FAR
US SENATOR KIRSTEN GILLIBRAND UNVEILS AMERICA INNOVATES ACT AT CLARKSON UNIVERSITY FRIDAY, MEANT TO BOOST UNIVERSITY BASED HIGH-TECH START-UP BUSINESSES
POTSDAM SCHOOL BOARD PRESIDENT CHRIS COWEN RENEWS DISCUSSION OF SCHOOL-BASED HEALTH CLINIC IDEA