99 NEWS FOR 9/3/12
NO BAIL FOR STAR LAKE ROBBERY SUSPECT—State Police based in Gouverneur and Star Lake arrested 28-year-old Matthew Adams of Star Lake about 3am Sunday after an incident in the Town of Fine. Further details were not released. Adams was charged with felony counts of robbery causing injury and burglary of a dwelling, and a misdemeanor child endangerment count. He was arraigned and committed to the St. Lawrence County lockup in Canton until a future court date
“LEANDRA'S LAW” ARREST NEAR RICHVILLE—State Police pulled over a vehicle allegedly traveling 76-in-a-55 on US Highway 11 early Saturday. The driver, 36-year-old Marguerite Wilson of Pittsford, near Rochester allegedly had a BAC of .17 percent, with a child under 16 in the vehicle. She was arraigned on the felony and other counts, then released to appear in town court at a later date
GOOD RELATIONSHIP WITH THE MILITARY OPENS UP DOORS FOR FISHCAP—Don Meissner, spokesman for the county's fishing promotion arm, said at a meeting of the county Chamber in Canton earlier this summer the positive word-of-mouth the program has earned through the treatment of Fort Drum soldiers has opened up great possibilities, such as a promotional relationship with the sporting goods giant Cabela's.
MASSENA LABOR DAY PARADE STARTS AT 11AM AS USUAL TODAY, WITH FESTIVITIES TO FOLLOW IN SPRINGS PARK