99 NEWS FOR 12/6/12
POTSDAM VILLAGE TAXPAYERS WOULD SEE DOUBLE-HIT ON POLICE COSTS, IF ONE NORWOOD DISSOLUTION SCENARIO COMES TRUE—Consultant Jill Symonds told an audience Tuesday gathered for the final report of the Norwood Village Dissolution Study Final Report that, if a town-wide police force were created in the event the Village dissolves and becomes part of the Town of Potsdam, Potsdam Village taxpayers would shell out for both the Village Police and the Town of Potsdam Police. A special police district, another possible scenario, would take an act of the State Legislature...and that has not happened since the 1930's.
ALSO ONLINE TODAY....
SUNY POTSDAM STUDENT ACCUSED OF CHILD PORN POSSESSION AND PROMOTION, 24-YEAR-OLD COLIN BAXTER OF WASHINGTONVILLE, NY FREE ON 2500 CASH BAIL
59-YEAR-OLD TERRY DUPUIS OF BRASHER ACCUSED OF SEXUALLY-COMPROMISING A 13-YEAR-OLD GIRL, CHARGED WITH MISDEMEANORS AND RELEASED TO PROBATION
SERIAL KILLER ISRAEL KEYES, WHO DUMPED GUNS IN BLAKE FALLS RESERVIOR IN ST.LAWRENCE COUNTY, ALLEGEDLY ROBBED THE TUPPER LAKE COMMUNITY BANK BRANCH IN 2009 ACCORDING TO THE PLATTSBURGH PRESS-REPUBLICAN
23-YEAR-OLD NATHAN CORBINE CHARGED WITH FELONY FOR ALLEGEDLY ASSAULTING ST.LAWRENCE COUNTY JAIL CORRECTIONS OFFICERS, IN LOCKUP ON 5000 DOLLARS CASH BAIL OR 10-THOUSAND BOND
Teresa “Terri” MacIntyre—44—Norfolk. Services 10am Saturday at St. Raymond's Church in Raymondville with calling hours at Buck Funeral Home in Norfolk Friday 2-4, 7-9pm
Catherine Tarbell—80—Akwesasne. Services to be private, no calling hours. Arrangements are with Donaldson Funeral Home in Massena.