99 NEWS FOR 2/18/13
HARRISVILLE WOMAN WITH VIOLENCE HISTORY JAILED—49-year-old Donna Deline, arrested in December for charges connected with a knife incident in Pitcairn, was picked up by State Police Friday in Watertown on felony counts of strangulation and aggravated contempt, plus a count of misdemeanor assault. Deline was arraigned and committed to St. Lawrence County Corrections in Canton, in lieu of 5-thousand-dollars cash bail or 10-thousand-dollars bail bond.
FUGITIVE CAUGHT IN LOUISVILLE—Massena-based State Police say they received information that 28-year-old Joseph Bennett was living at a residence on County Route 41. Bennett was known to be wanted on a felony probation warrant in North Carolina. Bennett was arraigned saturday and committed without bail pending the outcome of extradition proceedings.
TRAFFIC IMPACT OF POTSDAM HAMPTON INN NOT SERIOUS, PLANNER SAYS—Fred Hanss told reporters last week after the Zoning Board of Appeals held a public hearing for a height variance application by Potsdam Hotel Associates, LLC that it's important to remember only about 60 percent of the hotel will be occupied at any one time, except for college commencement season, college parents weekends, or major sports weekends—so there will be no need for added traffic signals in the Outer Market Street neighborhood.