The Heart Of The North Country
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99 News for 2/15/13
99 NEWS FOR FRIDAY, 2/15/13
FOURTH FELONY ARREST MADE IN EDWARDS BAR BURGLARY CASE—State Police arrested 17-year-old Dylan Sharpstene of Russell Wednesday as the result of an ongoing investigation of a late January entry of the American House, and the theft of alcoholic beverages. Also arrested on felonies in connection with the same case were 17-year-old Martin Reese of Edwards, 20-year-old Wallace Mc.Laughlin of Edwards, and 17-year-old Cody Gladle of Edwards. The other three were arrested last week; Gladle was the only one jailed and the rest were let go on court tickets.
THIRD ARREST MADE IN CONNECTION WITH NEWTON FALLS ASSAULT CASE—State Police picked up 20-year-old Robert Schroeder of Newton Falls Wednesday on a count of Making a Punishable False Written Statement, a misdemeanor alleging he lied in a statement given in relation to a January 10th incident where a female was allegedly beaten by 20-year-old Brian LaPlante, so severely she had to get medical care. 22-year-old Justin Tanner of Philadelphia, NY allegedly vomited on the woman and was charged with misdemeanor Reckless Endangerment. All three men were released on Town of Clifton court appearance tickets.
ALSO ONLINE TODAY....
SUNY CHANCELLOR NANCY ZIMPHER ANNOUNCED THURSDAY THERE WILL BE SEPARATE PRESIDENTIAL SEARCHES FOR POTSDAM AND CANTON CAMPUSES STARTING THIS FALL, CANTON INTERIM PRESIDENT CARLI SCHIFFNER WILL LEAVE TO TAKE A JOB IN WASHINGTON STATE.
NO QUORUM, NO PUBLIC COMMENT, NO VOTE THURSDAY ON A 4.5-FOOT HEIGHT VARIANCE FOR THE OUTER MARKET STREET, POTSDAM HOTEL PROJECT. VILLAGE ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS WILL MEET TO VOTE IN THE NEAR FUTURE.
BRITTANY BROTHERS, MOST SEVERELY HURT TEEN IN A COUNTY ROUTE 53, BRASHER ACCIDENT WAS STILL IN CRITICAL CONDITION AT FLETCHER-ALLEN TODAY
CANTON 17-YEAR-OLD TYLER PROVOST TICKETED FOR MENACING, ENDANGERING THE WELFARE FOR ALLEGEDLY THREATENING FAMILY WITH A CORDLESS DRILL
POTSDAM SCHOOL BOARD CONSIDERING POSSIBLY MOVING GRADE LEVELS TO DIFFERENT BUILDINGS AS A COST-EFFECTIVENESS MOVE
GRIFFO BILL PASSED BY STATE SENATE BANKS COMMITTEE WOULD MAKE BANK ROBBERY A SEPARATE, CLASS C FELONY
POTSDAM TOWN COUNCIL APPROVES ADDING STORAGE SHED FOR SNOW-BLOWER, GAS ETC. AT 18 ELM STREET