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AGGRAVATED DWI - POTSDAM - A Waddington motorcyclist was charged with aggravated driving while intoxicated early Sunday morning in the Prosh parking lot after police stopped his vehicle for reportedly making excessive noise.
Village police charged Jeremy J. Allen, 30, with aggravated DWI and ticketed him for excessive noise. He reportedly had a blood alcohol content of 0.22 percent following the 2:46 a.m. Sunday stop.
Aggravated DWI charged are lodged against motorists with blood alcohol contents of 0.18 percent of higher. Driving while intoxicated charges are filed against motorists with blood alcohol contents between 0.08 percent and 0.17 percent.
DANGEROUS DOG - MASSENA - Village police charged Tyler Secore, 19, of 51 Sycamore St., Massena, Sunday with having a dangerous dog. He was also ticketed for having a dog with no rabies vaccination and for having an unlicensed dog. Police said Secire's girlfriend's mother, Susie Best, suffered a severe lip injury when she was bitten by the chocolate labrador retreiver on Saturday. The dog is quarantined at a kennel in Massena.
FOLLOWING TOO CLOSELY - MASSENA - Village police ticketed Miranda E. Brothers, 18, of Massena for following too closely following a property damage accident at 5:15 p.m. Sunday on the Walmart exit road at East Hatfield Street.
SPEEDING - MASSENA - Village police ticketed Frederick Provost. 65. of Route 3, Harrisville, for speed in zone following a traffic stop at 5:56 p.m. Sunday on East Hatfield Street.
SPEEDING - MASSENA - Village police ticketed Dean M. Swift, 52, of North Raquette River Road, Massena, for speed in zone following a traffic stop at 5:40 p.m. Sunday on East Hatfield Street.
SPEED UNREASONABLE - MASSENA - Village police ticketed Justin D. McCoy, 20, of Dailey Ridge Road, Madrid, for speed unreasonable and prudent and driving without a license following a traffic stop at 9:47 p.m. Friday in the Walmart parking lot.
LANE VIOLATION - MASSENA - Village police ticketed Gerald E. Proulx, 73, of Cornwall, Ont., for failure to stay in designated lane at 12:44 p.m. Friday following a property damage accident on state Route 37.
SPEEDING - MASSENA - Village police ticketed Marcus L. Racine, 18, of Massena for speed in zone following a traffic stop at 1:49 a.m. Friday on North Main Street.
AGGRAVATED UNLICENSED OPERATION - POTSDAM - Village police charged James P. Giugliano, 22, of Watermill with third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle following a traffic stop at 2:16 a.m. Monday in the Raymond Street parking lot. Police said the vehicle had been stopped for having no plate lamps. A warning was issued for the inadequate plate lamps, police said.
FALSE INSTRUMENT - CANTON - An Ogdensburg man was charged Monday with third-degree welfare fraud and first-degree offering a false instrument for filing by St. Lawrence County sheriff's deputies.
Glen A. Colby, 42, 755 Yankee St., is accused of failing to report income frm May 26, 2006 to Sept. 30, 2009. By providing false information, Mr Colby recieved $27,063 in food stamps from the Department of Social Services, deputies said.
Mr. Colby was arraigned in Potsdam Town Court and released to reappear in Canton Village Court.
ENDANGERING THE WELFARE - LOUISVILLE - State police charged two men who allegedly accosted two young girls Friday night with endangering the welfare of a child.
An 8-year-old and a 9-year-old girl were riding their bikes at 8:40 p.m. Friday in the vicinity of the Castle Creek Mobile Home Park, 9851 Route 56, when they allegedly were accosted by William L. Bartlett, 38, and Michael J. Bartlett, 32, who live in the ninth building in the trailer park. Police did not say how the two men were related to each other.
Michael Bartlett allegedly asked one of the girls if she wanted to touch his genitalia, troopers said.
Both men were reported to have had their hands down their pants and were touching themselves during the incident, they said.
As the girls attempted to flee, Michael Bartlett allegedly grabbed the 9-year-old by her arm and hair before both girls were able to get away. He also was charged with second-degree harassment.
State police requested the two be arraigned immediately and the girls be issued an order of protection. But troopers said Louisville Town Justice Virginia Gettman rejected the request so the two men were released on appearance tickets.
DWI - COLTON - A Colton man was charged Sunday with reckless driving and driving while intoxicated by St. Lawrence County sheriff's deputies.
Terry V. Paige, 48, 7 Number Nine Road, is accused of striking two unoccupied parked cars in the Kunoco parking lot driving one vehicle into the wall of the mini mart, deputies said.
Mr. Paige then drove into a pickup truck and pinned the owner between the truck and the gas pumps, they said. The owner of the truck was transported to Canton-Potsdam Hospital for injuries.
Mr. Paige's blood alcohol content was not available. He is scheduled to appear in town court next month.
CRIMINAL CONTEMPT - CANTON - St. Lawrence County sheriff's deputies arrested a Canton man Sunday and charged him with second-degree criminal contempt following an alleged domestic dispute at his residence.
Corey P. LaPrade, 32, of 45 Janes Road, violated an order of protection, deputies said.
Mr. LaPrade allegedly had taken the keys to his wife's vehicle and "hidden or thrown the keys away" to keep her from leaving the residence with their child.
He was arraigned in Canton Village Court and released on his own recognizance.
At the time, he was out on bail on an unrelated charge, sheriff's deputies said.
Mr. LaPrade had faced charges earlier this year stemming from a domestic dispute when he and his wife lived on Andrews Street in the town of Louisville.
Hours later, he was charged and jailed on drug charges after troopers returned to his home with a warrant after finding marijuana during their investigation of the domestic dsipute.
SEXUAL ABUSE - POTSDAM - A Potsdam man faces several charges after he allegedly gave alcohol to a minor and made sexual advances toward her.
Village police charged Zachary S. Corbine, 25, with first-degree unlawfully dealing with a child, endangering the welfare of a child and third-degree sexual abuse on Saturday. He allegedly served alcohol to a minor under 16 at a Debra Drive housing complex on Friday night and attempted to grab her breasts.
He was arraigned before Acting Potsdam Village Justice Margaret I. Garner and released on his own recognizance.

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