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Ogdensburg man sentenced to county jail for assault


An Ogdensburg man was sentenced Tuesday for assaulting another man last year.

Zachary S. England, 25, of 212 Tate St., was sentenced in Ogdensburg City Court to 180 days in St. Lawrence County jail, Canton.

He pleaded guilty to a January 2011 third-degree assault of Tony J. Montroy, 27, of 710 Ogden St., Ogdensburg. Mr. England was also fined and surcharged a total of $200 and was ordered to pay a $560 DNA fee.

He was represented by the St. Lawrence County Conflict Public Defender’s Office.

In other cases before Judge A. Michael Gebo:

Rebecca A. Doty, 27, of 318 Franklin St., Ogdensburg, pleaded guilty to driving while intoxicated to satisfy a June 2011 charge of aggravated driving while intoxicated. Court documents stated that she had a blood alcohol content of .19 percent.

She was fined and surcharged a total of $895, was given a one year conditional discharge and had her drivers license revoked for six months. She was also told to enroll in a Drinking Driver Program and install an interlock alcohol detection device in her vehicle.

Tara L. Lawton, 20, of 605 Ford Ave., was arraigned for a March 25 charges of second-degree burglary, third-degree assault and endangering the welfare of a child, as well as an April 9 charge of second-degree harassment.

Miss Lawton was accused of hitting and kicking Bianca J. Bjork, 23, of Ogdensburg, inside the home of John A. Larue and Angela L. Small, 501 New York Ave., Ogdensburg, in the presence of the couple’s 4-month-old daughter.

The harassment charge stemmed from Miss Lawton allegedly yelling at Miss Bjork and throwing a bottle at her.

Judge Gebo adjourned the case to May 8 with a preliminary hearing right reserved. She is represented by the county Public Defender’s Office.

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