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UNLAWFUL IMPRISONMENT - POTSDAM - Village police charged Curtis G. Holloman Jr., 20, of Albany with second-degree harassment and second-degree unlawful imprisonment at 11:50 a.m. Sunday at 200 Main St.

He was arraigned by Potsdam Town Justice James Mason and released under the supervision of the probattion department with a temporary order of protection prohibiting contact with the victim.The charges stemmed from a domestic dispute. He allegedly struck a female and would not allow her to leave the residence.



The Police Blotter

Sunday, May 27, 2012



0001 Received a larceny complaint from Clarkson Security.

0013 Received a report of a weird noise in a basement on Garden Street. Officers responded.

0241 New York State Police requests an officer respond to a residence in the village to attempt to make contact with a subject. Officer responded.

0254 Received a report of a reckless driver heading into the village on Route 11. Officer responded.

0637 Dispatched Potsdam Rescue to a call.

1037 Equipment inspection for NYSP summons issued to town of Potsdam resident for inadequate stop lamps returnable to Canton Village Court.

1050 Potsdam Rescue paged to respond to a call in Norwood.

1115 Patrols dispatched to domestic incident at 200 Main St.

1500 Traffic light malfunctions at the intersection of Pine, Maple, Clarkson Avenue, and Sandstone Drive reported by numerous motorists.NYS DOT was notified and responded to make the necessary repairs.

1549 Potsdam Rescue dispatched to a call at the Price Chopper.

2236 Officer responded to a residence to remove a bat.

2251 Officer responded to a noise complaint.

2330 Officer assisted Child Protective Services interview a subject.

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