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Fine, probation in DWI sentencing

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An Ogdensburg man was fined $1,500 and placed on three years probation Tuesday for aggravated driving while intoxicated and aggravated unlicensed operation.

Jeffrey D. Bresett, 37, of 2001 Ford St., was sentenced in Ogdensburg City Court for the charges which stemmed from an April 2011 arrest. His blood alcohol level was reportedly .21 percent.

For the aggravated DWI charge, Judge William R. Small fined Mr. Bresett $1,000, ordered him to pay $390 in surcharges, revoked his driver’s license and told him to install an Interlock alcohol detection device in his vehicle. For the second-degree aggravated unlicensed operation charge, Mr. Bresett was fined $500 and told to pay $80 in surcharges.

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

Also in city court on Tuesday:

—-Judy L. Francis, 53, of 1105 Congress St., Ogdensburg, waived her right to a preliminary hearing for a May 10 charge of driving while ability impaired by drugs. The case will be heard by a St. Lawrence County grand jury.

She is represented by the public defender’s office.

—-Elmer O. Chavez, 39, of Jersey City, N.J., waived his right to a preliminary hearing for an April 30 charge of ‘C’ felony first-degree criminal possession of a forged instrument.

The case will be heard by a county grand jury. He allegedly had in his possession two counterfeit $100 bills, one at McDonald’s, 1134 Paterson St., the other while at police headquarters.

The case will be heard by a St. Lawrence County grand jury.

He is represented by attorney Benjamin Johns.

—-Kimberly R. LaRue, 27, of 29 Rensselaer Ave., Apt. 2, Ogdensburg, pleaded guilty to second-degree harassment to satisfy a July 2011 charge of fourth-degree criminal mischief and an October 2009 charge of petit larceny. She was fined $100 and told to pay $120 in surcharges.

She was represented by the public defender’s office.

—-Ronald J. Stull, 48, of 828 Congress St., Ogdensburg, pleaded guilty to second-degree harassment to satisfy Feb. 24 charges of three counts of second-degree harassment, resisting arrest and disorderly conduct. He was fined $150, told to pay $120 in surcharges and must abide by has to abide by no harassment orders of protection for three complainants.

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