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Seven indicted by St. Lawrence County grand jury on drug, alcohol charges

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CANTON — A Lawrenceville man was indicted by a St. Lawrence County grand jury Thursday for possessing and selling marijuana last year in the town of Lawrence.

Michael P. Lavine, 57, 468 County Route 55, Lawrenceville, was charged with third-degree criminal possession of marijuana, fourth-degree criminal sale of marijuana and third-degree criminal sale of marijuana. Mr. Lavine allegedly possessed 10 ounces of marijuana in June 2011 in the town of Lawrence. He is also accused of selling a small 23.4 grams for $200 June 29, and 35 grams July 26 for $225, according to court documents.

Others indicted by the grand jury include:

Patrick Cyrus, 18, 85 Depot St., Gouverneur, was indicted for three counts of felony third-degree criminal sale of a controlled substance. He allegedly sold morphine three times in October in the village of Gouverneur.

Robert H. Reed Jr., 31, 1296 North Woods Road, Russell, was charged with two counts of felony third-degree criminal sale of a controlled substance. Mr. Reed allegedly sold oxycodone twice in October in the town of Dekalb, according to court documents.



Frank M. Teer Jr., 48, 1454 County Route 15, Huevelton, was charged with first-degree criminal possession of marijuana. He was stopped Feb. 5 in the town of Madrid with 27.5 pounds of marijuana, according to court documents.

Coreen M. Deer, 31, Syracuse, and Rachel C. Morgan, 22, Preble, were charged with first-degree criminal possession of marijuana. The two were stopped Jan. 18 in the town of Gouverneur with 23 pounds of marijuana, according to court documents.

Matthew J. Mastine, 29, 518 E. South St., Ogdensburg, was charged with driving while intoxicated. Mr. Mastine was stopped Dec. 29 in the town of Oswegatchie and tested a blood-alcohol content of 0.17 percent. Mr. Mastine has a previous dwi conviction in March 2007 in Oneida County, according to court documents.

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