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UNLAWFUL POSSESSION - POTSDAM - Village police charged Kelly Lapointe, 43, of Potsdam; Corey A. Peck, 32, of Raquette Road, Potsdam; and Christopher P. Larose, 35, of Sissonville Road, Potsdam; with unlawful possession of marijuana at 10 p.m. Wednesday at Hazard Park. Police said they responded to a report of reckless driving in Hazard Parkand located one vehicle in the park with the trio standing next to it. Further investigation revealed that all three subjects were in possession of a small amount of marijuana. They were issued appearance tickets for village court.

The Police Blotter

Wednesday, June 20, 2012

0012 Traffic stop on Elm Street. Verbal warning issued.

0230 Received a report of a lost wallet.

0342 Dispatched Potsdam Rescue to a call.

0343 Received a report of a vehicle speeding up and down Market Street. Officer responded.

0346 Traffic stop on Sandstone Drive. erbal warning issued.

0352 Traffic stop on Market Street . Verbal warning issued.

0649 Patrol responded to a burglary alarm at a local business

0853 Wallet found on Market Street in front of door to his business brought to the police department. Owner notified, and wallet returned.

1004 Potsdam Rescue dispatched to a call in Norwood.

1020 Construction materials located on Market Street in front of Subway and recovered by patrol.

1028 Potsdam Rescue dispatched to a call in the Civic Center.

1108 DMV form provided to Colton resident for lost trailer plate.

1110 Permission given to village resident to park overnight on a village street for moving purposes.

1110 Property damage accident reported outside village. Appropriate agency informed.

244 Patrols dispatched to check the welfare of children, where it is reported that substance abuse is taking place in their presence.

1315 Caller reports he just observed a hit and run on Market Street. Patrol responded and checked the vehicle that had been hit and found no damage.

1327 Received a report of a dog in a car at McDonald’s. Patrol responded and found the owner was attending to the dog upon arrival. It was not excessively hot in the car, and the dog had been provided with water. Owners had been keeping an eye on the dog from the restaurant as well.

1353 Record check requested and done for U.S. Navy.

1402 Received a call from Reach Out reporting a call from a female who stated she was going to commit suicide and then hung up. Cell number was traced and all information was turned over to 911 Dispatch. A phone call was made to the caller, who returned the call to the police department a short time later.

1441 Report of a dog in a car in the parking lot at the Potsdam IGA. Patrol responded and found the air conditioning had been left on for the dog, and it was fine.

1547 Parking permit for persons with disabilities issued to village resident.

1549 Parking permit for persons with disabilities issued to town of Potsdam resident.

1658 Village resident reports he had his driveway sealed. Permission granted for alternate parking.

1705 Debit card found in an ATM and turned in to police station.

1707 Caller reports an uncovered trailer spewing stones on the street on Market Street. Patrol was able to locate and stop the vehicle. The operator pulled over to better secure the load.

1802 Potsdam Rescue dispatched to a call on Clarkson campus.

2110 Aggravated harassment complaint at Racquette Road.

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