MENACING - MASSENA - Village police charged Steven A. Coburn, 24, no known address, with second-degree menacing, disorderly conduct and unlawful possession of marijuana following an incident at 3:35 p.m. Monday on Maple Street. Police said they responded to complaints that a male was pointing a gun at motorists on Maple Street. He was arraigned by Massena Village Justice Eric J. Gustafson and was sent to the St. Lawrence County Correctional Facility with bail set at $750. He returned to village court and was released under the supervision of the probation department.
Police said Colburn, wearing a white hoodie and a baseball cap on backwards, was standing in the front yard the yard at 50 Maple St. displaying and pointing a pellet rifle that looked like an H & K MP5 at several motorists. He had a plastic bag containing a small amount of marijuana in his pocket, police said.
One motorist said she saw a large black gun in a males hands when she drove past 50 Maple St. ... he had a smirk on his face, looking at his friend. The gun looked real to me, and I was scared, she noted in her statement to police.
HYPODERMIC NEEDLE - MASSENA - Village police charged Katelynn A. Warnock, 21, of 595 Smith Road, Brasher Falls, with two counts of endangering the welfare of a child and two counts of possession of a hypodermic needle. Police said Warnock was arrested after she was found attempting to use drugs in the presence of two children.
PETIT LARCENY - MASSENA - Village police charged Kenneth A. Loughlin, 20, of 64 Perkins Road, Massena, with petit larceny Monday night after he allegedly stole a cell phone from another customer shopping at Walmart. He was released on an appearance ticket.
NOISE ORDINANCE - MASSENA - Village police charged Collin D. McKenna, 38, of 151 Water St., Massena, with violating the villages noise ordinance at 7:40 p.m. Monday.
UNINSPECTED MOTOR VEHICLE - MASSENA - Village police ticketed Sandra Deshane, 44, of County Route 54, Winthrop, with operation of an uninspected motor vehicle following a traffic stop at 11 a.m. Monday on South Main Street.