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Ogdensburg criminal mischief case heads to grand jury

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An Ogdensburg man accused of damaging a car and a pickup truck will have his case heard by a St. Lawrence County grand jury.

In Ogdensburg City Court on Tuesday, Robert A. George III, 18, of 118 Albany Ave., waived his right to a preliminary hearing to answer an April 15 charge of third-degree criminal mischief. He allegedly damaged the two vehicles while they were parked in their owners’ driveway on Ford Street.

Mr. George is represented by the St. Lawrence County Conflict Defender’s Office.

In other cases Tuesday before Judge William R. Small:

Amanda J. Gilbo, 27, of 258 Belmont Courts, Ogdensburg, agreed to plead guilty to disorderly conduct to satisfy an October 2011 charge of petit larceny. She was granted a one-year conditional discharge, fined $75 and ordered to pay $28,25 in restitution.

Separately, Miss Gilbo agreed to plead guilty to disorderly conduct to satisfy a July 24 charge of criminal possession of a hypodermic instrument. She was granted a one-year conditional discharge, told to perform 24 hours of community service and ordered to pay $120 in surcharges.

Juel Lea, 39, a resident of Bridgeview, St. Lawrence Psychiatric Center, Ogdensburg, agreed to plead guilty to second-degree harassment to satisfy a June 2 charge of third-degree assault.

He allegedly hit another Bridgeview resident.

Mr. Lea was fined and surcharged a total of $220 and told to abide by a one-year no contact order of protection.

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

Elizabeth Ann Vanguilder, 25, of 47 Sycamore St., Massena, pleaded guilty as charged March 30 to second-degree harassment.

She allegedly grabbed a woman in a parking lot at the St. Lawrence Psychiatric Center. She was granted a one-year conditional discharge, fined and surcharged a total of $220 and told to abide by a one-year no harassment order of protection.

She was represented by attorney Krista A. Freego.

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