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BAD CHECK - MASSENA - Leon L. Ellis, 72, 1051 Sand Street, Oswegatchie, was arrested by Massena-based state police at 12:20 p.m. Tuesday and charged with issuing a bad check.

Mr. Ellis allegedly passed the check on an account with insufficient funds at the U-haul in Massena.

He is scheduled to appear in Massena Town Court.



HARASSMENT - NORFOLK - Donna M. Deline, 48, 336 W. Main St., Watertown was arrested by Massena-based state police at 3:29 a.m. Wednesday and charged with criminal obstruction of breathing and harassment.

She is accused of grabbing an unidentified female victim by the neck and throwing her to the ground in Norfolk, as well as threatening to kill her.

She is scheduled to appear in Norfolk Town Court.



PROPERTY DAMAGE ACCIDENTS - MASSENA - Troopers investigated several property damage accidents Tuesday and early Wednesday morning. They included:

Massena-based state police said Lorri Lynn Belile, 52, of Massena was involved in a one-vehicle accident at 4:35 a.m. Wednesday on Peru Street, near Foster Road, in the town of Lawrence.

Massena-based state police said Brenda Mary Fleury, 62, of Comstable was involved in a one-vehicle accident at 7:08 p.m. Tuesday on Route 11 near the East Part Road in the town of Stockholm.

Massena-based state police said a 60-year-old Ogdensburg man was transported to Massena Memorial Hospital with neck, head and shoulder pain after he rearended a dump truck operated by Orval W. Kimble, 63, of Norfolk at 11:12 a.m. Tuesday on state Route 420 near Commerce Drive in the town of Massena. Troopers said Mark A. Mitchell, who was operating a pick up truck registered to Perras Excavating, suffered a medical emergency, lost consciousness and rearended Kimble’s dump truck’ Both vehicles were southbound on state Route 420, and Kimble was stopped in traffic waiting to make a left hand turn into his business. Massena Fire and Massena Rescue also responded to the accident scene.

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