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UNNECESSARY NOISE - POTSDAM - Village police ticketed Bryan D. Malone, 21, of Walnut Street, Potsdam, with unnecessary noise-music after responding to a noise complaint at 3:14a.m Thursday on Walnut Street. Police said upon arrival on Walnut Street they determined the volume of the music was unreasonable.

ILLEGAL USE LICENSE - POTSDAM - Village police charged Steven J. Venticinque, 20, of Lindenhurst with illegal use of another person’s license at 6:07p.m. Thursday on Market Street.Patrol responded to a call from a local business of a questionable ID being used to purchase alcohol. A patrol responded and determined that the suspect was using a relative’s ID that made it appear hte was 21.

RESISTING ARREST - POTSDAM - Village police charged Dylan Castine, 21, of Champlain with resisting arrest, unlawful possession of marijuana and permitting another subject to use his license at 11:09p.m. Thursday at Clarkson University’s Reynolds Hall. He was arraigned by Potsdam Acting Village Justice Margaret Garner and sent to the St. Lawrence County Correctional Facility with bail set at $1,000 cash or $2,000bond.Police saidpatrols and Potsdam Rescue responded to Reynolds Hall at Clarkson University for a reported intoxicated male.Police said when they arrived on scene they made contact with Castine and the intoxicated subject. Further investigation revealed that the intoxicated subject was in possession of Castine’s driver’s license, which he let him use for the night. The victim was transported to Canton-Potsdam Hospital by Potsdam Rescue in stable condition. Patrols remained on scene and discovered that Castine was in possession of marijuana. When patrols went to take Castine into custody he resisted arrest., police said.

The Police Blotter

Thursday, Oct. 11, 2012

0730 Two car property damage accident on Market Street near Grove.

0910 Mental Health pickup order received for a female. Female transported to Claxton Hepburn Hospital.

0930 Caller requests assistance in locating the subject who placed trash in his dumpster without authorization.

0935 Funeral escort requested for 10:30 a.m. Escort started at 10:39; ended at 10:44 a.m.

1000 Persons with disabilities parking permit issued.

1145 Patrol dispatched to disorderly conduct complaint on Pierrepont Avenue. Contact made with suspects who will refrain from further activity.

1145 Caller requests assistance with her two daughters who have been harassed and are planning an altercation later today with the subject who has been harassing them.

1300 Potsdam Rescue dispatched to a call.

1307 Patrols dispatched to a 911 hang up reported by Central Dispatch that came from one of the schools off Lawrence Avenue. 911 operator states she is unable to get anything but a busy signal up on call back. Patrols determined there was no problem at either of those schools or the high school.

1410 Persons with disabilities parking permit issued to village resident.

1451 Patrols dispatched to Canton Potsdam Hospital to assist with a patient trying to leave against medical advice.

1505 Equipment inspection completed for NYSP summons returnable to Long Lake Town Court.

1612 Caller reports a motorcyclist is racing up and down the street in front of the movie theater and is not wearing a helmet. A patrol was dispatched to attempt to locate the subject.

1634 Patrol responded to a reported home break in on Racquette Road.

1740 Patrols responded to CPH to remove a subject from hospital grounds. Subject was located by patrols and removed from the grounds.

1758 Local business requested an officer for a possible fake id being used to purchase alcohol.Steven J. Venticinque issued a ticket for use of another’s license.

1822 Potsdam Rescue dispatched to a motor vehicle accident on Rt. 345. A patrol was requested to be observant for a silver compact car that left the scene and was heading towards the village.

1907 Report of a possible intoxicated driver heading towards downtown on Market Street. The vehicle was located and the driver was found not to be intoxicated.

2034 Report of female individual who attempted to purchase alcohol with a fraudulent I.D. at T&R Wines and Liquors and then fled the store. 2243 Burglar alarm at Autozone.

2245 Potsdam Rescue dispatched to a call at SUNY Potsdam.

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