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HARASSMENT - LOUISVILLE - Massena-based state police charged Michael L. Lamotte, 42, of North Main Street, Massena, with three counts of second-degree harassment, endangering the welfare of a child and second-degree criminal trespass.

He was arraigned by Massena Town Justice Gerald P. Sharlow and sent to the St. Lawrence County Correctional Facility with bail set at $2,500 cash or $5,000 bond. He is scheduled to reappear Wednesday in Louisville Town Court.

Casey J. Lamotte, 17, of 1410 County Route 36, Louisville, she was at the residence with her boyfriend and his family at approximately 4:30 p.m. Thursday when he father knocked on the door and came into the residence after being invited in by her boyfriend’s mother, Vicky Martin.

“My father asked me what was going on. I asked him what he was talking about. He asked me about the bedroom door at his house. I told him Chad and Ricky had gotten into as dispute, and Ricky had punched it,” Ms. Lamotte said in her statement to troopers.

She said her father continued to grill her about the incident as she was holding her daughter.

Richard A. Martin said his girlfriend’s father had been drinking and kept swearing while he was yelling at Ms. Lamotte in the presence of their one-year-old daughter. “I told Mike that he needed to stop swearing because my daughter was in the room,” he said in his statement to police.

He told troopers Lamotte responded by swearing at him and suggesting he should step outside with him if he wanted to try to stop him from swearing. Richard Martin said after Lamotte attempted to start a fight with him he told Lamotte he needed to leave the residence and his girlfriend’s father rejected that request as well.

Lamotte then shoved Allen J. Martin, 19, with both hands after he intervened and stepped in front of his brother and mother, who were involved in the discussion with Lamotte, and attempted to guide him out of the residence. “My mom was standing in front of Mike, and Mike was yelling at Casey, who was holding her baby in her arms,” he said of the scene he had seen when he first walked into the living room from another portion of the residence.

He said his mother, eventually pushed Lamotte outside the residence. “Mike stood outside for a couple of minutes yelling at us and trying to get Ricky and I to come outside and fight with him. Ricky and I stayed inside, and Mike finally left,” he noted in his statement.

Troopers also alleged Lamotte had shoved Vicky L. Martin, 45, after she had asked him to leave her home, and Richard Martin during the dispute.

“I pushed Michael back out the doorway, and he almost fell off the steps because he was intoxicated,” Ms. Martin told state police.



FALSE WRITTEN STATEMENT - MASSENA - Canton-based state police charged Christina L. Joanette, 26, of Potsdam with filing a false written statement following an investigation into an incident reported July 19 from the town of Potsdam.Joanette had claimed somebody stole money and prescription drugs from her purse while she was at Walmart in Potsdam.



PETIT LARCENY - POTSDAM - Canton-based state police charged Joseph W. McGregor, 26, of Massena with petit larceny at 4:50 p.m. Thursday at Walmart in the town of Potsdam.



CRIMINAL MISCHIEF - WINTHROP - Massena-based state police charged Kevin W. Debiew, 20, of Winthrop with criminal mischief and endangering the welfare of a child following an incident reported at 3:47 p.m. Thursday from the town of Stockholm.Debiew shattered the driver’s side window of Moria Evans’s car with both Ms. Evans, his ex-girlfriend, and a 2-year-old child in the car, according to troopers. Neither was injured.



CRIMINAL MISCHIEF - HARRIETSTOWN - Ray Brook-based state police charged Makenzie L. Barron, 16, of St. Regis Falls with second-degree criminal mischief Thursday following an investigation into an incident reported to troopers at 4:07 a.m. Aug. 16 from the town of Harrietstown.



CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE - TUPPER LAKE - Tupper Lake-based state police charged Nathan K. Bruce, 27, and Rachel L. Smith, 26, both of Norwood, with seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance following a stop at 11:28 p.m. Thursday on state Route 3 in the town of Tupper Lake. Bruce was additionally charged with false impersonation.



PERSONAL INJURY ACCIDENT - MOIRA - One person was reported injured in a one-vehicle accident at 7:30 a.m. Thursday on County Route 8, near the Patterson Road, in the town of Moira. Malone-based state police said the vehicle was operated by Chaz AQ. Blair, 18, of North Bangor.



PROPERTY DAMAGE ACCIDENT - DUANE - Malone-based state police said Tricia J. Livernois, 26, of Malone was involved in a one-vehicle property damage accident at 1:54 p.m. Thursday on Studley Hill Road in the town of Duane.



FAILURE TO YIELD - MASSENA - Village police ticketed Kenneth E. Preston, 33, of Wagner Road, Brusthon, with failure to yield the right of way at an intersection and operation of an uninspected motor vehicle following a traffic stop at 12:10 p.m. Thursday on Grove Street.



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.

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