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UNLICENSED MARIJUANA GROW - BUCKTON - Edward S. Charleson, 54, of 54 Scott Road, Winthrop, was charged with unlicensed marijuana grow by St. Lawrence County Sheriff’s Department deputies Thursday.

Charleson was allegedly growing marijuana outside his home.

He is scheduled to appear in Stockholm Town Court.

PETIT LARCENY - COLTON - Corey A. Bishop, 40, of 74 Main St., Colton, was arrested by St. Lawrence County Sheriff’s Department deputies Thursday and charged with petit larceny.

Bishop allegedly stole three scratch-off larceny tickets from Kunoco Mini Mart in Colton. He was spotted by the manager and later arrested.

It was discovered Bishop had an outstanding warrant for violating his probation in Franklin County. He was turned over to state police to be arraigned in Franklin County.

DWI - POTSDAM - St. Lawrence County Sheriff’s Department deputies charged Gregory R. Sayer, 33, of 96 Silver Hill Road, Russell, with driving while intoxicated at 2:12 a.m. Thursday after responding to a complaint that a vehicle had struck the guiderails on County Route 35 in the town of Potsdam. Deputies also ticketed Sayer for speed not reasonable and prudent. He reportedly had a blood alcohol content of 0.15 percent, nearly double the 0.08 percent threshold for a DWI charge. Police said Sayer was not injured in the accident.

PETIT LARCENY - POTSDAM - Canton-based state police charged Hope A. Murray, 34, of Hammond and Kristine L. Petrie, 48, of Hammond with petit larceny following an incident reported at 1:49 p.m. Wednesday from the Walmart store in Potsdam.

UNLAWFUL POSSESSION - CANTON - Ogdnesburg-based state police charged Jesse D. Hoffman, 18, of Canton with unlawful possession of marijuana following a traffic stop at 3:22 p.m. Wednesday in the town of Canton.

STOLEN PROPERTY - MALONE - Malone-based state police charged Jessica S. Perkins, 29, of Brushton with fifth-degree criminal possession of stolen property Wednesday following an investigation into an incident reported to troopers at 8:15 p.m. Sept. 17 from the town of Malone. Briana S. Maldano, 24, of Malone was charged with petit larceny as part of that same invesigation.

TWO VEHICLE ACCIDENT - LOUISVILLE - Massena-based state police investigated a two-vehicle property damage accident at 3:47 p.m. Wednesday on state Route 37 at Whalen Road. Troopers said the vehicles were operated by Lance E. Lesperance, 41, of Massena and Brian L. Middlemiss, 28, of Ogdensburg.

UNLAWFUL POSSESSION - POTSDAM - Village police charged Fabian M. Adams, 18, of Potsdam with unlawful possession of marijuana at 11 p.m. Wednesday in the Main Street lot. Police said they responded to a complaint of a subject in the Main Street lot who was reported to have been smoking marijuana in the movie theater. Patrol made contact with the suspect and further investigation revealed Adams was in possession of a small amount of marijuana. Adams was released an appearance ticket.

BENCH WARRANTS - POTSDAM - Potsdam Village Court issued 26 bench warrants Oct. 5 for unpaid fines and surcharges. Police said eight of those warrants are still outstanding. They include:

Sarah A. Casimir, Potsdam.

Gary A. Hamm, Weedsport.

Alexander M. Helisek, Potsdam.

Elizabeth R. Henderson, Hoboken, N.J.

Daniel F. Kronske, South Glens Falls.

Leo F. Sawyer, Rochester.

Daryll J. Spencer, Potsdam.

Ryan J. Todd, Parishville.

In addition, the following active warrants are on file with Potsdam Police Department:

Elizabeth Abreu, Oceanside, Calif.

Marc A. Adair, Chicago.

Randall R. Alexander, Danville, Vt.

Gregg E. Alguire, Potsdam.

Christopher C. Archer, Paterson, N.J.

Donald E. Armstrong, Canton.

Daniel B. Arnold, Conway, Ark.

Joseph M. Ashe, Potsdam.

FAILURE TO YIELD - POTSDAM - Village police ticketed Tanveer Islam, 40, of Potsdam, for failure to yield the right of way to a pedestrian on Main Street following a traffic stop at 5:17 p.m. Wednesday.

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