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Woman pleads guilty to two charges in city court

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An Ogdensburg woman reached plea agreements Tuesday in city court on two charges.

Kristi A. Thorpe, 27, of 904 Elizabeth St., pleaded guilty to second-degree harassment to satisfy a Sept. 29 charge of second-degree aggravated harassment. She also pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct to satisfy a June 18 charge of fourth-degree criminal mischief.

Both charges stemmed from involving Miss Thorpe and Christian Lalonde, 29, of 709 Rensselaer Ave.

For the harassment charge, City Court Judge William R. Small granted Miss Thorpe a one-year conditional discharge, fined and surcharged her a total of $220 and told her to abide by a no-harassment order of protection for Mr. Lalonde.

For the disorderly conduct charge, Judge Small fined Miss Thorpe $100 and told her to pay Mr. Lalonde $75 in restitution for damages from a broken front porch window.

Miss Thorpe was represented by attorney Mary E. Rain, Ogdensburg.

In other cases before Judge Small:

John L. LaRue, 22, of 26 Tamarack St., Apt. A, Massena, pleaded guilty to attempted petit larceny to satisfy a Nov. 27 charge of petit larceny from Price Chopper, Gateway Plaza, Ford Street Extension. He was fined and surcharged her a total of $220 and told to pay a $50 DNA fee.

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

Karen M. McGill, 56, of 727 Hall Road, Lisbon, agreed to pay $49.99 restitution and a granted a six-month adjournment in contemplation of dismissal of a Sept. 27 charge of petit larceny from Price Chopper.

Wendi L. Clouthier, 37, of 25 Pine St., Ogdensburg, pleaded not guilty to a Dec. 24 charge of petit larceny from Label Shopper, Seaway Shopping Center, 701 Canton St.

She was accused of taking fourmen’s shirts and two pair of socks. She will seek legal counsel from the county Public Defender’s Office.

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