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Michael L. Jameson Jr., 41, of 312 Knox St., was issued summonses Wednesday a 7:47 a.m. on Jefferson Avenue for suspended registration and uninspected motor vehicle, Ogdensburg police reported.

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Zachary A. Corkins, 19, of 56 Spile Bridge Road, was arrested Wednesday at 12:45 a.m. on an arrest warrant for fifth-degree arson. Ogdensburg police said he set fire to a trash can at the Paterson Street boat launch on Jan. 10.

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City police were notified Tuesday at 4:35 p.m. of a forced-entry burglary at the home of Jillian A. Bruyere, 515 Knox St. Police are investigating.

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Melissa L. McLear, 30, of 212 Montgomery St., was arrested Tuesday at 7:08 p.m. on a city court bench warrants for failure to appear and attempted petit larceny, Ogdensburg police reported. The latter charge stemmed from an incident at Olympia Sports, Gateway Plaza, 2981 Ford Street Extension, police said.

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Jessie G. Austin, 33, of 212 Montgomery St., was arrested Tuesday at 7:06 p.m. on a city court bench warrant for failure to appear, city police said.

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Ogdensburg police were called Tuesday at 6:41 p.m. to investigate a forced-entry burglary at the home of Britney Zanker, of 100 Spring St.

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Terry L. Jenkins, of 95 Main St., Richville, called city police Tuesday at 4:22 p.m. to report that his son’s iPod music player was stolen at Kennedy Elementary School, 801-809 Park St.

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Clarence R. Dedrick, of 1513 Ford St., Apt. B, called Ogdensburg police Tuesday at 2:55 p.m. to report that property was missing from his residence. Details weren’t available.

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