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PROPERTY DAMAGE ACCIDENTS - POTSDAM - State police from around the region investigated a number of property damage accidents around the region on Wednesday. Among those:

■ Amy D. Willard, 51, of Parishville at 4:34 p.m. on state Route 72, near Kingsley Road, in the town of Hopkinton.

■ Sterling F. Fyckes, 54, of Norwood at 7:49 p.m. on East Seneca Street at Middle Road in the city of Oswego.



MENACING - FORT COVINGTON - Malone-based state police charged Derek M. Mainville, 18, of Fort Covington with second-degree menacing - weapon and fourth-degree criminal possession of a weapon following an investigation into a domestic incident reported to troopers at 11:27 a.m. Sunday from the town of Fort Covington.

He allegedly pointed a 20 gauge Mossberg shotgun at a female during a domestic dispute at a residence on Lahey Road in Fort Covington.

Mainville was arraigned in the town of Bangor Court and released on his own recognizance.

He is scheduled to reappearMarch 25 in the town of Fort Covington Court.



CRIMINAL POSSESSION WEAPON - PLATTSBURGH - The New York State Police Troop B Gun Investigation Unit charged Jordon A. Crandall, 28, of North Bangorwith two counts of third-degree criminal possession of a weapon.

This arrest stems from an incident on Feb. 24 in the town of Plattsburgh when Crandall was found in possession of a Smith & Wesson, M&P 15-22, semi-automatic rifle with a 25-round detachable magazine. This model rifle included a pistol grip and telescoping stock. This rifle has been banned from New York state since Aug. 8, 2000.

Crandall was arraigned in the town of Plattsburgh Court and released on his own recognizance to reappear on a later date.

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