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DISORDERLY CONDUCT - MASENA - Massena-based state police reported they charged Sammy Lazore, 55, of Massena with disorderly conduct earlier this week stemming from an investigation into a noise complaint filed with troopers at 8:50 p.m. June 8. Troopers said the arrest was made at 419 Roosevelt Road, Massena.

FELONY DWI - FOWLER - Gouverneur-based state police have charged a Gouverneur teen with a felony count stemming from an investigation into a personal injury automobile crash reported at 8:15 p.m. Sunday at 470 Smith Road in the town of Fowler.

Troopers said a Pontiac G6, operated by Ian T. Martin, 17, of Gouverneur, was traveling north on Smith Road when he was unable to negotiate a curve. lost control of the vehicle, drove off of the east shoulder of the roadway and struck a tree, with the vehicle coming to rest on its roof in the front yard of a residence.

A 15-year-old male and 23-year-old Jessica R. Brown of Gouverneu, were passengers inside the vehicle. All three were transported to the Gouverneur Hospital by Gouverneur Rescue for minor abrasions.

After Martin’s release from the hospital, he was charged driving while intoxicated. He refused to submit to a chemical test to determine his blood alcohol content.

During the investigation, troopers discovered a stay away order of protection was in effect against Martin, listing the 15-year-old male as the protected party.

Martin was charged with Leandra’s Law-DWI with a passenger less than 16 years of age and second-degree criminal contempt. He was arraigned at the town of Fowler Court and released under the supervision of probation department.

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