Hogansburg woman cited
with theft of television
MASSENA — Village police charged Mallory J. Cree, 27, of 127 Frogtown Road, Hogansburg, with third-degree burglary and petit larceny early Wednesday.
Police said the charge stemmed from an incident shortly before 11:30 p.m. April 10 when she allegedly broke into the residence of Devin Cole and Khuong Hong at 142 McKinley Ave. and stole a 19-inch television.
Mr. Hong told police that he was watching television with his girlfriend, Tiffany Snyder, when they heard a noise.
He said that when he investigated, he found Ms. Cree and four other women breaking into the residence.
Despite his protest, he said, the women pushed their way into the home, took the television and left.
"Mallory said Devin owed her money," Mr. Hong wrote in the statement he signed for police.
He told police that three children were in the residence at the time of the burglary, and that a 10-month-old boy was stepped on by one of the women when they were fleeing the residence.
Ms. Cree was arraigned by Massena Village Justice Eric J. Gustafson and released from St. Lawrence County jail, Canton, after posting $1,500 bail.
Police say man damaged
his home during dispute
MASSENA —Village police charged Eric L. Smith, 32, of 7 Liberty Ave., with third-degree criminal mischief and endangering the welfare of a child after he reportedly used a hammer to damage his home during a domestic dispute Tuesday evening.
Police said Mr. Smith was involved in an argument with his wife, Sarah, and started punching the walls.
He also allegedly grabbed a phone and threw it three times. The behavior reportedly took place in front of a 4-year-old child.
Ms. Smith told police she left the home in an attempt to diffuse the situation. She said when she returned home, she found numerous holes in the Sheetrock and floor and a hammer stuck in the wall.
Mr. Smith, who police said appeared to be intoxicated, was found a short time later walking on East Orvis Street and was taken into custody without incident.
He was arraigned by Village Justice Eric J. Gustafson and sent to the St. Lawrence County jail, Canton, on $1,500 bail.
Police cite Burke woman
with shoplifting items
MASSENA — Village police charged Ashley M. Palmer, 23, of 4718 Route 11, Burke, with petit larceny at 6:20 p.m. Tuesday after she allegedly shoplifted $129.54 worth of merchandise from Walmart.
She is accused of placing several items, including lingerie, socks, a pregnancy test and nail fungus remover, in a purse and walking past the last point of sale at the store without paying for them.
Gouverneur man charged
in two domestic disputes
GOUVERNEUR — A Gouverneur man was charged with second-degree harassment twice Sunday in two separate incidents.
State police first charged Bruce D. House, 38, at noon Sunday over a domestic dispute May 27 in the town of Gouverneur.
Troopers said he was engaged in a verbal argument during a dispute with family members.
In an unrelated incident, he was charged with the same count at 6 p.m. Sunday over an alleged incident Friday evening.
Additional details about both incidents were unavailable.
In both cases, he is to appear in Gouverneur Town Court.
Man accused of violating
ex-wife's protection order
NORWOOD — The St. Lawrence County Sheriff's Department charged Justin J. Revet, 33, of 26 Depot St., Norwood, with criminal contempt Tuesday after he violated an order of protection that directed him to have no contact with his ex-wife, Hillary.
Mr. Revet allegedly sent her a letter and called her on the phone June 10.
He had been released under probation supervision last week after he pleaded guilty to a prior criminal contempt charge.
He was released back to the supervision of the Probation Department after his arraignment on the new charge.
State police: body found
near Cape Vincent marina
CAPE VINCENT — State police are investigating the discovery of a body found floating at a marina near County Route 7 about 6:45 p.m. Thursday.
As of 9:45 p.m. Thursday, troopers were attempting to contact the person's family.
Troopers declined to comment further about the matter, saying they would issue a news release in the future.
Madrid resident facing
charge of harassment
MADRID — State police charged Jonathan A. Curran, 22, Madrid, with second-degree harassment Wednesday after he allegedly got into a verbal argument and then had ongoing contact with the victim.
Additional details were unavailable.
He was released on his own recognizance.
Potsdam woman cited
over incident in May
POTSDAM — State police charged Lisa M. Baker, 39, of Potsdam, with unlawfully dealing with a child, acting in a manner to injure a child under 17 years old and second-degree criminal nuisance at 10:54 a.m. Wednesday following an incident that occurred at 5:55 p.m. May 22 in Potsdam.
Additional details were unavailable.