CANTON A Waddington man who stole a credit card from a Massena Memorial Hospital employee while his wife was undergoing an emergency C-section was sentenced Monday in St. Lawrence County Court to 180 days in jail.
Floyd H. Smith Jr., 24, of 555 Irish Settlement Road, also was sentenced to five years probation and ordered to pay $370.10 in restitution.
Mr. Smith, who pleaded guilty to felony fourth-degree grand larceny July 6, was convicted of stealing a Discover credit card from Paul E. Auger in the mens locker room at the hospital May 14.
In a statement to police, Mr. Auger said his credit card had been used at 5:01 a.m. on the day in question while he was still working in the emergency room.
Judge Jerome J. Richards issued an order of protection for Mr. Auger.
In other St. Lawrence County Court cases Monday:
John A. Skidds, 36, of 616 King St., Ogdensburg, was sentenced to 120 days in St. Lawrence County jail and 10 years probation and ordered to pay $1,425 in fines.
Mr. Skidds, who pleaded guilty to felony third-degree criminal sexual act June 27, admitted having sex with a 15-year-old boy on March 11 and 12, 2010.
David A. Lovely, 43, Ogdensburg, was sentenced to five years probation, ordered to pay a $2,520 fine and told to perform 75 hours of community service.
He pleaded guilty to aggravated driving while intoxicated on June 15. This marks his fourth DWI conviction, Judge Richards said.
He was stopped at Pine Street and Ford Avenue, Ogdensburg, in September 2011 and tested at 0.18 percent blood alcohol content.
Paula A. Gaspe, no address available, had the felony fourth-degree grand larceny plea she made Aug. 4, 2011, vacated, and pleaded guilty to misdemeanor petit larceny.
Ms. Gaspe, who was sentenced to one year of interim probation in October, was ordered to pay $19,511.73 in restitution and sentenced to three years probation.
Ms. Gaspe, a former administrator at Valhaven Home for Adults, Massena, was convicted of stealing more than $20,000 worth of property from clients at the home from November 2008 through June 2009.
Albert E. Bevins, 19, of 100 County Route 15, DeKalb Junction, was sentenced to one year of interim probation and ordered to pay $1,263.25 in restitution.
Mr. Bevins pleaded guilty June 15 to felony fourth-degree grand larceny and misdemeanor fifth-degree conspiracy. He was one of six people arrested by Canton village police in May in connection with a series of vehicle break-ins in late April.
Jeremy L. Young, 24, of 40981 Delphi Hall Road, Gouverneur, was sentenced to five years probation.
Mr. Young pleaded guilty Jan. 9 to felony fourth-degree criminal possession of a forged instrument.
Samantha C. Hague, 24, Syracuse, was sentenced to five years probation.
Ms. Hague, who pleaded guilty Nov. 29 to felony third-degree criminal possession of marijuana, was found with about 30 pounds of the drug in her car when she was stopped at a U.S. Border Patrol checkpoint on Route 11 in the town of Rossie in June 2010.
Andrew W. Grant, 28, of 12 Cayey Road, South Colton, pleaded not guilty to felony aggravated DWI and two counts of felony DWI.
He was stopped April 19 in the parking lot of Sugar Creek on Maple Street in Potsdam, where he allegedly tested at a 0.23 percent BAC. He previously was convicted of DWI on Sept. 14, 2004, in Colton Town Court.