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Large party ends in fight; police charge two people

City police charged Katrina M. Reed, 24, and Dakota J. Marzano, 17, both of 119 State Place, upper apartment, with criminal nuisance and disorderly conduct after a large party at their residence ended with a fight.

According to police, the party had 50 to 55 people in attendance. Police were called after a neighbor reported the fight. The two were arrested at 2:26 a.m. Saturday at the apartment.

Both were processed at the Metro-Jefferson Public Safety Building and held on $250 bail pending arraignment in City Court.

Fort Drum man accused of trying to fight others

A Fort Drum man was charged by Watertown police after allegedly attempting to engage in a fight about 1 a.m. Saturday in the 500 block of Arsenal Street.

Police said Thomas A. Mosley, 22, of 10138 4th Armored Division Drive, was yelling and screaming while attempting to pull away from people holding him back from the fight.

He was processed at the Metro-Jefferson Public Safety Building before being released to military custody with appearance tickets for City Court.

Theresa teenager accused of stealing jacket, T-shirt

Watertown police charged Trevor T. Cardinale, 17, of 32208 Webster Tract Road, Theresa, with petit larceny after he allegedly took items valued at a total of $85 from a store without paying for them.

Mr. Cardinale on Dec. 10 allegedly took a North Face jacket and a T-shirt, from Herb Philipson’s, 1283 Arsenal St., by concealing them in his jacket.

Charged at 3 p.m. Friday at the Metro-Jefferson Public Safety Building, he was released with an appearance ticket for City Court.

Massena woman accused of stealing items at store

MASSENA — Tayna L. Barksdale, 26, of 109 Main St., was charged Saturday by village police with petit larceny.

Ms. Barksdale is accused of trying to steal hair products, children’s clothing and other merchandise from Walmart, 43 Stephenville St.

She is scheduled to appear in Massena Village Court.

Police charge city man with attacking woman

A Watertown resident was charged by police with second-degree harassment after allegedly grabbing a woman’s arm and slamming her to the ground.

According to police, David A. Gough Jr., 42, of 24480 Route 12, Apt. 122, attacked Margaret C. Pickard at her residence, 137 Central St., on Dec. 2.

Arrested at his residence at 8:11 p.m. Friday, he was taken to the Metro-Jefferson Public Safety Building pending arraignment in City Court.

Mr. Gough was charged Dec. 9 with violating a court order of protection held by Ms. Pickard by contacting her by phone that day.

Teen allegedly punched his girlfriend in the face

City police charged Tyler L. Nasworthy, 17, of 1815 Olmsted Drive, Apt. 209A, with second-degree harassment and second-degree trespassing Friday afternoon at his home after he allegedly broke into his girlfriend’s residence and punched her in the face.

Police said Mr. Nasworthy attacked Audriana L. Hill, 254 E. Main St., about 3 p.m. Thursday, causing redness on her face. He was held at the Metro-Jefferson Public Safety Building pending arraignment in City Court.

Teen accused of throwing cup of water at officer

City police charged Shyanne M. Lammers, 16, of 325 S. Meadow St., Apt. C, with second-degree harassment after she allegedly threw a cup of water at an officer Sunday afternoon.

According to police, Miss Lammers threw the plastic cup of water at Officer Glenn M. Brady while he was conducting an interview at her home.

She was taken to the Metro-Jefferson Public Safety Building, where she was processed and released with an appearance ticket for City Court.

Stockholm man accused of stealing chimney pipe

STOCKHOLM — Zachariah L. Richards, 28, of 3223 Route 11B, was charged by state police with criminal possession of stolen property at 5:01 p.m. Friday.

Mr. Richards is accused of stealing the metal chimney pipe from his home, which he rents, causing damage to the bricks surrounding the chimney and leaving trash on the property. He intended to sell the pipe, state police said.

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