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Potsdam PD Public Record


The Police Blotter

Thursday, Apil 12, 2013

0035 Patrol discovered an open door at the rear of Price Chopper. Further investigation revealed that door was left open by employees.

0111 Potsdam Rescue dispatched to a call in Norfolk.

0750 Village Court issued bench warrants for the following individuals:

Virginia L. Moses, Norfolk

Chad S. Mossow, Norfolk

George H. Ladison Jr., North Lawrence

Kara L. Koen, Potsdam

Lisa A. Fogarty, Potsdam

Sylvia L. Coulson, Potsdam

Donald F. Charleson, Lisbon

Craig W. Buell, Eaton

Mark A. Black, Potsdam

Rebecca J. Whitney, Potsdam

Kyle A. Strong, Potsdam

Kenneth J. Snyder, Fort Jackson

John A. Sneed, Colton

Lisa Mitchell, Colonie

0935 Patrol assisted with a vehicle repossession.

0945 Received sixbad checks that were passed at a local business.

0950 Assisted an individual with an equipment inspection.

1005 Patrol assisted with a funeral escort.

1315 Patrol dispatched Potsdam Rescue to a call at SUNY Potsdam.

1322 Patrol dispatched Potsdam Rescue to a call in Stockholm.

1355 Patrol received a complaint of vehicles parking in the new “No Parking” zone in front of the Roxy Theater.

1435 Disability parking permit issued for a town resident.

1445 Potsdam Village DPW re-posted the “No Parking” signs on State Street. Village police will be ticketing vehicles that continue to park on either side of State Street.

1505 Patrol dspatched Potsdam Rescue to a call on Munson Street.

1646 Patrol responded to T&R Wines and Liquor to confirm the validity of an ID.

1647 Patrol responded to the Prosh Lot to check on a vehicle alarm and possible suspicious character.

1701 Patrol dispatched Potsdam Rescue to the Prosh lot for a female who had passed out.

1939 Patrol dispatched Potsdam Rescue to a call at Evergreen Park.

1158 Potsdam Rescue dispatched to Heath Road.

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