An Ogdensburg man will bejailed for 30 days for choking a woman in 2011.
Frederick L. Miller, 59, of 914 Ford Ave., was sentenced Tuesday in city court to serve the time in St. Lawrence County jail, Canton. He pleaded guilty in June 2012 to criminal obstruction of breathing to satisfy October 2011 charges of felony second-degree strangulation, misdemeanor third-degree assault and endangering the welfare of a child as well as a March 2012 summons for second-degree aggravated unlicensed operation.
He was accused of choking and hitting Rose M. Miller, 24, Ogdensburg, in the presence of her daughter, then 2.
He was also fined and surcharged a total of $400.
Mr. Miller was represented by the St. Lawrence County Public Defenders Office.
In other cases before Judge William R. Small:
Paul L. Ward, 35, of 834 Ford St., Ogdensburg, will have an April 20 charge of third-degree criminal mischief against him heard by a county grand jury. He was accused of throwing a coffee mug at a vehicle, causing $673.46 in damage.
In another case, Mr. Ward pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct to satisfy a Jan. 31 charge of fourth-degree criminal mischief. He was accused of breaking a window at his residence, causing $117.26 in damage. He was fined $100, given a one-year conditional discharge and told to pay $117.26.
He is represented by the county conflict defenders office.
Leslie L. Felt, 39, of 195 Lovejoy Road, Ogdensburg, will have an April 23 charge of felony grand larceny and an April 24 charge of second-degree forgery against her heard by a county grand jury. She is accused of taking another persons credit card and making purchases with it.
She is represented by attorney Charles B. Nash, Canton.
Richard A. LaFlair, 56, of 316 Adams Ave., Ogdensburg, pleaded guilty to second-degree harassment to satisfy March 30 charges of endangering the welfare of a child and harassment. He was accused of yelling at his stepdaughter, Michelle L.E. Van Gorden, which allegedly awakened her 3-year-old niece. He was fined and surcharged a total of $220, given a one-year conditional discharge and told to abide by a no harassment order of protection for Miss Gordon.
He was represented by the county conflict defenders office.
Charles E. Johnson, 64, of Georgia, pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct to satisfy April 27 charges of second-degree introducing prison contraband and unlawful possession of marijuana.
He was accused of bringing a metal pipe with marijuana residue in it to Riverview Correctional Facility, Ogdensburg, where he was visiting. He was fined and surcharged a total of $320.
Jamie L. Kennedy, 43, of 23 Richardson Road, Ogdensburg, pleaded guilty to driving while ability impaired to satisfy March 27 charges of driving while intoxicated, driving while intoxicated with a blood alcohol level of .08 percent or higher - in his case .11 percent - failure to keep right and driving across a hazard marking. He was fined and surcharged a total of $755, told to enroll in the Drinker Driver Program, his drivers license was suspended for 90 days and he was given a one-year conditional discharge.