DWI - MASSENA - Massena-based state police charged Kylee M. Tarbell, 30, of Bombay with driving while intoxicated and ticketed her for an equipment violation for having inadequate safety glass and making an unsafe turn at 1 a.m. Sunday on East Orvis Street in the village of Massena.
A blood alcohol content of 0.08 percent or higher is considered proof of intoxication in the state.
AGGRAVATED DWI - Gouverneur-based state police charged Brandon W. Corbine, 27, of Edwards with aggravated driving while intoxicated at 1:47 a.m. Sunday following a traffic stop on the Trout Lake Road in the town of Hermon. A blood alcohol content of 0.08 or higher is considered proof of intoxication in the state. The charge is elevated to aggravated DWI when the blood alcohol content is 0.18 percent or higher.
HARASSMENT - WINTHROP - Massena-based state police charged Nicholas A. Wing, 20, of Madrid with second-degree harassment Saturday morning following an investigation into a domestic dispute reported to troopers at 6:10 p.m. June 12 from the town of Stockholm.
UNLAWFUL POSSESSION - CANTON - Gouverneur-based state police charged Dylan R. Sharpstene, 18, of Russell with unlawful possession of marijuana at 7:35 a.m. Saturday at 37 Church Hill Road in the town of Canton.
PROPERTY DAMAGE ACCIDENTS - CANTON - State police investigated several property damage accidents around the region on Saturday and early Sunday morning. Among those:
• Tyler J. Foley, 22, of North Lawrence at 5:30 p.m. Saturday on Finnegan Road at Driscoll Road in the town of Lawrence.
• Betina A. Ellsworth, 55, of Brushton at 12:41 a.m. Sunday on County Route 7, near Chandler Road, in the town of Moira.
RECKLESS ENDANGERMENT - MASSENA - A Malone woman faces nine charges after she allegedly walked out of the Massena Walmart without paying for nearly $400 worth of groceries in her cart and then led police on a two-mile chase when they located her vehicle Saturday afternoon on state Route 37.
Village police charged Courtney I. Pickreign, 22, of 127 Valley Road, Malone, with two counts of second-degree reckless endangerment, two counts of endangering the welfare of a child, petit larceny and third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a vehicle and ticketed her for operation of an uninsured motor vehicle, operation of a vehicle with an obstructed license plate and failure to comply.
She was arraigned by Massena Town Justice Gerald P. Sharlow and released under the supervision of the probation department.
Police said they responded to a shoplifting complaint at Walmart and learned the vehicle had left the parking lot. They located the vehicle on Route 37, but police said Pickreign failed to comply with orders to pull over on Route 37 and led police on a brief chase on Highland and Leslie roads before pulling over at 1:24 a.m. Saturday. They said she had two children, ages 4 and 18 months, in the vehicle during the incident.
Police said the Malone woman told them she was aware she should pull over but was concerned that her arrest could lead to issues for her children, so she initially opted not to pull over. They said she was only driving slightly higher than the posted speed limit during the chase.
Pickreign allegedly left Walmart without paying for $383.83 worth of merchandise.
FELONY DWI - MASSENA - Village police charged Lester A. Clarke, 31, of 88 Water St., Massena, with a felony count of aggravated driving while intoxicated at 7:10 p.m. Saturday after responding to a disturbance complaint at On A Roll Deli, North Main Street.
Clarke was also ticketed for failure to notify the Department of Motor Vehicles of an address change and failure to exhibit license.
Police said Clarke had a blood alcohol content of 0.185 percent. A blood alcohol content of 0.08 percent or higher is considered proof of intoxication in the state. The charge is elevated to aggravated DWI when the blood alcohol content is 0.18 percent or higher.
Clarke was charged with a felony because he has a misdemeanor DWI conviction within the past 10 years. He was convicted of misdemeanor DWI in March 2010 in Massena Village Court stemming from a traffic stop on Aug. 21, 2009.
He was arraigned by Massena Town Justice Gerald P. Sharlow Sunday morning and released under the supervision of the probation department.