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Accused of Possessing Handgun with 47 Rounds of Ammunition in Bar Parking
Ryan D. Nelson, 23, of 26714 Annabelle Ave., Evans Mills, was charged by
Watertown police at 12:20 a.m. Sunday with second-degree possession of a
Police said he possessed a loaded 9mm Glock 17 handgun with 47 rounds of
ammunition contained in three magazines while in the parking lot of Pewter Mug,
1313 State St.
Mr. Nelson, a Fort Drum soldier, was arraigned before Watertown Town Justice James P. McClusky and sent to
the Metro-Jefferson Public Safety
Building under $1,000 cash bail.
City Women Charged After Fight Inside Bar
Two women were arrested by Watertown police after they were engaged in a fight
at about 1:20 a.m. Sunday at Poor Richard's Tavern, 1309 State St.
Billi Jo Clark, 23, of 111 E. Lynde St., Apt. D13, and Intia T. Butcher, 35, of
31 Maywood Terrace, were both cited with disorderly conduct and released. They
are to appear May 28 in City Court.
Ms. Butcher was arrested two hours later in the parking lot of Samaritan
Medical Center, 830 Washington St., after she was observed by police allegedly
yelling and shoving two females. She was cited again with disorderly conduct
and held at the Metro-Jefferson Public Safety Building under $100 police bail
pending arraignment Sunday morning in town of Watertown Court.
Felts Mills Man Harassed Landlord
James A. Booth, 24, Felts Mills, was charged Friday night with second-degree
harassment, according to state police.
He is accused of verbally threatening his landlord during an eviction on May 7
in the town of Rutland, troopers said. Mr. Booth is to answer the charges in
Rutland Town Court.
Man Facing Petit Larceny Count
Christopher D. Sweeney, 26, of 7196 Beetle Rd., Lowville, was cited Saturday
evening with petit larceny, according to state police.
It is alleged he stole an iPod on March 20 from a residence in the town of
Croghan, troopers said. He is to answer he charge in Croghan Town Court.
Boy, 14, Threatened Woman on Phone
Lewis County sheriff's deputies charged a 14-year-old boy on Saturday with
second-degree aggravated harassment.
It is alleged he threatened to harm a 20-year-old woman during a conversation
on the telephone Saturday, deputies said.
The juvenile is to answer the charge in Lewis County Family Court.
Men Arrested After Fight Outside Tavern
Watertown police arrested three men at 2:13 a.m. Saturday after a fight in the
1300 block of State Street.
Donald W. Walton, 21, of 10205 Euphrates River Valley Rd., Fort Drum,
and Shawn M. Romeo, 24, of 21850 County Route 47, Apt. 11, Carthage,
were charged with disorderly conduct after they were observed by police
fighting each other. Mr. Romeo also allegedly attempted to strike an officer,
according to court documents.
Gabriel E. Monfiston, 23, 1024 5th Armor Div. Dr., Apt. 129, Fort Drum,
was charged with resisting arrest after attempting to pry a police officer off
Mr. Walton, police said.
According to a police report, "I told the defendant (Mr. Monfiston) to get
back and had to push him off from us. The defendant slapped my hand away. I
informed the defendant he was under arrest. The defendant then resisted arrest
by attempting to hit officers. During the altercation, the defendant did
attempt to headbutt me in the face. The defendant missed, hitting me in the
upper chest with his head. Pepper spray was used on the defendant who was still
attempting to strike officers. Defendant was directed to the ground and placed
in handcuffs." He was later released to military custody.
All three men are summoned to appear in City Court.
Accused of Having Loaded Gun at Border
An Onondaga County man was arrested at 7:30 p.m. Friday at U.S. Customs on Wellesley
Island after he was found possessing a loaded 9mm handgun and a dagger as he was attempting
to enter the country, according to state police.
Loren C. Mader, 22, of 2656 Warners Rd., Warners, was charged with
second- and fourth-degree
criminal possession of a weapon. He was arraigned in Orleans Town Court and
sent to the Metro-Jefferson Public Safety Building, Watertown, on $1,000 cash
bail or $2,000 bond. He awaits grand jury action. Troopers were assisted by
members of the the U.S. Customs Border Patrol.
Man Exposed Himself to Postal Worker
Eric W. Stanton, 39, of 302 High St., Canastota, was charged Thursday
with public lewdness after an incident on Jan. 11 at the Ellisburg police
office, a state police investigator said.
Mr. Stanton is accused of exposing himself to a postal employee. He is ordered
to appear June 4 in Ellisburg Town Court.
Accused of Possessing Stolen Video Games
Corey C. Clark, 19, of 16152 Foster Park Rd., Dexter, was charged
Saturday with fifth-degree criminal possession of stolen property, according to
Mr. Clark is accused of possessing six PlayStation2 video games which he sold
to the Games Stop store, town of Watertown, to benefit himself monetarily,
police said. He is to answer the charge June 5 in town of Watertown Court.
Charge 2 Men After Fight on Factory Street
Matthew D. Larsen, 18, of 303 N. Indiana Ave., and Savino J. Trevizo,
39, of 668 Emerson St., Apt. 2, were both charged early Saturday morning with
disorderly conduct, according to Watertown police.
They are accused of fighting each other in the 300 block of Factory Street
shortly before 4 a.m., police said. Mr. Trevizo was treated at Samaritan
Medical Center, according to a police report.
They are ordered to appear in City Court a later date.
Man Accused of Urinating in Parking Lot
Malcolm S. Pierce, 45, of Burlington, Vt., was charged by Watertown
police at 12:31 a.m. Saturday at 491 Factory St. with disorderly conduct.
Police said he was observed urinating in parking lot. He was turned over to the
Jefferson County Sheriff's Department on a Family Court warrant.
He is to appear May 21 in City Court.
Charged Over Loud Music in Apartment
Two men were charged at 12:32 a.m. Saturday with disorderly conduct because
they played loud music and disturbed their neighbors, police said.
Thomas J. Swerdoski, 36, of 232 W. Main St., Apt. 41B, and Jason W.
Meeker, 31, 158 Academy St., Apt. 1, were held on $100 police bail pending
arraignment Saturday morning in town of Watertown Court.
Drum Woman Accused of Shoplifting
Chelsie M. Caudill, 24, of Langdon Drive, Fort Drum, was charged with petit larceny
at 3:30 p.m. Friday following an alleged shoplifting incident at Super Wal-Mart, Route 11, according to state police.
She is accused of walking out of the store without paying for merchandise priced at a total of
$105.98. The items included a wireless phone, router and craft supplies,
troopers said. Ms. Caudill is to answer the charge in LeRay Town Court.
Mills Man Accused of Shoplifting at Wal-Mart
Jaime Herrera, 24, of County Route 46, Evans Mills, was charged Friday
afternoon with petit larceny, state police said.
He is accused of attempting to steal $40.51 worth of clothing from Super
Wal-Mart, Route 11, in the town of LeRay, troopers said.
Man Accused of Possessing Meth at Border
A man from Saint-Jean Sur Richelieu, Quebec, was charged at 1:57 p.m. Friday
after he was found possessing methamphetamine at U.S. Customs on Wellesley
Island, according to state police.
Martin Goyette, 24, was charged with seventh-degree criminal possession
of a controlled substance. He is to answer the charge in Orleans Town Court.
Creek Man Accused of Pushing His Girlfriend
CREEK, N.Y. —
Kenneth J. Gibbs, 19, of 19 East First St., was charged by state police
Friday morning with second-degree harassment.
It is alleged he pushed his girlfriend, Melissa A. Day, during a dispute in
their home, troopers said. He is to answer the charge in Village Court.
Say Man Struck Another in Face
William B. Shutts, 20, Forestport, was charged Friday with third-degree
assault, according to the Lewis County Sheriff's Department.
Mr. Shutts was charged with a striking Brian S. Marsdan in the face causing a
cut during an altercation at a party on May 9, deputies said. He is to answer
the charge in Lewis Town Court at a later date.
Man Grabbed, Threw 14-Year-Old Boy
Robert O. Mono, 22, River Road, was charged Friday by Lewis County
sheriff's deputies with endangering the welfare of a child.
He allegedly grabbed a 14-year-old boy around his neck and threw him to
the ground, deputies said. Mr. Mono is ordered to answer the charge in Watson
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