August 12, 2013

Police Log: Aug. 11, 2013


LAKE PLACID — A New Jersey man was charged with possession of a forged instrument and exposure of a person Aug. 7.

Matthew C. Lane, 19, of Cedar Grove, N.J. was arrested after he was seen urinating in public, the Lake Placid Police Department said in a news release.

Further investigation revealed that Lane was in possession of forged identification, police said.

Lane was arraigned in Lake Placid Village Court and released on $500 cash bail.

He is scheduled to appear in court at a later date.

PLATTSBURGH — A Plattsburgh man was charged with fourth-degree grand larceny after allegedly stealing items from the local Walmart, Plattsburgh-based State Police said.

According to police, surveillance footage shows Elijah L Viars, 18, entering the store and walking toward the electronic stations before walking out with about $631.45 worth of items including DVD’s and stereo equipment without paying for them despite employee Croteau Joseph’s request for receipt.

He was arranged in the town of Plattsburgh and sent to Clinton County Jail in lieu of $6,000 cash or $12,000 bond. He is scheduled to appear in court on August 12.

LAKE PLACID — A Tupper Lake woman was charged with grand larceny Aug. 5.

Rachel L. Pryor, 39, was arrested by Lake Placid Police following an investigation that began after a laptop was reported stolen, according to a news release from the Lake Placid Police Department.

She was charged with fourth-degree grand larceny, a felony.

Pryor was arraigned in Lake Placid Village Court and is scheduled to reappear there at a later date.

PLATTSBURGH — A Plattsburgh man has pleaded guilty to charges following domestic dispute

Todd J Lafountain, 29 had been chargeed with false written statement, a misdemeanor; and second-degree harassment, a felony.

Plattsburgh-based State Police arrested Hanson on 152 Banker Road on July 9 at about 4pm.

Lafountain had accused his girlfriend, Jennifer Lever, of stricking him with her vehicle causing his body to smash the car’s windshield before rolling up the hood and onto the ground, police said. A proceeding investigation indicated Lafountain had intentionally smashed the windshield of his girlfriend’s car, Police said.

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