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July 15, 2013

Police Log: July 15, 2013

FELONY ARRESTS

PLATTSBURGH — A Plattsburgh man was arrested for two accounts of assault Sunday.

At about 2:46 a.m., Vincent Roulhac, 33, allegedly stabbed Kevin Sharrow, 23, of Plattsburgh, and injured Duey Hampton, 33, of Plattsburgh, with a knife, Plattsburgh City Police said.

The Protection Avenue assault was spotted by an officer, who noticed a laceration on Sharrow’s arm and a cut on Hampton’s lip, police said.

The victims were both brought to CVPH Medical Center, police said.

Roulhac was charged with two accounts of assault in the second degree, criminal possession of cocaine, and criminal possession of a weapon in the third degree, all class D felonies, and unlawful possession of marijuana, a violation, police said.

He was arraigned at Plattsburgh City Court and is being held at the county jail on no bail, police said.

PLATTSBURGH — A Plattsburgh man was charged with felony drunken driving Friday afternoon.

Robert Gebhardt, 64, allegedly backed into another vehicle at Eco Car Wash on Cornelia Street, leaving minor damage, which prompted the store employees to report the accident, Plattsburgh City Police said.

Gebhardt tried to leave the scene, but the employees kept him on location, police said.

He was charged with aggravated driving while intoxicated, with a prior offense, a felony, and he was issued a traffic ticket, police said.

Gebhardt was arraigned in the City of Plattsburgh Court, and was released on his own recognizance, police said.

PLATTSBURGH — A Plattsburgh man was charged with felony drunken driving and driving without a license, also a felony, Thursday.

Ricky Vanvalkenburg, 40, was observed squealing his tires at two places on Court Street, which initiated a traffic stop, Plattsburgh City Police said.

Through the course of the interview, he was found to be intoxicated, with an open container in the vehicle, police said.

Vanvalkenburg was charged with driving while intoxicated and aggravated unlicensed operation in the first degree, both felonies. Tickets were also issued for an unsafe start, having an open container of alcohol, possessing another person’s license, failing to surrender his license, and having expired insurance, police said.

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