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April 10, 2013

Police Log: April 10, 2013

FELONY ARRESTS

SARANAC LAKE — A Saranac Lake man was charged Tuesday with felony parole violation.

Saranac Lake Police arrested Kasey Michael, 25, on a warrant issued by Franklin County Court for allegedly violating the condition of his sentencing from a previous conviction of fifth-degree attempted possession of a controlled substance, a felony, according to a press release from the Saranac Lake Police Department.

Michael was sentenced for that charge on April 27, 2011, according to the release.

He was sent to Franklin County Jail to await arraignment in Franklin County Court.

PLATTSBURGH — A Saranac man was charged April 5 with criminal contempt.

A stay-away order legally prohibits David E. Benson, 26, from being in the presence of a female and two children, Plattsburgh-based State Police Bureau of Criminal Investigation Investigator Larry Cragle said.

On April 2, Benson allegedly approached the female and an uninvolved male and pushed the male while they were in the 99 Restaurant in Plattsburgh, Cragle said.

Benson was arrested April 5 and was charged with first-degree criminal contempt.

He was arraigned in Peru Town Court and sent to Clinton County Jail in lieu of $5,000 cash or $10,000 bond.

Benson was due to appear in Plattsburgh Town Court yesterday.

BEEKMANTOWN — A Plattsburgh woman was arrested April 4 for alleged possession of a stolen necklace.

Plattsburgh-based State Police Bureau of Criminal Investigation Investigator Glenn Huber said that on Dec. 10, 2012, State Police interviewed Natashia M. Bibeau, 32, about her possible involvement in a burglary in the Plattsburgh area on Dec. 8, 2012.

Subsequent investigation found Bibeau to be in possession of a gold chain necklace with a diamond pendant that was missing from a Beekmantown address, Huber said.

The necklace is valued at about $1,400, he said.

Bibeau’s boyfriend at the time of the interview, Christopher F. Rock, 38, of Keeseville, is also a suspect in the burglaries, Huber said.

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