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.
Bibeau was arrested on April 4 and was charged with fourth-degree criminal possession of stolen property valued at more than $1,000, a felony.
She was arraigned in Plattsburgh Town Court and released on $750 bail, he said.
She was scheduled to reappear in court yesterday, Huber said.
The case is still under investigation and additional charges are pending, he said.
MALONE — Two Dickinson Center men were arrested April 3 on burglary charges.
Shane M. Church, 20, and Taylor D. Ackley, 17, allegedly broke into a mini mart in Dickinson, according to Malone-based State Police.
Church and Ackley were arrested and both were charged with third-degree burglary: illegal entry with intent, a felony.
Both men were arraigned in Dickinson Town Court, police said.
Church was sent to Franklin County Jail in lieu of $15,000 bail and Ackley’s bail at Franklin County Jail was set at $10,000.
Church and Ackley are due to reappear in court on May 8, according to Dickinson Town Justice Robert Currier.
PLATTSBURGH — A Morrisonville man was arrested March 23 on burglary and stolen property charges.
On March 17, a Morrisonville resident told police a tool shed on State Route 3 in Morrisonville had been burglarized, Plattsburgh-based State Police Bureau of Criminal Investigation Investigator Larry Cragle said.
Missing from the shed were battery-operated tools, a pocket saw, a hedge trimmer and another saw, Cragle said.
Trooper Mohammad Amin later located the tools at Everything Under the Sun pawn shop on Rugar Street in Plattsburgh, Cragle said.
Amin interviewed the owner of the shop and determined that Craig A. Livesey, 18, had sold the tools to the pawn shop, he said.
Livesey was arrested March 23 and was charged with third-degree burglary, a felony, and fifth-degree criminal possession of stolen property, a misdemeanor.
He was arraigned in Plattsburgh Town Court and released in accordance with a pretrial release program, Cragle said.
Livesey is due in Plattsburgh Town Court on April 18.
PLATTSBURGH — A Keeseville man was arrested March 13 for allegedly stealing a car, police said.
Christopher F. Rock, 38, allegedly borrowed a vehicle from a person with consent but never returned it, Plattsburgh-based State Police Bureau of Criminal Investigation Investigator Larry Cragle said.
The owner of the 1996 Chevrolet pickup truck reported the vehicle missing to State Police in the summer of 2012, Cragle said.
Police investigation led them to Rock and he was arrested at the Clinton County Jail where he was incarcerated on previous burglary charges, Cragle said.
He was charged with fourth-degree grand larceny of an automobile valued at more than $1,000, a felony.
Rock was arraigned in Plattsburgh Town Court and was recommitted to Clinton County Jail, he said.
He was due back in court yesterday.
PLATTSBURGH — A Plattsburgh man was arrested March 12 on robbery and other charges.
Marlon G. Dupee, 18, was allegedly illegally in a car located on Route 9 in the Town of Plattsburgh and when he was confronted by the owners of the vehicle, he pushed them down and ran away with stolen property, Plattsburgh-based State Police Bureau of Criminal Investigation Investigator Larry Cragle said.
The owners originally saw Dupee in their car from their house, Cragle said.
The property included some prescription medication, iPod headphones, a pack of cigarettes and sunglasses, he said.
Troopers found Dupee at his residence, the Sundance Motel, which Dupee had allegedly run to following the robbery, Cragle said.
He tried to flee out of the bathroom window and actively resisted the troopers when they were arresting him, Cragle said.
Dupee was charged with third-degree robbery, a felony; resisting arrest, a misdemeanor; seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance, a misdemeanor; and disorderly conduct, a violation.
He was arraigned in Peru Town Court and was sent to Clinton County Jail in lieu of $5,000 cash or $10,000 bond.
Dupee is due in Plattsburgh Town Court on Thursday.
CHESTERFIELD — A Keeseville man was charged Jan. 16 with possession of stolen property.
On Oct. 8, 2012, Keith A. McCray, 23, had allegedly sold some copper and plumbing fittings to a scrap yard in Keeseville, Plattsburgh-based State Police Bureau of Criminal Investigation Investigator Larry Cragle said.
The employee working at the scrap yard was suspicious, Cragle said, and contacted State Police on Oct. 18, 2012, according to a State Police blotter entry.
Trooper Marc Felio interviewed the employee and determined that McCray had sold the materials, he said.
In a later interview, McCray told Felio he had permission to sell the materials because he was an employee of the person who owns them, Cragle said.
After the owner of the company returned from Florida and did an inventory, it was determined that the materials were missing and that McCray was not authorized to sell them, he said.
McCray was arrested at the Rip Van Winkle motel on Jan. 16 and was charged with third-degree criminal possession of stolen property valued at more than $3,000, a felony.
He was sent to Essex County Jail in lieu of $10,000 cash or $20,000 bond.
His court date was unknown Tuesday.
— By Staff Writer Felicia Krieg