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May 1, 2013

Police Log: May 1, 2013


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FELONY ARRESTS

PLATTSBURGH — A Plattsburgh man was charged with criminal contempt and stalking Tuesday.

Daniel Roeser, 24, of Plattsburgh allegedly violated a stay-away order issued by Plattsburgh City Court on four occasions, said Plattsburgh City Police Lt. Scott Beebie.

The order was put in place after a domestic incident, Beebie said.

The alleged violations happened over the course of several weeks, he said.

Roeser allegedly saw the protected woman in a business and followed her from business to business, Beebie said.

He also allegedly sent a text message, a request for contact approval on Skype and another electronic message was sent on his behalf through a third party to the woman, he said.

Roeser was arrested at 3:10 p.m. Tuesday on Broad Street.

He was charged with first-degree criminal contempt, a felony, for allegedly violating the stay-away order. He was also charged with third-degree stalking since the alleged harassment happened over an extended period of time.

Roeser was arraigned before Judge John F. Niles in Plattsburgh City Court Tuesday evening.

PLATTSBURGH — A Peru woman was charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance Monday.

In the beginning of April Samantha Vallieres, 18, visited a family residence on Standish Street and over the course of about two visits allegedly took hydrocodone and $350 in cash from the residence, Plattsburgh City Police Lt. Scott Beebie said.

Vallieres was charged with fifth-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance, a felony, and petit larceny, a misdemeanor.

She was arraigned before Plattsburgh City Court Judge Mark Rogers and was sent to Clinton County Jail in lieu of $5,000 cash or $10,000 bond.

Vallieres’s next court date was not available Monday.

UPDATE

PLATTSBURGH — A Plattsburgh man is serving time in prison after he was convicted of two burglary charges.

In July of 2012, JayQuan D. Quick, now 21, was convicted of second-degree burglary and third-degree burglary, both felonies.

He was received into the custody of Five Points Correctional Facility in Romulus, N.Y. on July 24, 2012.

According to prison records, Quick will serve a minimum of seven years, eight months and a maximum of nine years in state prison.

Quick is eligible for parole in October of 2019.

He was originally charged in connection with five separate burglaries. Plattsburgh City Police said they found property that had been reported stolen in Quick’s Couch Street apartment.

— By Staff Writer Felicia Krieg