MALONE — A domestic dispute involving a Malone man here Sept. 30 led to felony charges, State Police say.
An investigation into the dispute at a State Route 30 residence found that Jeremy M. Brossoit, 27, had been violating an order of protection protecting a resident there, Fleishman said.
Brossoit had allegedly been repeatedly following, calling and texting the victim since the order was issued in February of this year.
He was charged with one count of first-degree criminal contempt, a felony, and arraigned in Malone Town Court before being sent to Franklin County Jail in lieu of $1,000 cash bail or $2,000 bond.
AUSABLE — A Keeseville man is facing assault charges after allegedly stabbing a woman in the head with a fork, State Police said in a release.
Troopers responded to a report of an assault in a Main Street residence and found John P. Morrow, 64, and a 69-year-old woman with multiple small puncture wounds on her head, according to the release.
Morrow was charged with one count each of second-degree assault and third-degree criminal possession of a weapon, both felonies.
The alleged victim was brought to CVPH to be treated for her head wounds.
He was arraigned in AuSable Town Court and released on his own recognizance. He is due to reappear there at a later date.
PLATTSBURGH — An Elizabethtown woman was charged with felony DWI following a traffic stop here Oct. 4, the Clinton County Sheriff's Department says.
Sheyenne Denton, 24, was allegedly operating a motor vehicle while impaired by drugs, a press release said, with a passenger under the age of 15 and a passenger under the age of 17.
She was charged with aggravated DWI with a child in vehicle, a felony under Leandra's law, DWAI Drugs and endangering the welfare of a child, both misdemeanors, unlawful possession of marijuana, a violation, and speeding a speed zone, a traffic ticket.
Denton was processed by the sheriffs and was released with appearance tickets returnable to Plattsburgh Town Court.
CHESTERFIELD — A Plattsburgh woman withdrew $930 with forged, stolen checks, State Police say.
Laura A. Trombley, 33, allegedly stole checks from Bailey Properties and withdrew the money with them, Flesihman said.
She was charged with second-degree possession of a forged instrument, a felony, and petit larceny, a misdemeanor, and was issued appearance tickets returnable to AuSable Town Court.
WESTVILLE — A Hogansburg woman was arrested here Oct. 4 after providing false information while applying to purchase a firearm, State Police say.
Melanie Sardella, 22, was denied the purchase of a firearm Sept. 30 after giving false information in the application, Fleishman said.
She is the subject of an active order of protection, in effect until January 12, 2020.
Sardella was charged with attempted criminal purchase of a firearm and first-degree offering a false instrument for filing, both felonies.
She was released and issued appearance tickets returnable to Westville Town Court on Nov. 6.
PERSONAL INJURY ACCIDENTS
PLATTSBURGH — A Plattsburgh man was injured in a one-car crash here Sept. 28 when the front axle of his truck detached, State Police say.
Jason J. Rascoe, 45, was driving east on County Route 26 in a 1974 Ford pickup when the front axle detached from the rest of the truck, Fleishman said.
The vehicle exited the south side of Route 26 before striking a curb.
Rascoe, whose license had been suspended in 2017 for failure to pay NYS taxes, Fleishman said, was issued a ticket for third-degree unlicensed operation and is due to appear in Plattsburgh Town Court Oct. 28.
He was brought to the University of Vermont Health Network Champlain Valley Physician’s Hospital to be treated for a head injury.
CHAMPLAIN — An Ohio man suffered serious injuries in a one-car accident here Oct. 1, State Police say.
Thomas E. Monreal, 68, was travelling east on U.S. Route 11 when he failed to slow down at a roundabout on the overpass of I-87 and continued through the intersection before striking a guard rail, Fleishman said.
Monreal was brought to CVPH before later being transported to UVM in Burlington to be treated for a brain bleed, broken back and injured spleen, but is now in stable condition.
He was ticketed for unreasonable speed and failure to yield at an intersection.
BEEKMANTOWN — A 17-year-old received minor leg injuries after failing to yield the right of way while turning into a driveway, the Clinton County Sheriff's department says.
According to a department press release, the 17-year-old was driving a 2011 Ford Focus on the Military Turnpike here Oct. 6 when he attempted to turn into a driveway.
While doing so, he allegedly failed to yield the right of way to a 2015 Nissan Frontier being driven by a Donna Taylor.
Taylor was assessed by EMS on scene and declined transport, the release said, while the 17-year-old was transported to CVPH to be treated for a leg injury and minor cuts and abrasions.
The male was ticketed for failure to yield the right of way when turning left.
— Compiled by Staff Writer Ben Watson