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Police Blotter


Ogdensburg police were notified Wednesday at 2:02 p.m. that property was missing from BOCES Adult Learning Center, 1020 Park St. The identity of the property wasn’t available, but police classified it as valued between $50 and $199.


Jennifer M. Ross, 27, of 311 Montgomery St., was arrested Wednesday at 10:01 a.m. on a city court bench warrant for failure to appear to pay a fine, city police said.


Ogdensburg police received two vehicle damage complaints Wednesday morning.

Chad A. Rolfe, of 37 Lake St., Hammond, called police at 8:33 a.m. Paul P. Cutwa, of 920 Greene St., called police at 8:38 a.m.

No details were available on either of the complaints.


Issac C. Cota, 20, of 6410 Route 11, Canton, was ticketed Wednesday at 12:27 a.m. on Washington Street for no/inadequate head lamps, city police reported.


Brian J. Simmons, 24, of 536 S. Hammond Road, Hammond, was arrested Tuesday at 6:06 p.m. on a city court bench warrant for failure to comply with drug court, Ogdensburg police said.


Marsha L. Murphy, 81, of 430 Proctor Ave., Apt. 2, was issued a summons Tuesday at 3:59 p.m. for following too closely after a collision with another vehicle at State and Lafayette streets. City police identified the other motorist as Maryann S. Reid, of 414 Main St.

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