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Ogdensburg woman pleads guilty to assault charge, gets probation


An Ogdensburg woman pleaded guilty Tuesday in city court to third-degree assault to satisfy several charges against her from last year.

Tara M. Redmond, 27, of 1113 Ford St., was placed on probation for three years and told by Judge William R. Small to pay restitution.

According to court records, Ms. Redmond’s offenses included the following: May 2012, third-degree assault upon Joshua Woodward, of 305 Lake St., Hammond; March 2012, criminal trespass and resisting arrest at the home of Linda L. Talcott, 220 Franklin St.; May 2012, second-degree harassment in grabbing a city police officer’s arm during a disturbance call; May 2012, obstructing governmental administration while being processed at the Ogdensburg Police Department; May 2012, resisting arrest; and January 2012, petit larceny at Twin Bridges Convenient Mart and Deli, 40 Main St.

Ms. Redmond was represented by the St. Lawrence County Conflict Defender’s Office.

In other cases Tuesday before Judge Small:

Gary A. Robinson, 22, of 11396 Route 37, Lisbon, pleaded guilty to second-degree criminal contempt to satisfy a March 2012 charge of second-degree harassment and second-degree criminal contempt involving Jodi A. Ladouceur, 27.

He was placed on three years probation, fined and surcharged a total of $450 and told to comply with a no-contact order of protection for Miss Ladouceur.

Mr. Robinson was represented by the county Conflict Public Defender’s Office.

Wendi L. Clouthier, 37, of 25 Pine St., Ogdensburg, pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct to satisfy a Dec. 24 charge of petit larceny at the Label Shopper, 701 Canton St. She was granted a one-year conditional discharge, fined and surcharged a total of $220 and ordered to perform 10 hours of community service.

Michael F. Johnson, 37, of 341 Belmont Courts, Ogdensburg, pleaded guilty to fourth-degree attempted criminal possession of a weapon to satisfy an August 2012 charge of fourth-degree criminal possession of a weapon, identified as a muzzle loader rifle.

Mr. Johnson was fined and surcharged a total of $220, granted a one-year conditional discharge an told to forfeit the weapon.

He was represented by the county Conflict Public Defender’s Office.

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