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Watertown man gets year in jail for probation violation

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A Watertown man was resentenced Wednesday in Jefferson County Court to a year in the Metro-Jefferson Public Safety Building after admitting he violated probation by unwittingly ingesting the drug “bath salts.”

Cheyenne J. LaJoie, 34, whose last known address was 25533 Ridge Road, also admitted that he failed to follow through with outpatient substance abuse treatment. Mr. LaJoie told Judge Kim H. Martusewicz that an acquaintance had put liquid bath salts into his drink without his knowledge.

While under the influence of the drug, Mr. LaJoie was charged with disorderly conduct for being in the middle of a busy highway, Judge Martusewicz said.

At the time, Mr. LaJoie was serving two concurrent probation sentences, both for criminal contempt convictions.

In other activity:

Brian G. Kimmett II, 21, whose last known address was 1311 Bronson St., was sentenced to six years’ probation and ordered to register with the state as a Level 1 sex offender for a Jan. 23 guilty plea to sexual misconduct. He admitted to having sexual contact with a 14-year-old girl July 13 on Superior Street.

William J. Kiblin Jr., 39, Watertown, pleaded guilty to first-degree criminal contempt. He admitted that on Feb. 23, he violated a City Court order of protection held by Michelle R. Ricks by having unwanted physical contact with her. He is expected to be sentenced May 29 to six months in the PSB, followed by five years’ probation.

John T. Milazzo, 23, Watertown, pleaded guilty to third-degree burglary.

He admitted that on Jan. 26, he entered the Coffeen Street residence of Brittany L. Camidge with the intent to commit a crime. He is expected to be sentenced May 28 to five years’ probation.

Dominic A. Rima, 33, of 305 Gotham St., Apt. 3, pleaded guilty to third-degree criminal possession of a forged instrument. He admitted that on March 2 in the town of Watertown, he altered a doctor’s prescription to obtain a drug other than the one prescribed. He is expected to be sentenced May 29 to three years’ probation.

Michael J. Paul, 32, of 310 William St., pleaded guilty to second-degree criminal contempt.

He admitted that on April 12, he violated an order of protection by going to the Davidson Street residence of the protected party, Hillary A. Collins, and refusing to leave. He is expected to be sentenced May 17 to three years’ probation.

Melissa A. Barnwell, 34, Watertown, pleaded guilty third-degree attempted criminal mischief. She admitted that she tried to damage property at her former apartment on Academy Street.

She is expected to be ordered to pay $2,300 in restitution at sentencing May 24.

Tyler E. Langley, 20, admitted violating probation and will be resentenced at a later date. She admitted violating a five-year probation term imposed in June for a drug-possession conviction by leaving the county without notifying her probation officer and by being arrested on unspecified felony charges in New York City.

Lon M. Miller, 27, Redwood, was arraigned as a fugitive wanted in Florida on unspecified charges. He waived his extradition rights and agreed to be returned to Florida to face the matters pending there.

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