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Sun., Oct. 4
Serving the community of Ogdensburg, New York

City court sends forged instrument case to grand jury


The case of an Ogdensburg man accused of three counts of felony criminal possession of a forged instrument will go to a St. Lawrence County grand jury.

In Ogdensburg City Court Tuesday, the case of Kenneth A. Lee, 51, of 400 Mansion Ave., Apt. A, was sent to the grand jury. Court records stated that he wrote checks for $15, $25.94 and $20.58 from another person’s account between December and March.

He is represented by the St. Lawrence County Public Defender’s Office.

In other cases before Judge William R. Small:

Corey S. Grice, 43, of 1332 Ford St., Ogdensburg, faced an April 10 charge of endangering the welfare of a child. He allegedly pushed his son, Corey S. Jr., 16, into a wall and hit him with a telephone. His case was adjourned to April 30 and he was told to comply with a no-harassment order of protection for his son.

He will seek legal counsel from the public defender’s office.

Sandra L. Pike. 48, of 804 Mansion Ave., Ogdensburg, pleaded not guilty to an April 18 charge of misdemeanor seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance, which court documents identified as two Alprazolam pills. Her case was adjourned to May 7 and she will seek legal counsel from the public defender’s office.

Jamie K. Shaver II, 25, of 151 Belmont Courts, Ogdensburg, pleaded guilty as charged in October to misdemeanor fifth-degree criminal possession of stolen property. He was accused of withdrawing $100 from a bank using a debit belonging to Charmaine J. Shaver, 52, Ogdensburg. He will be sentenced July 2. He is represented by the county conflict defender’s office.

Terry D. Power, 31, of 1105 Knox St., Ogdensburg, pleaded guilty to an October petit larceny and to satisfy additional charges of third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation from March and July, suspended registration and no insurance from March, possession of a hypodermic instrument from July and trespass from August.

He was given a one-year conditional discharge and told to pay $28.25 restitution to Price Chopper, Ford Street Extension, for the petit larceny charge. He was represented by the county conflict defender’s office.

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