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Guilty plea to criminal trespass charge in city court.

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An Ogdensburg man pleaded guilty Tuesday to a charge of second-degree criminal trespass.

In Ogdensburg City Court, Curtis L. Lottie, 24, last known address 104 Gates St., was placed on probation for three years and fined $100. He was accused of entering a residence at 100 Spring St. in January.

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

In other cases Tuesday before Judge William R. Small:

Noelle L. Bishop, 20, of 1102 Ford St., Ogdensburg, pleaded not guilty to a May 7 charge of second-degree aggravated harassment. She allegedly sent threatening text messages to Kendra M. Remi, 20, of 316 Belmont Courts, Ogdensburg. She was released on her own recognizance, told to comply with a no-contact order of protection for Miss Remi and will be back in court on July 16 with legal counsel from the public defender’s office.

Patrick H. Wing, 24, of 448 Belmont Courts, Ogdensburg, was granted an adjournment in contemplation of dismissal in six months of an April 7 charge of petit larceny. He was accused of taking two pieces of scrap metal valued at $2 from the vacant mechanical trades building at the St. Lawrence Psychiatric Center.

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

Joshua D. Bouchey, 34, of Saranac Lake, was granted an adjournment in contemplation of dismissal in six months of an March 23 charge of disorderly conduct.

He was accused of fighting with Shane R. Bell. He was also told to comply with a no harassment order of protection for Mr. Bell.

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

Sean D. Barber, 45, of 422 Pine St., Ogdensburg, was granted an adjournment in contemplation of dismissal in six months of an May 5 charge of second-degree harassment. He was accused of yelling at Zachary D. Barr, of 819 Washington St., Ogdensburg.

He was told to comply with a no-harassment order of protection for Mr. Barr.

He was represented by attorney Mary E. Rain, Ogdensburg.

David M. Grant Jr., 23, of 1302 Ford St., Room 2, Ogdensburg, will be back in court on July 9 to answer a fugitive from justice order from the state of Vermont, where he is wanted for first-degree aggravated domestic assault. He is being held in the St. Lawrence County jail, Canton.

He is represented by the Conflict Public Defender’s Office.

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