MASSENA - A 39-year-old Ogdensburg man was returned to the St. Lawrence County Correctional Facility with bail continued at $1,000 cash or $2,000 bond on four petit larceny counts pending in Massena Town Court.
Everett J. Dibble of 1068 Washington St., Apt. A, Ogdensburg, is also reportedly being held at the county jail on a parole detainer and on a charge pending in county court. Massena Town Justice Gerald P. Sharlow told Dibble he was going to maintain the bail at $1,000 on the charges pending in Massena Town Court.
Dibble fled Olympia Sports after being observed stealing a Fox motocross red and black winter jacket on the evening of Feb. 22. He ran out of the store, through the food court and hopped in a taxi before he was apprehended by state troopers. The coat was valued at $249 but was on sale for $61.76 when it was stolen.
During the investigation, it was discovered Dibble had shoplifted a hoodie valued at $21.43 from Imagine, a females watch valued at $26.74 from Sears and a pair of Nike VXT running shoes valued at $51.49 from The Shoe Department.
Dibble, in a statement he signed for police, admitted stealing the merchandise. I took the stuff because I have no money for food or rent. I am sorry I took stuff, he noted in the statement he signed in February for state troopers.
In other recent court action before Judge Sharlow:
■ Cody James Anderson, 21, of 175 McKinley Ave., Massena, was fined $75 and a $125 surcharge for an unlawful possession of marijuana conviction. He was found in possession of a marijuana pipe during an Aug. 18 traffic stop on County Route 42. Troopers said they had smelled marijuana when they approached the vehicle at the traffic stop.
■ Brian K. Boots, 34, of 374 Rooseveltown Road, Massena, was ordered to pay a $125 surcharge and was placed under a one-year conditional discharge with a stipulation he abide the terms of an order of protection directing him not to harass, annoy or alarm his father after pleading guilty to a second-degree harassment count.
He had been charged with punching his father three or four times in the face during an argument July 18 at their residence. The court noted the incident appeared to have been alcohol-related.