GRAND LARCENY - WADDINGTON - A Waddington woman charged with using a credit card to run up over $3,500 in bills around the county has been jailed after being charged Saturday with six felony counts and three misdemeanors.
Massena-based state police charged April M. Streeter, 32, of Waddington with two counts of fourth-degree grand larceny, four counts of fourth-degree criminal possession of stolen property and three counts of petit larceny. The charges were filed in connection with incidents that occurred in the town of Waddington, village of Canton, town of Potsdam, village of Massena and city of Ogdensburg.
She reportedly used a credit card that belonged to a non-profit organization in Waddington and had been stolen from one of the organizations volunteers.
The arrest was made at 207 Halfway House Road, Waddington. Streeter was arraigned by Massena Town Justice Gerald P. Sharlow and sent to the St. Lawrence County Correctional Facility with bail set at $2,500 cash.
HYPODERMIC INSTRUMENT - POTSDAM - Massena-based state police charged Anthony M. Hanson, 23, of Natural Bridge and Corey A. Parsons, 24, of Carthage at 11:46 p.m. Saturday following a traffic stop on Route 310, near Buffham Road, in the town of Potsdam. Hanson was additionally charged with unlawful possession of marijuana and third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and was ticketed for operation of an uninspected motor vehicle.
PROPERTY DAMAGE ACCIDENTS - CANTON - State police from around the region investigated a number of property damage accidents on Saturday. Among those:
■ Erin E. Hayes, 33, of Potsdam at 7:42 p.m. on state Route 68, near Arnold-Wagner Road, in the town of Oswegatchie.
ANIMAL CRUELTY - HAMMOND - Ogdensburg-based state police charged Danielle M. Tuttle, 24, of Hammond with two counts of animal cruelty and one count of neglect of an impounded animal after responding to a complaint at 1:02 p.m. Saturday. The arrest was made at 311 Lake St. The charges stemmed from an investigation launched after troopers received a complaint that there were dead cats in the kitchen of her Lake Street residence and a third malnourished cat at that residence.