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Saint Regis Mohawk Tribal Police Blotter as of 08/02/2018

On July 20, police charged Mark E. Monroe, 35, of Massena with speeding (allegedly 57-35 mph zone). Ticket is returnable to Tribal Court on Aug. 6.

On July 20, police picked up Tehatakenta Boots on a warrant and cited him with speeding. He was arraigned in Bombay Town Court ordered to return Aug. 20. The speeding citation is returnable to Bombay Town Court on Aug. 14.

On July 21, police charged Lynne C. Thompson, 59, of Hogansburg (allegedly 52-35 mph zone) and Jeffrey R. Jock, 51, of North Bangor (allegedly 60-35 mph zone) with speeding. They were released with tickets for Tribal Court.

On July 22, police charged Dawn M. Montour, 36, of Kahnawake, Quebec (allegedly 54-35 mph zone) and Marcia A. Gordon, 41, of Massena (allegedly 50-35 mph zone) with speeding. Tickets are returnable to Tribal Court on Aug. 13.

On July 23, police charged Mickey J.T. Delormier-Thomas, 28, Hogansburg twice in the same day. In the first incident, she was charged with three counts of endangering the welfare of a child and a single count of second-degree aggravated harassment. She was arraigned in Bombay Town Court and ordered to return Aug. 7. In a separate incident, Delormier-Thomas was charged with second-degree criminal contempt. For that count, she was arraigned in Bombay Town Court and remanded to the Franklin County Jail, Malone, in lieu of $1,000 bail or $2,000 bond.

On July 23, police charged Christian R. Slate, 65, of Northfield, N.H. with speeding (allegedly 62-35 mph zone). Ticket is returnable to Tribal Court on Aug. 6.

On July 23, police picked up Tony R. Thomas, 33, of Hogansburg on a warrant. He was turned over to the Massena Village Police for further prosecution.

On July 23, police picked up Deanna M. Smoke-Tarbell, 40, of Akwesasne, N.Y. on a warrant. She was arraigned in Bombay Town Court and remanded to the Franklin County Jail in lieu of $3,000 bail or $6,000 bond and was to have returned July 31.

On July 25, police charged Stephan M. Thomas, 30, of Akwesasne, N.Y. with third- and fourth-degree stalking, second-degree criminal contempt and three counts of endangering the welfare of a child, all misdemeanors. He was arraigned in Bombay Town Court and ordered to return Aug. 21.

On July 25, police charged Daphne V. King, 19, of Hogansburg with inadequate headlight. Ticket is returnable to Tribal Court on Aug. 13.

On July 25, police charged Daniel A. Richard, 56, of Massena with speeding (allegedly 46-35 mph zone). Ticket was returnable to Tribal Court on Aug. 6.

On July 26, police charged Nyrah H. Jefferson-Logan, 26, of Rooseveltown with second-degree aggravated unlicensed operation, speeding (allegedly 54-35 mph zone) and unregistered motor vehicle. Tickets are returnable to Bombay Town Court on Aug. 21.

On July 26, police picked up Donald R. Swamp, 55, of Hogansburg on a warrant. He was arraigned in Bombay Town Court and remanded to the Franklin County Jail in lieu of $2,000 bail or $4,000 bond and was to have returned Aug. 7.

On July 27, police charged Heather L. Square, 31, of Akwesasne, Ontario with second-degree aggravated unlicensed operation and uninspected motor vehicle. Tickets are returnable to Bombay Town Court on Aug. 28.

On July 27, police charged Katsitsiakatsthe V. Sharrow, 31, of Akwesasne, Ontario with third-degree assault and two counts of endangering the welfare of a child, misdemeanors. Tickets are returnable to Bombay Town Court on Aug. 14.

On July 28, police charged Michael L. Jock, 44, of Hogansburg with driving while intoxicated and no tail lights. Tickets are returnable to Bombay Town Court on Aug. 28.

On July 28, police charged Scott A. Martin, 37, of Akwesasne, N.Y. with third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation and speeding (allegedly 58-35 mph zone). Tickets are returnable to Bombay Town Court on Aug. 21.

On July 28, police charged with speeding Sonya L. Rockhill, 32, of Fort Covington (allegedly 53-35 mph zone); Sierra C. Delormier, 25, of Hogansburg; and Darren P. Bonaparte, 53, of Cornwall, Ontario. Tickets are returnable to Tribal Court on Aug. 13.

On July 29, police charged Jodanna M. Logan, 38, of Hogansburg with speeding (allegedly 55-35 mph zone). Ticket is returnable to Tribal Court on Aug. 13.

On July 29, police charged Jillian N. King, 31, of Hogansburg with inadequate headlights. Ticket is returnable to Tribal Court on Aug. 20.

On July 30, police charged Mathew J. Labrake, 34, of Brasher Falls with second-degree harassment. Ticket is returnable to Bombay Town Court on Aug. 14.

On Aug. 1, Police charged Leah J. Cook, 36, of Hogansburg with inadequate headlight. Ticket is returnable to Tribal Court on Aug. 20.

New York State Police:

Jonathan P. Lazore, 25, of Hogansburg was charged with unlawful possession of marijuana at 1:35 a.m. July 26 on state Route 122 in Constable.

Jared F. Garrow, 23, of Hogansburg was charged with third-degree assault and third-degree menacing at 4:29 p.m. July 30 in Massena.

A 17-year-old from Akwesasne, Quebec was charged with unlawful possession of marijuana, unregistered vehicle and no license at 10:37 p.m. Aug. 2 on county Route 1 in Fort Covington. He was released with an appearance ticket.

In Franklin County Court before Judge Robert Main on July 30:

Russell L. Terrance, 36, of Hogansburg, was sentenced to two years in state prison with one year of post-release supervision after admitting he violated probation. On Jan. 18, 2017, he had pleaded guilty to two felony counts of fifth-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance. His original sentence was five years’ probation, with the first 180 days in the Franklin County Jail. He had originally been charged with two counts each of third-degree criminal sale and possession of a controlled substance stemming from April 2015 incidents. He was arrested in a February 2016 drug sweep and accused of selling hydromorph contin.

Francine A. Thomas, 35, of Hogansburg, was sentenced to five years of probation after pleading guilty to third-degree burglary. She had originally been charged with second-degree burglary in connection with a residential break-in in the town of Fort Covington reported on Aug. 27. A muzzleloader and a crossbow were reported stolen and later recovered.

 

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