Waddington residents arrested for allegedly making meth
Wednesday, December 6, 2017 - 1:20 pm

WADDINGTON – Two Waddington residents were arrested by county sheriff’s deputies Dec. 3 for allegedly manufacturing methamphetamine.

Michael Remillard, 37, and Ruth Green, 25, were both charged with third-degree unlawful manufacturing of methamphetamine, a class D felony, a press release from the sheriff’s department said.

The arrested followed an investigation and execution of a search warrant conducted by members of the county sheriff’s drug task force. The task force includes Ogdensburg city police, border patrol agents, Homeland Security investigators, Gouverneur and Massena village police, and the state police contaminated crime scene team.

Both Remillard and Green were arraigned in Pierrepont town court by Judge Camp, said the sheriff’s department.

Remillard was remanded to the St. Lawrence County Correctional Facility on $2,500 cash bail, or $5,000 bond.

Green was released to the supervision of probation.

Both are due back in court at a later date for further court proceedings.

The investigation is ongoing with more charges pending, said the sheriff’s department.