Potsdam man jailed following alleged domestic dispute
POTSDAM — A Potsdam man was charged with criminal mischief on Maynard Street Saturday morning, according to Potsdam police.
Kyle J. Neuroth, 29, was charged with second-degree criminal mischief at 7:11 a.m. following an alleged domestic dispute, officers said.
He was ordered held on $1,000 bail in St. Lawrence County jail, police said.
Potsdam police cite three following traffic stops
POTSDAM — Potsdam police said they charged several people following traffic stops on Saturday. Those charged included:
• Michael J. Branca, 21, Cranston, Rhode Island, was cited for speed in zone and obstructed license place at 12:50 a.m.
• Stuart N. Robidoux, 44, Colton, was cited for failure to keep right and unlicensed operator on Pierrepont Avenue at 1:15 a.m., officers said.
• Kayla M. Perry, 23, Norwood, was cited for consumption of an alcoholic beverage in a motor vehicle on Market Street at 10:54 p.m.
All of the above subjects were cited and released.
Potsdam police blotter, Oct. 12
0009 Traffic Stop on Sandstone Drive
0016 Traffic Stop on Sandstone Drive
0050 Traffic Stop on Maple Street
0111 Potsdam Rescue dispatched to a call
0115 Traffic Stop on Pierrepont A venue
0130 Unsecure Premise in Market Square Mall
0203 Traffic Stop on Maple Street
0250 Traffic Stop on Sandstone Drive
0315 Traffic Stop on Maple Street
0711 Domestic on Maynard Street
0922 Welfare Check on Market Street
0944 Potsdam Fire dispatched to a call
1256 Odor on Market Street
Norwood resident charged with making graffiti in Potsdam
POTSDAM — A Norwood resident was charged Saturday with making graffiti on near a local business on Market Street May 7, according to Potsdam police.
Daylon J. Hotte, 21, was cited for making graffiti at 11:30 a.m. and released on an appearance ticket, officers said.
Potsdam police cite four motorists with driving infractions
POTSDAM — Potsdam police said they charged four motorists with driving infractions on Friday. Those charged included:
• Konnor T. Bookhout, 20, Bainbridge, was cited for following too close on Maple Street at 2:30 p.m. following a two vehicle property-damage accident.
• Emanuel V. Garcia-Nyers, 20, Rochester, was cited for third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation and inadequate head lights on Main Street at 8:33 p.m.
• Madeline M. Kirk, 21, Durhamville, was cited for failure to stop at a stop sign on Leroy Street at 11:12 p.m.
Potsdam police blotter, Oct. 11
0231 Intoxicated person on Market Street
0235 Traffic stop on Maple Street
0723 Juvenile at 3 8 Main Street
0730 Lost Property at 38 Main Street
0929 School Check on Leroy Street
0950 Traffic Stop on Maple Street
1034 Traffic Stop on Elm Street
1104 Accident on Market Street
1113 Potsdam Rescue dispatched to a call
1131 Fraud at 3 8 Main Street
1150 Harassment on Leroy Street
1155 Parking Problem on Waverly Street
1252 Accident on Main Street
1327 Vehicle Escort on Main Street
Knights men's hockey takes down Michigan 3-1 at Yost Ice Arena
Career-first goals, second efforts and another strong goaltending performance powered 11th-ranked Clarkson University to a 3-1 victory in Ann Arbor over Michigan at Yost Ice Arena on Saturday. The win gives the Golden Knights a 1-0-1 record after the opening series of the season. The Golden Knights and Wolverines skated to a 1-1 overtime tie in Friday's season opener.
The opening period once again featured teams trading penalties and scoring chances. However, it would be a first-time goal getter who dented the twine.
Mannella stops 40 as Saints men's hockey, Brekke earn first win
Daniel Mannella made 40 saves and the St. Lawrence men's hockey team got goals from Kaden Pickering, Ryan Garvey and Zach Risteau en route to a 3-2 win over Mercyhurst at the Mercyhurst Ice Center in Erie, Pennsylvania on Saturday night.
The win is both the first of the season and the first for Charles W. Appleton II Head Coach Brent Brekke with the Scarlet and Brown.
Ogdensburg Library Fall Book Sale and Membership Drive
OGDENSBURG -- The Friends of the Ogdensburg Public Library invite the public to its annual Fall Book Sale and Membership Drive at the Ogdensburg Public Library.
The Fall Book Sale and Membership Drive will run on Thursday, October 17 (5 pm to 8 pm); Friday, October 18 (9 am to 5 pm); Saturday, October 19 (9 am to 3 pm) and Monday, October 21 through Friday, October 25 (during regular Library hours) and on Saturday, October 26 (9 am to 3 pm).
Norwood-Norfolk Elementary School has recognized students of the month for September in UPK, kindergarten and first grades. They are, from left, row 1, I. Colby, G. Haggett, L. LaBar, L. Russell, J. Fregoe and S. Skeels; row 2, A. Skeels, L. Murray, L. Felt, A. Martin, K. Deshane, M. Hollis, H. Capone and M. Colby; row 3, F. Hewitt, P. Crites, S. French, J. Maynard, X. Love, J. Bush, Z. Barkley, G. Hasenauer and M. Colby. Photo from NNCS.