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Local News

Gouverneur Police Blotter

Dan McClelland

Village of Gouverneur Police Chief Laurina Greenhill provided the Gouverneur Tribune Press the following account of recent activities by the Gouverneur Police Department:
Donald M. Lazarus, 63, Gouverneur, NY, arrested on Saturday, March 3, 10:39 p.m. at 67 Prospect St. and charged with two counts petit larceny following a police investigation into two separate shoplifting incidences that occurred at Kinney Drugs on February 26th & 27th, 2018. On each occasion he is alleged to have stolen a clutch bag worth $10.79 concealed it on his person and left the store without rendering payment. Subject was released on appearance tickets returnable to the Gouverneur Town Court.
Ricardo M. Smith, 20, Buffalo, NY, charged on Saturday, March 3, 5:07 p.m. for speed in zone (66/30) on W. Main St. Subject was issued a traffic summons returnable to the Gouverneur Town Court.
Corey C. Cyrus, 19, Gouverneur, NY, arrested on Sunday, March 4, 1:45 p.m. at 21 Sterling St. and charged with criminal contempt 2nd degree and unlawful possession of marijuana following a domestic complaint. Investigation revealed Cyrus disobeyed a court order of protection by going to the protected party’s residence knowing that he was required to stay away. He was also found in possession of marijuana. He was arraigned at the Gouverneur Town Court before Justice Stan Young and released on his own recognizance.
Richard L. Cyrus, 25, Gouverneur, NY, arrested on Wednesday, March 7, 3:03 p.m. at 41 William St. and charged with assault 2nd degree. Cyrus is alleged to have struck his brother, Corey C. Cyrus, 19, same address, in the face with a metal rod causing physical injury during a physical fight over a video game at 41 William Street. Defendant was arraigned at the Gouverneur Town Court before Justice Travis Dann and remanded to the SLCCF on $500 cash bail/$1000 bond. Co-defendant, Corey C. Cyrus, was charged with assault 2nd degree on March 8, 2018.
Corey C. Cyrus, 19, Gouverneur, NY, arrested on Thursday, March 8, 4:35 p.m. at 41 William St. and charged with assault 2nd degree following investigation of a March 7th, 2018 domestic incident. Cyrus is alleged to have struck his brother, Richard L. Cyrus, 25, same address, with a 4 foot 6 inch long skateboard grinding pipe causing severe contusions during a physical fight over a video game at 41 William Street. Defendant was arraigned at the Gouverneur Town Court before Justice Travis Dann and remanded at the SLCCF on $500 cash bail/$1000 bond. Co-defendant, Richard L. Cyrus, was previously charged with assault 2nd degree on March 7, 2018 in connection with the incident.
Jonathan M. Blair, 36, Gouverneur, NY, charged on Monday, March 12 at 2 p.m. at the Gouverneur Police Department with speed not reasonable, leaving the scene of a property damage motor vehicle accident and aggravated unlicensed operation 3rd degree following investigation of a hit and run property damage incident on Sterling St. that occurred at approximately 4 am. Blair is alleged to have been operating a 2006 Pontiac when he lost control and drove onto the lawn of 6 Sterling St. and struck a fence and then left the scene. He was issued traffic summonses returnable to the Gouverneur Town Court.
A 40-year-old man in Gouverneur was put on a mental health arrest at 1:41 p.m. on Monday, March 12 on Spencer St. following a police investigation. He was transported to Claxton Hepburn Medical Center for evaluation.
Myshel D. Bisard, 24, Gouverneur, NY, charged on Thursday, March 15, 11:43 a.m. for leaving the scene of a property damage motor vehicle accident on Grove St. Defendant was issued a traffic summons returnable to the Gouverneur Town Court.
Troy D. Burns, 30, Ogdensburg, NY, arrested on Thursday, March 15, 10:30 p.m. for aggravated unlicensed operation 3rd degree on E. Main St. A warrant check indicated he was wanted on an arrest warrant issued to the Jefferson County Sheriff’s office. He was issued traffic summons returnable to the Gouverneur Town Court and turned over to the Jefferson County Sheriff’s office for further process.
Mary E. McIntosh, 50, Gouverneur, NY, arrested on Friday, March 16, 2:25 p.m. at 316 W. Main St. and charged with falsely reporting an incident 3rd degree following a police investigation of a March 7th, 2018 incident. She is alleged to have placed a 911 call reporting an ongoing domestic incident involving a male punching a woman in the face at the Save-a-Lot store knowing that the incident in fact did not occur. Defendant was arraigned at the Gouverneur Town Court before Justice Travis Dann and remanded to the SLCCF on $500 cash bail/$1000 bond.
A 34-year-old man in Gouverneur was put on mental health arrest on Saturday, March 17 at 5:02 p.m. on East Main St. following a police investigation. He was transported to Claxton Hepburn Medical Center for a mental health evaluation.
Heather M. Cole, 27, Gouverneur, NY, charged Saturday, March 17, 10:20 p.m. for failing to stop at stop sign on Sterling Street. Subject was issued a traffic summons returnable to Gouverneur Town court.
Jerred B. Wilson, 24, Gouverneur, NY, arrested on Monday, March 19, 5:00 p.m. at 242 E. Main St. following investigation of a two car property damage motor vehicle accident in the Stewarts store parking lot. Wilson was determined to have operated a 2003 Volkswagen that struck another vehicle. He was charged with criminal possession controlled substance 7th degree, possession of hypodermic instrument, aggravated unlicensed operation 2nd degree and no inspection. Wilson was further charged with aggravated unlicensed operation 2nd degree, speed not reasonable and unsafe tires (2 counts) in connection to a personal injury motor vehicle accident that occurred on February 7, 2018 on William St. Wilson is alleged to have been operating a 2001 Toyota pickup truck south on William Street when he lost control of the vehicle due to weather conditions, unsafe tires and unsafe speed and struck a utility pole. He suffered injury and was transported to a Syracuse hospital. Investigation revealed his NYS driving privileges had been revoked. Defendant was arraigned on all charges from both incidences at the Fowler Town Court before Justice Ryan Young and remanded to the SLCCF on $2500 cash bail/$500bond.
Isaac F. Lancto, 28, Gouverneur, NY, arrested on Wednesday, March 21, 11:09 a.m. at the Gouverneur PD after turning himself in to answer a bench warrant issued by Justice Stan Young alleging he failed to appear on a prior date. He was arraigned before Justice Travis Dann and remanded to the SLCCF on $500 cash bail/$1,000 bond.
Dustin A. Hitsman, 29, Gouverneur, NY, arrested on Wednesday, March 21, 4:50 p.m. at the Gouverneur PD and charged with petit larceny following investigation of a February 28, 2018 shoplifting incident at Kinney Drugs. He is alleged to have stolen Burberry Fragrance worth $26.99, 2 Gum Toothbrushes worth $4.98, sunglasses worth $19.99 and Huggies Baby Wipes worth $2.99 totaling $58.28 by concealing the products in a Kinney Drugs Bag and leaving the store without rendering payment. Hitsman was released on appearance ticket returnable to the Gouverneur Town Court.
Amy L. McGregor, 45, Hermon, NY, charged on Thursday, March 22, 1:30 p.m. at the Gouverneur PD for facilitating aggravated unlicensed operation 3rd degree following investigation of a property damage motor vehicle accident that occurred on March 19th, 2018 at the Stewart’s store parking lot. She is alleged to have allowed Jerrod B. Wilson, 25, of 42 Whitford Rd., Gouverneur, NY to operate her 2003 Volkswagen knowing that his NYS driving privileges had been revoked. Mr. Wilson was previously charged from the same incident.
Ryan C. Hughes, 22, Ogdensburg, NY, arrested on Thursday, March 22, 2:53 p.m. at 99 W. Main St. as he was wanted by the NYSP on an active bench warrant issued by the Norfolk Town Court for failing to appear. Hughes was transported to the Gouverneur Police Department and turned over to the New York State Police for further process.