Police log: April 20, 2007 PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, April 20, 2007

CHAMPLAIN — A teenager faces felony charges after making a bomb threat at Northeastern Clinton Central School.
State Police based in Plattsburgh said faculty at the school notified troopers that a note had been found about 11:45 a.m. Wednesday in a girls bathroom at the High School saying a bomb would go off that day.
State Police, the U.S. Border Patrol, the Rouses Point Police Department and Champlain Fire Department all sent personnel, and the school was evacuated.
A Border Patrol bomb dog searched the building, but nothing suspicious was found.
State Police arrested a 16-year-old girl, whose name was not released.
She was charged with first-degree falsely reporting an incident, arraigned in Champlain Town Court and sent to Clinton County Jail.
PLATTSBURGH — A Champlain woman was arrested Wednesday in connection with a violent robbery attempt in November 2006.
As part of an ongoing investigation by Plattsburgh City Police, Angela Gonyo, 20, faces a felony charge of second-degree attempted robbery after she was identified as the alleged third culprit in a violent attack at Adirondack Lane last year.
According to Plattsburgh City Court documents, Gonyo allegedly attempted to steal a wallet out of the victim's pants pocket while two men punched him in the face and kicked him in his side to subdue him during the robbery.
The former Plattsburgh resident will reappear in City Court at a later date to face the charge.


TICONDEROGA — A passenger in a car that hit a school bus in Ticonderoga Wednesday, Colleen Smith of Hague, was still listed in critical condition Thursday at Fletcher Allen Health Care.
The driver of the car, Janice Smith of Hague, was released from Fletcher Allen in Burlington Wednesday evening.
The driver of a car in a second, unrelated crash in Ticonderoga Wednesday, Pamela Grogan of Ticonderoga, whose vehicle hit a tree, was listed in good condition at the Burlington hospital.
— By News Editor Lois Clermont and Staff Writers Andrea VanValkenburg and Lohr McKinstry



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