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Ogdensburg woman’s drug possession case goes to grand jury

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The alleged drug possession case of an Ogdensburg woman will be heard by a St. Lawrence County grand jury, it was decided in city court on Tuesday.

Angela A. Hutchison, 43, of 624 Irvine St., was charged Sept. 20 with third-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance, identified in court documents as cocaine as well as Lyrica and Buprenorphine pills.

She is represented by the St. Lawrence County Public Defender’s Office.

In other cases Tuesday before Judge A. Michael Gebo:

—The aggravated criminal contempt case against John D. Latray, 50, of 300 Franklin St., Ogdensburg, will be heard by a grand jury. He is accused of violating a court order of protection on Oct. 13.

He is represented by attorney Mary E. Rain, Ogdensburg.

—Edward G. Gagnon III, 23, of 73 Turner Road, Hammond, will have Aug. 23 charges of aggravated driving while intoxicated, driving while ability impaired by drugs, endangering the welfare of a child - his two children were allegedly traveling with him - criminal possession of a hypodermic needle and failure to keep right heard by a grand jury.

He is represented by county conflict defender’s office.

—Debra J. Smith, 50, of 428 Knox St., Apt. A, Ogdensburg, was fined $300 and ordered to pay $255 in surcharges for a guilty plea to a December 2010 charge of driving ability impaired by drugs. Also, her driver’s license was suspended for 90 days.

She was represented by the public defender’s office.

—Sasha A. Block, 26, of 405 Ford Ave., Ogdensburg, pleaded guilty to harassment to satisfy July 19 charges of third-degree attempted assault and second-degree unlawful imprisonment of Deseree L. Calton. She was given a one-year conditional discharge, fined $100, ordered to pay $120 in surcharges and told to abide by a no harassment of protection for Miss Calton.

She was represented by the public defender’s office.

—Kinnith A. Pitt Baugh, 27, of 625 Ford St., pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct to satisfy an Aug. 25 charge of petit larceny related to stealing $10 worth of recyclable containers from the Elks Lodge at 322 Caroline St. He was given a one-year conditional discharge, fined $100 and ordered to pay $10 restitution.

He also pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct to satisfy Sept. 26 charges of petit larceny and fourth-degree criminal mischief related to stealing $15 worth of recyclable containers from the forcibly-opened Elks storage shed. He was given a one-year conditional discharge, fined $100, ordered to pay $15 restitution and perform 20 hours of community service.

He was represented by the public defender’s office.

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