Schroon man arrested
A Schroon man was charged with felony criminal contempt and misdemeanor assault after an incident in Schroon Sept. 7, according to state police.
Michael L. Hall, 24, was arrested after an incident in which he violated an order of protection and injured another person, according to police. Hall was arrested Sept. 8, arraigned and sent to Essex County Jail.
Ticonderoga couple charged
A Ticonderoga man and woman were charged following an assault investigation Sept. 11.
Caleb Fleming, 21, allegedly hit Antone Teriele, 20, in the back of the head with a set of brass knuckles at a Champlain Avenue residence in Ticonderoga, according to Ticonderoga police.
When officers arrived, Karissa Cook, 26, who lives in the residence, lied to police, telling them Fleming was not there, police said.
Teriele did not require medical attention, police said.
Fleming was found to be in possession of a prescription drug not prescribed to him, police said.
Fleming was charged with first-degree assault, a felony; fourth-degree criminal possession of a weapon, a misdemeanor; and seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance, a misdemeanor.
Cook was charged with second-degree obstructing government administration, a misdemeanor.
Fleming was arraigned and sent to Essex County Jail in lieu of $2,500 cash or $5,000 bond.
A Ticonderoga man was charged with criminal possession of a firearm Sept. 7.
William J. Ferrell, 48, allegedly was in possession of a 357-caliber Colt army revolver without a handgun permit, Ticonderoga police reported.
He was charged with criminal possession of a firearm, a felony. He was released on a court appearance ticket.
A Ticonderoga man was charged with criminal contempt Sept. 6.
Mark Michalak, 31, was charged with first-degree criminal contempt, a felony, after he allegedly violated the terms of a court-issued order of protection when he engaged in a domestic dispute at a residence on Lake George Avenue in Ticonderoga, Ticonderoga police said.
Michalak was released on an appearance ticket, police said.
A Hague man was jailed Sept. 15 after he allegedly fired three shots from a high-powered hunting rifle toward a man as part of a property dispute, state police said.
David N. Busick, 38, was charged after the shots were fired around on a private road off New Hague Road, according to police.
Busick was charged with a felony count of reckless endangerment and misdemeanor counts of menacing and prohibited use of a weapon, police reported.
He was arraigned in Horicon Town Court and sent to Warren County Jail for lack of bail.
The man at whom Busick allegedly shot was a contractor who had been hired by a landowner to put up “posted” signs on property near Busick’s, police said. There had been a dispute about access to the land, police said.
The contractor was driving away from the area when he saw a man emerge from a home, point a rifle toward his vehicle and shoot from about 70 feet away, according to police.
The truck was not hit. No injuries were reported.