WATERTOWN — Nathan D. Mills, 29, of 242 Ward St., was charged by city police Wednesday with second-degree harassment for physical contact.
According to police records, Mr. Mills was arrested at his home address. He was given a summons for his charges and released on scene.
Jacqueline Brown, 26, of Evans Mills, was charged by state police Wednesday with second-degree criminal contempt.
According to police records, Ms. Brown was arrested in the town of LeRay at about 9:44 p.m., and was given an appearance ticket for her charge.
Trevijon E. Monell, 27, of Cape Vincent, was charged by state police Wednesday with first-degree promoting prison contraband and third-degree criminal possession of a weapon with a previous conviction.
According to police records, Mr. Monell was arrested in the town of Alexandria, and was held pending arraignment.
An unnamed 15-year-old male, of LaFargeville, was charged by state police Wednesday with third-degree burglary.
For the same incident, an unnamed 14-year-old male, also of LaFargeville, was charged with third-degree burglary.
Both individuals were arrested at about 2:09 p.m. in the town of Orleans, and both were given appearance tickets for their charges.
Chelsey L. Kulp, 33, of 359 Franklin St., was charged by the sheriff’s office with declaration of delinquency.
She was arrested Monday, arraigned and held in jail.
Natasha M. Hubbard, 37, of 1708 Ohio St., was charged by the sheriff’s office with petit larceny after she allegedly stole nearly $70 worth of merchandise from Walmart last week.
On Nov. 12, Ms. Hubbard allegedly stole $66.32 worth of merchandise from the store located on Route 3. She was arrested that day and later released with a ticket to appear in court.
Ariel L. Carlisle, 35, of 204 Creekwood Drive, was charged by the sheriff’s office with violating probation.
Ms. Carlisle was arrested Tuesday and held in jail ahead of an appearance in County Court.
A bench warrant was executed on Melissa A. Cook, 35, 230 Riverside Ave., Theresa. She was arrested Tuesday and later released on her own recognizance.
Xavier M. Irizarry, 25, of 10622 Room 234 5th Armored Division Drive, LeRay, was charged by the sheriff’s office with second-degree criminal contempt after he allegedly violated a stay-away order of protection.
On Monday, Mr. Irizarry is alleged to have texted the protected party before meeting in person with them, where a domestic dispute occurred. He was arrested at about 11:30 a.m. and later released to the military.