Man hurt in North Hudson crash

Police Report

A Ticonderoga man faces a felony charge for allegedly embezzling more than $50,000 from a local business.

Matthew J. Hall, 39, was arrested Sept. 18, accordint to Ticonderoga police. He is alleged to have embezzled the funds from Blodgett Supply in Ticonderoga.

Hall was charged with second-degree grand larceny, a felony. He was arraigned before Justice James O’Bryan and released under supervision of the Essex County Probation Department to reappear in Town Court at a later date.

Probation violation

A Ticonderoga man is in jail after a probation violation.

Mark C. Michalak, 31, was arrested by Ticonderoga police on a criminal contempt charge. He was on probation following a first-degree criminal contempt conviction stemming for his arrest on that charge in October 2012.

That arrest stemmed from violation of an order of protection issued on behalf of his ex-girlfriend due to alleged domestic incidents.

Michalak was arraigned before Essex County Judge Richard B. Meyer and remanded to Essex County Jail without bail. He is to reappear in court at a later date.

Crown Point crash

Three people were injured in a three-car accident in Crown Point Sept. 18

At about 8:40 a.m., Jaimie J. Cheney, 36, of Moriah, was eastbound on Bridge Road when her Kia struck the side of another vehicle headed west, driven by Adam W. Rice, 32, of Albany. Cheney then struck another westbound car driven by Roy B. Haynes, 59, of Moriah, state police reported

Cheney, Rice and a passenger in Rice’s car, William Rice, 36, were transported to Moses Ludington Hopistal in Ticonderoga. Cheney had a head injury, Rice had a back injury and William had bruising, Fleishman said.

Cheney was ticketed for failure to keep right.

Ti accident leads to arrest

A Keeseville man was injured in a one-vehicle accident Sept. 17 in Ticonderoga.

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