Apr 07
by webadmin | 07 Apr : 07:51 |

April 7, 2014   
 
Missing from Plattsburgh, NY   
Date Missing:  April 4th, 2014   
KODI BECKLES, AGE 20 
DOB:  October 17, 1993 
SEX:  Male 
HGT:  5’ 10” 
WGT:  180 lbs. 
EYES: Brown 
RACE: Black 
Wears Glasses  
 
Kodi Beckles is a missing Plattsburgh State College Student with epilepsy. He was last seen on foot at an off-campus party, in the area of Cornelia and Wells St., at approximately 1:30am on April 4th, 2014.    
 
He was wearing a black T-Shirt, black dress pants, black and white checkered bow tie, and black baseball hat with black mesh rear and fluorescent pink and green writing on the front.   Kodi may be in need on medical attention.  
The pictures below show Kodi with and without glasses.  
 
 becklesk1.jpg   becklesk2.jpg
  
 
 
 
Authorized by 
Chief Desmond J. Racicot
 
 
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Mar 20
by webadmin | 20 Mar : 10:30 |

On Tuesday, March 18th, 2014 Plattsburgh Police received a tip alleging heroin was being sold from a
residence on Cornelia Street in the vicinity of Montcalm Avenue in the City of Plattsburgh.
Plattsburgh Police Detectives began investigating. By yesterday, Detectives had developed probable
cause to believe that heroin was being sold from 113 Cornelia Street, Apartment B. A search warrant
was issued by Plattsburgh City Court Judge Mark Rogers and was executed at about 4:30PM. Part of
Cornelia Street was closed by police during the entry.

Detectives seized 17 bags of heroin, cash and other evidence with the assistance from Border Patrol
K-9 and members of the Adirondack Drug Task Force. Arrested was CORNELIUS D. WESTON,
23yrs of Utica, NY. He was charged with Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance 3rd Degree
(Possession with intent to sell) a Class B Felony. He was arraigned in Plattsburgh City Court this
morning and remanded to the Clinton County Jail on $10,000 cash bail or $20,000 bond.

A mug photo is attached
 
 
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Cornelius D. Weston
 
 

Contact: Chief Desmond Racicot
Phone: 563-3411
 
 
 
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Mar 13
by webadmin | 13 Mar : 13:25 |

A snow emergency parking ban has been declared for all city wide streets to include City owned parking lots withing the City of Plattsburgh, effective from midnight until 6:00am March 13th, 2014.
 
Any vehicle parked on the city street between midnight and 6:00am may be ticketed and towed.  Any vehicle parked in a City owned parking lot between 2:00am and 6:00am may be ticketed and towed. If towed, a towing fee will be charged before the vehicle can be retrieved. 
 
This parking ban also includes:
The south end of the City Parking lot on Durkee Street
 
Vehicles are still prohibited from parking on unpaved area between curbs and sidewalks. These vehicles will be ticketed. Vehicles in these areas that cause a safety hazard will also be towed away. 
 
If you have any questions or your vehicle is towed, you may call the City of Plattsburgh Police Department at 563-3411 for information and instructions on retrieving your vehicle.  Or, you can find more information on the Parking Ban Tow Lists page of this website.
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Mar 13
by webadmin | 13 Mar : 07:57 |

A snow emergency parking ban has been declared for all city wide streets to include City owned parking lots withing the City of Plattsburgh, effective from midnight until 6:00am March 13th, 2014.
 
Any vehicle parked on the city street between midnight and 6:00am may be ticketed and towed.  Any vehicle parked in a City owned parking lot between 2:00am and 6:00am may be ticketed and towed. If towed, a towing fee will be charged before the vehicle can be retrieved. 
 
This parking ban also includes:
The north end of the City Parking lot on Durkee Street
 
Vehicles are still prohibited from parking on unpaved area between curbs and sidewalks. These vehicles will be ticketed. Vehicles in these areas that cause a safety hazard will also be towed away. 
 
If you have any questions or your vehicle is towed, you may call the City of Plattsburgh Police Department at 563-3411 for information and instructions on retrieving your vehicle.  Or, you can find more information on the Parking Ban Tow Lists page of this website.
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Mar 12
by webadmin | 12 Mar : 08:55 |

A snow emergency parking ban has been declared for all city wide streets to include City owned parking lots withing the City of Plattsburgh, effective from midnight until 6:00am March 12th, 2014.
 
Any vehicle parked on the city street between midnight and 6:00am may be ticketed and towed.  Any vehicle parked in a City owned parking lot between 2:00am and 6:00am may be ticketed and towed. If towed, a towing fee will be charged before the vehicle can be retrieved. 
 
This parking ban also includes:
The north end of the City Parking lot on Durkee Street
 
Vehicles are still prohibited from parking on unpaved area between curbs and sidewalks. These vehicles will be ticketed. Vehicles in these areas that cause a safety hazard will also be towed away. 
 
If you have any questions or your vehicle is towed, you may call the City of Plattsburgh Police Department at 563-3411 for information and instructions on retrieving your vehicle.  Or, you can find more information on the Parking Ban Tow Lists page of this website. 
 
 
 
 
 
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Feb 21
by webadmin | 21 Feb : 15:27 |

On February 15th at approximately 4:04 am, Plattsburgh City Police were called to 123 Cornelia Street for a reported assault on a male inside his apartment.  Upon arrival police found the tenant of the apartment, Todd R. Bishop (29) in need of medical attention.  The Victim was transported and treated at CVPH Emergency Room suffering a fracture to his right cheekbone, an injury to his right eye and several severe facial lacerations.   
 
During the course of the investigation City Police Detectives discovered that Heith J. Duprey (26) and Brad M. Aylward (27) both of West Chazy, NY forcefully entered the residence of Bishop and assaulted him. The investigation revealed the assault took place over the purchase and distribution of “K2” or Synthetic Marihuana in this area.   
 
Both Males fled the scene and were hiding out in the Clinton County area.  Aylward was apprehended on Tuesday at the America’s Best Value Inn in Plattsburgh.  Duprey was located on Thursday at a residence in Keeseville and arrested without incident.     
 
The follow charges were filed:   
 
Brad M Aylward was arrested on 02/18/2014 for 1 count of Burglary in the 1st Degree (Class B Felony) and one count of Assault in the 2nd Degree (Class D Felony)   
 
Heith J Duprey was arrested on 02/20/2014 for 1 count of Burglary in the 1st Degree (Class B Felony) and one count of Assault in the 2nd Degree (Class D Felony).   
 
Both Suspects were arraigned in Plattsburgh City Court and sent to the Clinton County Jail in lieu of $20,000 cash bail or $40,000 secured bond.       
 
Mug Shots are attached. 
 
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Brad M. Aylward
 
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Heath J. Duprey
 
 
Contact: Chief Desmond Racicot Phone: 563-3411 
 
 
 
 
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Feb 10
by webadmin | 10 Feb : 16:30 |

At 5:10 AM this date, the Plattsburgh Police Department received a 911 call from a paper carrier on
Maryland Road who found a note on the door at 79 Maryland Road reporting a murder suicide.
Officers arrived, made entry and found an apparently deceased female in a bedroom with gunshot
wounds. That female was later identified as 61 year old Ann Cashman. A note found inside the
residence directed officers to the City Marina Parking lot on Dock Street where officers located a
pickup truck matching the description of one that was missing from the 79 Maryland Road residence.

Officers set up a perimeter around the marina and called in the Plattsburgh PD Special Response
Team. Utilizing armored rescue vehicles, the team approached and found 63 year old, Wayne
Cashman dead from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound a short distance from the vehicle.

The investigation, at this point, has revealed that Wayne and Ann Cashman were married and they
resided in the 79 Maryland Road residence together. The investigation, including motive, is
continuing at this time.
 
Contact: Chief Desmond Racicot
Phone: 563-3411
 
 
 
 
 
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Feb 10
by webadmin | 10 Feb : 09:00 |

At 5:10 AM this date, the Plattsburgh Police Department responded to a City residence based upon
the report of a Murder Suicide at that location. Officers located a deceased female inside the
residence, and then shortly after, located a deceased male at a separate outdoor location. Plattsburgh
Police Detectives were called in to investigate. Police are in the process of making family
notifications. No other details can be released until proper notifications are complete. There is no
reason to believe the public is in danger.
 
Contact: Chief Desmond Racicot
Phone: 563-3411
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Jan 30
by webadmin | 30 Jan : 03:00 |

Yesterday evening, members of the Adirondack Drug Task Force (ADTF), assisted by Plattsburgh
PD Detectives and Patrol Officers, executed two Search Warrants on Margaret Street in the City of
Plattsburgh searching for heroin. The raids resulted in a seizure of 12 grams of unpackaged heroin,
56 bags of heroin, 30 grams of crack and powdered cocaine, cash and marihuana. The 12 grams of
heroin would have yielded 120- $30 bags of heroin once packaged.

Arrested were EIRSHAWN DONLEY, 35yrs and SHENIKA BOYD, 33yrs, both of Albany, NY
who were both charged with 2 counts each of Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance 3rd
Degree. In addition, DONLEY was arrested on an outstanding parole warrant out of Albany, NY for
violation of parole on his Criminal Possession of a Weapon 3rd conviction.

Both were arraigned this morning in Plattsburgh City Court. DONLEY was remanded to the Clinton
County Jail without bail; BOYD was committed in lieu of $50,000 cash bail or $100,000 bond.

Both will reappear on a future date. Mug photos are attached.

The Adirondack Task Force consists of officers from the Clinton County Sheriff’s Department,
Plattsburgh Police Department, New York State Police, Drug Enforcement Administration,
Homeland Security Investigations, United States Border Patrol, US Customs and Border Protection
Air and Marine Wing and most recently the PSUC University Police Department.
 
boyd_shenika_33yrs.jpgSHENIKA BOYD
    donley_eirshawn_35yrs.jpg
 EIRSHAWN DONLEY
 
Contact: Chief Desmond Racicot
Phone: 563-3411
 
 
 
 
 
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Dec 12
by webadmin | 12 Dec : 12:00 |

City Police have arrested a third suspect in connection with the AXP Fraternity assault investigation.
Jake Feldman, 20 yrs, of Old Bethpage, NY was arrested yesterday afternoon by Nassau County PD
Detectives and transported back to Plattsburgh for arraignment on a charge of Assault 2nd Degree. A
mug photo is attached and the investigation continues.
 
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Jake Feldman
 
Contact: Chief Desmond Racicot
Phone: 563-3411
 
 
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