Man Charged With Trespassing, Endangerment

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A Clayton man faces charges for allegedly trespassing at a Chaumont marina and leaving behind a loaded weapon.

Jefferson County sheriff deputies say 18 year old Jacob McConnell admitted to hunting without permission on property belonging to Adams' Chaumont Bay Marina.

He also admitted, police say, to leaving behind a gun he knew was loaded. The weapon was discovered by a marina employee several days later.

McConnell was ticketed for trespassing and second degree reckless endangerment. He was released to appear in Lyme town court at a later date.

Sunday, December 21, 2014
, Watertown, NY

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