Police Officer Pleads Not Guilty To Harassment Charge

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An Ogdensburg City Police officer pleaded not guilty to harassment charges at his arraignment in Canton Town Court Wednesday afternoon.
 
Corey Maxner was charged after he allegedly repeatedly kicked and pounded on the door of a female's home at 16 Nickerson Street in Canton around 10:30 p.m. May 11.

Police say Maxner was highly intoxicated and disoriented when he allegedly attempted to gain entry to the residence.

He did not know the female who lived there, police said.

Maxner is alleged to have attended a gathering at SUNY Canton's Zeta Alpha Phi fraternity house.

Maxner was placed on "a couple of days" of administrative leave by Ogdensburg Police Chief Richard Polniak, but has since returned to work.
 
Judge Christopher Curley continued an order of protection issued to the female complainant.
 
Maxner is to return to court again June 19.

See our earlier report

Tuesday, September 16, 2014
, Watertown, NY

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