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Mary Jo Guyette would face probation but not see any jail time for allegedly stealing more than $117,000 from Potsdam Court coffers under the terms of a plea bargain worked out with prosecutors. Guyette had been a court clerk when she allegedly stole from fines and other court funds and altered records in an attempt to conceal the thefts:

 

A thief is a thief and thieves belong in jail.

Gregory Lalonde


As long as the restitution is made, I am good with this sentence.

Jonathan Persons


This is crazy. Who is going to give this person a job so she can pay this money back?

R. Roach


How about giving my money back? I am not a wealthy woman and I paid a significant fine during that time period. The money may have gone in her pocket.

Diane Colbert


Fort Drum families have been the target of a cruel telephone scam.  Someone, pretending to be the military, calls with bogus news about a battle-related casualty:

 

What the heck is wrong with people! This makes me sick.

Nichola Tulloch Berry


If you're stupid enough to fall for it, well, let me not finish that thought. But I have no sympathy.

Heather Carona


The restaurant that calls itself Watertown's oldest could be forced to move. The Crystal Restaurant has been served with an eviction notice. Both parties say the eviction is over the lease:

 

I hope they work it out. It is a landmark for Watertown.

Michael Wheaton


The owner of the building has every right to negotiate a lease. If the tenants don't like it, then they have the right to leave. Public opinion should have absolutely no standing in this situation.

Amanda Reynolds Weldon
 

Wednesday, September 3, 2014
, Watertown, NY

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