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Posted on: May 16, 2018

City Police arrest two on County Court Indictment Warrants

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PLATTSBURGH POLICE DEPARTMENT

PRESS RELEASE

 

“City Police arrest two on County Court Indictment Warrants” 

 

DATE OF RELEASE: 05/16/2018

TIME OF RELEASE: 2:00 pm

On May 11, 2018, the Plattsburgh City Police Narcotics Unit arrested Sarah Provost 37 of Plattsburgh, New York, on a Clinton County Indictment Warrant issued by County Court Judge William Favreau charging her with Criminal Sale of a Controlled 3rd Degree(2cts) and Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance 3rd Degree(2cts).  All Class “B” Felonies.  Provost is accused of selling Crack Cocaine to a confidential Informant of the Plattsburgh City Police Narcotics Investigation Unit on January 25 and January 30, 2018.  Following her arrest Provost was committed to the Clinton County Jail pending her arraignment in Clinton County Court.  On May 14, 2018 Provost was arraigned in Clinton County Court and released into the Pre-Trial Release Program.   

On May 14, 2018, the Plattsburgh City Police Narcotics Unit arrested Devin M. Harrell 28 of Plattsburgh, New York, on a Clinton County Indictment Warrant issued by County Court Judge William Favreau charging her with Criminal Sale of a Controlled 3rd Degree(1ct) and Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance 3rd Degree(1ct).  Both Class “B” Felonies.  Harrell is accused of selling Cocaine to a confidential Informant of the Plattsburgh City Police Narcotics Investigation Unit on April 6, 2018.  Following her arrest, Harrell was committed to the Clinton County Jail pending her arraignment in Clinton County Court.  On May 15, 2018, Harrell was arraigned in Clinton County Court and committed to the Clinton County Jail on $5,000 cash /$10,000 bond.  

Both investigations were the result of a collaboration between the Plattsburgh City Police Narcotics Investigation Unit and Clinton County Districts Attorney’s Office.  District Attorney Andrew Wylie presented both cases to a Clinton County Grand Jury.

    

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Submitted by Detective Matthew Bell

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