Norfolk man jailed for unlawful imprisonment for driving over 100 mph with passenger in vehicle
POTSDAM -- A Norfolk man was jailed Tuesday for driving his vehicle over 100 mph during a domestic dispute and not stopping to let the passenger out, according to St. Lawrence County sheriff's deputies.
Michael Middlemiss Jr.., 24, 92 State Highway 56 was charged with unlawful imprisonment, felony, third-degree assault, second-degree reckless endangerment, and reckless driving, officers said.It is alleged that Middlemiss also struck the victim in the face causing minor injuries, deputies said.
The incident occurred on County Route 59 and the Sweeney Road, officers said.
Middlemiss was arraigned in Lisbon Town Court and jailed on $2,000 bail and will appear in Potsdam Town Court at a later date, deputies said.