Two more Ogdensburg residents charged with Potsdam Walmart thefts
Thursday, August 16, 2012 - 9:07 am

POTSDAM -- Two Ogdensburg residents have been charged with shoplifting from Potsdam Walmart on Aug. 4, and additional charges have been issued for two others involved in an Aug. 3 theft.

Sarah A. House, 28, of 103 Pine St., and Jeffrey P. Gagnon, 35, of the same address were charged in with petit larceny and sixth-degree conspiracy for an alleged shoplifting incident at Potsdam Walmart that occurred Aug. 4, St. Lawrence County Sheriff's deputies say.

Sarah Shannon Wangler, 19, and Justin Wangler, 18, both of 819½ New York Ave., were also charged with conspiracy and petit larceny for the Aug. 4 incident.

The Wanglers were also among the five Ogdensburg residents who were charged Wednesday for an Aug. 3 shoplifting incident.

Also arrested for the Aug. 3 thefts were were Richard J. Larue, 36, and Brenda L. Larue, 37, both of 813 Mechanic St., and Kimberly M. Parmeter, 39, of 909 Mechanic St..

They were all issued tickets to appear in Potsdam Town Court.