Two weapons arrests made in Gouverneur
Friday, May 20, 2011 - 8:55 am

GOUVERNEUR -- State police have made two weapons arrests in Gouverneur.

One involves stolen weapons, and the other alleges possession of weapons by a convicted felon.

Derek E. Noble, 31, of Ogdensburg, was charged with for grand larceny 4th degree.

Troopers allege Noble stole a .270 cal Remington Sportsman 78 rifle, a New England Firearms 12 gauge shotgun, and a Marlin .22 cal semi-automatic model 60w rifle from a family member’s residence in the Village of Gouverneur in December 2010.

Noble was arraigned in the Village of Canton Court and released under the supervision of St. Lawrence County Probation.

Louis Mandigo, 47, Gouverneur, was charged with criminal possession of a weapon 4th degree, criminal possession of a controlled substance 7th degree, and a violation of Public Health Law section 3345, controlled substance in non-original container.

Mandigo is a convicted felon alleged to be in possession of three rifles and a shotgun, and alleged to have been in possession of a narcotic drug at the time of his arrest.

Mandigo was issued appearance tickets returnable in the town of Gouverneur Court on May 26 at 9 am.