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OGDENSBURG — A 24-year-old Caroline Street woman is behind bars following her arrest Thursday on a slew of charges that include the alleged manufacture of methamphetamine and endangering the welfare of a child.

Ogdensburg City Police charged Kelsey L. Rubadue, 829 Caroline St., with one count of third-degree unlawful manufacture of methamphetamine, one count of endangering the welfare of a child, and one count of criminal possession of a hypodermic instrument.

Ms. Rubadue was also charged with resisting arrest.

She was arrested Thursday and arraigned in Ogdensburg City Court, where she was ordered held in the St. Lawrence County jail on $2,500 cash bail.

The arrest stems from an April 17 incident, when city police were asked to assist St. Lawrence County Child Protective Services with the welfare check of a child.

In a statement Friday, Ogdensburg Police Det. Sgt. David Layng said that on April 17 officers interviewed an unnamed occupant arrived at 829 Caroline St. As a result, a search warrant was issued.

According to police:

“A search warrant was executed on the residence, and evidence was collected in connection with the manufacturing of methamphetamine,” Mr. Layng said.

He said the police investigation into the incident is ongoing.

The Ogdensburg Police Department Narcotics Enforcement Unit was assisted by the St. Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office Drug Task Force, New York State Parole, and state police.


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