Capital Region News

 

Three Women and Car full of Trouble

Three women from Malone are facing charges of drug possession and stolen property, according to the Warren County Sheriff’s Office.

On Wednesday, August 6, Officer Jeremy Coon came upon a disabled car on the Northway near Exit 20 in Queensbury around 11:45 p.m. While talking with the driver, Lisa Bronson, and passengers, Coon became suspicious when they told different stories about where they were headed. Coon then searched their vehicle and found clothing, cosmetics and other property that had been stolen earlier in the day from the Target Store at the Aviation Mall in Queensbury and the Wal-Mart in Wilton, authorities said.

Lisa Bronson, 40, of Malone, is charged with one count of criminal possession of stolen property (4th Degree, Class-E Felony), one count of criminal possession of a controlled substance (4th Degree, Class-C Felony), and one count of criminal possession of a controlled substance (Class-A misdemeanor). She was found with Suboxone and Amphetamine-Dexamphetamine tablets that she wasn’t prescribed for, authorities said.

 

Ann Marie Fournier, 29, of Malone, is charged with one count of criminal possession of a controlled substance (4th Degree, Class-C Felony) and three counts of criminal possession of a controlled substance (Class-A misdemeanor). She was found with Methylphenidate and Clonazepam that she wasn’t prescribed, authorities said.

 


Brandy Tracy, 33, of Malone, is charged with one count of criminal possession of stolen property (4th Degree, Class-E felony).

All three were arraigned in Queensbury Town Court and sent to the Warren County jail in lieu of $10,000 cash bail or $20,000 bond. Patrol Officer Cortney Howse assisted with the arrest.

 

More Articles