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REMSEN- Police say a woman from Oneida County is accused of disobeying a court order in the town of Remsen.

The State Police in Remsen report an alleged incident that occurred early Thursday.

According to Troopers, Michelle L. Gengler, 31, of Remsen was charged Thursday afternoon with a misdemeanor count of Criminal Contempt in the second-degree (disobeying a court order).

Details from the daily blotter indicate that Gengler was issued with an appearance ticket.

At press time, police said an investigation is pending. There were no further details made available from authorities.  

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