Log Bay Day busy for local law enforcement

T he annual Log Bay Day party on Lake George was a busy one for local law enforcement agencies.

On July 30 the Washington County Sheriff’s Department and the New York State Forest Rangers conducted a road check on Sly Pond Road at the intersection of Daisy Clearing in the town of Fort Ann.

The joint effort resulted in 58 arrests or violations, including six DWIs, 10 for unlawful consumption of alcohol under the age of 21, eight for unlawful possession of marijuana, 27 traffic tickets, one obstruction of government administration, one criminal impersonation, one for possession of a hypodermic needle, one for harassment in the second degree and three for littering.

The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation and the Warren County Sheriff’s Department made a number of arrests as well, including several for boating while intoxicated.

Log Bay Day is an unofficial event held annually on the last Monday of July. Log Bay is accessible via boat or by car through the Knapp Estate area in Fort Ann.

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