Town Justice-April 11, 2023 - Kevin E. Fiske
Clerk: Heather Kish
Court Constable: Dustin Anderson
Phone: 315-389-5171 x1
BIO: Kevin grew up in North Lawrence, New York, and was raised on a farm of ten thousand chickens and one hundred and fifty sheep. He graduated from St. Lawrence Central in 1978. He then attended Potsdam State University for his undergraduate in English and Computer Science, also playing hockey for the NCAA Division III school. He worked at the Kraft plant in North Lawrence during the Summers, paying for his college.
In 1983 Kevin was selected for the NY State Police Academy, successfully graduating in September 1983. He was stationed at SP Massena for 12 very eventful years before being promoted to the B.C.I. in 1995. After being assigned to SP Canton for one year, he transferred to the Narcotics Unit. Kevin retired from the SP in 2007. In 2008 he opened Hacker Sports, a hockey Pro shop in the Tri-town arena and remains in business today. After working as a Private Investigator for several years, he was a founding member of Black Horse Investigations and Security, also remaining in business today. Kevin was asked to become the Stockholm Town Constable, specifically Court security, in 2015, by the Honorable Wayne Williams. Kevin was recently approached by Judge Williams to take over the Court upon his retirement. In April of this year, he was appointed T/Judge by the Stockholm T/Board.
Kevin has lived in and served the Tri-Town area for his entire life. He lives on his 200-acre farm with his dog and 40 sheep, with his family close by.
Court Clerk Hours:
Labor Day to Memorial Day: Monday-Thursday from 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Closed daily from noon to 1 for lunch.
Memorial Day to Labor Day: Monday-Thursday from 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Closed daily from noon to 1 for lunch.
1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month beginning at 5:00 p.m.
Anything over $66.00 - fee is 2.49%
*If a defendant with a Vehicle and Traffic Ticket misses their court date without notifying the court, the court will issue ONE reminder letter and then if there is still no contact, the court will begin the suspension process 60 days after their 1st scheduled appearance.
*Failure to pay fines in a timely matter will subject a defendant to a judgement being filed against your credit; or if warranted, a warrant will be issued on Criminal Cases!