on Thursday, 04 October 2012.
LOWVILLE Village police arrested a 17 year old Town of Lowville teen with sexual offenses earlier this week. Police charged Douglas M. Tuttle on one count each of sexual misconduct and endangering the welfare of achild, both misdemeanors.The alleged incident involved a 14 year old and reportedly occurred in February of this year. The complaint was filed by the victim's mother according to Johnson Newspapers.
Five people were injured in a 3 car motor vehicle accident at the construction zone inLowville yesterday morning. Charges are pending against a 92 year old woman who allegedlywent past the construction flag person at a higher rate of speed striking twoother vehicles moving through the construction zone..
Lowville Village Police reported to local media that KatherineRozanski of Lowville apparently dropped her purse on the floor of her car; whenshe tried to move it with her feet, the vehicle accelerated and slammed intothe vehicle in front of her driven by 21 year old Scott teal of Lowville. His car was shoved out of the way and Officials said Rozanski's car then struck a third vehicle in front of her driven by 62year old Lester Schermerhorn of Castorland. Flag workers in the constructionzone were forced to jump out of the way, police said.
In all, five people were hurt, including Rozanski, her two passengers, 83 yearolds Herbert and Bernadette Farney of Lowville, Scott Teal, the driver of thesecond car as well as a passenger in the third car, 50 year old Peggy Hosmer.All injured were taken to Lewis County General Hospital for treatment of theirinjuries. South State Street was closed for two hours until the scene could becleared. The accident is still under investigation.
on Wednesday, 03 October 2012.
Lewis County Sheriff's deputies are investigating a one car, one person fatal motor vehicle accident that occurred around 12:37PM at the intersection of Gardner road and sears pond road in the town of Montague. Preliminary investigation reveals that a vehicle being operated northbound on sears pond road exited the right side of the roadway at the Gardner road intersection and then became airborne and struck a tree further information to be released pending the notification of next of kin.. The cause of the accident is still under investigation. The Lewis County Sheriff's department was assisted at the scene by EMS 1, New York State Police, Lewis County Search and Rescue and Lowville Fire.
on Monday, 30 July 2012.
2 men were charged with criminal nuisance 2nd degree. Boonville Police report that 22 year old Ryan Wendt of Vernon & 26 year old Andrew Hadlock of Munnsville were charged with allegedly damaging a no parking sign on Post Street & tampering with lights on Adirondack Elementary School Property. Both subjects were arraigned in Town of Steuben Court & were remanded to the Oneida County Jail on $250 cash bail or bond.
on Tuesday, 10 July 2012.
We spoke with Lowville MayorDonna Smith, who discusses the highway constructionproject.Interview AudioMayor Smith has more on highwayconstruction tomorrow.
on Friday, 29 June 2012.
The New York State STOP DWI Association has announced that law enforcement across New York will take part in a special enforcement effort to crack down on drunk driving this 4th of July holiday. The crackdown effortbegins today & goes through July 5th. The 4th of July is historically the deadliest holiday period of the year for impaired driving. State Police, County Sheriff & local police departments will be out in force to reduce the number of alcohol-related injuries & deaths.
The US Senate has passed legislation banning a host of chemicals in synthetic drugs. The banned substances include those associated with synthetic marijuana, synthetic hallucinogens, and the drugs commonly known as bath salts. The legislation will now go to the president's desk for approval. At least one death in Onondaga County has been attributed to bath salts. The chemicals have also been connected to a series of bizarre and often violent incidents throughout the region. Emergency personnel have seen a dramatic increase in the number of incidents involving synthetic drugs, while poison control centers have also seen a climb in cases associated with the substances.
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