on Wednesday, 20 March 2013.
The New York State Police issued a statement warning people not to donate money or give personal information if you are contacted by the Fraternal Order of Police. The State Police say the New York State Police ..."does not solicit funds over the phone or by any other means. If you receive a call from the Fraternal Order of Police, also known as the Fraternal Order of Troopers, asking for money to benefit Troopers injured in the line of duty, please be advised that these calls are not from the New York State Police."
on Tuesday, 19 March 2013.
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The Department ofEnvironmental Conservation is investigating an emaciated black bear that wasdiscovered last week at McCauley Mountain.The bear was spotted by a chairlift operator. Town of Webb Police responded to the scene& observed the bear & noted that its fur was thin & its bones wereshowing through its skin. The animalalso appeared to have trouble walking.Police Chief John Russell had the animal euthanized & the DEC wasthen notified & photographed the animal before transporting it from thescene. A DEC spokesperson stated thatthe bear went into hibernation with a pre-existing mange condition that gotworse as the winter progressed. The DECis currently conducting tests on the animal.
An accidentinvestigation led to a charge for a 52 year old West Carthage man. Jefferson County Sheriff's Deputies reportthat Edmund Rebb was charged by with aggravated DWI following an investigationinto a motor vehicle accident Friday night in the Village of WestCarthage. His blood alcohol content wasallegedly 0.19% & he will answer the charge in Village of West CarthageCourt.
A 56 year oldLowville man was in Lewis County Court for sentencing on 3 counts of criminalcontempt 2nd degree.According to the court report from the Johnson Newspapers, James Louckswas sentenced to two consecutive one-year terms in county jail, with creditgiven for time already served, along with $250 in court fees. Acting County Judge Donald Todd also issuednew, five-year orders of protection on behalf of the victims. Also in Lewis County Court, 34 year oldMichael Sage of Greig pleaded guilty before County Judge Daniel King on acharge of DWI & sentencing was set for April 12th. 35 year old Billie Wilmot had his case offirst-degree criminal sex act, two counts apiece of third-degree rape andfirst-degree sexual abuse, four counts of third-degree sexual abuse and fivecounts of third-degree criminal sex act adjourned to May 10th, witha possible trial date set for June 10th. Judge Todd is presiding over the Wilmot case
Two women were arrestedfollowing a drug raid in the Town of Lee.Oneida County Sheriff's Deputies report that members of the OneidaCounty Drug Enforcement Task Force along with the Oneida County Sheriff'sEmergency Response Team executed a search warrant on March 14th at aresidence on State Route 26 in the Town of Lee.Investigator's reportedly located a quantity of cocaine, drugparaphernalia, and two long guns inside the residence. 2 individuals that were located inside theresidence, identified as 19 year old Sharice Whaley of Canastota and 23 yearold Katie Burns of Frankfort were taken into custody and charged with criminal possessionof a controlled substance 3rd degree, which is a class B felony,criminal possession of a controlled substance 5th degree, which is aclass C felony, and criminal possession of a controlled substance 7thdegree, which is a class A misdemeanor.Both women were arraigned in the Town of Lee Court and remanded to theOneida County Jail in lieu of $10,000 bail.
2 Boonville area youths were charged with petitlarceny. Boonville Police report that an11 year old & a 14 year old, whose names were not released due to theirages, were charged stemming from an incident that occurred on March 2ndat the Great American on Main Street where the 2 allegedly entered the store& removed cigarette lighters without paying for them. The youths & their parents were issuedappearance tickets returnable to Oneida County Family Court on April 2nd.
on Friday, 15 February 2013.
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Congressman discusses budget issues
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