on Tuesday, 25 June 2013.
In the Boonville Village Police Report for last week, Village police handled one criminal mischief complaint, one fraud complaint, one complaint of illegal dumping, one landlord tenant dispute, 1 suspicious vehicle complaint, 2 animal complaints, one noise complaint, 2 disorderly youth complaints, 2 youths were removed from the pool after it was closed, one person was removed from the park after hours, they assisted other agencies three times along with vehicle and traffic complaints.
In other news from Boonville, The Boonville Pool in Erwin Park will be closed for maintenance until further notice.
The Lewis County Youth Bureau Advisory Board is asking organizations to apply for a portion of more than $3,000 available to help prevent juvenile delinquency through positive youth development.
Up to $2,291 is available in initiative funding, targeted at early intervention and prevention services. It requires a dollar-to-dollar match from non-state or federal money.
An additional $1,196 in Special Delinquency Prevention Program, intended to be used for youths most likely to become involved in the criminal justice system, also is available. For more information or to obtain an application packet, call Penny L. Demo, Youth Bureau director, at 376-5411, or write to Lewis County Youth Bureau, 5274 Outer Stowe St., Lowville, N.Y. 13367. The deadline for submission of proposals is Aug. 16.
We continue with Congressman Richard Hanna, who discusses the future of the Farm Bill.
Tomorrow, Mr. Hanna has more on sequestration.
on Monday, 24 June 2013.
The New York State Senate approved Brittany’s Law to increase the safety and awareness of communities by creating a registry of convicted violent felons. The bill establishes a statewide violent felony offender registry by requiring certain convicted felons to register with the New York State Department of Criminal Justice Services upon release from prison. Brittany’s Law is named for a 12-year-old girl murdered in 2009 along with her mother in Ontario County. The killer was on parole at the time of the murder, serving 2 ½ years of a three-year sentence for assaulting his infantdaughter. The bill requires violent felony offenders to register with the state upondischarge, parole, or release from any facility, hospital, or institution. Similar to the state’s Sex Offender registry, violent felons would be assigned risk levels. Annual registration requirements and corresponding procedural guidelines would be established to allow local law enforcement agencies and the state to monitor the whereabouts of violent felony offenders. The bill is under consideration by the Assembly.
We recently spoke with Dr. Manoj Vora, who discusses how he got interested in mountain climbing.
Tomorrow, Dr. Vora discusses what inspired him to climb the high peak on all 7 continents.
We spoke with Congressman Richard Hanna, who discusses the Farm Bill, which was recently defeated.
Tomorrow, Mr. Hanna has more on the failure to pass the Farm Bill.
Texting was reported to be the cause of accident which caused minor injuries and DWI charges for a New Bremen woman, Lewis County Sheriff's Deputies report that 21 year old Rachael M. Stelmach became distracted while texting whendriving her car on the Number Three Road Friday evening. Her 2011 Hyundai struck a guardrail then came to rest in a ditch after exiting the roadway. She was transported to Lewis County General Hospital by Lewis County Search and rescue and treated for minor injuries. While deputies were interviewing Stelmach, they detected a strong odor of alcohol and a blood sample was taken to determine her blood alcohol content. She was then issued appearance tickets for Driving while intoxicated, failure to keep right, and operating a vehicle while using a portable electronic devise. All three tickets are returnable to the Town of Denmark Court at a later date.
A 20 year old Natural Bridge man was arrested twice in two days. Logan M. Moore Natural Bridge was arrested Thursday in Syracuse with another Natural Bridge Resident, Jeremiah Markwick for being in a vehicle reported stolen from the Village of Carthage. Markwick was remanded to the Lewis County jail on a felony probation warrant from Lewis County probation. Moore was arraigned in Carthage and charged with possession of stolen property and remanded to the Metro Jeff Public Safety Building without bail. While in the Metro Jeff jail, Mr Moore .was charged by Watertown police on Friday morning with fourth-degree criminal mischief in a June 8th incident in which He is accused of punching the front door of an apartment on Mill St., in Watertown, causing a window to break. He was also charged with seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance and second-degree obstruction of government administration. Police allege he possessed cocaine while a passenger in a vehicle during a traffic stop in the 200 block of Mill Street and then ran from the scene jumping off a cliff along the banks of the Black River.
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