on Tuesday, 03 December 2013.
A 45 year old Chicago man was injured in a 1-vehicle accident that occurred at around 3:58 p.m. on State Route 365 in the Town of Trenton near Mapledale Road. Oneida County Sheriff Robert Maciol reports that Deputies and State Police found a vehicle driven by Rafer Caudill on its passenger side against a tree which had live power lines tangled in the tree. Emergency crews were not able to medically treat Caudill for approximately a half an hour until National Grid personnel arrived on scene. Once National Grid personnel were on scene they very quickly turned off the power. Caudill was then removed by Holland Patent and Barneveld Fire Departments and transported by Prospect Ambulance to St. Elizabeth's Hospital for treatment of head and leg injuries. That portion of Route 365 was closed to traffic for approximately one and one half hour. Caudill was committed to St. Elizabeth's Hospital for a mental health evaluation after an investigation by Sheriff's Deputies concluded that he intentionally drove his vehicle into the trees in an attempt to harm himself. Caudill was also issued several traffic tickets returnable to the Town of Trenton Court at a later date.
A 31 year old Lowville man is facing 4 counts of endangering the welfare of a child & 3 counts of tattooing a child less than 18 years of age. Lowville Police report that William Morley was charged as part of an ongoinginvestigation for allegedly tattooing & piercing the bodies of victims who were less than 18 years of age. Morley was issued appearance tickets returnable to Village of Lowville Court at a later date.
A 21 year old Boonville man was charged with a violation of the Boonville Ordinance Law. Boonville Police report that Joshua Amicucci was charged with using profane, vulgar, or obscene language in a public placeor on public streets stemming from an incident on Wednesday night on Main Street where Amicucci allegedly began screaming obscentities at the police as they passed by on the street. He was issued an appearance ticket returnable to Village of Boonville Court December 11th to answer the charge.
A Friday afternoon incident led to charges for a 30 year old Port Leyden woman. State Police report that Cindy Miller was charged assault 3rd degree, criminal mischief and endangering the welfare of a child after she allegedly struck a male with a picture frame and her elbow, as well as breaking a portable stereo system along with other items. Following arraignment, she was remanded to the Lewis County Jail on $1,000 bail.
A Saturday morning fire damaged a home in the Town of Western. Western Fire officials report that a woman was sleeping in her residence on Sly Hill Road when she awoke to the sound of a smoke alarm and rushed to call 911. Western Firefighters responded to the scene along with mutual aid from Lee Center. The firefighters report that the fire had broken out in the basement, causing a lot of smoke and water damage, however the fire was contained to the basement & the house is repairable. No injuries were reported in the fire.
Lewis County homeowners whose homes are in need of repair may be eligible for grant funds to assist with the cost. The Johnson Newspapers report that Lewis County Legislators will submit an application for U.S. Housing and Urban Development Small Cities Community Development Block Grant for housing rehabilitation assistance, pending receipt of eligible applications from homeowners, with the more applications received the more likely grant funds will be awarded to Lewis County. Income limits are up to $40,950 for a household of 3 with priority is given to those who have the lowest incomes and the greatest need. A public hearing to provide information about the program is scheduled for 5 p.m. today in the legislative chambers during the regularly scheduled monthly legislators' meeting. Interested people also can call 376-2639 to receive an application.
on Monday, 02 December 2013.
The South Lewis Central Middle School will give a performance this week. We spoke with Ryan Fitzgerald, who has more.
Once again, the performances will be Thursday, Friday, & Saturday in the South Lewis Auditorium.
Disabled American Veterans are looking for drivers. We spoke with Andrew Newcomb, who has more.
We will discuss the screening process tomorrow.
Hospice services explained
State Police investigating fatal accident
Man sentenced for killing his son
Rome woman arraigned on charges in fatal accident
Whitesboro man charged with DWI
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