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UPDATE- Father and Son Arrested Following Underage Drinking Party-Sexual Misconduct with Minor Alleged

28 June 2016
Investigation into an underage drinking party leads to the arrest of a father and son

 

 NEW YORK STATE POLICE 
 Major Francis S. Coots
 Troop D Commander
  
 
PRESS RELEASE

 
Bradley Lyndaker                                 Tyler Lyndaker
State Police in Lowville arrested Bradley W. Lyndaker and Tyler J. Lyndaker from 7713 Wagner Road in New Bremen, NY after an investigation into an underage drinking party at their residence on March 25, 2016.The investigation revealed Tyler Lyndaker engaged in sex contact/intercourse with a 16 year-old female. This was subsequent to the 16 year-old female consuming alcoholic beverage(s) at an underage drinking party at Tyler’s residence on Wagner Road where Tyler’s father, Bradley Lyndaker, was present and allowed the consumption to occur.The charges are as follows:
  • Tyler J. Lyndaker, age 20 charged with Sexual Misconduct and Endangering the welfare of a child
  • Bradley W. Lyndaker, age 51 charged with Unlawfully Dealing with a child 1st degree.
Both were issued appearance tickets returnable to the Town of New Bremen Court on July 20, 2016, at 7 p.m.

Carthage Man Arrested

Source: NYS Police Watertown

A 29 year old Carthage man was arrested by the New York State Police last evening in the City of Watertown regarding a charge of drug possession.

Sports Review 6/28/16

Sports Review

Adirondack Trailblazers:
The Blazers lost yesterday’s double header against Utica. The score of the first game 5-1 and the second game 8-5. Today the Blazers take an off day and will resume their home stand tomorrow against the Outlaws.

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