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Swap Shop for Friday September 23

wanted: single bottom plow with three point hitch---also three point hitch disc. Call me 315865-5657

For sale
Indoor stationary bike trainer that can be used with your bike inside your home. The bike stand converts your bike to an indoor fitness machine. Foldable for easy storage and transport. Study frame that will fit any style of bike with wide legs so your bike is secure. Approximately 15 lbs. In excellent condition $45.00 call 771-3443

For sale, I have 4 COOPER WEATHER - MASTER. tires that have about 300 miles on them. The size is 215/60R16 $75 takes all four. I can Deliver locally. Call Lyons. Falls. 617-2837

For Sale: Used Kenmore Air Conditioner. Works very well
will fit in your window. $35.00
Also a pair of Goodyear tires P225/55R17
Used very little: make offer
Phone: 942-4150

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Garage Sale tomorrow 9/24 7273 Moose River Road in Port Leyden

Garage Sale
Fri Sept 23-Sun Sept 25
ANTIQUES COLLECTIBLES TOYS DISHES CLOTHES & 1988 Chevy pick up 1500.00 obo....EVERYTHING U CAN IMAGINE!! STOP BY AND SEE!!!
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Connecticut Women Injured in ATV Accident

A 56 year old Connecticut women was injured in a personal injury ATV accident that occurred in the parking lot of the Timberview Lodge in Turin.

Lewis County Court Reports for Friday, September 23

The Following are the Lewis County Court reports from Friday, September 23rd as reported by the local website linkinglewiscounty.com:

49 year old Brenda Roth of Deer River, appeared with defense attorney Gary Miles
filing a motion to have the Grand Jury testimony in the case released to the
defense prior to the trial, scheduled for December 5th. Judge King heard
arguments from the prosecution and defense and will make a ruling in the near
future. In July, reinstated charges of second-degree Manslaughter, Criminally
Negligent Homicide, Tampering With Evidence and Endangering the Welfare of
a Child, were brought against Ms. Roth. In June of 2015, Judge Daniel R. King had

dismissed the counts of Manslaughter, Criminally Negligent Homicide and Tampering

With Evidence, but an appellate court in Rochester reinstated them in July of this year.
The charges against Ms. Roth stem from the December 28, 2014 death of
Derek M. Holton, 15, who became unresponsive after allegedly ingesting
prescription and over-the-counter medication at Ms. Roth’s residence in Deer
River
.

18 year old Bram L. Widrick of Lowville, was sentenced to one-year in Lewis County
Jail, on a charge of third-degree Unlawful Manufacture of Methamphetamine, a
class "D" felony, and six-months in Lewis County Jail (to run concurrently) on a
charge of first-degree Reckless Endangerment, a class "D" felony. He was
additionally ordered to pay $29,502 in restitution and $50 in court related fees.
He will receive a six-month suspension of his driver's license. Judge King
granted him youthful offender status, meaning the charges will be vacated from
his record upon completion of his jail term. The charges stem from his alleged
involvement in the May 18th fire that destroyed an apartment house in
downtown Lowville.


A Glenfield couple was sentenced Friday for making Methamphetamine In the Village of

Port Leyden last December. 30 year old Jesse J. Farney, received a sentence of five years

probation on a charge of third-degree Unlawful Manufacture of
Methamphetamine, a class "D" felony, to which he pleaded guilty on July 29th.
He was additionally ordered to pay $375 in court fees and had a six-month
suspension placed on his driver's license.  36 year old Katie L. Farney,

received a sentence of six months in Lewis County Jail and five years of probation

on a charge of third-degree Unlawful Manufacture of Methamphetamine, a class "D" felony,

to which she pleaded guilty on July 29th. She was additionally ordered to pay $375

 in court fees and had a six-month suspension placed on her driver's license

.

32 year old Justin E. Pate of Lowville, was sentenced to six months in Lewis County Jail
and three years of probation (to run concurrently) on a charge of Petit Larceny.

 He was ordered to pay $440 in restitution and $250 in court fees. Mr. Pate

was accused of stealing a Remington rifle belonging to
someone else in November of last year in the Town of New Bremen.

51 year old Donald E. Jones, of Lyons Falls, was sentenced to three years of
probation on a charge of fourth-degree Attempted Criminal Tax Fraud, a class
"A" misdemeanor, to which he pleaded guilty to on July 29th. He was also
ordered to pay $3,971.55 in restitution and $200 in court fees. Mr. Jones was
accused of possessing 83 cartons of untaxed cigarettes, valued at over $3600,
on April 13th in the Town of Greig.

A 27 year old Beaver Falls man, accused of unlawfully entering or remaining in a dwelling

on in the Town of Watson in May of 2015 and also entering a building in the Town of

Croghan in May of this year was sentenced yesterday. Michael L. Ball of Beaver Falls,

was sentenced  to a One-Year Conditional Discharge on a charge of second-degree

Criminal Trespass, and a concurrent sentence of a One-Year Conditional Discharge on

a charge of third-degree  Criminal Trespass. He was additionally ordered to pay $50 i

n court related fees. He pleaded guilty to the charges on April 15th.  

29 year old Shannon L. Ball also of Beaver Falls, was also sentenced  to a One-Year

Conditional Discharge on a charge of second-degree Criminal Trespass,

and a concurrent sentence of a One-Year Conditional
Discharge on a charge of third-degree Criminal Trespass,. She was additionally ordered to

pay $50 in court related fees. Ms Ballwas also accused of unlawfully entering

or remaining in a dwelling on in the Town of Watson in May of 2015 and entering a building

 in the Town of Croghan in May of the year. guilty to the charges on April 15th


Judith Grasso, 53, of Shokan, NY, was sentenced to five years of probation
on a charge of fifth-degree Attempted Criminal Sale of a Controlled Substance,
a class "E" felony, to which she pleaded guilty on July 15th. She was
additionally ordered to pay $50 in court related fees and $155 in
restitution. Ms.Grasso was accused of selling LSD during the Moe.Down music
festival in August, 2014.


36 year old Charles A. Bole of Rome, was sentenced to a One-Year Conditional
discharge on a charge of Driving While Intoxicated, an unclassified
misdemeanor and a concurrent sentence of one year in Lewis County Jail on a
charge of fourth-degree Criminal Possession of a Weapon, a class "A"
misdemeanor. He was additionally ordered to pay $1,445 in fines and court
fees, attend a Victim Impact Panel, and install an ignition interlock device on any
vehicle he will drive. He also received a one year revocation of his driver's
license. Mr. Bole was arrested by Lowville Police just in April of this year,

in the village, where he was accused of Driving While Intoxicated and possessing

a knife with metal knuckles. He pleaded guilty to the charges on July 15th.


Christopher J. Smith, 30, of Vernon, was re-sentenced after successfully
completing his one-year interim terms of probation. His original plea to felony
Driving While Intoxicated was vacated and he received a three-year probation
sentence on a misdemeanor Driving While Intoxicated plea. He was ordered to
pay a $500 fine and $395 in court fees, received a driver's license revocation
for a period of six months and must install an ignition interlock device on any
vehicle he drives. Mr. Smith was stopped on an ATV in the Town of Pinckney
in April of last year.

18 year old Daryan J. Nichols of Lowville, pleaded GUILTY to charges of third-
degree Unlawful Manufacture of Methamphetamine, a class "D" felony and first-
degree Reckless Endangerment, a class "D" felony. Sentencing in the case
was scheduled for November 4th. The charges stem from his alleged
involvement in the May 18th fire that destroyed an apartment house in
downtown Lowville.


Wesley A. Cole
, 28, of Castorland, pleaded GUILTY to first-degree Sexual
Abuse, a class "D" felony. Sentencing was set for November 4th. Mr. Cole was
accused of having inappropriate contact with a male victim under the age of
eleven in September of 2014.

30 year old Andrew M. Ellis of Lowville, pleaded GUILTY to a charge of second-degree
Criminal Trespass, a class "A" misdemeanor. Sentencing in the case was
adjourned until November 4th. Mr. Ellis was accused of possessing a 2015
Novai dump trailer belonging to another party in September of 2015, in the
town of West Turin.

David Kayne, 44, of Shokan, NY, pleaded GUILTY to charges of fifth-degree
Criminal Sale of a Controlled Substance, a class "D" felony and fifth-degree
Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance, a class "D" felony. Sentencing
was adjourned until December 2nd. Mr. Kayne was accused of possessing and
selling LSD during the Moe Down music festival in August, 2014.


Jody L. Matthews, 44, Edwards, entered a GUILTY plea to a charge of
Aggravated DWI, a class "D" felony. Sentencing was set for October 20th. Mr.
Matthews, who has two prior felony DWI convictions in St. Lawrence County,
was arrested following a traffic stop of his ATV on Factory Road in the Town of
Montague on April 16th during the SNIRT Run, where he had a blood alcohol
content of .23%.


31 year old Gregory S. Ward of Glenfield, was arraigned on a four-count indictment,
including a charge of third-degree Criminal Possession of a Controlled
Substance with Intent to Sell, a class "B" felony. He pleaded not guilty to all
counts in the indictment and the case was adjourned until October 20th.






Copenhagen Residents Coping With Water Emergency

As we announced just recently, residents in the Copenhagen area now have to cope with a water emergency. Mayor Scott Alexander sent us a press release that declared a state of emergency due to wells running out of water.

Economic Envision For Our North Country Area

Nusiance Bears: They're Bulking Up For This Winter

The Town of Webb Police and the New York State DEC would like to give area residents, specifically in the Old Forge area, some tips about keeping bears away from your property. This announcement is being made due to several reports of nuisance bears.