Talks Held on Proposed Bypass Road

on Wednesday, 10 October 2012.

We wrap up with Boonville Mayor Michael Kramer, who discusses the latest on a proposed bypass road.

We will have more with Mayor Kramer next month.

Man Charged with DWAI Drugs

on Wednesday, 10 October 2012.

David
Gerdon 35 of Shady Ave in Croghan was charged by state Police at 6:38pm Sunday
on Route 12 in the Town of Denmark, with driving while ability impaired by
drugs, seventh degree criminal possession of a controlled substance and having
prescription drugs not in their original labeled containers.  Troopers state that the vehicle was checked
after being observed parking along the shoulder of the highway.

House Majority Leader Cantor visits Watertown

on Wednesday, 10 October 2012.

House
Majority Leader Eric Cantor was in Watertown, supporting the republican nominee
for the North Country Congressional seat Matt Doheny.  While Doheny supports the passage of the Farm
Bill that has yet to make it to the floor of the house, which is in-line with
Doheny's opponent Owens, it differs from that of Majority Leader Cantor.  Cantor believes that there needs to be
changes to the Non-Farming aspects of the bill, like the Food Stamp and SNAP
provisions in the bill.  Cantor went on
to state that 85% of the bill is not necessarily what a lot of farmers and
dairymen are looking for and that's why they are looking to get reforms in
place so that they can have a bill that addresses the needs of people in the
farm industry.  Doheny acknowledged that
the bill will have to change before it can be brought to a vote and also stated
that both parties are going to have to work together to get this done.

Port Leyden Woman Charged with Harassment

on Wednesday, 10 October 2012.

The Lewis County Sheriff's
Department is reporting the arrest of a 25 year old Port Leyden women after an
investigation into a domestic incident.
Melissa Dailey was arrested for harassment in the second degree, a
violation, after a report that she allegedly slapped Zachary Wimer across the
face during an altercation in September.
Dailey is summoned to appear in Port Leyden court at a later date.

Lowville woman receives appearance ticket

on Wednesday, 10 October 2012.

The Lowville Police
Department reports that yesterday at about 10:42 PM the village Police
Department arrested 46 year old Caroline J Farr charging her with disorderly
conduct.  Patrols were called to the residence
for a domestic dispute between her and another subject.  The two were arguing loudly outside the
residence in the presence of Police.
After being told to keep their voices down several times, Farr allegedly
refused to quiet down which lead to her arrest.
Farr was issued an appearance ticket returnable to Lowville Village
Court at a later date.

Lyons Falls Youth receives possession ticket

on Wednesday, 10 October 2012.

The Lewis County Sheriff's
office reports that on October 4th at approximately 11:30pm on the
Pine Grove Road in the Town of Greig, Matthew L. Hubbard of Lyons Falls was
pulled over for having a loud exhaust, while police were speaking to the passenger
of the vehicle Timothy R Oster of Lyons Falls, a glass smoking device allegedly
containing Marihuana residue fell from his person onto the ground.  Hubbard was issued a ticket for inadequate
exhaust and Oster was issued an appearance ticket for unlawful possession of
marihuana.

Nolan Arrested and Given to New Hartford police for Warrant

on Wednesday, 10 October 2012.

The Lowville Police
department is reporting the arrest of Joseph M. Nolan 23 of Lowville for petite
larceny, after an investigation revealed that Mr. Nolan allegedly took
prescription medication from a residence in the village of Lowville.  Nolan was arraigned, was released and custody
of Nolan was then given to the New Hartford Police Department due to a prior warrant
that had been issued for his arrest.

Carthage Woman Arrested for DWI

on Wednesday, 10 October 2012.

Angelica L. Holley, 39, of Carthage, was charged by Jefferson County sheriff's deputie on Bridge Street in West Carthage with driving while intoxicated and no headlights. Her blood alcohol content was allegedly 0.15 percent, deputies said. A BAC of 0.08 percent or more is considered proof of intoxication under state law. She is summoned to appear Oct. 16 in West Carthage Village Court.

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