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Police Blotter 7/1/15

In our police Blotter for today.

(Lowville Village Police)

A 42 year old Lowville man was charged with unlawful imprisonment and harassment yesterday. Lowville Village Police arrested Duane Rush

Fast Food Wage Increase

Members of the state wage board would like to see fast food workers in New York State get a raise…a big raise……

Griffiss Business Debt

A Griffiss Technology park business is once again behind on its payments to Oneida County. County figures show that MidAir USA has not paid  $100,000 it owes on a county plan to recoup the roughly $1 million in debt it racked up in 2014 on back rent and utilities.

Sports Review 7/1/15

Sports Review:

MLB:

The Mets couldn’t scratch a run against the Cubs, as they were shut down 1-0.
The Angels squeaked by the Yankees 2-1.

Police Blotter 6/30/15

In our Police Blotter

(Press Release-Lowville Village Police)

A 24 year old Lowville woman was arrested earlier this month on a harassment charge.  Lowville Village Police report Kaitlin Potter was charged with second degree Harassment in the arrest which took place on June 17th.

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