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moe.down suspects appear in court

Three men accused of having drugs at the moe.down music festival appeared in Lewis County Court. According to the Court Report from the Johnson Newspapers, 56 year old David Calvert of Schenectady pleaded guilty to two counts each of criminal sale and possession of a controlled substance 5th degree & sentencing was set for February 27th. 31 year old Joseph Marshall of Binghamton, and 34 year old Phillip Buczek of Broadalbin both pleaded guilty to amended charges of criminal possession of a controlled substance 7th degree & sentencing was also set for February 27th. 35 year old Stephan Granacki of Rome, who was also arrested at moe.down, had charge of
criminal possession of a controlled substance 5th degree dropped based on new testing information that may lead to different charges being filed against him. 2 others charged at the festival, 24 year old Adrien Sanders of Rochester, N.H. and 28 year old Adam Desjardins of Hempstead, N.H., both had their criminal possession of a controlled substance 4th degree cases adjourned to December 5th.

Woman wins $20 million in the lottery

Jefferson County has a new millionaire. Officials with the New York Lottery have not said who the unidentified woman is or where she's from, but her identity will be revealed today at the Valentine Nice N Easy in Gouverneur. The woman reportedly won $20 million in the
"Win $1,000,000 a Year for Life" scratch-off game.

Governor announces state-run weather service

Governor Cuomo has announced that the state will create its own weather stations to predict severe weather. The Governor discussed the National Weather Service's lack of information before the lake effect snow that hit Buffalo last week, saying that while the National Weather Service does the best it can, more detection is needed & as a result, the state is taking forecasting into its own hands. Cuomo stated that officials are designing what is believed to be the most sophisticated weather detection system using hundreds of weather detection stations all in one state. The new stations will reportedly be headquartered in Albany.

United Way offers drug card

We continue with Tom Yousey & Bob Gorman with the United Way of Northern New York, who comments on a prescription drug card.

Audio Interview

We will have more on the card tomorrow.

State Police warning residents of potential flooding

State Police are reminding residents in Lewis, Jefferson, Oswego and Oneida Counties that flooding and drainage may be a concern as the lake effect snows have dissipated. People living in areas prone to flooding and where significant amounts of snow fell should keep watch
for potential flooding as warmer weather has moved into the area. In addition to creeks and small streams flooding their banks, general flooding is possible across the towns with higher amounts of snowfall. Residents should check drains that may be clogged with snow and leaves which may prevent water from draining efficiently.

Ava woman ticketed in accident

A 25 year old Ava woman was injured in a 1-vehicle rollover accident that occurred at around 4:10 p.m. Saturday afternoon on the Camroden Road in the Town of Floyd. Oneida County Sheriff Robert Maciol reports that a vehicle driven by Leann Evans was traveling
Northbound when she lost control of the vehicle due to speed and unsafe tires on poor road conditions. Her vehicle struck the end of a guide rail and then traveled over the rail, rode over the guide rail and then overturned down an embankment and landed on its roof. Evans complained of back pain was transported from the scene by AmCare ambulance to Rome Memorial Hospital for treatment. Her two children who were in child safety seats were transported for evaluation as well. Evans was ticketed for speed not reasonable and prudent and other traffic violations returnable to Town of Floyd Court at a later date.

Lowville man charged with DWI

A domestic dispute led to charges for a 27 year old New Bremen man. Lewis County Sheriff's Deputies report that they responded to a residence on the River Road in the Town of New Bremen on a 911 call of a domestic dispute. While enroute, Deputies observed a vehicle driven by Jason Houghton pulling away from the scene & the Deputies stopped the vehicle. The odor of alcohol was reportedly detected & after failing field sobriety tests, Houghton allegedly registered a 0.15% blood/alcohol content. He was ticketed for DWI & was released to a 3rd party. The 911 caller declined charges regarding the domestic dispute.

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