Oneida County Sheriff Robert Maciol is reminding everyone that applications are currently being accepted to take the Civil Service Exam for the position of Deputy Sheriff in the Patrol Division at the Oneida County Sheriff's Office. The deadline to file an application is September 26th and the exam will be given on November 15th. All necessary information and instructions on how to fill out and application to sign up for the exam can be found at www.ocgov.net under Personnel Department. Sheriff Maciol is encouraging anyone who may be interested in a career in Law Enforcement to apply. Specific information about the Oneida County Sheriff's Office and all of its' career opportunities can be found on their website at www.oneidacountysheriff.us or you can visit them on Facebook under Oneida County Sheriff's Office.
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Fort Drum soldiers will likely have a presence in Afghanistan even after most U.S. troops leave that country by the end of the year. 10th
Mountain Division Commander Major General Stephen Townsend said the division will likely survive any upcoming military budget cuts, but nothing can be ruled out, adding that Operation Enduring Freedom will come to an end and a new mission, Operation Resolute Support, will begin in 2015. General Townsend stated that he was sure that the 10th Mountain Division will continue to be involved here in Afghanistan in the future mission. Fort Drum reportedly stands to lose about 1,500 soldiers from budget cuts and Townsend said there could be more, but he doesn't think it's likely, adding that the 10th Mountain Division and Fort Drum have a lot to offer the Army.
The next meeting of the Boonville Youth Athletic Association will be held on September 3rd at 7 p.m. at the Hulbert House. Anyone who is interested in joining or assisting with the organization in any way is encouraged to attend the meeting. As always, there will be time allotted at the beginning of the meeting for anyone who has any questions, comments or concerns pertaining to the BYAA.
Twenty year old Kevin Ward, Junior of Port Leyden was killed Saturday evening after being struck by a Sprint Car driven by NASCAR Driver Tony Stewart during a race at Canandaigua Motor Sport Park. Kevin Ward Junior will be remembered as a fearless kid who had racing in his blood. He started racing go Karts when he was only 4 years and has raced ever since. At 17 he was the pilot of the Rider Racing Engines Powered #13- 360 Sprint Car. Over the years, Ward and his family worked hard to get sponsored that believed in him and were willing to put up money for him to race against drivers two and three times his age. Chuck Miller, race director for Empire Super Sprints, the series that Ward was racing on Saturday night said Ward showed a lot of promise. He was very competitive and a good racer. Ward started racing with Empire Super Sprints in 2010. The auto racing series competes primarily in Central New York in places like Fonda and Brewerton, but also travels to northeast tracks in Pennsylvania and as far as Quebec. In Ward's first year racing in the series, he was named Rookie of the Year, Miller went on to say that "He wasn't afraid to go fast and he was favorite of the fans too,". "He was just the typical young kid with visions of going places." Ward was a 2012 graduate of South Lewis Central School. Funeral Arrangements are with the Trainor Funeral Home of Boonville.
A 37 YEAR OLD WILMINGTON NORTH CAROLINA MAN WAS KILLED EARLY SATURDAY MORNING IN A ONE CAR ACCIDENT IN THE TOWN OF CROGHAN. LEWIS COUNTY SHERIFF’S DEPUTIES REPORT THAT JOEL M. MOSER WAS DRIVING A MERCEDES BENZ IN AN EASTERLY DIRECTION ON ROUTE 126 WHEN HIS CAR WENT OFF THE LEFT SIDE OF THE ROAD CRASHING INTO A CULVERT. THE VEHICLE BECAME AIRBORNE BEFORE RESTING ON IT’S TOP. MR. MOSER WAS PROUNOUNCED DEAD AT THE SCENE. DEPUTIES WERE ASSISTED BY THE NEW YORK STATE POLICE, BEAVER FALLS FIRE AND AMBULANCE AS WELL AS THE CASTORLAND AND CROGHAN FIRE DEPARTMENTS.
19 year old Ashley R. Sullivan of West Seneca woman was charged by Lowville Village Police with numerous charges including resisting arresting following a domestic incident in the Village on Lowville on Sunday. She was remanded to the Lewis County Sheriff’s department.
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A 24 YEAR OLD LOWVILLE MAN IS IN THE LEWIS COUNTY JAIL AFTER BEING ACCUSED OF RAPE AND OTHER VIOLATIONS. LOWVILLE VILLAGE POLICE REPORT THAT TODD SUITER OF SOUTH STATE STREET WAS ARRESTED AND CHARGED WITH 3RD DEGREE RAPE; 2 COUNTS OF CRIMINAL SEX ACT IN THE 3RD DEGREE; AND ENDANGERING THE WELFARE OF A CHILD. LOWVILLE POLICE WERE CONTACTED BY THE JEFFERSON COUNTY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT AND ADVISED THAT THEY HAD A COMPLAINT OF AN INCIDENT THAT REPORTEDLY HAPPENED IN MAY OF LAST YEAR. DURING THE POLICE INVESTIGATION, IT WAS ALLEGED THAT SUITER HAD SEX WITH A FEMALE WHO WAS 15 AT THE TIME OF THE INCIDENT. HE WAS ARRAIGNED IN THE VILLAGE OF LOWVILLE COURT AND REMANDED TO THE TLEWIS COUNTY JAIL ON $3,000.00 CASH BAIL.
A 19 year old Watson man was arrested for criminal possession of a controlled substance in the 7th degree after he was taken into custody for a violation of probation warrant. Lewis County Sheriff’s deputies report that Timothy R Oster was found to have a small amount synthetic marijuana and a glass pipe containing synthetic marijuana in his possession when he was arrested Saturday on the Lingerlong Road. He was remanded to the Lewis County Jail on the probation warrant and issued an appearance ticket for the criminal possession of a controlled substance charge returnable to the Town of Watson court at a later date.
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