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State Appellate Court Decision

A state appellate court Friday upheld the conviction and sentence of a Croghan man serving eight years in state prison for raping a teenage girl.

Police Blotter 6/22/15

A 34 year old Lyons Falls women was arrested by state police. Kimberly Moultrie, was charged by state police on Friday in the town of West Turin with disorderly conduct. She is summoned to appear in West Turin Town Court. 

State police charged at A 12-year-old Lyons Falls girl, whose name was not released due to her age, with third-degree falsely reporting an incident. She is accused of reporting a false child abuse report. 

Lewis County Sheriffs arrested a 41 year old Osceola man Sunday Evening. It is alleged that Robert Maxfield subjected a female less than seventeen years old to sexual contact during the month April 2015, in the town of Osceola. He was charged with sexual abuse first degree, a class D felony, Endangering the welfare of a child, a class A misdemeanor and unlawfully dealing with a child in the first degree, a class A misdemeanor. He was arraigned in the town of Osceola court and remanded to the Lewis County jail without bail to await further court proceedings. 

Free Fishing Weekend!

Governor Andrew Cuomo announced on Friday that New York State residents and visitors may fish for free without a fishing license in any of the state’s 7,500 lakes

Sports Review 6/22/15

Sports Review:

The Yankees lost to Detroit 12-4.
The Mets suffered a 1-0 loss against the Braves.
The battle of the birds rumbled up north as the Orioles beat the Blue Jays in a free for all 13-9.

Sports Review 6/22/15

Sports Review:

The Yankees lost to Detroit 12-4.
The Mets suffered a 1-0 loss against the Braves.
The battle of the birds rumbled up north as the Orioles beat the Blue Jays in a free for all 13-9.

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