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Lowville Man charged with Rape

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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.

19 Year Old Watson Man charged with criminal possession

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.

Lyons Falls Man Charged with DWI

A 24 year old Lyons Falls man was charged with Driving while intoxicated. Kyle J. Santamour, was charged by state police at 3:30 a.m. Sunday morning on the Lyons Falls Road in the town of Greig. He was issued a summons to appear in Town of Greig Court at a later date. 

Transportation Program explained

We spoke with Mindy Meiss, Family Services Worker at Lewis County Opportunities, who has more on their transportation program.

 

We will have more on the application process tomorrow.

Chainsaw carving contest at Woodsmen’s Field Days

The New York State Woodsmen’s Field Days is coming up August 15th-18th. We speak with Woodsmen’s Field Days Executive Director Phyllis White, who has more on the chainsaw carving contest.

We will have more on the Woodsmen’s Field Days tomorrow.

Announcement for Time-Warner customers in Boonville area

Time-Warner customers in the Boonville area are experiencing an interruption of their cable & internet service.  Technicians are working on the problem & the system should be up & running by approximately 1 p.m.

Teen Bicyclist Identified

The Oneida County Sheriff's Office has identified the teen bicyclist who died after being struck by a car in the Town of Lee on Saturday.

Joseph M. Pocchiari,( Poch e ari) 17, of Sly Hill Road in the Town of Ava was bicycling on Stokes Westernville Road when he was struck by Laurie Ceravolo. There are no street lights in the area of the accident. Officials say there was no lighting on the bicycle and Pocchiari was not wearing safety equipment.
The investigation is ongoing. No tickets have been issued.

Blankenbush comments on legislative session

We spoke with Assemblyman Ken Blankenbush, who has more on the recent state legislative session.

Mr. Blankenbush will discuss the medical marijuana bill tomorrow.

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