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Source: Lewis County Sheriff’s Office

Lewis County- A 35 year old Lyons Falls man was arrested and charged with two felonies on September 28 after police investigated a case of stolen property.

Sports Review

High School Varsity Soccer:
Adirondack girls lost to Holland Patent 2-1.
Beaver River boys defeated Sandy Creek/Pulaski 10-1.
Copenhagen boys lost to LaFargeville 2-1.
Holland Patent boys blanked Frankfort-Schuyler 3-0.
Lowville lost to Watertown IHC 1-0.
Old Forge boys lost to Hamilton 2-0.
Old Forge girls beat Oriskany 7-2.
Poland girls blanked Remsen 4-0.

Source: NYS Police Lowville

Turin- An 18 year old Lowville man is facing a misdemeanor charge after police investigated a reported larceny from a building during the weekend.

Sports Review

High School Varsity Soccer:
Beaver River girls beat South Lewis 1-0.
Copenhagen girls blanked Sackets Harbor 1-0.
Lowville girls beat Holland Patent 2-1.
Old Forge boys lost to Hamilton 4-3.
Poland boys defeated West Canada 9-2.
Remsen boys beat Owen D. Young 2-1.

Source: NYS Police Lowville

Greig- A 29 year old Glenfield man is facing a misdemeanor charge after police investigated a trespass incident earlier in January.

Sports Review

High School Varsity Soccer:
Beaver River boys beat South Lewis 1-0.
Copenhagen boys tied with Lyme 3-3.
Holland Patent girls blanked Sherburne-Earlville 7-0.
Lowville boys lost to South Jefferson 4-0.
*No score posted for Poland girls.
*No score posted for Remsen girls.

Source: NYS Police Remsen

Boonville- An 18 year old Forestport man is facing a felony burglary charge after police investigated an incident in the Village of Boonville.

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