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TOWN OF WATSON-October 6, 2017.  A 56 year old Remsen woman was arrested for D.W.I. after reportedly getting her car stuck on an ATV Trail in the Town of Watson.

TOWN OF BOONVILLE-October 5, 2017.  A 45 year old Boonville man is facing a felony charge after a report of suspicious activity led law enforcement to the discovery of marijuana and illegal handguns at his home.

TOWN OF WEST TURIN-October 4, 2017.  A two stall wood frame garage was destroyed in a fire Wednesday afternoon on the Crofoot Hill Road in the Town of West Turin. T

SYRACUSE-October 4, 2017.  A former Lewis County woman was sentenced in U.S. Federal Court in Syracuse on Tuesday to serve 66 months in prison for possessing pseudoephedrine  with the knowledge that it would be used to manufacture methamphetamine.

VILLAGE OF BOONVILLE-October 3, 2017.  New York State Police from the Remsen Barracks are investigating a two car hit and run accident that occurred in the Dollar General Parking lot, on Rt. 12 in the village on Monday morning around 10:30AM.

VILLAGE OF LOWVILLE-October 3, 2017.  A 24 year old Copenhagen woman was arrested after she reportedly stole items from the Dollar General Store in downtown Lowville and then fled from the scene.

VILLAGE OF LOWVILLE-October 2, 2017.  A 32 year old Port Leyden man admitted to having sexual contact with a child and having child pornography according to an article in the Watertown Daily times. 

TOWN OF CANTON-October 2, 2017.  Two Croghan residents were arrested following a Vehicle stop in the Town of Canton Sunday evening.

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