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Source: NYS Police Lowville

Leyden- A 37 year old Lyons Falls woman was arrested and charged by police Tuesday with a misdemeanor.

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High School Varsity Basketball:
-Adirondack boys lost to Clinton 61-48.
-*No score posted for Beaver River boys.
-*No score for Beaver River girls.
-Holland Patent girls beat Sherburne-Earlville 56-37.
-Lowville girls beat Carthage 57-21.
-Poland girls beat Morrisville-Eaton 48-33.

Source: Lowville Village Police Department

Lowville- A 36 year old Lowville woman was arrested yesterday morning after police investigated a shoplifting report in the village.

Source: NYS Police Lee

Rome- A 23 year old Lee Center woman was charged by police after a reported shoplifting incident in the City of Rome.

Sports Review

High School Varsity Basketball:
-Adirondack boys lost to Fonda-Fultonville 54-37. Andy Fauvelle, Brandon Mooney and Max Dorrity all scored 8 points.
-Lowville girls beat Watertown IHC 63-45.

TOWN OF LYONSDALE-December 10, 2017.  A 46 year old Lyons Falls woman was arrested Saturday evening in the Town of Lyonsdale and charged with harassment, following in incident that reportedly occurred on November 26th.

TOWN OF DIANA-December 9, 2017. A 25 year old Natural Bridge man was arrested Friday evening following an alleged domestic dispute in the Town of Diana.

TOWN OF GREIG-December 9, 2017.  A 51 year old Johnstown, NY man was arrested for D.W.I. Friday night following a vehicle stop on the Greig Road in the Town of Greig.

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