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Hurley allowed to use Alford Plea during his Arraignment in Lewis County Court Yesterday

LOWVILLE, NY-June 24, 2017. 32 year old Justin Hurley of Lowville, was arraigned on new charges of second-degree burglary, fourth-degree criminal possession of stolen property, third-degree identity theft and second-degree criminal possession of a forged instrument and pleaded guilty to all of them, along with a pending charge of second-degree unlawful manufacture of methamphetamine according to a report in the Watertown Daily Times.

Judge Gives Glenfield Man 6 Months Shock Incarceration instead of State Prison

LOWVILLE, NY-June 24, 2017.  Lewis County Court Judge Daniel R. King recommended that 21 year old Damion R. Dennee of Glenfield participate in the state’s 6-month military-style shock incarceration program as an alternative to his sentence of four years in state prison on a charge of third-degree manufacture of methamphetamine charge.

Sports Review 6/24/17

Sports Review

The Red Sox slapped the Angels 9-4.
The Mets stomped the Giants 11-4.
The Yankees and Rangers battled into extra innings. The Bronx Bombers walked off with a single, the final score 2-1.
The Rays smashed the Orioles 15-5.
The Pirates trumped the Cardinals 4-3.

Adirondack Trailblazers Baseball:
The Blazers took two games from the Blue Sox last night. The first game was a blow out, as the Blazers hit two home runs to help propel them to a 13-2 victory. In game two, the Blazers had a 2-0 lead, lost it, tied it and won it, all in the last inning, a final score 5-4! The Blazers are on the road in Geneva tonight. Tomorrow is an off day. Monday they return for a three-game home-stand.

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