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Source: NYS Police Herkimer
Herkimer- Two Oneida County women were charged with drug possession Sunday evening in the Town of Herkimer.
Source: NYS Police Remsen
Boonville- A 29-year-old Boonville man was arrested early Sunday morning after police responded to reports of a burglary in the village.
NFL Super Bowl Championship:
-The Philadelphia Eagles held off the Patriots for their first-ever Super Bowl ring 41-33.
Syracuse Orange Basketball:
-The Orange took a loss against Virginia 59-44. The next game is tonight at Louisville. Tipoff is scheduled for 7:00pm. Check your local listings.
-The Knicks lost a close match up to the Hawks 99-96.
-The Celtics edged the Trailblazers in a thriller 97-96.
-The Nets fell to the Bucks 109-94.
Utica Comets Hockey:
-The Comets keep rolling after a win Saturday against the Syracuse Crunch 4-2. The next game is Friday, February 9 against Laval Rocket.
-The Capitals lost to the Golden Knights 4-3.
-The Senators fell to the Canadiens 4-1.
Lyons Falls- Emergency services were dispatched Saturday evening to a two-car accident on State Route 12 in Lyons Falls that resulted in a DWI arrest.
Harrisburg- The Lewis County Sheriff’s Office investigated a DWI crash early Sunday morning that resulted in an arrest.
TOWN OF LOWVILLE-February 4, 2018. A 49 year old Lyons Falls man was arrested for a marijuana violation and n alcohol infraction following a vehicle stop on Route 26 in the Town of Lowville Friday evening.
NEW YORK STATE POLICE
Major Philip T. Rougeux
Troop D Commander
The New York State Police will join local law enforcement agencies across the state in an effort to crack down on impaired driving during Super Bowl weekend. The STOP-DWI campaign will include underage drinker enforcement, increased patrols and sobriety checkpoints to deter, identify and arrest impaired drivers. The campaign runs from Saturday February 3, until 3 a.m. on Monday, February 5.
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