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TOWN OF DENMARK-June 27, 2020. A 30 year old Lowville man was arrested for alleged Aggravated D.W.I. early Saturday morning following a vehicle stop on State Route 410 in the Town of Denmark.


LOWVILLE- A North Country man was officially sentenced in Lewis County Court Friday for felony sex abuse in the first-degree.

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LOWVILLE- Deputies say a village man is accused of violating a stay away order of protection.


WATSON- Police say a man who managed to hit multiple cars while leaving a business parking lot Friday afternoon has been arrested for DWI.


LEWIS COUNTY- Authorities say a Thursday night accident between an ATV and a pedestrian in the town of New Bremen sent one victim to a Syracuse hospital.

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WEST TURIN- A pair from southern Lewis County are accused of falsifying documents while attempting to purchase firearms from local businesses earlier this year.


ORISKANY- The Oneida County Sheriff’s Office and other nearby law enforcement offices have been receiving and addressing a rise in fireworks complaints.

Jefferson County Barn Collapse June 2020

LERAY- Three North Country people suffered injuries that ranged from minor to severe after a roof collapse Wednesday in Jefferson County.

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