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Scott A. Danforth, 49, of Carthage, was charged with fourth-degree criminal possession of a weapon, seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance and second-degree criminal use of drug paraphernalia by Lowville police on July 23.

Warren E. Gerrish, 27, of Forestport, was charged with first offense operating a motor vehicle with a blood alcohol content of .08 percent and first offense driving while intoxicated, both misdemeanors, by state police on July 24.

According to the agency’s online activity log, Mr. Gerrish was pulled-over on State Route 26 in the town of Lewis just after 10 p.m.

Aaron S. Smith, 28, of Carthage was charged with misdemeanor driving while intoxicated and second-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle by the Lewis County Sheriff’s Office on Monday.

According to the Sheriff’s Office’s news report, Mr. Smith was allegedly driving fast on State Route 26 in Deer River in a red Chevy pick-up truck when a deputy spotted him at about 5:30 p.m. and turned onto East Road without signaling.

Mr. Smith was stopped and through field tests, was discovered to be under the influence of alcohol which the report said was confirmed through the field sobriety test.

Jonathan D. Nellenbach, 25, of Greig, was charged with misdemeanor criminal mischief with the intent to damage property by state police in an incident on July 20.

According to the police’s online activity log, Mr. Nellenbach was arrested at a Webster Hill Road address in the town of Ava that evening.

An unnamed 17-year-old in Carthage was charged with drunk driving on July 19 in the town of Greig on Etonville Road.

The State Police’s online activity log indicated the youth was charged with first offense DWI and operating a motor vehicle with a blood alcohol content of .08 percent, both misdemeanors.

Emily E. Locy, 32 , of Croghan, was charged with felony third-degree burglary for alleged illegal entry with the intent to steal on June 30 and misdemeanor second-degree aggravated harassment.

According to the State Police’s online activity log, Ms. Locy was arrested on July 17 at 7881 State Route 26.

Stephen J. Scheve, 43, of Port Leyden was charged with misdemeanor criminal mischief with the intent to damage property by state police on July 14.

Mr. Scheve was arrested on State Route 12 in Port Leyden on July 17 according to the online activity log for the police.

Amberdawn M. Lampman, 21, of Boonville was charged with second-degree criminal contempt by the Lewis County Sheriff’s Office on July 16.

According to the office’s news release on the incident, Ms. Lampman violated an order of protection against her by contacting the protected party. The incident took place on State Route 12 in the town of Martinsburg.

Chad R. Kraeger, 33, of Lowville, was charged with misdemeanor unauthorized use of a vehicle without the owner’s consent, second-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and various traffic violations.

The incident happened on the afternoon of July 11 on Carpenter Road in Turin and Mr. Kraeger was arrested the following morning according to the Sheriff’s Office news release on the incident.

Jerrilee Hartle Jr., 39, of Lowville, was charged with felony second-degree assault and misdemeanor seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance by the Lowville police on July 8.

Mr. Hartle is accused of having kicked Michael Irish “several times” during a physical fight which caused Mr. Irish to be seriously injured when he fell down stairs as a result of those kicks, according to the news release on the incident.

He was arraigned and held in Lewis County jail on $10,000 cash bail.

Ashley R. Sullivan, 25, of Martinsurg, was charged with driving while intoxicated, driving while intoxicated with a blood alcohol content greater than .08 percent, fourth-degree criminal mischief and second-degree harassment.

According to the Lewis County Sheriff’s Office news release, deputies investigating a domestic dispute at 6750 River Rd., in the town of Watson discovered that Ms. Sullivan had allegedly drove drunk to the address and intentionally crashed her vehicle into another vehicle in the driveway, causing a chain reaction in which that vehicle hit another vehicle, both of which were damaged.

She is also accused of having “slapped the hand of a member of the Lewis County Sheriff’s Office” during the arrest process which lead to the harassment charge.

Steven M. Bussiere, 53, of Watson, was charged with third-degree falsely reporting an incident and resisting arrest by the Lewis County Sheriff’s Office on July 7.

Seven minutes after deputies had cleared a domestic dispute at Mr. Bussiere’s Pine Grove Road residence, Mr. Bussiere allegedly called 911 to report an overdose that deputies returned to the home to find no overdose had occurred.

According to the news release on the incident, Mr. Bussiere struggled when he was taken into custody leading to the second charge.

Jonathan M. Blair, 39 of Gouverneur was charged with third-degree criminal trespass, a misdemeanor, by State Police on July 9.

According to the police’s online activity log, the incident took place at 3312 Deer River Road in the town of Denmark.

Kori L. Smith, 36, of Lowville was charged with misdemeanor first-offense driving while intoxicated on July 9 by the State Police.

Ms. Smith was traveling on State Route 12 near Bardo Road when she was stopped according to the police’s online activity log.

Ian J. Burke, 30, of West Leyden, was charged with second-degree criminal trespass and petit larceny, both misdemeanors, by state police on July 8.

The incident occurred in Boonville on Jan. 30 at about 1:30 p.m.

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Hiawatha Lake: Under Siege..................Last night, before nightfall, our favorite trespasser was seen picking blackberries along the road, a clear violation of the right of way law. He was drinking a beer, and when he saw us began whistling Gilligans Island, and proceeded to his property. There is nothing there but a clear view of the lake and neighbors. The more we yelled for him to go home, the longer he stayed. When things quieted down, he went home, the dog!

Eagle24

Call Michael Carpinelli, Sheriff... oh wait... nothing in the constitution regarding berry picking being illegal.. probably wasn't wearing a mask.. and carrying an assault rifle... Carpinelli won't enforce that either... Good luck dude...Lewis county..

Well, today the NYSP drove to our intrepid trespasser's house. SP Hershey warned Hogan his antics were going to get him arrested, that there was nothing on his property and no reason to be using the road. Hogan told him to , well, you know. he then waited till his guest left, grabbed a wheel barrow and moved a bunch of boxes to his vacant property. He set up one of those 12 by 12 roof shelters, a couple folding chairs and a barbeque grill, on his property, right next to mine. He later came back in a tutu, yes a tutu! And made his dinner. We all jeered at him, he replied with a smile and a one finger salute. He is now enjoying a bottle of Tattinger's Champagne, about $175 a bottle. We going to report him for public intoxication. His imagination know no bounds as to how to torment us and the other neighbors. We would grab him, but we think he is armed. How are we going to shed ourselves of this scallywag? Any ideas?

Carpi and his guys wont touch the guy, they told us so. They said if wants to wear a tutu, he can wear a tutu.

Eagle24

If you want help from Carpinelli... you all need to fly TRUMP flags....then he'll send in the SWAT team from Seattle..

This morning, our favorite trespasser passed us by, walked to his property where there is nothing, set up a podium , and in a load and violent voice, proceeded to recite the declaration of independence. When he was done, he packed his papers and left, we all screamed at him to go home, he gave us that evil grin of his and just kept going. Someone is going to get hurt!

As you are aware, the Hiawatha Lake residents are up in arms over the misuse of the road by Mr. Hogan, charged felon/. The police have been called enumerable times, and he is on the hook for trespass on his right of way and felony destruction of a cherry tree. He continues illegally walking to his property, sometimes playing the bagpipes. this morning was special, one and a half hours of Ivanhoe. He celebrated St Patricks day by reciting Yeats, this guy has got to go. The charges are years old, somehow he evades prosecution and jail time. Or the District Attorney is a complete moron. Where's Judge King? Being paid off probably.

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