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LOWVILLE — A Port Leyden woman faces felony charges for allegedly violating an order of protection.

Stacey R. Dixon, 34, was charged by state police with felony first-degree criminal contempt via telephone.

According to the police’s online activity reports, Ms. Dixon was charged Feb. 11 in relation to a family offense that morning.

Jesse E. Lee, 25, was charged by village police Feb. 3 with misdemeanor seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance.

In a Feb. 8 news release, the police said Mr. Lee was a passenger in a car that was stopped on Utica Boulevard and methamphetamine was allegedly found.

A Lowville youth, 17, was charged by village police with felony third-degree criminal sale of a firearm.

According to the police’s Feb. 8 news release on the arrest, the youth allegedly sold a handgun to a man in December.

The Lewis County Drug Task Force assisted village police with the investigation.

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