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Judge Judy

Fort Plain, NY

#1 Jul 23, 2008
LOWVILLE — A Constableville man charged with possessing more than 10 pounds of marijuana last fall was sentenced Friday in Lewis County Court to five years in state prison.
David A. Leach,38, Constableville, was also sentenced, as a second-felony offender, to three years of post-release parole supervision, a $7,500 fine, a six-month driver's license suspension and $320 in court fees on a charge of first-degree criminal possession of marijuana, to which he pleaded guilty April 11.

Jeffrey F. Stone,50, Glenfield, received five days in county jail, a three-year conditional discharge, a $5,000 fine and a one-year license revocation on a charge of felony aggravated driving while intoxicated, to which he pleaded guilty May 30. He is also to participate in the state ignition interlock program.

Christopher M. Nortz,34, of Route 26, Lowville, following successful completion of the county's Drug Court program, was allowed to withdraw a felony DWI charge from one year ago and plead guilty to misdemeanor DWI. He was subsequently sentenced to five days in county jail, a $1,000 fine, three years' probation and a six-month license revocation.

Tina M. Szucs,44, Greig Road, Greig, was sentenced to three years' probation,$2,543.43 restitution and $210 in court fees on a charge of petit larceny, to which she pleaded guilty March 14. An order of protection was also issued on the victim's behalf.
Ms. Szucs was charged Sept. 9 with stealing a credit card and $256 in cash from Amanda Blake.
Benjamin M. Flansburg, 25, of 1999 Kotary Road, Constableville, was sentenced to a one-year conditional discharge and $230 in court fees on a charge of endangering the welfare of a child, to which he pleaded guilty May 30. He was initially charged with having sexual intercourse with a 16-year-old girl Feb. 26 in the town of Lewis.
Brad K. Hoffman,32, of 3380 East Road, Port Leyden, was arraigned on charges of felony DWI and inadequate headlamp and pleaded innocent.

Craig A. Finehout,60, South State Street, Lowville, was arraigned on charges of misdemeanor aggravated DWI, first-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and crossing hazard markings and pleaded innocent. His case was adjourned to Sept. 19. Mr. Finehout was stopped April 19 on South State Street in Lowville.

Robert D. Grimm,19, of 7308 Moose River Road, Port Leyden, was arraigned on a charge of second-degree criminal mischief and pleaded innocent. His case was adjourned to Friday. Mr. Grimm was charged March 14 with helping to cause $5,275.36 worth of damage to air conditioning units at Lewis Lanes on North State Street in Lowville.

Jeremy E. Boliver,31, of 7107 Beech Hill Road, Lowville, had his felony aggravated driving while intoxicated case adjourned to Aug. 22, with a trial date set for Sept. 29. Mr. Boliver was stopped April 24 on Mechanic Street in Croghan.
Ellen M. Hooper,37, Petersburg, Va., had her case — including two counts apiece of first-degree course of sexual conduct against a child and endangering the welfare of a child — adjourned to Sept. 12, with a trial date set for Nov. 17. Ms. Hooper was charged with having deviant sexual contact with two boys between July 2001 and January 2002 in the town of Diana.

Kevin A. Plantz,44, of 9673 Route 126, Beaver Falls, had his case of felony driving while intoxicated and leaving the scene of a property damage accident adjourned to Sept. 12. Mr. Plantz was charged May 3 with leaving the scene after he was involved in a one-vehicle rollover crash, damaging a fence owned by Gilbert Steria II on East Road in the town of Denmark.

Gale E. VanAlstine Jr.,40, Lyons Falls, had a trial date set for Oct. 6 in his case of first-degree criminal sexual act, first-degree sexual abuse and two counts of endangering the welfare of a child. He was charged with having sexual contact with two juvenile girls last June in the town of Greig.
holy cow in poop

Rome, NY

#2 Jul 23, 2008
where did all this come from
Judge Judy

Fort Plain, NY

#3 Jul 23, 2008
DRN

Since: Jun 08

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#4 Jul 29, 2008
Possession of marijuna should not be a crime.
DRN

Since: Jun 08

Location hidden

#5 Jul 29, 2008
BTW, Judy, you were a lousy FC judge and a lousy tv judge.
Joe Mama

Caroga Lake, NY

#6 Jul 30, 2008
DRN wrote:
Possession of marijuna should not be a crime.
Based on most of your posts, it seems you are a heavy user.
DRN

Since: Jun 08

Location hidden

#7 Jul 30, 2008
Joe Mama wrote:
<quoted text>
Based on most of your posts, it seems you are a heavy user.
Crawl back under your rock.

“Just me...”

Since: Jul 08

Location hidden

#8 Jul 30, 2008
Haha.You wrote that one guy's last name was stone?no dought.I dont do it but the shits problably gonna be legal here soon enough.
Joe mama

Caroga Lake, NY

#9 Jul 31, 2008
Yeah. Legal for putting a hyperlink to the story in the Watertown Times. I think not. They can have it removed if they whine enough. Don't take your legal advice from DRN.
Judge Judy

Montgomery, AL

#10 Aug 5, 2008
Five charged after theft of credit card from Lowville man
Story Created: Aug 5, 2008 at 10:32 AM EDT

Story Updated: Aug 5, 2008 at 10:32 AM EDT

LOWVILLE - State Police in Lowville have charged five individuals with criminal possession of stolen property as a result of an investigation into the theft of a credit card from Michael Yancey of Lowville, that occurred on June 29.

The card was utilized at Stewart's Shop in the Village of Lowville to purchase gas and at Walmart in the Town of Lowville for the purchase of various items. A total of $326.64 had been charged to the card.

The individuals charged included:

Chad M. Bartlett, 16, of Boonville
Kyle L. Riesel, 19, of Lyons Falls
Francis L. Blanchard III, 16, of Port Leyden
Brandon J. Myers, 20, of Lowville

Myers was arraigned in Town of New Bremen Court and remanded to Lewis County Jail in lieu of $1,000 bail. The other three were issued appearance tickets and are to appear Town of Lowville Court on August 7.

An unnamed juvenile was also charged with forgery and criminal possession of stolen property and is to appear in Lewis County Family Court.

The results of this investigation have been provided to the Village of Lowville Police Department and additional charges against the five individuals are pending completion of their investigation.
lookin on

Newcomb, NY

#11 Aug 6, 2008
DRN wrote:
Possession of marijuna should not be a crime.
Pick some more!!
Judge Judy

Montgomery, AL

#12 Aug 12, 2008
Boonville Man Arrested Following Domestic Dispute

A Boonville man is behind bars after being charged with criminal possession of a weapon following
a domestic dispute on Hayes Road.

Oneida County Sheriff's Deputies arrested 47-year old Justin Heaton last night after he allegedly
pointed a shotugn at a juvenile and then fired several rounds into an old car.

He's being held in the Oneida County jail without bail.
Bart Taylor

Dayton, OH

#13 Sep 22, 2008
judge Judy...You're great. thanks for the writes. I used to live in Boonville but had to move to Long Island for an ill parent. I have no news connection here so it's great to hear some of the less boring things going on. Thanks for taking the time.
Bart Taylor

Dayton, OH

#14 Sep 22, 2008
DRN wrote:
Possession of marijuna should not be a crime.
I love your picture. It's great.
the clown

Watertown, NY

#15 Sep 24, 2008
any more local news? this is better then wbrv
Judge Judy

Old Forge, NY

#16 Sep 26, 2008
VERNON, N.Y.(WKTV)- A press conference was held at 2 p.m. on Thursday at the State Police Troop D Headquarters in Oneida.

D.A.'s Office: January Vernon death was intentional

Autopsy confirms Vernon homicide was from gunshot to head

State police out of Oneida are now ruling a once suspicious death in Vernon as a homicide
The press conference covered the investigation into the January homicide of Joseph Giacona Jr, who was shot in the head in his Vernon home.

State Police say Joseph Giacona III, the son of the victim, has been arrested and charged in the murder. Giacona III was indicted on second-degree murder charges Thursday morning and will be tried as an adult in Oneida County Court.

At approximately 3:14 p.m. on January 24, Oneida County 911 received a call from Giacona III, who stated that he had arrived home from school and found his father, Giacona Jr., lying on the living room couch with a head injury.

State Police investigation at the scene revealed no indication of a struggle in the residence, no signs of forced entry and nothing missing from the home. The only weapons located in the home were found in a gun cabinet in the residence.

Assistant District Attorney Kurt Hameline said that Giacona plead not guilty at an arraignment in Oneida County Court.

Giacona is being held at the Oneida County Courthouse until a secure location can be found for him, Hameline said.

Hameline said that authorities are trying to place him in a facility in the Albany area, but could not confirm it.

When describing the State Police investigation, Hameline said the State Police did an extensive investigation, including talking to teachers, neighbors, kids who rode the school bus, all in an effort to make sure they had the right person.

Giacona III was a seventh-grader at VVS at the time the homicide took place back in January, but was enrolled in the Whitesboro School System as an eighth-grader when State Police arrested him Thursday morning, Hameline said.

The maximum that Giacona III could face is life in prison, Hameline said.
whatever

United States

#17 Sep 26, 2008
what does this have to do with Boonville idiot...go away
Judge Judy

Old Forge, NY

#18 Sep 26, 2008
whatever wrote:
what does this have to do with Boonville idiot...go away
The only idiot around here, is the one you call Mommy.
Judge Judy

Long Lake, NY

#19 Oct 1, 2008
Port Leyden man facing 3 charges after Turin tiff

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 2008

TURIN — A Port Leyden man faces three charges after allegedly breaking a window Saturday night and then threatening state troopers.

Russell J. Rocker, 38, address not available, was charged by state police about 8:40 p.m. with fourth-degree criminal mischief, second-degree harassment and unlawful possession of marijuana. Troopers said the arrest came after they responded to a report of a disorderly and intoxicated man in the hamlet.

Troopers did not say where the window was broken. Mr. Rocker was arraigned in Turin Town Court and sent to Lewis County jail, Lowville, on $2,500 bail.
Judge Judy

Long Lake, NY

#20 Oct 5, 2008
Audit shows Oneida County violated overtime payments
Updated: 10/03/2008 09:33 PM
By: Web Staff

ONEIDA COUNTY, N.Y.-- A recent audit of the Oneida County Payroll by the State Comptroller’s Office found that the county made ten violations regarding overtime payments. Most notably, one person has received $37,000 in overtime pay since 2002. The remaining nine did not add up to such a large sum.

County officials say the flaw was caused by a miscoding with a former computerized payroll program and County Executive Anthony Picente says the money must be paid back.

Audit shows Oneida County violated overtime payments
A recent audit of the Oneida County Payroll by the state Comptroller’s Office found that the county made ten violations regarding overtime payments. Most notably, one person received $37,000 in overtime pay since 2002.

"The law clearly states that it cannot be granted, so the only recourse that we have is because it is public money and under general municipal law, it violates the gift and loan provision of an employee and therefore it has to be paid back,” said Picente.

Oneida County Legislator Larry Tanoury Jr. has asked District Attorney Scott McNamara to investigate the case to make sure the proper person is held accountable for the violation.

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