Altercation results in arrest of two Lewis County residents, Deputies say
MONTAGUE- Two local residents are faced with assault charges in the wake of a reported altercation over the weekend in Lewis County, authorities say. Danny T. Gudridge, Sr., 57, of New Bremen, NY and Michael R. Gudridge, 35, of Montague, NY were arrested Saturday evening by the Sheriff's Office. Both are officially charged with one misdemeanor count each of assault in the third-degree (w/intent to cause physical injury).
LCSO: Lewis County resident registers .17% BAC following DWI arrest in Lowville
A North Country resident is accused of intoxicated driving following reports of a traffic stop early Friday in Lewis County, authorities say. Jered E. Morrison, 46, of Watson, NY was arrested shortly after midnight on Friday by the Lewis County Sheriff’s Office. Morrison is formally charged with DWI. According...
NYSP arrest Carthage woman for allegedly writing nearly $3,000 in bad checks
WATERTOWN, N.Y. (WWTI) – A 30-year-old Carthage woman is facing multiple charges for allegedly writing over $2,900 in bad checks at lumber stores in Jefferson and Oswego counties. New York State Police charged Brittany Standridge with four counts of issuing bad checks, a count of fourth degree grand larceny and two counts of petit larceny. She […]
Croghan Man Charged with Criminal Contempt for Violating a Stay Away Order of Protection
TOWN OF DIANA-A 28 year old Croghan man is accused of violating a "stay away" order of protection issued by the Town of Watson Court. Lewis County Sheriff’s Deputies said that after Daniel Monnat made bail on a separate criminal contempt charge, he reportedly went to the residence of and sent several text messages to the protected party. Monnat was arraigned in the Town of Diana Court on November 27th and charged with a Class A misdemeanor charge of Criminal Contempt in the 2nd Degree and a warrant was also issued by Lewis County Probation. Monnat was released on his own recognizance on both the Criminal Contempt charge and the probation warrant.
Snow, rain or a mix, depending on where you are
WATERTOWN, New York (WWNY) - Snow and mixed precipitation were falling in parts of the north country early Monday morning. Places in northern St. Lawrence County and the higher elevations of Lewis County were getting mainly snow. Other places were getting rain and mixed precipitation. There’s a winter weather advisory...
Lewis County altercation results in charges filed against local man, deputies say
NEW BREMEN- A local man is accused of violating a court order, among other charges, following complaints of a fight over the weekend in Lewis County, authorities say. Daniel P. Monnat, 28, of Croghan, NY was arrested on Sunday by the Lewis County Sheriff’s Office. He is formally charged with one felony count of criminal contempt in the first-degree, one misdemeanor count of criminal mischief in the fourth-degree and one violation of harassment in the second-degree.
Carthage Man is Charged with D.W.I. in the Town of Diana
TOWN OF DIANA-A 27-year-old Carthage man is accused of D.W.I. following a vehicle stop in the Town of Diana on Saturday afternoon. New York State Police from the Carthage Barracks charged Justin W. Schall with one count each of Operating a Motor Vehicle with a Blood Alcohol Content of .08 of 1% or greater-First Offense and Driving While Intoxicated-First Offense. Shall was released to a third party and will answer the charges in the Town of Diana Court later. The incident was listed as “pending investigation” as of press time.
Cloudy & very cold
WATERTOWN, New York (WWNY) - It’s a little slick in spots out there. Monday’s rain and snow and below-freezing temperatures overnight combined to create black ice here and there, so be careful walking or driving. It will be mostly cloudy today and it will be cold. Highs will...
Santa Claus aimed to visit Lyons Falls Sunday, December 10
LYONS FALLS- Santa Claus will pay his annual visit to Lyons Falls this Sunday, December 10. Starting at 12:00 Noon, he will catch a ride on one of the Lyons Falls Fire Trucks and tour several streets throughout the village, delivering presents and cookies to all the children he meets.
NYSP: Vehicle larceny investigation in Lewis County results in felony charge lodged against Fulton man
LEWIS- Police say a vehicle larceny investigation from earlier this spring in Lewis County has resulted in the arrest of a person from Oswego County. James C. Fuller, 39, of Fulton, NY was arrested Thursday morning by the New York State Police (Lowville). Fuller is formally charged with one felony count of criminal possession of stolen property in the second-degree (property value exceeding $50,000).
Interview: Mark Essenlohr talks 24th annual Toys for Children Campaign
LOWVILLE- 2023 marks the 24th year for Essenlohr Motors and their Toys for Children Campaign. "This is a part of Lewis County Christmas Sharing," spokesperson Mark Essenlohr told us. "It's been a success for every year. We just keep doing it and it's a great thing for our community!" Toys...
Naturally Lewis award recipients announced
LEWIS COUNTY — Naturally Lewis hosted over 120 guests at its Membership Awards Night, an evening honoring the outstanding achievements of the Lewis County business community throughout 2023, looking ahead with anticipation to the opportunities and growth awaiting in 2024. This event was sponsored by AmeriCU Credit Union and Northern Credit Union.
Carthage Man Accused of Aggravated Unlicensed Operation
VILLAGE OF CARTHAGE-A 27 year old Carthage man was arrested for allegedly driving with a suspended or revoked license in the Village of Carthage on Friday afternoon. New York State Police from the Carthage Barracks charged Robert E. Marion with one count of Aggravated Unlicensed operation of a Motor Vehicle in the 3rd Degree, a Class U misdemeanor. Marion was issued an appearance ticket and will answer the charge in the Village of Carthage Court at a later date.
New Paws, New Love: Adopt Cats Today in glenfield, NY
Interested in adding a furry friend to your family? Even if you're just keen on viewing some of the cute critters available for adoption nearby, there are ample pets waiting for their forever homes in animal shelters throughout and around glenfield.
Olney wants Watertown to pay for lawyer to represent him on ethics complaint
WATERTOWN, New York (WWNY) - Watertown City Council Member Cliff Olney wants the city to pay for an attorney to represent him when he faces his colleagues next Monday over alleged ethics violations. “I think I should have representation on this because it is a very complex issue and it...
Case Middle School in Watertown responded to “potential safety concern”
WATERTOWN, N.Y. (WSYR-TV) — On Friday, Dec. 1, Case Middle School in Watertown responded to a “potential safety concern,” the Watertown City School District superintendent, Dr. Larry Schmiegel, said. In a letter sent to parents, Schmiegel said the situation was promptly addressed and the school’s security measures...
Surprise! Maternity services returning to Lewis County’s hospital
LOWVILLE, New York (WWNY) - The biggest renovation in the 90-year history of Lewis County Health System became more exciting Thursday at the ribbon-cutting ceremony with a surprise announcement. Maternity services are returning to Lewis County Health System. The announcement was made by the hospital’s C.E.O. just moments after cutting...
Dec. 15: Beaver Falls United Methodist Church’s Annual Live Nativity
The Beaver Falls United Methodist Church will be holding their annual Live Nativity on Friday, December 15 at 7 p.m. Beaver Falls United Methodist Church6508 Lefevre StBeaver Falls, NY 13305 This is a free outdoor event is and open to all. Light refreshments will be provided. The event is located on the corner of Beaver […]
Gas prices in Watertown drop another nickel
WATERTOWN, N.Y. (WWTI) – Gas prices in the City of Watertown are continuing their downward slide as we close in on the Christmas holiday. The average price of a gallon of gas in the city is now at $3.50, which is down five cents from $3.55. The price drop is tied with Elmira for the […]
Watertown lawmakers balk at planter costs, approve Flynn pool spending & purchase land from SPCA
WATERTOWN, New York (WWNY) - Watertown city council members unanimously voted down a resolution that would have worked toward removing controversial planters in front of the KeyBank building and bringing back some parking spots. Originally estimated to cost around $40,000, engineers now say it would cost the city more than...