LOWVILLE A Watertown teenager was sentenced Friday in Lewis County Court to jail time in connection with several burglaries along Lake Bonaparte.
Tyler D. Collins, 18, of 1029 Bronson St., pleaded guilty to third-degree burglary and two amended counts of third-degree attempted burglary, also satisfying two counts of second-degree criminal mischief and single counts of fourth-degree arson, fourth-degree criminal mischief and petit larceny that had been lodged against him.
Mr. Collins was then sentenced to six months in county jail, five years probation, 50 hours of community service, $2,238.72 shared restitution and $375 in court fees.
He had been accused of, on Jan. 13 and 14, breaking into two seasonal camps and Ziggys Bar and Restaurant, all on South Shore Road in the town of Diana, causing damage, stealing various items and setting fire to one of the camps.
Also in Lewis County Court Friday:
Eric L. Campbell, 31, of 7869 Moose River Road, Port Leyden, was sentenced to three years probation and $250 in court fees on a charge of petit larceny, to which he pleaded guilty June 15.
Mr. Campbell was accused of stealing an air compressor belonging to Frank Hunkins on April 14 in the town of Lyonsdale.
Jamie O. Curcio, 37, of 14050 South Shore Road, Harrisville, was sentenced to a one-year conditional discharge, $1,000 restitution and 50 hours of community service on a charge of fifth-degree criminal possession of stolen property, to which he pleaded guilty June 8.
Mr. Curcio was accused of possessing a stolen 2005 Polaris Fusion 900 snowmobile owned by John Mousaw on Jan. 17 in the town of Diana.
Terry L. Jones, 45, of 3459 North-South Road, Port Leyden, was committed to the care of the state Department of Mental Health, with periodic reevaluations to be held, after being deemed to have a mental disease or defect that precluded her case of two counts of first-degree reckless endangerment and single counts of second-degree arson and fourth-degree criminal possession of a weapon from proceeding.
She was accused of igniting gasoline in her basement, which caused a fire and explosion on June 27, 2011, after two police officers had entered the homes first floor, and of unlawfully having a rifle and a shotgun in her possession.
Mark V. Kohn, 40, Rome, had his case of six counts of second-degree criminal possession of a forged instrument adjourned to Aug. 10. Mr. Kohn was accused of having six forged checks belonging to Ingeborg Davidson in May, June and August of 2011 in the town of Lewis.
Bradley J. Cook, 20, of 2597 Route 12, Port Leyden, had sentencing on two counts of fourth-degree grand larceny and a single count of third-degree burglary adjourned to Aug. 24.
Mr. Cook was accused of stealing credit or debit cards belonging to Kelly Kovach-Stalker, Kimberly Crumley and Christiane Nunn between Christmas and New Years Day in the village of Lowville and, on Dec. 28, breaking into a Shady Avenue building belonging to Donald Sawyer.
Samson M. Watkins, 34, of 6820 McAlpine St., Lyons Falls, had a possible trial date set for Aug. 27 on six counts apiece of first- and second-degree sexual abuse and a single count of endangering the welfare of a child.
He was accused of having forcible sexual relations with a girl under the age of 14 on Jan. 28 in the town of Turin.