LOWVILLE A Croghan woman was accused of threatening a Lewis County Department of Social Services worker on the telephone Monday.
Village police charged Cindy L. Miller, 29, Main Street, with second-degree aggravated harassment, answerable in Village Court. Police did not identify the alleged victim.
Ms. Miller earlier this month was charged with endangering the welfare of a child stemming from an Aug. 15 incident in which she allegedly threw a cellphone, striking a high chair in which her 1-year-old son was sitting.
Earlier this summer, she was sentenced in Lowville Village Court to 45 days in Lewis County jail, which she has served, along with three years probation, $472 in restitution and $205 in court fees on a charge of fourth-degree criminal mischief. She was accused in mid-June of throwing a can of soda, a jar of peanut butter and a Sony PlayStation remote, damaging a television with a bottle and smashing a ceramic crock pot insert against the wall at her Croghan residence.