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LOWVILLE — A Lowville woman accused of attempting sexual contact with a young girl was sentenced Tuesday in Lewis County Court to eight years in state prison.

Angela S. Hirschey, 29, of 5636 Division St., Lowville, was additionally sentenced, as a second-felony offender, to 20 years of post-release parole supervision and $1,375 in court fees on a charge of first-degree attempted criminal sex act, to which she pleaded guilty July 13. Ms. Hirschey was classified as a sex offender, and a no-contact order of protection was issued on the victim’s behalf.

She was accused of attempting to have oral sex with a girl under the age of 13 in late March.

Also in Lewis County Court Tuesday:

Cody J. Wood, 23, of 3655 River Road, Port Leyden, was sentenced to a one-year conditional discharge, 40 hours of community service, $242.27 restitution and $50 in court fees on a charge of fifth-degree attempted criminal possession of stolen property, to which he pleaded guilty Sept. 25. Mr. Wood was accused of attempting to possess a credit or debit card belonging to Shawn P. Corbett on Aug. 24 in the town of Leyden.

Tyler D. Henry, 20, of 9939 Route 12, Copenhagen, pleaded guilty to fourth-degree criminal mischief. Sentencing was set for Dec. 11. Mr. Henry was accused of breaking several windows at the Cottage Inn on High Street and a neighboring residence owned by Randall Harper in the village of Copenhagen on April 20.

Philip J. Wren, 22, Shinhopple, pleaded guilty to charges of third- and fifth-degree criminal sale and possession of a controlled substance. Sentencing was set for Dec. 7. Mr. Wren was accused of selling cocaine and hallucinogenic mushrooms in August at the moe.down music festival in Turin.

Thomas A. Cardente, 24, Warwick, R.I., had his case of two counts of third-degree criminal sale of a controlled substance and three counts of third-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance adjourned to Oct. 19. He was accused of selling oxycodone and possessing drug scales at moe.down.

Ryan M. DeCurtis, 26, Coventry, R.I., had his case of second-degree criminally using drug paraphernalia, two counts of third-degree criminal sale of a controlled substance and three counts of third-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance adjourned to Oct. 19. He was accused of selling cocaine at moe.down.

Daniel P. Nentwick, 22, Fayetteville, had his case of two counts apiece of fifth-degree criminal sale and possession of a controlled substance adjourned to Oct. 19. He was accused of selling hallucinogenic mushrooms at moe.down.

James A. Loucks, 56, of 6643 Route 12, Lowville, was arraigned on three counts of aggravated criminal contempt and pleaded innocent. His case was adjourned to Oct. 19. Mr. Loucks was accused of violating orders of protection in early September by calling Rachel Loucks and sending letters to his children.

James H. Villiere, 68, of 7990 Penny Settlement Road, Port Leyden, had his case of second-degree criminal sex act and two counts apiece of second-degree sexual abuse and endangering the welfare of an incompetent or physically disabled person adjourned to Oct. 19. Mr. Villiere was accused of having sexual contact with two developmentally disabled males in the town of Greig, one between January and June 2010 and the other in April 2011.

Jason E. Evans, 33, Route 410, Castorland, was arraigned on charges of felony driving while intoxicated, unlawful possession of marijuana, consuming alcohol in a motor vehicle, speeding and having inadequate stop lamps adjourned to Oct. 19. He was stopped July 3 on Cataract Street in Copenhagen.

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