LOWVILLE A Boonville teen was sentenced to jail time Friday in Lewis County Court for damaging a Lyons Falls car wash.
Jason T. Lynch, 17, of 8149 Boonville Road, was sentenced to one year in county jail, $1,540 restitution and $375 in court fees on a charge of third-degree criminal mischief, to which he pleaded guilty Dec. 7.
Mr. Lynch was accused of helping to damage control panels July 27 at North Country Car Wash in Lyons Falls.
Also in Lewis County Court on Friday:
William A. Fayle, 42, of 6393 Linger Long Pond Loop Road, town of Watson, was sentenced to 60 days in county jail, three years probation, $548.15 restitution and $50 in court fees on charges of second-degree unlawful imprisonment and criminal obstruction of breathing or blood circulation, to which he pleaded guilty March 1. Mr. Fayle was accused of restricting the breathing of Melissa Fayle on Sept. 22 at their residence and restraining her from leaving the bedroom.
Robert O. Mono, 26, of 4882 Beech Ridge Road, Carthage, was arraigned on a charge of petit larceny and pleaded guilty to the charge. Sentencing was set for June 14. Mr. Mono was accused of stealing guns belonging to Donald Farr on June 28, 2010, in the village of Lowville.
Michael A. Bauer, 32, Poughkeepsie, was placed on interim conditions of probation, with sentencing adjourned to Nov. 8, on a charge of third-degree criminal possession of a weapon charge; he pleaded guilty Feb. 1 to the charge. Mr. Bauer was accused of stealing two revolvers from the town of Greig residence of Randolph Bauer.
Jerrilee Hartle, 32, of 5380 Water St., had sentencing on charges of driving while ability impaired by a combination of drugs and alcohol and second-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle adjourned to May 10; he pleaded guilty March 1 to the charges. Mr. Hartle was accused of being under the influence of alcohol and diazepam May 10, 2012, in a parking lot on South State Street and nearly backing into a patrol vehicle.
Cody J. Amidon, 21, of 6334 E. Main St., Turin, had his case of first-degree reckless endangerment, aggravated driving while intoxicated, reckless driving and unlawful possession of marijuana adjourned to May 17, with a possible trial date set for June 24.
Mr. Amidon was accused of driving a van over the speed limit July 12 in the town of Lyonsdale while a passenger was hanging out the side door skateboarding, going on the wrong side of the road while on two wheels and going off the road and nearly hitting a building in Lyons Falls. He allegedly had a blood alcohol content of 0.19 percent, just above the states threshold of 0.18 percent for aggravated DWI.