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LOWVILLE — A Lowville man accused of driving under the influence of alcohol and drugs was sentenced Friday in Lewis County Court to a state prison term.

Jerrilee Hartle, 32, of 5380 Water St., was sentenced to 2 to 4 years in prison, $3,000 in fines, $570 in court fees and a one-year driver’s license revocation on charges of driving while ability impaired by a combination of drugs and alcohol and second-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, to which he pleaded guilty March 1.

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.

Also in Lewis County Court Friday:

Richard E. Reinhardt II, 22, Fort Drum, was sentenced to 1 to 3 years in state prison with a recommendation for shock incarceration, a one-year conditional discharge, $4,902.60 in restitution and $625 in court fees on charges of fifth-degree criminal possession of stolen property and third-degree burglary, to which he pleaded guilty April 19. The prison term is to run concurrent with one from Jefferson County, stemming from a two-county string of storage unit break-ins.

He was accused of possessing a stolen 2009 Honda Foreman all-terrain vehicle Oct. 26 and breaking into a storage unit at Care Free Storage, Deer River, on Oct. 30.

Mark H. Davis, 22, of 903 Cronk Road, Watertown, was arraigned on a charge of third-degree identity theft and pleaded guilty to the charge. He then was sentenced to three years’ probation and ordered to pay $2,388.18 in restitution and $250 in court fees. Mr. Davis was accused of, on July 3, using a debit card owned by Tamara Fleming to purchase $2,171.07 worth of merchandise on the Internet.

Joshua E. Hunkins, 24, of 3707 Hunkins Road, Port Leyden, was arraigned on a charge of third-degree burglary and pleaded guilty to the charge. Sentencing was set for Aug. 23. Mr. Hunkins was accused of unlawfully entering a building on James Street in Constableville owned by Jeffrey DeSantis.

John N. Makuch, 63, Utica, was arraigned on two counts of third-degree burglary and pleaded guilty to the charges. Sentencing was set for Aug. 9. Mr. Makuch was implicated in thefts on Jan. 15 and 25 at the Lowville Walmart involving many razors and DVDs.

Crystal Martin, 35, of 5392 Bostwick St., Lowville, was arraigned on a charge of felony driving while intoxicated and pleaded guilty to the charge. Sentencing was set for July 26. She was stopped Jan. 29 on Bostwick Street in Lowville.

Scott A. Danforth, 41, of 5770 Swiss Road, Castorland, was arraigned on a charge of felony DWI and pleaded guilty to the charge. Sentencing was set for July 26. He was stopped on March 31 on Route 126 in the town of Croghan.

Patrick J. Elliott, 37, of 518 W. Main St., Apt. A, Watertown, had his case of first- and second-degree rape and endangering the welfare of a child adjourned to Aug. 9. He was accused of having sexual intercourse with a girl under the age of 15 on Dec. 9 in the town of West Turin.

Cameron Carter, 44, of 10241 Plank Road, Copenhagen, had his case of felony driving while intoxicated, first-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, refusal to submit to a breath test, having no license plate and failing to keep right adjourned to June 28. He was stopped Jan. 22 on River Road in the town of Pinckney.

Five people arrested during a late April narcotics sweep in the village of Lowville dubbed “Operation Spring Sweep” also had their cases adjourned to June 28.

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