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LOWVILLE — A Port Leyden man accused in a pair of truck thefts was sentenced Friday in Lewis County Court to six months in county jail.

Jessie J. Bourgeois, 32, of 3036 River Road, additionally was sentenced to five years’ probation, $982.30 restitution and $250 in court fees on a charge of third-degree criminal possession of stolen property, to which he pleaded guilty Jan. 10. Mr. Bourgeois was accused of stealing, in late October, a 2010 Ford Ranger belonging to William C. Brown & Son Plumbing and Heating from Lowville that later was found in Rome, and also of possessing a stolen 2008 Chevrolet Colorado pickup truck owned by Martin Findlay in Lowville.

Also in Lewis County Court on Friday:

Sharon M. Lyng, 58, of 718 Nellis St., Watertown, was sentenced to three years’ probation, a $200 fine and $250 in court fees on a charge of second-degree promoting prison contraband, to which she pleaded guilty Aug. 9. Ms. Lyng was accused of having tobacco and matches at the county jail on May 25.

Jammie L. Premo, 31, of 6902 Austin Road, Glenfield, was sentenced to a one-year conditional discharge and $45 in restitution and $50 in court fees, both paid. Mr. Premo was accused of smashing several items belonging to Jean VerSchneider in an incident Nov. 9 in Lowville. Judge Daniel R. King also issued a five-year stay-away order of protection on the victim’s behalf.

Scott J. Tanner, 53, Blossvale, had his case of felony aggravated driving while intoxicated and failure to stop at a stop sign adjourned to May 2, with a possible trial date set for June 23. Mr. Tanner was accused of driving while drunk Aug. 6 on Osceola and Kirk roads in the town of Lewis.

Joseph C. Dalpe, 56, of 3109 East Road, Port Leyden, had sentencing in his case of fourth-degree attempted criminal mischief adjourned to March 28; he pleaded guilty to the charge Dec. 20. Mr. Dalpe was accused of attempting to damage a vehicle belonging to Linda Dalpe on Nov. 10 in the town of Leyden.

Teresia L. Jenne, 38, of 7786 Brantingham Road, Greig, was arraigned on a new charge of first-degree identity theft, and her case — also including charges of first-degree identity theft and third-degree grand larceny to which she pleaded guilty Nov. 15 — was adjourned to Feb. 28.

Ms. Jenne was accused of trying to pass herself off as Kurt Jenne on both April 8 and April 15 by providing his personal information to a bank and a financial loan company, respectively, as well as cashing a $5,000 check Sept. 9 from a Community Bank account that didn’t have money in it.

Michael A. Bauer, 33, Poughkeepsie, had his case of third-degree criminal possession of a weapon and second-degree bail jumping adjourned to Feb. 28. Mr. Bauer was accused of stealing two revolvers from the town of Greig residence of Randolph Bauer in September 2012, then failing to appear for a sentencing hearing Nov. 8 in County Court after pleading guilty to the weapon charge in April.

James J. Burns, 37, Dicob Road, Lowville, had his case of felony aggravated DWI adjourned to March 14. Mr. Burns was accused of driving drunk with a child in the vehicle on July 20 on Snell Road in the town of Watson.

Richard A. Cobb, 22, of 2466 Thomas Road, Port Leyden, had his case of third-degree unlawful manufacture of methamphetamine adjourned to Feb. 28, while his alleged accomplice, Christina Doner, 22, Williamstown, had hers adjourned to March 7.

Mr. Cobb and Ms. Doner were accused of possessing equipment and drug-making materials on May 7 at a West Turin residence.

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