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Lowville man returning to prison on burglary charge

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LOWVILLE — A Lowville man is heading back to state prison for burglary.

Jeffrey L. Stewart, 29, of 6742 River Road, was sentenced Friday in Lewis County Court to three to six years in prison and ordered to pay $595 restitution on a charge of third-degree burglary, to which he pleaded guilty June 27.

He was accused of helping to damage a window and break into a shed belonging to Bruce Sampson on Jan. 11 in the town of Greig.

Mr. Stewart has served a pair of prison terms in the past on check-forging charges, the most recent being a 3-year stint ending last September that stemmed from a County Court conviction on two counts of second-degree criminal possession of a forged instrument.

And an alleged accomplice of Mr. Stewart, Jacob T. Farney, 22, of 6755 Number Four Road, Trailer B, was sentenced to one year in county jail and restitution already paid on a charge of fourth-degree criminal mischief, to which he pleaded guilty July 12.

Also in Lewis County Court on Friday:

Lyle F. Davoy Sr., 56, of 9520 Stillwater Road, town of Watson, had his case of second-degree murder, third-degree criminal possession of a weapon and first-degree criminal use of a firearm adjourned to Oct. 4, with a possible trial date of Nov. 18. He was accused of shooting his son, Lyle F. Davoy Jr., 29, in the upper torso with a 20-gauge shotgun on the night of May 13 outside a Stillwater Road residence, causing the young Mr. Davoy’s death.

Daniel S. Rounds, 29, of 7178 Murphy Road, Port Leyden, pleaded guilty to first-degree criminal sexual act, also satisfying two counts apiece of first-degree sexual abuse and endangering the welfare of a child and a single count of forcible touching. Sentencing was set for Oct. 18. He was accused of having oral sex with a child under the age of 11 from June to September 2008 in Port Leyden and inappropriately touching the child in November in the town of Lyonsdale.

Daniel J. Guynup, 43, Clifton Park, was arraigned on a charge of first-degree possession of an imitation controlled substance and pleaded guilty to the charge. He then was sentenced to time served in county jail and a one-year conditional discharge. He was accused of having imitation hallucinogenic mushrooms Aug. 10 at moe.down music festival in Turin.

Joshua E. Hunkins, 24, of 3707 Hunkins Road, Port Leyden, was sentenced to one year in county jail and ordered to pay $2,800 restitution on a charge of third-degree burglary, to which he pleaded guilty June 7. He was accused of unlawfully entering a building on James Street in Constableville owned by Jeffrey DeSantis.

Jason E. Houghton, 25, Route 812, Lowville, was sentenced to three years’ probation and ordered to pay $517 restitution on a charge of fourth-degree criminal mischief, to which he pleaded guilty June 28. He was accused of, on April 28, breaking doors and punching holes in drywall of property owned by Daniel Houghton and Widrick’s Trailer Park in the town of New Bremen.

Kenneth J. Keehner, 41, of 7334 Brantingham Road, Greig, was arraigned on a new charge of second-degree bail jumping and pleaded innocent. His case — also including charges of driving while intoxicated, aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and refusal to submit to a breath test — was adjourned to Nov. 8. He was stopped Dec. 10, 2010, on Brantingham Road in the town of Greig, then allegedly failed to appear for an arraignment on those charges following his indictment in 2011.

Sade D. Emerson, 25, Jerden Falls Road, Croghan, was arraigned on a charge of fifth-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance and pleaded guilty. Sentencing was set for Oct. 4. He was accused of possessing lorazepam and carisoprodol on April 18 in the town of New Bremen.

Thomas C. Hanno Jr., 38, Lowville, had his case of fourth-degree criminal sale of a controlled substance and fifth-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance adjourned to Nov. 8, with a possible trial date of Dec. 16. He was accused of selling hydrocodone in October in Lowville.

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