LOWVILLE A Port Leyden man will serve state prison time for having sexual contact with a child.
Daniel S. Rounds, 29, of 7178 Murphy Road, on Friday in Lewis County Court was sentenced as a second felony offender to eight years in prison, 15 years of post-release parole supervision and $1,425 in court fees on a charge of first-degree criminal sexual act, to which he pleaded guilty Aug. 23. He also was registered as a sex offender, and Judge Daniel R. King issued an order of protection that is to extend to eight years past his maximum release date.
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.
Also in Lewis County Court:
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 Friday, with a possible trial date set for Nov. 18. He is 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 younger Mr. Davoys death.
Luis J. Pabon Jr., 39, formerly of Lowville, was sentenced as a second felony offender to 1½ years in prison, a year of post-release parole supervision, forfeiture of $1,028 in cash seized during his arrest and $375 in court fees on a charge of third-degree criminal sale of marijuana, to which he pleaded guilty July 12. He was accused of selling marijuana on several occasions in Lowville.
Joseph K. Kittleman, 32, Rugg Road, Boonville, was sentenced to a one-year conditional discharge and $250 in court fees on a charge of second-degree criminal contempt, to which he pleaded guilty Sept. 6. He was accused of violating an order of protection by getting into an altercation with his brother, David Kittleman, on July 4 in the town of Leyden.
Parker Moyer, 36, of 10399 Route 126, Castorland, was arraigned on charges of third-degree burglary, petit larceny and criminal obstruction of breathing or blood circulation and pleaded guilty to all charges. He then was entered into the countys Drug Court program. Mr. Moyer was accused of breaking into a building owned by Scott Sweeney on Route 126 in the town of Croghan between June 1 and Aug. 2 and stealing miscellaneous tools, along with choking Melissa Snyder on Aug. 24 in the town of New Bremen.
James R. Sees, 41, and his wife, Nicole L., 28, both of High Falls Apartments, 4061 Cherry St., Apt. 3, and Jody A. Kirk Jr., 28, no permanent address, all had their cases of third-degree unlawful manufacture of methamphetamine and second-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance adjourned to Nov. 8; Mr. and Mrs. Sees additionally were charged with unlawful disposal of methamphetamine laboratory material, Mr. Sees and Mr. Kirk were each charged with seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance and Mr. Kirk was charged with criminally possessing a hypodermic instrument.
The three are accused of operating a meth lab Sept. 3 in the Sees apartment.
Sharon M. Lyng, 58, of 718 Nellis Road, Watertown, had sentencing adjourned to Dec. 6 in her case of second-degree promoting prison contraband; she pleaded guilty to the charge Aug. 9. Ms. Lyng was accused of having tobacco and matches at the county jail on May 25.