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Lowville Man Sentenced to Serve 5 Years in Prison on Weapon Charges

June 07, 2019   06:30 p.m.     By: Nick Altmire
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    Lowville, NY- A Lowville man was sentenced this afternoon in Lewis County
    Court, with the Honorable John H. Crandall presiding, after pleading guilty to a
    pair of weapon charges on April 12.

    Michael C. Tabolt, 43, will serve a total of 5 1/2 years in State prison followed by
    5 years of post release parole on charges of second-degree Criminal Possession
    of a Weapon, a class C felony, and third-degree Criminal Possession of a
    Weapon, a class D felony. He was additionally ordered to pay $375 in court fees.
    The involved weapons were ordered to be destroyed.

    During his plea on April 12, Mr. Tabolt admitted to posessing an AR15 semi-
    automatic rifle and a firearm silencer on November 17, 2018 in the town of
    Martinsburg. He had a prior Assault conviction from 1999, preventing him from
    legally possessing firearms.
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