Lewis County Court Activity Report for June 04, 2021
Published: June 06, 2021 at 11:45 a.m.
By: Nick Altmire
Lowville, NY- The
following plea and sentencing activity took place on Friday morning in
Lewis County Court, with the Honorable Daniel R. King presiding:
James D. Barker, 60, of the town
of Denmark, was sentenced to serve a 5-year term of probation supervision
on a charge of third-degree Unlawful Manufacture of Methamphetamine, a
class D felony, to which he pleaded guilty to on March 19. He was
additionally ordered to pay $90 in restitution and $50 in court fees and
will have his driverís license suspended for six months. The charge was the
result of a search warrant executed on October 23, 2020, by
the Lewis County Drug Task Force at Mr. Barkerís residence in the town of
Jessica N. Dean, 25, of
Lowville, pleaded guilty to one count of fifth-degree Welfare Fraud, a
class A misdemeanor, admitting to receiving $4,998 in SNAP benefits to
which she was not entitled between September 2018 and March 2019, after
failing to provide accurate income information to the Lewis County
Department of Social Services. Restitution has been paid in full and Ms.
Dean was sentenced to a 1-year conditional discharge and ordered to pay $50
in court fees.
Stacey R. Dixon, 34, of Port
Leyden, pleaded guilty to one count each of first-degree Criminal
Impersonation of a Police Officer, a class E felony, and second-degree
Criminal Contempt, a class A misdemeanor. The charges stem from separate
incidents on February 10th and February 11th.†
Sentencing was adjourned to August 13, when Ms. Dixon is expected to
be placed on probation supervision for 3 years.
Alexis A. Fuller, 30, of
Watertown, pleaded guilty to one count of third-degree Burglary, a class D
felony, admitting to entering the Walmart in the town of Lowville on
September 5, 2019, with the intent to commit a crime. Ms. Fuller was
previously banned from entering any Walmart location. Sentencing was
adjourned to August 13th, when Ms. Fuller is expected to be sent
to the Lewis County Jail for six months, followed by 5 years of probation
Jack G. Iams, 27, of Watertown, pleaded guilty to one
count of third-degree Burglary, a class D felony, admitting to illegally
entering and removing items from a residence in the town of Denmark on
November 3, 2020.† Sentencing was
adjourned to August 27th, along with sentencing on a charge of
third-degree Grand Larceny, a class D felony, to which Mr. Iams pleaded guilty
to on May 7th in Lewis County Court.
The next session
of Lewis County Court is scheduled for Thursday, June 17, 2021, due to the
Juneteenth holiday falling on Friday, June 17.
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