Lowville man sentenced to six years in prison for meth-making

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LOWVILLE — A Lowville man on Friday in Lewis County Court was sentenced to six years in prison for making methamphetamine on a couple of occasions.

Timothy L. Mooney, 33, of 5919 River Road, sentenced as a second-felony offender, is additionally to serve two years of post-release parole supervision, have his driver’s license suspended for six months and pay $375 in court fees on charges of second-degree unlawful manufacture of methamphetamine and second- and third-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance, to which he pleaded guilty July 7.

He was accused of having a mobile meth lab June 21, 2016, in the town of Turin and making and possessing meth Jan. 23 in the town of Watson.

Also in Lewis County Court Friday:

Douglas M. Tuttle, 22, Snell Road, Lowville, was sentenced to 2½ years in prison and one year of post-release parole supervision on charges of third-degree unlawful manufacture of methamphetamine and fifth-degree criminal sale of a controlled substance, but Judge Daniel R. King recommended that he participate in the state’s six-month, military-style shock incarceration program as an alternative to incarceration. His driver’s license was also suspended for six months, he paid $40 restitution with further payments to be determined at a Sept. 22 hearing and he was ordered to pay $425 in court fees.

Mr. Tuttle was accused of selling meth April 20, 2016, in Lowville and making meth May 18, 2016, with two other youths in an apartment building on South State Street in Lowville, causing an explosion that burned down the building.

Gregory S. Ward, 32, of 7313 Chase Lake Road, Glenfield, was sentenced to three years in prison and two years post-release parole supervision on two counts of third-degree criminal sale of a controlled substance, three counts of third-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance and single counts of third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, failure to keep right and inadequate muffler. However, Judge King recommended him for the state prison system’s 90-day Willard Drug Rehabilitation Program, a military-style shock “boot camp” which allows inmates who successfully complete it to serve the remainder of their prison sentences under parole supervision. Mr. Ward also paid $60 restitution and was ordered to pay an additional $800 in court fees

He was accused of selling heroin April 22, 2016, in the town of Watson and on June 20 in the town of Pinckney and possessing it on the latter date during a traffic stop on County Route 194 in the town of Pinckney.

Joshua D. Rogers, 31, of 4206 Route 26, Turin, was sentenced, as a second-felony offender, to 1 ½ to 3 years in prison, but Judge King mandated he participate in the shock program. He was additionally ordered to pay $375 in court fees on a charge of second-degree attempted assault, to which he pleaded guilty May 12. Mr. Rogers was accused of striking Reena Rogers, causing swelling, on Oct. 23 in the town of Turin. Judge King issued an eight-year order of protection on the victim’s behalf.

Alicia N. Babcock, 23, of 7038 Texas Road, Croghan, after failing to successfully complete interim conditions of probation, was sentenced to five years’ probation, a $1,000 fine, $570 in court fees, a one-year driver’s license revocation and mandatory participation in ignition interlock and victim impact panel programs on a charge of felony aggravated driving while intoxicated, to which she pleaded guilty May 20, 2016. She was accused of driving while impaired by drugs, with a child as a passenger, on July 18, 2015, on Route 812 in the town of New Bremen.

Patricia A. Turck, 37, of 8296 Route 812, Lowville, was arraigned on a charge of third-degree unlawful manufacture of methamphetamine and pleaded guilty. Sentencing was set for Aug. 4. Ms. Turck was accused of having meth-making materials Feb. 18 in Lowville.

Robert R. Newell, 50, Glenfield, pleaded guilty to an amended charge of fifth-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance, also satisfying a charge of third-degree criminal sale of a controlled substance. Sentencing was set for Sept. 22. Mr. Newell was accused of possessing cocaine July 14 in the town of Greig.

Shaun K. Elliott, 31, of 6755A Number Four Road, Lowville, was arraigned on charges of second-degree criminal sale and possession of marijuana and fourth-degree criminal possession of a weapon and pleaded guilty to the charges. Sentencing was set for Sept. 29. He was accused of selling marijuana Jan. 4, having brass knuckles Jan. 6 and possessing marijuana May 5, all in the town of Watson.

His wife, Erin T. Elliott, 47, was also arraigned on fourth-degree criminal possession of marijuana and endangering the welfare of a child stemming from the alleged incident May 5 and pleaded guilty to the marijuana possession charge. She is also to be sentenced Sept. 29.

Charles C. Fye, 27, Rochester, was arraigned on a charge of fourth-degree criminal sale of marijuana and pleaded guilty. Sentencing was set for Oct. 27. He was accused of selling the drug July 2 at the moe.down music festival in Turin.

Tiffany E. Hawco, 24, of Hull, Mass., was arraigned on a charge of seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance and pleaded guilty. Sentencing was set for Jan. 5. She was accused of having ketamine at moe.down July 3.

David C. Trendall, 26, Lewiston, was arraigned on a charge of fifth-degree attempted criminal sale of a controlled substance and pleaded guilty. Sentencing was set for Jan. 5. He was accused of attempting to sell ketamine June 30 at moe.down.

Edmund A. Lonzo, 22, Nattleborough, Mass., was arraigned on single counts of third-degree criminal sale and possession of a controlled substance and four counts apiece of fifth-degree criminal sale and possession of a controlled substance and pleaded not guilty. His case was adjourned to Aug. 18. Mr. Lonzo was accused of selling cocaine and lysergic acid diethylamide on July 1 and 2 at moe.down.

Tracie E. Dean, 25, of 5789 Swiss Road, Castorland, was arraigned on a charge of second-degree offering a false instrument for filing and pleaded guilty. Sentencing was set for Aug. 4. Ms. Dean was accused of providing incorrect information to the county Department of Social Services April 22 to receive benefits to which she was not entitled.

Casey J. Burke, 32, of 5060 Golden Road, West Leyden, had his case of felony driving while intoxicated, first-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, failure to keep right and refusal to take a Breathalyzer test adjourned to Sept. 8, with a possible trial date set for Nov. 27. Mr. Burke was stopped Oct. 14 on Route 26 in the town of Lewis.

Richard Cobb Jr., 26, of 7514 S. State St., Lowville, had his case of third-degree criminal sale and possession of a controlled substance and four counts apiece of fifth-degree criminal sale and possession of a controlled substance, to which he pleaded not guilty, adjourned to Sept. 8, with a possible trial date set for Jan. 8. Mr. Cobb was accused of selling morphine and methamphetamine on several occasions from Jan. 4 through March 2 in the town of Watson and the town and village of Lowville.

Jessica Gazzillo, 34, Croghan, had her case of third-degree criminal sale and possession of a controlled substance adjourned to Aug. 4, with a possible trial date set for Sept. 11. She was accused of selling oxymorphone June 8 in the town of New Bremen.

Anthony A. Pickel, 35, of 5037 Keener Hill Road, Lowville, had his case of third-degree unlawful manufacture of methamphetamine, unlawful disposal of meth lab materials, fifth-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance, unlawful disposal of hazardous materials and fourth-degree endangering public health, safety or the environment adjourned to Aug. 18, with a possible trial date set for Dec. 11. Mr. Pickel was accused of making meth and burning and dumping materials near a stream on April 5 in the town of Martinsburg.

Shawn R. Pignone, 32, of 7183 Murphy Road, Port Leyden, had his case of predatory sexual assault against a child and 13 counts of possessing sexual performance by a child adjourned to Sept. 8. He was accused of having sexual contact with a child under the age of 11 on multiple occasions over the last three years and of possessing child pornography.

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