99 NEWS FOR MONDAY, 1/3/11
DEPEYSTER CAR-BUGGY ACCIDENT SENDS BUGGY DRIVER TO SYRACUSE HOSPITAL--State Police say 20-year-old Verna Yoder sustained a head injury when she struck the pavement after being thrown from the west-bound buggy struck by a car on State Route 184 southwest of Heuvelton about 5pm Sunday. The driver of the car, 72-year-old Helen Smithers of Wardell Road was not hurt. No tickets were issued.
TWO DOGS, TWO ADULTS ESCAPE FROM NORFOLK HOUSE FIRE--Norfolk Fire Department and numerous other departments responded to the scene of a blaze at the residence of Steve and Roberta Jenne at 80 Lacomb Road about 11:15 Sunday morning. Nobody was hurt; the cause of the fire is still under investigation. Firefighters were able to save some of the structure.
FOUR HOMELESS FROM RICHVILLE HOUSE FIRE--Christopher and Jen Sharpe of 532 County Route 20 were ejected from their home as flames destroyed the house. Investigators label the loss 'total'. The call came in about 10:30 last night; Richville firefighters and mutual aid were on the scene well into the overnight hours.
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Lisbon woman, 56-year-old Marie Pitts allegedly beats up daughter's boyfriend in presence of children Saturday, charged with endangerment and other counts and released on court tickets.
Winthrop man jailed after allegedly accosting a pregnant woman. 65-year-old James Markes charged Friday with new state crime of Obstructing Breathing or Blood Circulation and other counts.
Richard White--79--Canton, Russell. Services 11am Wednesday at O'Leary Funeral Home, Canton. Calling hours Tuesday 2-4, 7-9pm
Carlton Pernice--78--Norfolk. No services or calling hours; arrangements with Buck Funeral Home, Norfolk.