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Prison sentence for weapons charges handed down in Lewis County Court

pLOWVILLE — A man facing weapons charges was sentenced Friday afternoon in Lewis County Court to prison time under terms of his April 12 plea deal./ppMichael C. Tabolt, 43, was sentenced by Judge John H. Crandall to 5½ years in state prison followed by five years of parole for second- and third-degree criminal possession of a weapon, both felony charges, to which he pleaded guilty in April./ppMr. Tabolt had a loaded Rock River Arms AR-15 semiautomatic rifle in the hay rack of his horse barn and a silencer for a different weapon in a bag with other things in his garage in November. Because of a prior felony assault conviction, he could not legally possess the firearm./ppHe is required to pay $375 in court fees and surcharges and the weapons will be destroyed under the judge’s order./ppIn Judge Daniel R. King’s Friday morning county court session:/ppLori J. Durham, 62, Lyons Falls, pleaded guilty to fourth-degree grand larceny as part of a plea deal that is likely to have her sentenced to five years of probation and payment of full restitution on Aug. 2./ppMs. Durham admitted that when she was an employee of Grieg Store in the town of Grieg, she stole cash and products valued at about $3,955, between Sept. 19 and Oct. 19. /ppShe was originally charged with third-degree grand larceny, a more serious felony, by state police in December./ppIvan M. Herrera, 34, Sackets Harbor, pleaded guilty to misdemeanor petit larceny, reduced from felony grand larceny./ppOn Dec. 17, Mr. Herrera withdrew about $2,500 from a closed Community Bank account in Lowville. He had already paid full restitution prior to the proceeding./ppMr. Herrera was sentenced to a one-year conditional discharge and is required to pay a $50 court fee./p


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