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September 21, 2018



Police: Help Us Trace Accused Murderer’s Path

William Levea's car, an orange, 2008 Dodge Caliber, 4 door with a license plate of EDX 6213Police in Cayuga County are offering a little more information about the investigation into William Levea of Fulton.  He’s accused of murder, for allegedly ramming the back of another man’s car until it went out of control and crashed, killing the driver.

Today, police are giving us a look at Levea’s car, to try to jog the memories of people who might have seen him Friday afternoon.

Fulton Man Charged With Murder After Highway Incident

William Levea. Mugshot courtesy NewsChannel 9.Police in Cayuga County charged a Fulton man, William L. Levea, 79, of 1471 County Route 6, with murder Friday night.

The Sheriff’s Department alleges he rammed his vehicle several times into a truck driven by Christopher J. Spack, 41, of 3381 Howlett Hill Road, Camillus as they drove along Route 370 in Cato at about 6:30 Friday night.

Jury Seated For Alan Jones’ Murder Trial

UPDATED: Jury selection was completed Tuesday  in the trial of the Palermo man charged with killing his stepsister last August. Alan Jones is charged with second-degree murder in the death of Erin Maxwell. Opening statements are set for Wednesday.

Alan Jones’ Murder Trial Begins Today

Alan Jones goes on trial beginning Tuesday morning for the death of his stepsister, Erin Maxwell.

The trial begins with jury selection before Judge Walter Hafner. District Attorney Donald Dodd and defense lawyer Sal Lanza will pick the 12 jurors and 2 alternates who will hear the evidence and decide whether Jones is guilty or not guilty.

Barboni Guilty Of Second-Degree Murder

The jury has spoken in the case of Jay John Barboni. Barboni, 31, formerly of Falcon Drive, Liverpool, was convicted of second-degree murder, a class A felony, and first-degree manslaughter, a class B felony. He had been charged in connection with the death of 15-month-old Nicholas Taylor.

Grand Jury Returns Murder Charge

<p>Jay J. Barboni</p>

An Oswego County grand jury has returned an indictment against Jay J. Barboni, the man accused of causing the death of his girlfriend’s 15-month-old son in Fulton. The toddler died Aug. 18 while in Barboni’s care. Barboni will be arraigned Friday on one count of second-degree murder, one count of first-degree manslaughter and one count of second-degree manslaughter.

Judge Won’t Lower Bail In Maxwell Case

<p>Alan Jones, left, appears in court with his lawyer, Sal Lanza.</p>

Erin Maxwell’s step-brother, father, and step-mother remain in jail as a judge refused to lower their bail. Alan Jones was arraigned on a charge of second-degree murder in connection with her death. Her father and step-mother are each facing six counts of endangering the welfare of a child.

Video Of State Police News Conference

We’ve got the entire video of Tuesday’s news conference by State Police and the Oswego County District Attorney’s office, announcing the arrest of Alan Jones for killing 11 year old Erin Maxwell in their home in Palermo.  Erin’s father and stepmother were also arrested, accused of endangering the welfare of a minor.

First Photos Of Arrests In Maxwell Killing

</p>Police escort Alan Jones from the State Police barracks in Fulton to a waiting vehicle, where he was taken to Oswego County Court to face a charge of murder.

Alan Jones is facing a charge of murder in the death of his stepsister, 11 year old Erin Maxwell, in their Palermo home.  Here are our first photos from a stakeout at the State Police barracks in Fulton, as Jones and Erin’s parents are led out in handcuffs to face charges.

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