The Schuyler County Department of Social Services filed petitions against the father, the mother and the caretaker in Family Court, alleging that the children had been severely abused, abused and/or neglected. Attorney Sandra Colatosti represented the caretaker. Attorney Pamela Doyle Gee represented the children. and another, alleged to be Neglected, Abused and/or Severely Abused Children” is available on the court’s website here: Glen High School graduate Jeff Kellogg has written what he describes as "a bit of a reflection given the 10-year-anniversary of my accident and the important role the community played in my recovery." The Schuyler County community has many such heroes.
The father was represented on appeal by Assistant Public Defender Frederick Cerio. Today, 10 years from when my life was changed, after breaking my neck and suffering a spinal cord injury, I want to shine a bright light on a community that knows how to “persevere and endure in spite of overwhelming obstacles” and say a long overdue thank you.
In fact, the father of the boy with the injured jaw said a high level of carbon monoxide was found in the youngster's system at the hospital.
Medical personnel tended to the three victims for more than a half hour and ambulances arrived to transport them to the hospital.
Each was responsive during the interlude, and medical personnel present thought they would be okay, although one boy hit his chin hard -- and was said later to have suffered a fractured jaw that will require surgery after the swelling subsides.
Hartford, who handled the case, said that between June 2012 and May 4, 2016, the defendant provided her brother and co-conspirator Scott Kennedy with equipment and materials, including pseudoephedrine, with the knowledge and intent that her brother would use them to manufacture methamphetamine.
During a search of the vehicle, officers located the pseudoephedrine pills. Lunch was also available for purchase, as were baked goods. Kids worked on Chrismas projects in Santa's Workshop. James' Episcopal Church attracted a steady stream of people to its Holiday Bazaar, held in the Friendship Hall on 6th Street in Watkins Glen.