Police Say Glenfield Man Had Switchblade, Brass Knuckles

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A Glenfield man faces weapons charges following a domestic incident in the town of Watson.

Lewis County Sheriff's deputies say after they arrived, 18 year old Kyle Simpson became upset with both family members and police.

Deputies say Simpson had a switchblade knife and a brass knuckle belt buckle.

He was charged with two counts of fourth degree criminal possession of a weapon.

Simpson was arraigned in Lowville village court and committed to jail on $500 bail.

Friday, October 24, 2014
, Watertown, NY

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