Inmate Allegedly Shoves Corrections Officer At Parole Meeting

Inmate Allegedly Shoves Corrections Officer At Parole Meeting

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A Lewis County jail inmate is accused of shoving a corrections officer after throwing papers and walking out of a parole meeting.

Lewis County sheriff's deputies say 36 year old Thomas Sweredowski of Lowville became upset at the meeting and started throwing papers and other items around the room.

Deputies say he shoved a corrections officer in the chest with both hands while officers were trying to bring him under control and take him back to his cell.

Sweredowski was charged with second-degree harassment.

He will face the charge in Lowville village court at a later date.

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