Domestic dispute results in four arrests in Lewis County

By WKTV News

WATSON, N.Y. (WKTV) - Four people are facing charges in Lewis County after a domestic dispute that occurred early Saturday morning.

Lewis County Sheriff's Deputies say they reported to a home at 5943 River Road, Lot 18, in the Town of Watson for a domestic dispute.

Officials say Danny Gudridge, who lives at the home, pushed Saratina Pfendler through a window during a fight, causing lacerations to her left arm.

Deputies say Pfendler's boyfriend, Walter Greene, started a fight with Gudridge, allegedly choking him and threatening to kill him.

Officials say the entire incident played out in front of an 11-year-old child belonging to Pfendler and Gudridge.

Gudridge is charged with assault, harassment and endangering the welfare of a child.

Pfendler, of Lowville, is charged with endangering the welfare of a child and harassment.

Greene, of Lowville, is charged with harassment.

While deputies were at the scene Greene reported that his cell phone was stolen while he was at the home. Officials interviewed several people inside the home and they all denied having the phone or seeing it in the residence.

When deputies called the phone, they say it began to ring underneath the pillow of Tammy Caplicki, 22 of Carthage, who was lying intoxicated in a nearby bedroom.

Caplicki is charged with criminal possession of stolen property and obstruction of government administration.

Deputies were assisted at the scene by the Lowville Police Department.

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