A Lowville man already in jail is facing more time behind bars after creating a disturbance at his parole meeting.
According to Lewis County Sheriff's deputies, 36-year-old Thomas Sweredowski "became upset," throwing papers and other items inside a meeting room. Sweredowski then allegedly attempted to leave the meeting "against the orders of officers."
He then is said to have shoved a CO before he was eventually subdued.
Sweredowski was charged with second-degree harassment and sent back to his cell.