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December 29, 2012

No. 2: NT sees first homicide in almost 10 years

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Tonawanda News — A Michigan publication reported that Lowry has had a troubled past and was convicted of second-degree criminal sexual conduct for relations with a 13-year-old girl in Ypsilanti.

He then lived in a residential treatment center until 2000, when he fled a halfway house and was later convicted of violating his probation. In 2005, he failed to register as a sex offender, local media outlets reported, and served another 90 days in jail.

The Tonawanda News is compiling its annual list of the top 10 stories of the year. Here's a look at the list so far: • 10: NHL lockout threatens season • 9: HSBC sells out to First Niagara • 8: Upscale eateries open in area • 7: Cuomo pledges "billion for Buffalo" • 6: Bills struggle despite landing Williams • 5: Canal Fest closing time controversy • 4: GM adds engine lines, 500 jobs • 3: Little League Drive development deal • 2: NT sees first homicide in 10 years

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