Tonawanda News — 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.
North Tonawanda police tracked Rylowicz’s missing vehicle to the New York State Police, where it was recently held after an acquaintance of Lowry’s was stopped driving it on the I-190 and charged with DWI. Police said Lowry “admitted his involvement” in Rylowicz’s death but refused to elaborate further.
The Niagara County District Attorney’s Office did not return calls seeking information on subsequent court proceedings.Contact reporter Michael Regan at 693-1000, ext. 4115.