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March 7, 2013

Former bouncer gets a year in jail

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Lockport Union-Sun & Journal — But Wick has has told me that before, Farkas responded.

”And that’s the problem,” she said.

Wick told the judge he never expected to be back in court. What could have happened with his son, “It hurts me,” Wick said.

New York State Police reported last June Wick had pressed down on the accelerator as his son was driving on Route 31 in Cambria. A collision was avoided when the 16-year-old put the vehicle’s transmission into park.

Wick was charged with violating an order of protection against his wife and son the following day. A new order of protection for the wife was given Wednesday.

Wick was elected town justice in 2003, remaining in the position until 2005. The following year Wick was no longer serving as justice, as he pleaded guilty to harassment of his wife, received a one-year conditional discharge, then violated the order of protection against her a few days later.

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