Oswego County man charged with criminal contempt, endangering welfare of a child
OSWEGO, N.Y. —
An Oswego County man has been charged following a violation of a court order, according to State Police.
Daniel Pyne Jr., of Oswego, is facing one count of endangering the welfare of a child and eight counts of criminal contempt in the second degree.
Pyne is accused of using a third party to correspond with written letters to a protected party of a duly served order of protection, which had been issued as a result of a prior arrest of rape in the third degree, endangering the welfare of a child, course of sexual conduct against a child and criminal sexual act in the third degree. Pyne had been arrested on those charges in June.
He is currently incarcerated at the Oswego County Jail awaiting court proceedings and has sent numerous written letters to the protected party during that time.
Pyne was arraigned in the city of Oswego Court and remanded back to the Oswego County Jail on $1000 cash/$2000 bond.