Call for Help is a show that helps you understand technology - "how to choose it, use it, abuse it, and eventually lose it".This one hour show is designed to help viewers, from the hardcore to the novice, get the most out of their technology and keep up-to-date on the latest tech news, products, and trends.The charges come from incidents with two 15-year-old girls beginning in 2011.Syracuse, NY -- A 24-year-old Manlius man who recently earned his teaching degree has been found guilty in Onondaga County for sex crimes involving two 15-year-old girls in 20. Lewis, who graduated from Fayetteville-Manlius High School in 2008, earned a bachelor's degree in music education at the State University of New York at Fredonia in 2012 and a master's degree in music performance and conducting in 2014. Lewis met his first victim at Eagle Hill Middle School in 2010 when he was satisfying his classroom observation hours for his teaching degree.Lewis' career goals, according to his resume, were to educate the "voice and mind of young singers." Lewis is now waiting in jail for his sentencing date after a jury found the college dean's list graduate guilty Wednesday of rape in third degree, forcible touching and two counts of endangering the welfare of a child. Eagle Hill is in the Fayetteville-Manlius School District.Assistant District Attorney Jeremy Cali said the two exchanged contact information while he was at the school and later developed a romantic relationship.Welcome to Results-Only Radio, where we discuss workplace culture, productivity, and how to create an organization of happy, results-focused people.
Call For Help originally began on Tech TV in May 1998.
Cancelled six years later, in May 2004, following the Tech TV/G4 merger (considered by purists to be "the end of Tech TV"), viewer response led to the show being resurrected in August 2004 by G4Tech TV Canada.
Former host Laporte was happy to return to the new show, to be joined by new co-hosts Andy Walker and Monica Litonjua (Litonjua soon left the show and was succeeded by web expert Amber Mac Arthur).
Charges were not filed with the Onondaga County Sheriff's Office until August 2012, which was about eight months after police began investigating Lewis' actions involving another 15-year-old girl.
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