Defendants sentenced Friday in county court

The following sentences were handed down by President Judge Maureen Skerda during sentencing proceedings on Friday at the Warren County Courthouse.

All periods of incarceration are to be served in the Warren County Jail unless otherwise specified.

¯ Michael J. Hutley, Jamestown, NY, to five months to 10 months incarceration, 12 months probation, restitution to Walmart, $1,425 in fines and fees, no contact/trespass at Walmart, 60 hours of community service, participation in the COG group and credit for 59 days time served on a count of conspiracy (retail theft – take merchandise). He is work release and early re-entry eligible. At a second docket, he was sentenced to five to 10 months incarceration, 12 months probation, restitution to Walmart, $1,425 in fines and fees and 60 hours of community service on a count of conspiracy (retail theft – take merchandise).

¯ Michael K. Lester, Clarendon, to 12 months less one day to 24 months incarceration in a state correctional institution, $925 in fines and fees, credit for 108 days time served, priority for drug and alcohol treatment and a mental health evaluation on a count of unauthorized use motor/other vehicles. He is boot camp but not recidivism risk reduction incentive eligible. He was sentenced to six to 12 months incarceration in a state correctional institution on a count of theft by unlawful taking.

¯ Adam G. Miller, Warren, to a five year intermediate punishment sentence including 90 days house arrest and 90 days with drug pass and GPS monitoring and the duration on probation, $2,125 in fines and fees, participation in the alcohol highway safety school and victim impact panel program, an 18 month license suspension, 30 hours of community service and continuing with drug and alcohol treatment on a count of DUI: Controlled substance – Schedule II or III – second offense.

¯ Burdette G. Thomas, III, Warren, to 11 to 24 months incarceration in a state correctional institution, $775 in fines and fees, credit for 15 days time served and priority for drug and alcohol programming on a count of recklessly endangering another person. He is recidivism risk reduction incentive eligible but not boot camp eligible. On a count of conspiracy (engaging – tamper with /fabricate physical evidence), he was sentenced to eight to 24 months incarceration in state prison. At a second docket, Thomas was sentenced to six to 12 months incarceration in state prison, $875 in fines and fees and a six-month license suspension.

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