Pleas entered in county court
A Corry woman who pled guilty to theft and possession of a controlled substance was one of seven guilty pleas entered on Thursday before Judge Gregory Hammond.
Kimberly B. Banks, Corry, pled guilty to the charges in connection with an incident that occurred at the Rouse home in May 2019.
Hammond said Banks was serving as a shift nurse at the Rouse Home when she put an oxycodone in her pocket “with the intent to remove it from the premises.”
He said the medication was prescribed to a patient and that she kept it “for a personal advantage.”
In exchange for the plea, charges of acquiring or obtaining a controlled substance by misrepresentation, receiving stolen property and tamper records or ID-writing were not prosecuted.
The following defendants also entered guilty pleas:
¯ Nathaniel D. Glenn, Warren, to indecent exposure and harassment. Charges of disorderly conduct and stalking were not prosecuted.
¯ Joseph P. Harrington, Randolph, NY, to DUI: General impairment/incapable of safe driving — first offense, disregard traffic lane and careless driving. Charges of DUI: Highest rate of alcohol — first offense, driving at safe speed and restraint systems were not prosecuted.
¯ Jared L. Hultberg, Garland, to DUI: Highest rate of alcohol — first offense, driving without a license and careless driving. Charges of DUI: General impairment/incapable of safe driving, fail to carry license, disregard traffic lane and turning movements and required signals were not prosecuted.
¯ Matthew S. Smith, Warren, to conspiracy — access device fraud. Charges of theft of property lost, etc. by mistake and access device fraud were not prosecuted.
¯ John W. Soderberg, Warren, to receiving stolen property. A count of theft by unlawful taking was not prosecuted.
¯ Christopher M. Walton, Youngsville, to criminal mischief — damage property intentional, reckless or negligent. A count of institutional vandalism — educational facility was not prosecuted.
The following defendants entered not guilty pleas:
¯ Carter T. Bean, Clarendon. Bean has been charged with aggravated indecent assault, corruption of minors and three counts of indecent assault.
¯ Alexa N. Corbett, Warren. Corbett has been charged with DUI: General impairment/incapable of safe driving — first offense, DUI: Highest rate of alcohol — first offense, careless driving and accident damage to unattended vehicle or property.
A bench warrant was issued for the arrest of Cassie J. Nichols, Pittsfield, who has been charged with two counts each of forgery, access device fraud and theft by unlawful taking, for failure to appear.