DA Announces Pleas, Sentences In County Court

MAYVILLE — Chautauqua County District Attorney Patrick Swanson announced the following recent pleas and sentences in Chautauqua County Court.

¯ Randolph Perkins, of Jamestown, was sentenced on July 5 by Acting Chautauqua County Court Judge John Lamancuso to one to three years in state prison, after being convicted on one count of third-degree burglary.

¯ Kyle Lewis, of Jamestown, was sentenced on July 10 by Lamancuso to one year in state prison plus one year of post-release supervision, after being convicted of fifth-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance.

¯ Jonathan Otero, of Dunkirk, was sentenced on July 9, by Chautauqua County Court Judge David W. Foley to two years in state prison plus three years of post-release supervision, after being convicted of second-degree attempted criminal possession of a weapon.

¯ Ontairo Eldridge, of Dunkirk, was sentenced on July 16, by Foley to four years in state prison plus three years of post-release supervision, after being convicted of third-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance.

¯ Jose Guzman, of Dunkirk, was sentenced on July 16, by Foley to eight years in state prison plus three years of post-release supervision, after being convicted of third-degree attempted criminal possession of a controlled substance.

¯ Norman Geddis, of Dunkirk, was sentenced on July 16, by Foley to five years in state prison plus five years of post-release supervision, after being convicted of first-degree attempted robbery.

¯ Russell Genovese, of Dunkirk, was sentenced by Foley on July 16, to six and one-half years in state prison plus five years of post-release supervision, after being convicted of second-degree Assault.

¯ James Hurley, was sentenced on July 23, by Foley to two counts of five years in state prison plus three years of post-release supervision on each count to run currently, after being convicted of two counts of third-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance.

¯ Christopher Howie, of Jamestown, was sentenced on July 23, by Foley to one and one-half years in state prison plus one years of post-release supervision, after being convicted of fifth-degree attempted criminal possession of a controlled substance.

¯ Steven Seavy, of Brocton, was sentenced on July 23, by Foley to two years in state prison plus two years of post-release supervision, after being convicted of fourth-degree attempted criminal possession of a controlled substance.

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