Eight sentenced Friday afternoon
Eight defendants were sentenced Friday afternoon during sentence court proceedings before Judge Gregory Hammond.
Jessica M. Albares, 265 Willard St., Jamestown to incarceration of 30 days to two years less on day with credit for six days time served on a felony count of retail theft. She is work release and early re-entry eligible. Albares was also sentenced to one year probation, ordered to pay $1,500 in fines and fees and $2,774.02 in restitution and undergo a DNA test. She was ordered to not enter Walmart property. On a separate docket, Albares was sentenced to a consecutive one year term of probation, ordered to pay a $500 fine and $1,147 in restitution, complete 25 hours of community service and not enter Lowe’s property. Hammond ordered that the probation can be transferred to NY state.
Edward L. Black, 2134 Old Pittsfield Road, Pittsfield, was sentenced to five years intermediate punishment on a count of misdemeanor DUI: General impairment incapable of driving – 2nd offense. The first 30 days are to be served in the Warren County Jail with the following 60 days to be served as house arrest. The remaining four years will be served on probation. He was ordered to continue with Family Services treatment, pay a $1,500 fine and $775 in fees, participate in the Warren County Victim Impact Panel and the alcohol highway safety school and complete 30 hours of community service. His license will be suspended for 18 months. On a count of driving on roadways laned for traffic, Black was ordered to pay $55 in fines and fees.
Seth A. Devore, 1291 E. 2nd St., Jamestown, NY, to 30 days to two years less one day incarceration in the Warren County Jail on a misdemeanor count of stalking. Devore was ordered to pay a $1,000 fine, $375 in fines and fees and $32.46 in restitution. Devore was ordered to undergo a mental health evaluation and follow all recommendations and was ordered to have no contact with his victim. He is early re-entry and work release eligible but Hammond ordered that a third party would be required to transport Devore to ensure no contact with the victim occurred.
Joseph Ryan Kuzminski, 522 College St., Youngsville to 10 days to two years lesson one day incarceration in the Warren County Jail, with credit for 10 days served, on a misdemeanor count of possession of drug paraphernalia. He is eligible for immediately parole. He was fined $300 and ordered to pay $375 in fees and complete all mental health treatment recommendations. On a separate count of possession small amount of marijuana, Kuzminski was fined $300, ordered to pay $100 in fees and complete 15 hours of community service. His drivers license was suspended for 12 months.
Christina Marie Meals, 309 North State St., Warren, to three months to two years less one day incarceration in the Warren County Jail on a felony count of retail theft. Meals was also sentenced to one year probation, $1,500 in fines and fees and was ordered to continue her mental health treatment. She was ordered to complete 50 hours of community service, must complete a DNA test, is work-release and early re-entry eligible and was ordered not to enter Walmart property.
Clifford Eugene Reese, 51 Hunter Rd., Endeavor, to incarceration of 30 days to six months in the Warren County Jail on a count of DUI: High rate of alcohol (BAC .10-.16) first offense (amended to second offense). He was ordered to pay $1,200 in fines and fees, attend the Warren County Victim Impact Panel and the alcohol highway safety school, comply with all drug and alcohol treatment recommendations and complete 30 hours of community service. His drivers license will be suspended for one year.
David Howard Rulander, 7 Tall Pines Road, Warren, to one year probation to be served consecutively to a probation sentence from 2012 on a misdemeanor count of unsworn falsification to authorities. He was ordered to pay $550 in fines and fees and continue to comply with involuntary mental health treatment.
Brandon Lee Shirley, 22 Homestead Drive, Youngsville, to 11 months to two years less one day incarceration in the Warren County Jail on a felony count of possession with intent to deliver. Shirley was sentenced to a year of probation, $1,725 in fines and fees, a six month drivers license suspension and was ordered to complete a DNA test. He is work release and early re-entry eligible.