2 from Holley sentenced to incarceration
ALBION – Two people were sentenced to either jail or state prison today in Orleans County Court.
A Holley man was sentenced to 1 ½ years in prison for second-degree rape and two counts of criminal sexual act in the second degree.
Anthony Roe, 22, of Holley has already served a six-month sentence in the county jail when he allegedly had sex with a 14-year-old girl in July 2015. Before he was in jail, he allegedly had sex with a different underage girl, resulting in the current charges.
Roe will also be on 10 years of post-release supervision after the prison sentence.
In another sentencing today, a Holley man was sentenced to a year in the county jail for aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle in the first degree and driving while ability impaired.
William Tuttle Jr., 36, of West Albion Road in Holley admitted in a previous court appearance to drinking hard liquor on Oct. 29, before he was stopped in Barre and charged with driving while impaired and aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle.
He had his driver’s license suspended after he was found guilty previously of driving while impaired due to drugs.
Tuttle did not take a breathalyzer to measure his Blood Alcohol Content on Oct. 29, and he also passed a field sobriety test. He had about 2 ounces of hard liquor about an hour before he was pulled over in Barre, Tuttle told Orleans County Court Judge James Punch in a March court appearance.
The judge asked Tuttle if his ability to drive was “impaired by some degree” and Tuttle agreed it was.