2 sentenced to jail in Orleans County
ALBION – Two people were sentenced to jail by Orleans County Court Judge Sanford Church.
Matthew Delosh, 31, of Holley was sentenced to 364 days in jail last week for violating his probation from Genesee County. Delosh was charged with driving while intoxicated and aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle in May.
Joshua Rothmund, 37, of Holley was sentenced to nine months of weekends in jail for violating his probation back from 2016 in Livingston County. Rothmund didn’t reported to probation for four years.
In cases in county court today, an Arcade man formerly from Le Roy was arraigned for third-degree burglary, four counts of fourth-degree grand larceny, criminal possession of a weapon in the third degree, petit larceny and attempted petit larceny.
Travis Cook, 34, on May allegedly took a wallet from a vehicle in someone’s garage. The wallet had four credit cards. He also allegedly had a handgun without a license, and is accused of taking a pill bottle with ills, and attempting to steal from another vehicle. District Attorney Joe Cardone said Cook threw a loaded firearm out onto the road when he was pursued by law enforcement.
Judge Church set bail for Cook at $100,000.
A Medina man was arraigned for violating his probation. Isaiah Casanova, 22, allegedly was driving a vehicle that had a 9 mm gun in the glove compartment.
As a prior convicted felon, he isn’t allowed to have a gun. Casanova said he was driving a friend’s vehicle with the registration expired and didn’t know there was a gun in the glove compartment. He was stopped by law enforcement and said there weren’t any weapons in the vehicle.
His attorney, Ian Penders, said Casanova thought he was being truthful with that statement.
Casanova was free after posting $1,500 bail at the town court level, but Judge Church increased the bail to $10,000 cash and $20,000 bond.