Albion man admits to selling cocaine, could get 4 years in prison
ALBION – An Albion man admitted in Orleans County Court on Thursday to selling cocaine in the county in January.
Jason Abron, 44, of Lydun Drive pleaded guilty to criminal sale of a controlled substance in the third degree. As part of a plea agreement, he could be sentenced to a maximum of 4 years in state prison on Dec. 20.
District Attorney Joe Cardone said Abron was arrested on March 9 after a series of controlled buys through the Orleans County Major Felony Crime Task Force.
In other cases in County Court on Thursday:
• Jason P. Muck, 40, of Lyndonville pleaded guilty to felony driving while intoxicated and could face up to a year in jail when he is sentenced on Nov. 29.
He was charged after being stopped on March 30 by State Police on Route 63 in the Town of Yates. He registered a Blood Alcohol Content of 0.17 percent, about twice the legal limit.
• A Wyoming County man admitted to accepting about $8,000 for two construction jobs in Orleans County without doing the work.
Dean Smith Jr. pleaded guilty to grand larceny in the fourth degree and will be sentenced on Dec. 20. He could face jail time and probation as part of a plea agreement.
• Jenna Zagara of Lockport admitted to using someone else’s credit card without approval to pay bills. She allegedly racked up $1,905 in unauthorized spending. She has already paid restitution.
She pleaded guilty to petit larceny. As part of a plea deal, she won’t face time in jail when she is sentenced on Dec. 20.