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Albion man sentenced to state prison for making meth

By Tom Rivers, Editor Posted 30 January 2020 at 5:52 pm

ALBION – An Albion man was sentenced to 1 ½ years in state prison today by Orleans County Court Judge Sanford Church.

Richard Meise, 36, was arrested on June 20 along with his wife Linda for allegedly making and possessing methamphetamine at Beechwood Boulevard, Oak Orchard Estates.

Mrs. Meise, a first-time felony offender, was sentenced to 6 months in jail and 5 years of probation for having precursors for making methamphetamine.

Her husband is a second-felony offender. He pleaded guilty to attempted unlawful manufacture of methamphetamine in the third degree. His sentence also includes two years of post-release supervision.

Public Defender Joanne Best said Mr. Meise has been drug-free since his arrest.

Judge Church said Meise has an extensive criminal and substance abuse history. The judge urged Meise to take a new path in his life.

“I hope you get the help you need and it lasts,” he said.

In other cases in County Court today:

Nicholas Boryszewski, 37, of Medina pleaded guilty to attempted burglary in the second degree and could face 3 to 7 years in state prison when he is sentenced.

Boryszewski admitted to entered a residence without permission on Maple Ridge Road in Shelby on July 2 and taking cash and safe.

He could also receive five years of post-release supervision. He also needs to pay restitution, which could be up to $13,700.

• A Medina man was arraigned on seven counts of criminal possession of stolen property.

Anthony Allee, 28, of Ridge Road faces two counts in the third degree, and three counts each of criminal possession of stolen property in the fourth and fifth degrees.

He allegedly had a two stolen ATVs, a car trailer, utility trailer, golf cart, dirt bike and another trailer.

He is a codefendant in the case with his wife, Tashira Allee, 36.

The couple also is facing federal charges for allegedly maintaining a drug-involved premises, possession of firearms in furtherance of drug trafficking, unlawful possession of a short-barreled shotgun, and unlawful possession of a short-barreled rifle.

Mr. Allee also faces federal charges with possession with intent to distribute, and distribution of, marijuana, hydrocodone, and cocaine, unlawful possession of a machinegun, and unlawful possession of a stolen firearm, which carry a mandatory minimum penalty of 30 years in prison and a maximum of life.

Allee’s attorney, Christopher Privateer, asked Judge Church to authorize a psychiatric evaluation of Allee, which the judge approved today.

Privateer said he is concerned that Allee is not receiving any mental health treatment while being held at a facility in Ohio.

Ronald Riley, 40, of Applegate Drive in Medina was arraigned on multiple drug charges for allegedly having and selling cocaine in Medina.

Riley was arraigned on three counts each of criminal sale and criminal possession of a controlled substance in the third degree. He also has been charged with criminally using drug paraphernalia in the second degree.

Riley is currently on parole with the NYS Department of Corrections and Community Supervision. His charges are no longer a “bailable offense” but his attorney requested some bail, even $1. That way the time he spends in the county jail can count towards his sentence. Judge Church agreed to set bail at $1.

Maurice Glasco, 41, of South Main Street in Medina was arraigned on driving while intoxicated and aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle in the third degree. He was charged on Nov. 18 on Route 31 in Ridgeway.

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