Brockport man sentenced to state prison for stealing copper in Clarendon
ALBION – A Brockport man who admitted to stealing $3,533 worth of copper from a trailer on South Holley Road last August was sentenced to 1 to 3 years in state prison on Monday.
David Corbitt, 52, of Capen Road has five prior felonies and two parole violations. Judge James Punch sentenced Corbitt to state prison.
In other cases in County Court:
• A Lyndonville man was arraigned for third-degree criminal possession and criminal sale of a controlled substance in the third degree. Jarod Hodgins, 28, of South Townline Road, allegedly sold cocaine on March 16 in Ridgeway. He was charged on June 16. He has been free on bail at $25,000 or $50,000 bond.
• A Holley woman who has been on probation after being sentenced for attempted promotion of prison contraband in the first degree was arraigned for violating her probation. Stephanie M. Rauch, 27, of North Main Street was first sentenced after she allegedly took a controlled substance into the Orleans County Jail on Oct. 1. Rauch tried to bring suboxone into the jail to give to an inmate. She was stopped at the jail gate. She violated her probation by allegedly trying to get contraband into the jail, the District Attorney’s Office said.
• Jada Sorta, 20, of Sawyer Road in Kent was arraigned for second-degree burglary, fourth-degree grand larceny, petit larceny and criminal possession of a controlled substance in the fifth degree. She allegedly entered a Ridge Road house in Murray on May 21 and took a bank card, keys to a vehicle and a MP3 player.
• Brandi Ralph, 32, of Yates Center Road in Lyndonville was arraigned on third-degree burglary and petit larceny. She allegedly entered a garage on April 18 and stole tools.