Buffalo man sentenced to 3 years in prison for selling drugs in Albion
ALBION – A Buffalo man with a previous criminal history was sentenced to 3 years in state prison for selling drugs in Albion.
Timothy Cobb, 31, of 1015 Lafayette Ave., Buffalo, was arrested on June 4, 2014 and charged with numerous drug crimes. He pleaded guilty to criminal possession of a controlled substance in the fifth degree.
Cobb has multiple felonies and misdemeanors in his past, Orleans County Court Judge James Punch said during sentencing this afternoon. He sentenced Cobb to 3 years in state prison and 3 years of post-release supervision.
In other cases:
A Rochester man admitted he sold cocaine from a vehicle on McKinstry Street in Albion on Oct. 6, 2013.
Timothy J. Turner, 33, of 451 Mount Read Blvd., in Rochester, pleaded guilty to criminal possession of a controlled substance in the fifth degree. As part of a plea deal, he will face a maximum of 3 years in state prison when he is sentenced on June 29.
If the sentence exceeds 3 years, Turner can withdraw his plea and go to trial.
A Holley woman admitted she had oxycodone, a prescription narcotic, with the intent to sell it on Dec. 6.
Lauren A. Hennekey, 19, pleaded guilty to CPCS in the 5th degree and CPCS in the 7th degree.
Judge Punch accepted her into Drug Court. If she is successful in the program, the more serious CPCS charge will be dismissed and she will be sentenced to the misdemeanor charge of CPCS in the 7th degree.