Holley man sentenced to 9 months in jail for firing shotgun at vehicle

By Tom Rivers, Editor Posted 29 March 2023 at 2:19 pm

ALBION – A Holley man was sentenced to 9 months in the Orleans County jail today by County Court Judge Sanford Church.

Brandon Belski, 27, of Holley received the maximum sentence as part of a plea deal for first-degree reckless endangerment, a class D felony.

He admitted previously in court that on April 1, 2022 he pointed a shotgun at someone in a car and discharged the gun, hitting tires on the passenger side of the vehicle.

In other cases in court today:

Darren Wilson, 62, of Lyndonville pleaded guilty to possessing a sexual performance of a child, and could face up to six months in the county jail and 10 years of probation.

Wilson admitted he possessed images showing sexual conduct of a child under age 16. Wilson said in court he knew it was pornography and shouldn’t have had it.

He will be sentenced on May 17 and could face an additional $1,000 fine and could become a registered sex offender, Judge Church said.

Kreisandra Colon, 32, of Lyndonville was terminated from a treatment court option and after failing to meet conditions of the court. She acknowledged she used cocaine and attempted to bring in urine for a drug test so her urine wouldn’t show she had been using cocaine.

Colon said she wants to stop using drugs, but has struggled.

She will be sentenced on May 31 on a charge of endangering the welfare of a child. She allegedly had been using drugs in front of a child. The judge ordered her to be held in jail until sentencing.