Lyndonville woman pleads guilty to grand larceny and could be sentenced to state prison
Others are arraigned in County Court on drug charges
ALBION – A Lyndonville woman admitted in Orleans County Court on Monday that she stole about $1,500 of items – rare coins, medicine, a computer, jewelry and a bayonet.
Renee Brown, 35, of Eagle Street was arraigned on fourth-degree grand larceny on Monday. She pleaded guilty to the charge and could face a maximum of four years in state prison.
She also faces charges of criminal mischief in the second degree for slashing tires and grand larceny for using someone else’s credit card.
Brown is in jail on $10,000 bail and will be sentenced on Sept. 14.
In other cases in County Court:
Judge James Punch set bail at $200,000 for a Medina man charged with grand larceny and petty larceny.
Joseph Allegue Jr., 50, was charged on June 24 with the crimes after he allegedly stole someone’s wallet at the Aldi store on Maple Ridge Road in Medina.
Allegue has five prior felonies, five prior misdemeanors and five times he failed to appear at court dates, Punch said in setting the bail.
Two Rochester men were arraigned for criminal sale and possession of drugs in Orleans County in early 2014.
Tony Thompson, 48, of Dale Street in Rochester has been charged with criminal sale and criminal possession of a controlled substance in the fifth degree.
Kenneth Thompson, 49, of Dale Street in Rochester has been charged with four counts each of criminal sale and criminal possession of a controlled substance in the third degree.