Medina man admits criminal sex act and could face prison

By Tom Rivers, Editor Posted 6 June 2017 at 10:19 am

ALBION – A Medina man admitted in Orleans County Court to a criminal sex act when he was 21 and the victim was a 14-year-old girl.

Peter C. Jones, 22, of North Avenue in Medina allegedly had an ongoing sexual relationship with a girl who was 13 and then turned 14.

He faced a 74-count indictment. On Monday, he pleaded guilty to one count of criminal sexual act in the third degree and could face 1 1/3 to 4 years in state prison when he is sentenced on July 17.

In other cases:

Shawna N. Weis, 29, of Holley admitted to selling heroin on Feb. 6 when she was a resident of the Holley Hotel.

She pleaded guilty to criminal possession of a controlled substance in the fifth degree and could face a maximum of 1 ½ to 4 years in state prison when she is sentenced on July 26.

Weis has a prior felony and two misdemeanors. Her sentence may include a drug treatment program in prison.

• A Holley woman pleaded guilty to grand larceny in the fourth degree but Judge James Punch didn’t accept the plea because he wasn’t convinced of her wrongdoing.

Jade Fayko, 21, of Hulberton Road in Holley was with two other people when someone broke into a truck in Clarendon and stole $8,000 in cash.

One of the codefendants said Fayko broke into the truck and took the money, but Fayko said she was a passenger in a vehicle with the two other codefendants. Fayko said she didn’t leave that vehicle and instead the two other codefendants broke into the truck and took the money. One of the codefendants handed Fayko $200, Fayko told the judge.

“Your mere presence at the scene of the crime doesn’t make you guilty of the crime,” Punch said. The case was adjourned with Fayko due to appear back in court on Monday.

Kevin Lampman, 43, of Holley was sentenced to 1 to 3 years for violating probation after he was charged with drunk driving. Lampman has been on probation from Genesee County for criminal contempt.

Punch told Lampman during sentencing that he didn’t take probation seriously.

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