Medina man admits to burglary and possessing 2 stolen cars, could face state prison
ALBION – A Medina man admitted in Orleans County Court that he was in possession of two vehicles and also broke into a barn.
Brandon Fuller, 28, pleaded guilty to two counts of criminal possession of stolen property in the fourth degree and third-degree burglary. He could face 2 to 6 years in state prison when he is sentenced on May 10.
Fuller admitted in county court on Wednesday that he had a 2005 Ford 500 passenger vehicle on Nov. 15 and 2005 Chevrolet Silverado on Feb. 1. Both vehicles were stolen and in either fairly good or good condition.
Fuller also admitted that on Sept. 30 he entered a barn on Gaines Basin Road without permission. Fuller had items stacked up by doors of the barn, and was hiding from law enforcement when they were called to the scene, Assistant District Attorney Susan Howard told County Court Judge Sanford Church.
Fuller was most recently charged on Feb. 1 after a high-speed vehicle pursuit from Route 31A in Barre to near Redman Road in Brockport.
Fuller’s plea agreement on Wednesday also will satisfy other misdemeanors charges he faces, as well as violations of probation.
In other cases in court on Wednesday
• Bryton M. Hitzges, 20, of Albion pleaded guilty to third-degree burglary. He admitted to breaking into a West Avenue building in Albion on Dec. 30 to steal items.
He could face a maximum of 2 1/3 to 7 years in state prison when he is sentenced on May 10.
The plea satisfies other charges against Hitzges. He is suspected in several burglaries to dwellings, garages, sheds and larcenies from vehicles.
As part of the plea he needs to pay $85 restitution for a broken window and could be fined up to $5,000.
• Patricia Capen of Lyndonville pleaded guilty to fourth-degree grand larceny and could face up to a year in the county jail when she is sentenced on May 10. Capen admitted in court that on Jan. 25 she took gel blaster guns from the Walmart in Albion which are valued at $1,470.
• Robert Quinonez, a former inmate at the Orleans Correctional facility, pleaded guilty to attempted assault after he kicked a corrections officer. Quinonez, 22, could be sentenced to an additional 1 ½ to 3 years in state prison. He is now at the Five Points Correctional Facility in Romulus, Seneca County.