Medina man gets year in jail for endangering welfare of child
ALBION – A Medina man was sentenced to a year in the Orleans County Jail on Monday for endangering the welfare of a child.
Judd A. Farewell Jr., 24, of Countyline Road allegedly tried to solicit an underage girl to send him naked pictures of herself. Farewell gained access to the alleged victim through social media.
“You acted in a predatory manner using the internet to solicit a young girl,” Judge James Punch told Farewell during sentencing.
The judge also issued orders of protection for the victim and her mother.
Farewell has already spent several months in jail, and that time will count towards his sentence. He was also ordered to pay a $200 court surcharge and $50 DNA fee.
The following appeared for arraignments:
• Brionnah L. Raglan, 21, of Medina is charged with third-degree grand larceny and criminal mischief. Raglan and two other co-defendants are accused of smashing a truck window and stealing an envelope containing $8,000 in Clarendon.
The two other co-defendants – Devon Robinson, 23, of Rochester and Jade Fayko, 21, of Holley – were arraigned on April 3.
District Attorney Joe Cardone said the stolen money hasn’t been recovered.
Raglan was released with no bail.
• Laura L. Spear, 49, of Shelby is charged with third-degree grand larceny and second-degree forgery for allegedly stealing and using her mother’s credit card. Spear has no prior criminal history and is free on no bail.