Rochester man arraigned in County Court for burglary, violating order of protection

By Tom Rivers, Editor Posted 14 October 2020 at 3:58 pm

ALBION – A Rochester man was arraigned in Orleans County Court this morning on six felony charges plus two misdemeanors.

Terrance T. Rowe, 23, allegedly violated an order of protection on multiple occasions, entering a person’s house he was legally to have no contact with.

Rowe also allegedly sent this woman threatening text messages.

He was arraigned in court today on two counts of second-degree burglary (for entering the home of a person with an order of protection), four counts of criminal contempt in the first degree, and two counts of aggravated harassment in the second degree.

The alleged incidents occurred between February and May. Rowe has been in Orleans County Jail with bail set at $5,000 cash and $10,000 bond. Judge Sanford Church said he would continue bail at those levels.

District Attorney Joe Cardone also presented a plea offer to Rowe to plead guilt to attempted burglary in the second degree and criminal contempt in the first degree with a maximum prison sentence of five years.

Also in County Court this morning:

Judd Farewell, 29, of Maple Ridge Road in Medina was arraigned on third-degree burglary, criminal possession of stolen property in the fourth degree and grand larceny in the fourth degree.

In February, he allegedly entered a building on Maple Ridge Road without permission and stole copper supply lines worth an estimated $1,500.

Farewell is currently being held in Genesee County Jail on charges in that county.

Ebony Grahampryor, an inmate at Albion Correctional Facility, was offered a plea deal. If she pleads guilty to attempted promoting prison contraband in the first degree she will face a maximum of 1 ½ to 3 years of additional time in state prison.

She allegedly had Buprenorphine at the prison. Buprenorphine is often used to prevent withdrawal symptoms from opiate drugs. She has time to consider the plea offer.

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