I don't get it ... break in here and the judge wants to throw the book at you ... break in here, here, and here and the time runs concurrently. Where is the justice in that?
Man facing up to 11 years in prison for grand larceny pleads not guilty to new burglary counts
Submitted by Howard Owens on January 30, 2013 - 4:39pm
An Alexander resident -- who has already admitted to grand larceny in Wyoming County, and is facing prior theft charges locally -- entered a not guilty plea in Genesee County Court today to two new burglary counts.
Nicholas A. Antonucci, 25, of 4192 Broadway Road, who is being held in Wyoming County Jail pending his sentencing Feb. 21, made a brief appearance before Judge Robert C. Noonan this afternoon.
Antonucci was indicted by the grand jury a week ago on two new counts of burglary in the second degree, stemming from two alleged break-ins at a residence in Darien.
In Genesee County, he was already facing incharges of burglary, 2nd, grand larceny, 3rd, and grand larceny, 4th.
On Nov. 26, in Wyoming County Court, Antonucci entered a guilty plea to grand larceny, 3rd, and grand larceny, 4th. His original indictment also included a count of burglary, 3rd.
He faces from three and two-thirds to 11 years in state prison on the Wyoming County conviction, to be served concurrently with any sentence he might receive in Genesee County on the original set of charges.
The Wyoming County plea satisifies all of the charges in that county against him.
Agreed lisa. Guess its who ya know in this town. Im sure this kid will get 3 2/3 from noonan as well as a minimum. He will do a few years and be out.
It's like buy one get one free. Crime sprees pay better with less time per offense.