Teen time for damaging apartment
A teen-ager convicted of causing damage to his grandmother’s apartment during a fight with her was sentenced by Judge John C. Gannon in City Court Wednesday.
Brandon M. Williams, 18, of 27 Cherrywood Lane, was sentenced to 75 days in county jail, with credit for time served and to run concurrent with other sentencing, on a count of fourth-degree criminal mischief. A count of second-degree harassment was dismissed.
Police said at 1:13 p.m. April 22, Williams slammed a chair into the dining room wall and threw a toaster at the kitchen wall, causing holes in both, during a physical domestic dispute with his grandmother.
Also in City Court:
¿ Allen J. Cook, 26, of 443 S. James St., Apt. 2, was granted a one-year conditional discharge and ordered to pay a $200 surcharge on a count of fourth-degree criminal mischief.
Police said at 3:25 p.m. Feb. 7, while in the roadway in front of 420 S. James St., Cook threw a large rock at the passenger side of a man’s 2003 Chevrolet Silverado pickup, causing damage. He also punched and broke the window, police said.
¿ Sara J. Mierek, 31, of 8841 Camroden Road, Western, was released on her own recognizance on counts of acting in a manner as to injure a child and second-degree menacing. Her case was adjourned to June 25.
State Police at Marcy said at 7:45 a.m. June 5, while at 7108 Rome-Oriskany Road, Mierek brandished a 9-inch kitchen knife during a domestic dispute, with her 3-month old daughter in close proximity.
¿ Brittany Kurtz, 24, of 8225 Bielby Road, was ordered to pay a $500 fine, plus $200 surcharge on a count of false written statement. She was also granted a one-year conditional discharge.
State Police at Lee said at 1:35 p.m. Feb.15, Kurtz made and signed a deposition in regards to a domestic dispute at her residence, knowing that the statement was false.