Gloversville duo admit to burglarizing home
JOHNSTOWN A 41-year-old Gloversville woman accused of taking part in a March burglary at a Forest Street residence pleaded guilty Wednesday in Fulton County Court to third-degree burglary.
Roxanne M. Tyrrell of Washington Street pleaded guilty before Judge Richard C. Giardino, who postponed sentencing.
Tyrrell is a co-defendant with Andrew Allen, 24, of the same address. He pleaded guilty May 31 to the same charge.
Under terms of the plea agreements, the sentence for both men would be six months in jail and five years’ probation. Allen is also scheduled to pay restitution of $810.
They were arrested March 27.
In other cases Wednesday before Judge Giardino:
- Charles W. DeVoe III, 25, of Jackson Summit, Mayfield, entered guilty pleas in two unrelated cases.
DeVoe pleaded guilty to petty larceny, resolving a June 2010 arrest in Mayfield on charges of second-degree burglary and petty larceny. He also pleaded guilty to misdemeanor driving while intoxicated in connection with a May 10 arrest on the same charge.
Sentencing was postponed, but under terms of the plea agreements, DeVoe will serve 120 days in jail on the petty larceny case and participate for one year in the county drug court program for the DWI plea.
- Bradley J. Sawyer, 55, of Chestnut Street, Gloversville, pleaded guilty to felony aggravated DWI stemming from a Jan. 29 arrest on Dennie Loop Road in the town of Mayfield.
Officials said Sawyer had a child in the car with him, a violation of Leandra’s Law. He originally also was charged with endangering.
Under terms of the plea bargain, he will serve 12 weekends in jail, pay a $1,000 fine and participate for three years in the drug court program.