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June 23, 2013

Sentences handed down in County Court

MALONE — Franklin County Court Judge Robert G. Main Jr. presided over a number of cases recently.

Here are the outcomes:

John Porter, 42, of County Road 8 (Farm-to-Market Road), North Bangor was sentenced to five years probation, with the first three months and two days (already served) in County Jail, for failure to register as a sex offender, stemming from an incident Sept. 30.

Christy Perham, 32, of Auburn pleaded not guilty to a grand-jury indictment charging her with first-degree offering a false instrument for filing, stemming from an incident Nov. 9. She was taken to County Jail in lieu of $5,000 cash bail or $10,000 insurance bond. A conference on her case is scheduled for June 27.

Todd W. Deas, 27, an inmate at Gouverneur Correctional Facility, pleaded guilty to first-degree attempted promotion of prison contraband, stemming from an incident Sept. 4. Sentencing is Aug. 19.

Brent Beach, 48, an inmate at Franklin Correctional Facility, was sentenced to 1½ to three years in state prison for first-degree criminal contempt, stemming from an incident Oct. 21. The sentence is to be served concurrent to the term he is serving now. Beach was also ordered to pay a $1,000 fine.

Cory Nadeau, 23, of Tupper Lake was sentenced to a year in state prison and a year of post-release supervision for third-degree criminal sale of marijuana, stemming from an incident June 21. He pleaded guilty April 9 to Superior Court Information rather than a formal grand-jury indictment.

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