PLATTSBURGH — Clinton County Court judges sentenced numerous felony offenders in recent sessions.
Here’s the disposition of the felony cases:
Sentences handed down by Clinton County Family Court Judge Timothy Lawliss:
William R. Favreau, 29, of Peru pleaded guilty to second-degree burglary and was sentenced to four years in state prison, determinate, with four years of post-release supervision. Favreau was ordered to pay a $625 fine and $375 in surcharges. The charges stem from an incident on Christmas Eve 2012.
Theodore J. Carter, 26, of Plattsburgh pleaded guilty to second-degree burglary and was sentenced to five years in prison, determinate, with five years of post-release supervision. Carter must also pay $375 in surcharges, provide a sample of his DNA and pay the sample collection fee.
Sentences handed down by Clinton County Court Judge Patrick McGill:
Shawn Palmer, 35, of South Alburg, Vt., pleaded guilty to two counts of felony driving while intoxicated and was sentenced to one and one-third to four years in prison concurrent to his other felony conviction, for which he received one and one-third to four years. Palmer was ordered to pay $1,140 in mandatory surcharges, provide a sample of his DNA and pay the associated fee. His license was suspended, and an ignition-interlock device must be installed on his vehicle.
Edgardo Cucuta, 30, an inmate at Upstate Correctional Facility in Malone, pleaded guilty to first-degree attempted prison contraband and was sentenced to one and one-half to three years in prison as a second felony offender consecutive to his undischarged term of incarceration. Cucuta must pay $375 in mandatory surcharges, provide a sample of his DNA and pay the sample collection fee. According to state prison records, Cucuta is serving time for convictions of third-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance and third-degree attempted criminal possession of a weapon.