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November 27, 2013

Defendants sentenced in Franklin County Court

MALONE — A number of inmates and others were sentenced in Franklin County Court recently.

Two judges pronounced the sentences.

In cases handled by Clinton County Court Judge Patrick R. McGill, serving as interim Franklin County Court judge:

Ronnie Guity, 25, an inmate at Livingston Correctional Facility, was sentenced to 1½ to 3 years in state prison as a second-felony offender for first-degree attempted promotion of prison contraband. The case stems from an incident April 29, 2012, at Franklin Correctional Facility. The term will run consecutive to the sentence Guity is now serving.

David Coombs, 29, an inmate at Upstate Correctional Facility, was sentenced to 1½ to 3 years in state prison as a second-felony offender for first-degree attempted promotion of prison contraband. The cases stems from an incident on Aug. 13, 2012, at Upstate Correctional Facility. The term will run consecutive to the sentence Coombs is now serving.

Ricardo Rivera, 31, an inmate at Upstate Correctional Facility, was sentenced to 1½ to 3 years in state prison as a second-felony offender for first-degree attempted promotion of prison contraband. The cases stems from an incident on Aug. 13, 2012, at Bare Hill Correctional Facility. The term will run consecutive to sentence Rivera is now serving.

Shaquan Kelly, 23, an inmate at Gouverneur Correctional Facility, was sentenced to 1½ to 3 years in state prison as a second-felony offender for first-degree attempted promotion of prison contraband. The cases stems from an incident on Jan. 8 at Bare Hill Correctional Facility.  

The term will run consecutive to sentence Kelly is now serving.

Branden Hughes, 22, an inmate at McGregor Correctional Facility, was sentenced to 1½ to 3 years in state prison as a second-felony offender for first-degree attempted promotion of prison contraband. The case stems from an incident Jan. 15 at Bare Hill Correctional Facility.  

The term will run consecutive to sentence Hughes is now serving.

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