Pleas & Sentences
Stephanie Textor, 24, of 57 N. Erie St., Mayville, will serve 3 years in prison after being convicted of second-degree burglary. Textor will also have 2 years of post-release supervision as part of a sentence handed down in Chautauqua County Court.
She was charged in May 2012 in connection with several burglaries inside the Chautauqua Institution in December 2011 and January 2012. The Chautauqua Institution Police Department received complaints of eight burglaries to residences inside the grounds of Chautauqua Institution. After an investigation that involved the Chautauqua Institution Police Department, Chautauqua County Sheriff’s Office, Jamestown Police Department and Chautauqua County Forensic Investigation Team, Textor and William Sloan, 22, of Sherman were charged with seven counts of second-degree burglary.
Other sentences, announced recently by David W. Foley, Chautauqua County district attorney, include:
Steven Samples, 49, of 340 W. Main St., Jamestown, was sentenced to 3 to seven years in state prison for second-degree criminal possession of a forged instrument. Samples was charged in October with using stolen/forged checks at Don’s Car Wash in Lakewood in July. He was able to obtain $1,690 from the checks.
Luis Reyes, 33, of 121 S. Zebra St., Dunkirk, was sentenced to 2 to five years in state prison for third-degree burglary.
Arlene Eichelberger, 38, of 42 Middle Road, Dunkirk, was sentenced to two to four years in state prison for second-degree criminal possession of a forged instrument.
Anthony K. Pogue, 50, of 424 Deer St., Dunkirk, was sentenced to six months in jail and five years intensive supervision probation for second-degree assault.
Brandon E. Marx, 30, of 13726 Route 438, Gowanda, was sentenced to five years probation, a $1,500 fine and a one-year driver’s license revocation for felony DWI.
Kimberly R. Mazzone, 30, of 426 Allen St., Jamestown, was sentenced to five years probation for fourth-degree grand larceny.
Joseph R. Rhault, 26, of 143 Kipp St., Clymer, was sentenced to a one-year conditional discharge for petit larceny.