Woman Gets Five Years Probation After Violating Leandra’s Law

MAYVILLE – A Jamestown woman was sentenced to five years of probation Monday in Chautauqua County Court after violating Leandra’s Law in 2012.

Barbara Flores, 45, pleaded guilty to felony aggravated driving while intoxicated and endangering the welfare of a child.

The charges stem from an incident in September 2012, in which Flores attempted to leave the scene of a motor vehicle accident. According to police, she struck a parked vehicle near the area of 811 Prendergast Ave. while intoxicated and having a 12-year-old as a passenger.

Flores, in addition to five years probation, will pay a $1,000 fine and have to use an ignition interlock device for five years.

Other recent sentences included Jermaine L. Holloman, 28, of Jamestown, who was convicted with both fifth-degree criminal sale of a controlled substance and fourth-degree criminal possession of a weapon, the latter of which entails 2 years of post release supervision.

John A. Kellom, 28, of Jamestown, was sentenced to 1 to 3 years in state prison for first-degree criminal contempt.

Lavern L. Riley, 31, of Jamestown, was sentenced to 1 year in jail for second-degree attempted assault.

Dewitt J. Logan, 35, of Buffalo, was sentenced to 1 years in prison with 1 year post release supervision for fifth-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance. The Southern Tier Regional Drug Task Force reports that Logan sold quantities of crack cocaine to agents at his 160 Barrett Ave. residence. Logan was also in possession of a quantity of U.S. currency that was seized as part of the arrest.

Alfredo L. Brown, 33, of Irving, was sentenced to 1 to 3 years in years for violation of probation.

Brandon Clifton, 28, of Randolph, was sentenced to 3 to 7 years in state prison for third-degree burglary.