CANTON A Norwood man who admitted unlawfully entering the residence of a Canton woman in September is facing up to seven years in state prison after pleading guilty Thursday in St. Lawrence County Court to a burglary charge.
Justin C. Scovil, 30, of 54 Spring St., pleaded guilty under superior court information to third-degree burglary. County Judge Jerome J. Richards will sentence him as a second-felony offender Dec. 20. He was sent to St. Lawrence County jail pending sentencing.
He admitted he unlawfully entered the home of Lindsey White on Sept. 28 and stole property. Mr. Scovil was placed on five years probation on Feb. 15 for a third-degree grand larceny conviction.
In other County Court activity:
Andrew J. Spearance, 18, of 8 Oak St., Ogdensburg, was denied youthful offender status and sentenced on a felony count to 365 days in the county jail for violating his probationary sentence. He pleaded guilty in April to third-degree attempted burglary and was placed on interim probation June 25. He admitted he failed to successfully completed chemical dependency treatment.
John D. Greer, 45, Ogdensburg, was sentenced to a year in county jail for violating his probationary sentence by not completing chemical dependency treatment and testing positive for marijuana use.