A Watertown man was sentenced Monday in Jefferson County Court to up to seven years in state prison for burglarizing a Mullin Street home.
Timothy W. Youngs Jr., 22, was sentenced to 3½ to 7 years imprisonment after pleading guilty Dec. 7 to third-degree burglary. He was sentenced as a second-felony offender, having been convicted of fourth-degree criminal sale of a controlled substance in County Court in 2009.
He admitted that on Aug. 30, along with Katrine L. Meadows, 21, Three Mile Bay, he entered the property owned by Kevin A. Kieff at 131 Mullin St. with the intent of stealing something. Police said at the time that unspecified property valued at $8,500 was stolen. Miss Meadows pleaded guilty Dec. 19 to third-degree burglary and is expected to be sentenced Feb. 5 to five years probation. She and Mr. Youngs also will pay full restitution.
Judge Kim H. Martusewicz recommended that Mr. Youngs serve his sentence in the prison systems shock incarceration program. If deemed eligible by Department of Corrections and Community Supervision officials, he would spend six months in a military-style treatment program and then serve the balance of his sentence on parole.
In other court activity:
Johnny Montalvo, 43, Watertown, was sentenced to a year in the Metro-Jefferson Public Safety Building for a Dec. 7 guilty plea to third-degree assault. He admitted that he injured Crystal L. Seymour on April 29 in Watertown. It was alleged in a grand jury indictment handed up in July that she suffered broken ribs and a blood clot in her lung after he pushed her to the ground and stomped on her chest.
Kelly T. Mason, 31, of 310 S. James St., Carthage, pleaded guilty to third-degree attempted criminal possession of marijuana. She admitted that on Aug. 29 she tried to possess marijuana by growing it in her cellar at her former residence on Stuart Street in Watertown. She was sentenced to a one-year conditional discharge and was ordered to perform 100 hours of community service.
Kimberly A. Flores, 38, Fort Lewis, Wash., formerly of West Carthage, pleaded guilty by mail to driving while ability impaired and endangering the welfare of a child. She was charged with driving under the influence of drugs in September 2011 on Tamarack Drive in West Carthage with a child under age 7 in the vehicle. She subsequently was sentenced to a one-year conditional discharge, was fined $495 and had her drivers license suspended for 90 days.
Leroy D. Hall III, 22, Calcium, admitted violating probation and was resentenced to an unspecified amount of time served at the PSB. He was serving five years probation imposed in August 2010 for fourth-degree attempted grand larceny and third-degree burglary convictions. He admitted violating probation by continuing to use marijuana while under supervision and by altering results of a drug test.
Holly A. Davis, 30, Watertown, was arraigned on three counts each of third-degree criminal sale of a controlled substance and third-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance. The charges were contained in a grand jury indictment unsealed in court. It is alleged that she had and sold cocaine on three different dates in late November. She pleaded not guilty to the charges and was sent to the PSB on $20,000 bail.
Quintel E. Flowers, 26, was arraigned on a sealed indictment containing two counts each of third-degree criminal sale of a controlled substance and third-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance. It is alleged that he sold cocaine twice on the same day in late July. He pleaded not guilty to the charges and was held at the PSB on $20,000 bail on those counts. He already is being held without bail for an alleged probation violation, having been charged in November with two counts of felony weapon possession and single counts of seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance and unlawful possession of marijuana.
Jeffrey P. Jewett, 38, Watertown, was named in an unsealed indictment charging him with three counts each of fifth-degree criminal sale of a controlled substance and third-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance. It is alleged that he sold clonazepam, a muscle relaxant, in early September and again in early November and that he sold carisoprodol, also a muscle relaxant, in early November. He pleaded not guilty to the charges at arraignment and was held at the PSB on $20,000 bail. He is serving five years probation imposed in April for a third-degree burglary conviction.
Franshon M. Purvis Jr., 25, of 166 High St., was arraigned on a sealed indictment containing single counts of third-degree criminal sale of a controlled substance and third-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance. It is alleged that he sold cocaine in late November.