LOWVILLE A Glenfield woman accused of selling morphine was sentenced Friday in Lewis County Court to state prison time.
Jody L. Wetmore, 38, was sentenced to three years in prison, three years of post-release parole supervision, $132 in restitution, $325 in court fees and a six-month suspension of driving privileges on a charge of third-degree criminal sale of a controlled substance, to which she pleaded guilty Sept. 20.
Judge Daniel R. King recommended her for the prison systems shock incarceration program. If deemed eligible by state Department of Corrections and Community Supervision officials, she would spend six months in a military-style treatment program and then serve the balance of her sentence on parole.
Ms. Wetmore was accused of selling morphine in October and November in Lowville.
Also in Lewis County Court on Friday:
Kenneth J. Keehner, 41, of 7334 Brantingham Road, Greig, was sentenced to 1½ to 3 years in prison, a one-year conditional discharge, $1,000 in fines and $945 in court fees and a six-month drivers license revocation on a charge of second-degree bail jumping, to which he pleaded guilty Oct. 4, along with older pending charges of driving while intoxicated and first-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle. Judge King recommended him for shock or Willard programs if he is deemed eligible by state officials.
Mr. Keehner was stopped Dec. 10, 2010, on Brantingham Road in the town of Greig, then was accused of failing to appear for arraignment on those charges following his indictment in 2011.
Matthew R. Therrien, 40, Camillus, was arraigned on charges of second-degree reckless endangerment and endangering the welfare of a child and pleaded guilty to the charges. He was sentenced to a one-year conditional discharge, a $750 fine and $200 in court fees. Mr. Therrien was accused of driving erratically for several miles before striking an Amish buggy, killing the horse, on April 11, 2012, on Route 12 in the town of Lowville. Police said he was severely sleep-deprived and had taken old prescription medicine the night before. Mr. Therrien had two young children in his vehicle at the time, while a 17-year-old boy was in the buggy, according to court documents.
Teresa L. Jenne, 38, of 7786 Brantingham Road, Greig, was arraigned on charges of first-degree identity theft and third-degree grand larceny and pleaded guilty to the grand larceny charge, also satisfying the identity theft one. Sentencing was set for Jan. 10. Ms. Jenne was accused of trying to pass herself off as Kurt Jenne on April 15 by providing his personal information to a financial loan company, and of cashing a $5,000 check on Sept. 9 from a Community Bank account that didnt have money in it.
Benjamin M. Flansburg, 30, of 1999 Kotary Road, Constableville, was sentenced to five years probation, a $1,000 fine, $570 in court fees, a one-year drivers license revocation and mandatory participation in ignition interlock and victim impact panel programs on a charge of felony aggravated DWI, to which he pleaded guilty Aug. 15. Mr. Flansburg was stopped May 10 on Route 26 in the town of Turin with a child in the vehicle.
Randy S. Rudd, 43, of 3125 West St., Constableville, was sentenced to a one-year conditional discharge and $200 in court fees on a charge of aggravated cruelty to animals, to which he pleaded guilty Oct. 4. Mr. Rudd was accused of shooting a dog several times with a BB gun on Aug. 6 in the town of Croghan.