Friday, May 6, 2016

Allegany County District Attorney Report for May 5, 2016

-Eugenio N. Charles III, 28, of 732 Main Street in Whitesville pleaded guilty to misdemeanor criminal contempt 2nd. He was originally charged with felony criminal contempt 1st after he violated a Family Court order of protection on February 12, 2016 in Wellsville. Judge Thomas Brown sentenced him to six months in the Allegany County Jail.

- Richard L. Pensyl, 35, of Clark Road in Wellsville avoided jail time after accepting a plea deal. Pensyl was originally charged with felony criminal mischief as well as menacing, endangering the welfare of a child, resisting arrest criminal contempt. On Thursday, he entered a plea to the single count of criminal mischief, a class E felony. Prosecutors said Pensyl used a metal rod to smash the window out of a van while a child observed. Judge Thomas Brown sentenced Pensyl to five years probation and six months of electronic home monitoring. He was also ordered to make $991 in restitution.

- Amanda M. Nendza, 36, of Genesee Street in Fillmore pleaded guilty Thursday to misdemeanor perjury 3rd. She had faced a felony count of perjury 1st after she lied to a Grand Jury regarding a stay-away order of protection. Judge Thomas Brown sentenced her to a one year conditional discharge.