A Fillmore man who pleaded guilty to two felony crimes has been sentenced to time served and a probation term in two separate incidents.
In the first case, which dates back to 2012, Jeffrey L. Nendza pleaded guilty to a single felony count of drug possession in satisfaction of a four count indictment that had charged him with selling and possessing drugs. Originally, he was accused of possessing and selling drugs to a Sheriff's Department Confidential Informant.
In a separate case from 2014, the man from Claybed Road pleaded guilty to felony criminal contempt for violating an order of protection. In that case, Allegany County Judge Thomas Brown sentenced him to five years probation. In both cases, he was assessed a DNA fee and court surcharge.