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Watertown man sentenced to 10 years’ probation for abusing child

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A Watertown man was sentenced Tuesday in Jefferson County Court to 10 years’ probation for having sexual contact with a 10-year-old girl in June.

Randy I. Beaudoin, 28, whose last known address was 725 Mill St., also was sentenced to an unspecified amount of time served at the Metro-Jefferson Public Safety Building and ordered to register with the state as a Level 1 sex offender for an Oct. 19 guilty plea to first-degree sexual abuse. He admitted that, between June 4 and 6, he had sexual contact with the child in Watertown.

In other court activity Tuesday:

Angela J. Kondracki, 22, Watertown, was sentenced to time served at the PSB and five years’ probation for an Oct. 19 guilty plea to felony driving while intoxicated. She also was fined $2,500, had her driver’s license revoked and was ordered to install an ignition interlock device on any car she owns or operates. She admitted she drove while intoxicated Sept. 15 on Route 12 in the town of Clayton.

Franklin Hilton III, 32, of 147 Maple St., Black River, was sentenced to three years’ probation and fined $1,000 for an Oct. 23 guilty plea to misdemeanor DWI. He also is subject to the ignition interlock provision. He was accused of DWI in September on Bridge Street in West Carthage.

Anne M. Cook, 31, of 17602 Lemay Road, Adams, was sentenced to three years’ probation for Oct. 19 guilty pleas to second-degree criminal mischief and fourth-degree criminal mischief. She admitted that she entered a LeRay Street residence without permission Jan. 20 and damaged a mirror and other items. She also paid an unspecified amount of restitution before sentencing.

Brandi M. Rodriguez-Norton, 29, of 48 N. Main St., Philadelphia, pleaded guilty to third-degree assault and endangering the welfare of a child. She admitted that on Sept. 19 in Philadelphia she struck and injured a 7-year-old child with an iPod charger cord. She was sentenced to a one-year conditional discharge.

James D. Wisner, 21, Mannsville, admitted violating probation by continuing to use illegal drugs and alcohol while under supervision. He was serving three years’ probation imposed in May for a second-degree criminal trespass conviction. He is expected to be sentenced Feb. 4 to time served at the PSB and be restored to probation.

In court Wednesday:

Dylan J. Webb, 21, of 827 Ann St., pleaded guilty to fourth-degree criminal possession of a weapon. He admitted that he possessed a metal knuckle knife Sept. 11 in Watertown. It was illegal for him to have the weapon because he has a prior misdemeanor conviction for petit larceny. He is expected to be sentenced Feb. 19 to no worse than probation.

Chelsea D. Sheehy, 20, whose last known address was 845 Starbuck Ave., pleaded guilty to third-degree attempted burglary. She admitted that on Oct. 30 she, with others, tried to enter the home of Jacob J. Traynor on James Street in Clayton with the intent of stealing something. Police said at the time that heroin was taken from the residence. She is expected to be sentenced Feb. 22 to time served at the PSB and five years’ probation.

Ashley D. Fifield, 27, of 140 W. Main St., Gouverneur, pleaded guilty to third-degree attempted burglary. He admitted that sometime in July, with another person, he tried to enter a storage building on County Route 30 in the town of Philadelphia with the intent of stealing something. He is expected to be sentenced Feb. 22 to time served at the PSB and five years’ probation.

Katrine L. Meadows, 21, of 7012 Route 12E, Three Mile Bay, pleaded guilty to third-degree burglary. She admitted that on Aug. 30, with Timothy W. Youngs Jr., she went into the residence of Kevin A. Kieff, 131 Mullin St., with the intent to steal something. She is expected to be sentenced Feb. 5 to five years’ probation and be ordered to pay her portion of $4,700 in restitution. Mr. Youngs pleaded guilty Dec. 7 to third-degree burglary and is expected to be sentenced Jan. 7 to 3 to 7 years in state prison.

April M. Richardson, 24, Fulton, pleaded guilty to fourth-degree criminal possession of a weapon. She admitted that July 8 she had five daggers at her former residence at 284 E. Main St., lower apartment. It was illegal for her to have the daggers because she has a 2011 conviction for petit larceny. She was subsequently sentenced to three years’ probation. Her supervision will be transferred to Oswego County.

Martin K. Brown, 30, of 17481 Route 11, was sentenced to a three-year conditional discharge and was ordered to complete the Bridge program for Nov. 5 guilty pleas to felony DWI and speeding. He admitted driving while intoxicated Jan. 9 on Route 11 in the town of Watertown and speeding at 103 mph in a 55-mph zone. He also was ordered to perform 30 days of community service, was fined $2,000, had his driver’s license revoked and is subject to the ignition interlock provision.

Robert L. Bell, 56, of 17467 Evans Road, Dexter, was sentenced to time served at the PSB and three years’ probation for Nov. 5 guilty pleas to fourth-degree criminal possession of a weapon, by Alford plea, and seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance. He admitted that he possessed crack cocaine July 3 in the town of Hounsfield. He also had been accused of pointing a kitchen knife at the throat of Ramona Bell, an allegation he denied but pleaded guilty to in order to avoid the risk of being convicted of a more serious offense at trial.

Tiffany M. Jesmer, 23, of 599 VanBuren Road, Gouverneur, was sentenced to three years’ probation for an Oct. 23 guilty plea to endangering the welfare of a child. She was charged in November 2011 with having inappropriate contact with a 14-year-old girl in Antwerp. Her supervision will be transferred to St. Lawrence County.

Kavon M. Mason, 24, New York City, formerly of 314 Waltham St., was sentenced to a one-year conditional discharge for a Nov. 7 guilty plea, by Alford plea, to fourth-degree criminal mischief. He admitted that on June 6, following a “heated” discussion with his brother, Kingsley A. Mason, he crashed his car into his brother’s residence at 326 High St. However, he told Judge Kim H. Martusewicz that the crash was an accident.

Zebulon W. Mosher, 25, of 407 Main St., Theresa, was sentenced to time served at the PSB and three years’ probation for an Oct. 26 guilty plea to misdemeanor DWI. He admitted he drove while intoxicated Sept. 29 on Main Street in Theresa. He also was fined $1,000, had his driver’s license revoked and is subject to the ignition interlock provision.

Christopher B. Rushing, 28, Watertown, was sentenced to five years’ probation for a Nov. 5 guilty plea to second-degree attempted criminal possession of a weapon. He admitted that he tried to possess a loaded, unregistered handgun found under the seat of his vehicle during a July 21 traffic stop on West Main Street.

Jeffrey D. Zehr, 31, of 17529 Michaels Road, Adams Center, was sentenced to a one-year conditional discharge and a $250 fine for guilty pleas in October to second-degree criminal contempt and second-degree harassment. He was charged May 20 with violating an order of protection held by his wife, Amber Zehr, by threatening to have his dog attack her.

Carlos J.C. Moore, 23, Lethonia, Ga., was arraigned on counts of third-degree criminal sale of a controlled substance and third-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance. The counts were contained in a grand jury indictment unsealed in court. It is alleged that he had and sold cocaine in Watertown in late May. He pleaded not guilty to the charges and was sent to the PSB on $20,000 bail.

In court Thursday, Bruce R. Fuller, 51, Carthage, successfully completed Drug Court and was sentenced to time served at the PSB and a three-year conditional discharge. He was also fined $1,000, had his driver’s license revoked and is subject to the interlock provision. He was referred to Drug Court in September 2011 after pleading guilty to felony DWI, having been charged with the crime in April 2011 on South James Street in Carthage.

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