A Fort Drum man was sentenced Friday in Jefferson County Court to five years probation for stealing numerous items from his former landlord in Antwerp.
Lloyd J. Timmons III, 21, also was sentenced to an unspecified amount of time served at the Metro-Jefferson Public Safety Building after pleading guilty Dec. 7 to third-degree attempted burglary. He admitted that on June 8 he entered his former landlords residence on County Route 194 in the town of Antwerp and stole items. Police said at the time that a safe, cash, fishing poles, knives, helmets and various electronic devices were stolen.
Mr. Timmons shared proceeds of the theft with Andrew E. Lehmann, 22, Austin D. Fox, 21, and William S. Hatfield, 22, all of Fort Drum. Each pleaded guilty earlier to fifth-degree criminal possession of stolen property and was sentenced to a one-year conditional discharge, with orders to perform 100 hours of community service. Mr. Timmonss probation supervision is expected to be transferred to Texas, where he expects to relocate.
In other court activity:
Nicholas M. Vanzelf, 20, Watertown, was sentenced to time served at the PSB and five years probation after pleading guilty Dec. 21 to third-degree attempted robbery. He admitted that on Nov. 7, with Jesse R. Davis, 17, and Cody L. Davis, 18, he tried to steal money and a wallet from a 15-year-old boy at Maywood Terrace.
Police said at the time that a pellet gun was displayed during the incident. Jesse Davis pleaded guilty Jan. 28 to third-degree attempted robbery and is expected to be sentenced March 25 to time served at the PSB and five years probation. Charges against Cody Davis remain pending.
Anthony M. Hanson, 22, of 43469 Route 3, Natural Bridge, was sentenced to three years probation and was ordered to pay $510 in restitution after pleading guilty Oct. 26 to third-degree identity theft. He admitted he used a womans debit card without permission to obtain cash March 11 in the town of Champion.
Anthony M. Butler, 35, Rochester, admitted violating probation and was sentenced to time served at the PSB. He was serving three years probation imposed in February 2012 after he successfully completed Drug Court for a seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance conviction, having possessed cocaine within the county in 2009. He admitted he violated probation by being charged with third-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance and possession of marijuana in Monroe County. Those charges remain pending.
Nichole A. Smith, 22, of 881 LeRay St., Apt. 1, pleaded guilty to trespass, a noncriminal violation, and was sentenced to a one-year conditional discharge.
She admitted that in July she used a gift card that had been stolen from a vehicle in the town of LeRay.
Tajemar M. Brandon, 17, of 823 Academy St., pleaded guilty to third-degree criminal mischief as a result of one incident and fourth-degree criminal mischief as a result of a second incident. He admitted that on Aug. 22 on Huntington Street he fired a BB gun at the windshield of an occupied Ford Expedition owned by Keshia T. Scott. Police said at the time that no one was injured in the incident. He also admitted that he was with another person June 17 on South Hycliff Drive when that person slashed two tires on a Nissan Sentra owned by Tina M. Lagrow. He is expected to be sentenced April 15 to five years probation and be ordered to pay $795 in restitution to Ms. Scott and $500 to Ms. Lagrow.