A Watertown woman faces up to seven years in state prison after admitting Tuesday in Jefferson County Court that she violated her Drug Court contract by absconding from the courts supervision.
Denise M. Bradley, 42, whose last known address was 1014 Boyd St., pleaded guilty to second-degree bail jumping and admitted violating the substance abuse rehabilitation program that is designed to serve as an alternative to incarceration by failing to show up for mandated Drug Court appearances since May 2011 and by relocating for a period to Pennsylvania.
She was referred to the program in April 2011 after pleading guilty to third-degree attempted criminal possession of a controlled substance and first-degree falsifying business records. She admitted that she forged a prescription and presented it to a Watertown pharmacy in an attempt to obtain a controlled substance to which she was not entitled.
At the time she entered the program, it was agreed that if she was unsuccessful in it, she faced a two- to four-year state prison sentence, which is now expected to be her sentence. She also is expected to be sentenced Nov. 8 to a consecutive term of 1½ to 3 years in prison.
In other court activity:
James E. Addley, 20, of 16130 Martin Road, town of Hounsfield, pleaded guilty to second-degree attempted rape. He admitted that tried to have sexual intercourse with a 13-year-old girl sometime from Aug. 12 to Aug. 18, 2012, in the town of Alexandria. He is expected to be sentenced Nov. 22 to 10 years probation and be required to register with the state as a sex offender.
Wesley B. Butler, 20, whose last known address was 1708 Ohio St., Apt. 32, pleaded guilty to third-degree attempted criminal sale of a controlled substance. He admitted that on May 13, with others, he tried to sell heroin within the county. He is expected to be sentenced Nov. 1 to six months in the Metro-Jefferson Public Safety Building, followed by five years probation.
Jennifer M. Gault, 25, of 416 W. Mullin St., pleaded guilty to third-degree attempted criminal sale of a controlled substance. She admitted that she tried to sell heroin, with others, Jan. 25 within the county. She is expected to be sentenced Nov. 20 to 45 days in the PSB and five years probation.
Heather M. Williams, age not available, Islip, pleaded guilty to second-degree promoting prison contraband and seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance. She admitted that on Feb. 2 she possessed amphetamine pills that she tried to bring into Cape Vincent Correctional Facility. She is expected to be sentenced Nov. 20 to three years probation.
Damon R. Morey, 25, Fort Drum, pleaded guilty to trespass, a noncriminal violation. He admitted that on July 6 he went on property in the village of Philadelphia without the owners permission and caused damage. Police alleged at the time that a lawn at Philadelphia Court apartments was damaged. He was sentenced to a six-month conditional discharge and paid $377 in restitution up front.
Luke M. Shaughnessy, 35, whose last known address was 1217 State St., was sentenced to a three-year conditional discharge and ordered to complete the Bridge program after an Aug. 8 guilty plea to felony driving while intoxicated. He admitted that he drove while intoxicated March 30 on Union Street. The charge was a felony because he had been convicted of misdemeanor DWI in 2005 in Batavia City Court. He also was fined $2,000, had his drivers license revoked and was ordered to install an ignition interlock device on any vehicle he owns or operates.
Shaka Z. Alexander, 21, whose last known address was 122 S. Orchard St., Lower Apt., was sentenced to six months in the PSB and five years probation after an Aug. 6 guilty plea to third-degree attempted criminal sale of a controlled substance. He admitted that he tried to sell cocaine within the county Sept. 25.
Kenneth D. Lance Jr., 24, Adams, was resentenced to an unspecified amount of time served at the PSB and restored to probation after a June 19 admission that he violated terms of probation. He is serving a three-year period of probation imposed in August 2011 for second-degree criminal contempt and fourth-degree criminal mischief convictions, having been charged with violating a womans order of protection and breaking her vehicles windshield. He admitted violating probation by failing to follow through with substance abuse counseling and by continuing to use marijuana while under supervision.