One denies allegations, another confesses; two others plead guilty in county court

NORWICH – Two individuals accused of having violated the terms of their probation appeared in Chenango County Court Monday, one vehemently denied the allegations brought against him, the second confessing to at least one of charges he is facing. Two other individuals subsequently pleaded guilty to felony charges.



• Kevin Urgo, 35, Oxford, denied allegations that he had violated the terms and conditions of his probation by allegedly operating a motor vehicle which was registered out of state and did not have an ignition interlock device.

“The defendant was convicted of a D felony with the only condition being to not drive a vehicle without an interlock, he did just that and got another DWI,” said Chenango County District Attorney Joseph McBride.

Urgo was remanded without bail to the Chenango County Correctional Facility. He will re-appear again at a later date on the matter of the alleged probation violation ,and authorities anticipate that separate charges will be brought against him for the alleged DWI.


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