NORWICH – Judge Frank B. Revoir, Jr. presided over Chenango County Court on Nov. 22. A repeat female offender avoided prison, despite her lack of cooperation with Chenango County criminal justice system.
Desiree Prosser, 24, Norwich, pleaded guilty to the class E felony of attempted promotion of prison contraband in the first degree. Prosser knowingly and unlawfully try to introduce contraband into a correctional facility. She put heroin in a card and mailed it to her boyfriend at the Chenango County Correctional Facility.
District Attorney Joseph McBride looked at Prosser and asked, “Did you know it was wrong?” Prosser turned to McBride and said, “Yes, I did.”
Prosser was arrested for the class E felony but conditionally released to await sentencing. Prosser failed to meet the conditions of her release, so she was remanded to the Chenango County Correctional Facility and held to await sentencing.
McBride said that Prosser was originally given a conditional release and was drug tested as a condition of her release. He said, “Judge, she had urine up her sleeve and tried to lie about her results. She made a big scene and blamed the county employees and accused them of lying about her behavior.”