NORWICH – Four individuals appeared in Chenango County Court on Friday with regard to felony charges against them.
• Stacy Truesdail, 31, Greene, appeared before Chenango County Judge Frank B. Revoir Jr. on the matter of sentencing for the crime of attempted burglary in the second degree, a class D felony.
On Nov. 8, Truesdail entered a plea of guilty with the understanding she could be sentenced to a split sentence of up to six months incarceration and five years of felony probation. According to District Attorney Joe McBride, Truesdail entered her neighbor’s home, stole property, and then sold said property in Binghamton.
The agreement previously made stated that if Truesdail did not pay restitution, she would serve 90 days in jail.
Per Friday’s proceedings, Revoir said as long as the restitution – in the amount of $1,780 – was paid to the victim, jail time served would be reduced to 60 days.
Revoir exonerated Truesdail’s bail money, providing her the opportunity to pay the restitution, and adjourned sentencing until Jan. 24.