NORWICH – This past Friday, Nov. 6, three cases, one involving heroin, were heard by Judge Frank B. Revoir Jr. in Chenango County Court.
First Assistant District Attorney Michael D. Ferrarese was present on behalf of the people.
• Rory J. Tanner was in Chenango County Court with his attorney, Public Defender John Cameron.
Tanner had been previously sentenced to a probation period on previous charges. However, a bench warrant was issued for Tanner after the probation department filed a violation of probation petition.
According to the District Attorney's Office, the warrant charges Tanner with burglary in the second degree, a class C violent felony.
“There are two violations I believe. On behalf of my client, I would deny the allegations entirely. Before we schedule a hearing, I would ask to conference this matter,” said Cameron.
“The denials have been noted for the record and we can re-schedule this matter for a conference,” said Revoir.
Tanner was remanded back to the Chenango County Correctional Facility.
The conference was tentatively scheduled for today, Tuesday Nov. 10 at 1:30 p.m.
• Thomas J. Mulverhill, 35, appeared in court with his attorney, Public Defender John Cameron, to be arraigned on his three count indictment.