Three felony burglary cases heard, two admitted drug problems

NORWICH – Three felony burglary cases were heard Monday, Dec. 7, in Chenango County Court.

County Judge Frank B. Revoir Jr. presided over each case while Assistant District Attorney Laura Parker was present on behalf of the people.

• Anthony W. Irwin, 55, of Greene was present in court with his attorney John Cameron.

It is alleged that Irwin was previously arrested after he allegedly stole $1,700 in cash register receipts.



Cameron once again waived the right to be prosecuted by a grand jury, per Irwin's request, instead choosing to be issued a superier court information (SCI) from the District Attorney’s Office.

Revoir then read the three charges into the record from the SCI charging Irwin with a class D felony of burglary in the third; a class E felony of grand larceny in the fourth degree; and the class A misdemeanor of petit larceny.

I would ask that you waive the reading of all the allegations and we will enter not guilty pleas to all counts.

Parker then filed her affidavit of service and notice of intent for trial to the court before saying, “we ask that bail be maintained at $10,000 which was set by the Greene Court. He has ties to Broome County, prior felonies and misdemeanors, as well as an out of state FBI hit with 10 different aliases.”

“My client appeared today, and very well dressed. He is employed full-time, and lives with his wife who has some disabilities. He wants to be able to assist her, he has had some problems, so I ask that he be released with some alcohol and drug conditions added,” said Cameron.


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