NORWICH – Seven individuals charged with various felony and misdemeanor crimes appeared in Chenango County Court Friday and Monday, including three who were sentenced at the conclusion of their court appearance.
• Darin M. Moody, 43, Binghamton, was sentenced to four months of weekends in jail and five years probation after pleading guilty to one count of third degree burglary, a class D felony.
“Mr. Moody for some reason seems to have a normal life, but another side of it is taking things that are not his,” said Chenango County District Attorney Joseph McBride. “This is too irresponsible, when you are coaching football the kids can’t show up to practice and be asking ‘where’s the coach.’”
Said Moody prior to sentencing, “I am just trying to move forward, I got a lot of people behind me.”
Before Chenango County Judge Frank B. Revoir pronounced sentence, he cautioned Moody that should he violate the terms and conditions of his probation he could end up facing the maximum sentence for third degree burglary. It was also made clear Moody is not to enter any Wal-Mart without the corporation’s written permission.