JOHNSTOWN - A town man was sentenced Monday in Fulton County Court to 42 days in the county jail stemming from a burglary last spring at a Route 309 residence.
Cody C. Pettit, 20, of 196 Willie Road, was sentenced by Judge Polly A. Hoye to 42 days in jail to be served on weekends, as part of a plea arrangement. He also received five years of probation.
The sentence was based on Pettit's Oct. 23 guilty plea to one count of third-degree attempted burglary.
Pettit was one of four suspects charged by Fulton County sheriff's deputies July 27 after an investigation of spring burglaries and an arson at a Route 309 residence in the town. He was originally charged with third-degree burglary, a felony, and criminal possession of stolen property, a misdemeanor.
The status of court cases for the other suspects charged in July - Arthur G. McCloskey III, 16, of 32 Addison St., Gloversville; Austin J. Ricciardi, 16, of 142 West State St., Gloversville; and Jonathan R. Sweet, 18, of 18 N. Market St., Johnstown - was unavailable.