Gloversville man sentenced to time in prison
2 1/2 year sentence part of arrangement
JOHNSTOWN — A Gloversville man was sentenced recently in Fulton County Court to up to five years in state prison, as a second felony offender.
Emory L. Ostrander, 49, of West Fulton Street was sentenced July 1 by County Court Judge Polly Hoye, as part of a plea arrangement. He received 2 1/2 to five years in state prison. He must also make $7,235 in restitution to his victim.
The sentence was based on Ostrander’s May 20 guilty plea to one count of third-degree grand larceny.
The defendant was arrested Nov. 15, 2018, but details of his case were unavailable.
In other recent County Court action:
∫ Kayla M. Salvione, 32, of Helwig Street, Gloversville, was sentenced July 2 by Hoye to one year in the Fulton County Jail and $800 restitution, as part of a plea arrangement.
She pleaded guilty May 3 before Hoye to one count of fourth-degree criminal possession of stolen property.
Salvione was arrested March 14, although details of her case were unavailable.
∫ Shawn W. Meher, 49, of Oakland Avenue, Gloversville, was sentenced July 8 by Hoye to six months in the Fulton County Jail and five years probation, as part of a plea arrangement. His driver’s license was also suspended.
The sentence was based on Meher’s April 19 guilty plea to one felony count of driving while intoxicated.
Meher was arrested by state police on Dec. 6 in Mayfield for felony DWI, with two previous convictions within the last 10 years; and aggravated unlicensed operation, also a felony.
∫ Louis DiManno, 47, of 221 Snooks Corners Road, Amsterdam, was sentenced July 8 by Hoye to six months in the Fulton County Jail and five years probation. A stay away order of protection was also granted for his victim.
DiManno pleaded guilty as part of an arrangement on Jan. 17 to second-degree attempted burglary.
He was arrested March 11, 2018. Details of his case were unavailable.
∫ Kaylee M. Gillen, 25, of 111 Route 10A, Caroga Lake, was sentenced July 8 by Hoye as part of a plea to time already served, five years probation, a $1,000 fine, driver’s license revocation, and she must attach an ignition interlock device to her vehicle.
The sentence was based on Gillen’s April 18 guilty plea to felony driving while intoxicated.
The Gloversville Police Department arrested Gillen at 2:57 a.m. Oct. 15. She was charged after a vehicle stop on North Main Street, during which she was found to be driving under the influence. She was found to have a prior conviction of DWI within the past 10 years, making the Oct. 15 charge a felony.
Michael Anich covers Johnstown and Fulton County news. He can be reached at email@example.com.