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Allegany County District Attorney Reports

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The wheels of justice roll along in Allegany County, prosecuted by Ian M. Jones

Defendant’s Name:  Colby A. Smith

Address:  Bolivar, New York

Charges:  Criminal Obstruction of Breathing or Blood Circulation, A misdemeanor

Court Appearance Date:  April 7, 2022

Proceedings:  Colby A. Smith, was found guilty of Criminal Obstruction of Breathing on February 3, 2022.  On April 7, 2022, he sentenced to 3 years of probation supervision for that crime.

Judge:  Honorable Thomas P. Brown

Defendant’s Attorney:  Public Defender’s Office      

Prosecuting Attorney:  Ian M. Jones, Assistant District Attorney


Defendant’s Name:  Brandon J. Murray

Address:  Belmont, New York        

Charges:      Violation of Probation;
Tampering with Physical Evidence (a class E felony)

Court Appearance Date:  April 20, 2022

Proceedings:  Brandon J. Murray was convicted of Attempted Tampering with Physical Evidence and sentenced to 1 year in the Allegany County Jail.  Additionally, Mr. Murray admitted to a violation of his probation and was sentenced to an additional 10 months in the Allegany County Jail for that violation.    

Defendant’s Attorney:  Claire Montroy, Esq.      

Prosecuting Attorney:  Ian M. Jones, Assistant District Attorney      


Defendant’s Name:  Trevor A. Cox

Address:  Belfast, New York        

Charges:  Endangering the Welfare of a Child, A misdemeanor;
                 Criminal Mischief in the 4th Degree, A misdemeanor        

Court Appearance Date:  April 7, 2022

Proceedings:  Trevor A. Cox, was sentenced to 3 years of probation supervision for a conviction of Criminal Mischief in the 4th degree, and was ordered to pay restitution for property damaged in the underlying incident.

Judge:  Honorable Thomas P. Brown 

Defendant’s Attorney:  Jay D. Carr, Esq.      

Prosecuting Attorney:  Ian M. Jones, Assistant District Attorney      

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