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Allegany County District Attorney Reports

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The “DA” is prosecuting a home invasion and child exploitation

Defendant’s Name:  Roy W. Austin

Address:  Friendship, New York       

Charges:      Burglary 1st (B violent felony);
Assault 2nd (D felony);
Criminal Mischief 3rd (E felony);
Criminal Possession of a Weapon 4th (A Misdemeanor):
Resisting Arrest (A Misdemeanor)

Court Appearance Date:  December 22, 2022

Proceedings:  Roy W. Austin was arraigned on an indictment in Allegany County Court.  It is alleged the defendant broke into a home and injured the homeowner during a physical struggle.  He is due back in court February 24, 2023 for argument of motions and was sent back to the Allegany County jail pending prosecution. 

Defendant’s Attorney:   Terry Montroy, Esq.

Prosecuting Attorney:  Ian M. Jones, Assistant District Attorney     

Defendant’s Name:  Tristan L. Weidman

Address:  Belmont, New York       

Charges:      Possessing an Obscene Sexual Performance by a Child (E felony);
Promoting an Obscene Sexual Performance by a Child (D felony)           

Court Appearance Date:  December 22, 2022

Proceedings:  Tristan L. Weidman was in Allegany County Court for 2 felony charges relating to an obscene sexual performance by a child.  The People, represented by Ian M. Jones, stated on the record that the only possible plea deal in the case is plead guilty to the top charge with a maximum prison sentence.  Weidman has until February 27, 2023 to accept the offer or proceed to trial.  He was remanded to the Allegany County Jail pending the resolution of the case.        

Defendant’s Attorney:  Public Defender’s Office      

Prosecuting Attorney:  Ian M. Jones, Assistant District Attorney     

PLEASE NOTE: ALL DEFENDANTS ARE PRESUMED INNOCENT AND THE INFORMATION CONCERNING ARREST AND CHARGES ARE ONLY ACCUSATIONS UNTIL CONVICTION.

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