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Bolivar man face state prison after menacing a police officer

Two Belmont men plead guilty to violation probation

From the Allegany County District Attorney, Assitant DA Ian M. Jones prosecuting,

Defendant’s Name:  Robert H. Lytle

Address:  Bolivar, New York       

Charges:      Menacing a Police Officer (D felony);
Resisting Arrest (A misdemeanor)

Court Appearance Date:  October 23, 2023

Proceedings:  Robert Lytle plead guilty to the top charge of Menacing a Police Officer in Allegany County Court.  This charge stems from an arrest in the Village of Bolivar back on April 12th of this year.  Lytle has been incarcerated in the Allegany County Jail since his initial arrest.  He is now scheduled to be sentenced on December 18th, where he faces a state prison sentence of anywhere from 3 to 7 years.            

Defendant’s Attorney:  Gerald Vella, Esq.       

Prosecuting Attorney:  Ian M. Jones, Assistant District Attorney     

Defendant’s Name:  Coty Denning

Address:  Belmont, New York       

Charges:  Violation of Probation

Court Appearance Date:  October 18, 2023

Proceedings:  Coty Denning was in Allegany County Court for an alleged violation of his probation.  Denning had previously been sentenced to 6 months in jail, followed by 5 years’ probation for a criminal possession of a weapon charge.  The People requested a hearing on the matter, however, Denning chose to plead guilty to the violation and avoid the hearing.  As a result, he will be sentenced to a term of state prison at a later date.            

Defendant’s Attorney:  Roy D. Bielewicz, Esq.       

Prosecuting Attorney:  Ian M. Jones, Assistant District Attorney     

Defendant’s Name:  Ray D. Adams

Address:  Belmont, New York       

Charges:  Violation of Probation

Court Appearance Date:  October 19, 2023

Proceedings:  At the request of the People, Ray Adams was in Allegany County Court for a probation violation hearing.  Rather than have a hearing, Adams decided to plead guilty to the violation.  As a result, he will be sentenced to a state prison term at a later date.

Defendant’s Attorney:  Public Defender’s Office       

Prosecuting Attorney:  Ian M. Jones, Assistant District Attorney     

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