Reginald Stepp of Syracuse pleaded guilty this week in Onondaga County Court to felony aggravated cruelty to animals. He will be sentenced next month.
It’s sad because one person is dead and another person’s going to spend the vast majority of their life in prison, a member of Justice for Erin pointed out.
BREAKING NEWS: Not long after sending a note to Judge Walter Hafner saying they were deadlocked, the jury in the Alan Jones murder trial sent a second note to the judge.
The jury has spoken in the case of Jay John Barboni. Barboni, 31, formerly of Falcon Drive, Liverpool, was convicted of second-degree murder, a class A felony, and first-degree manslaughter, a class B felony. He had been charged in connection with the death of 15-month-old Nicholas Taylor.
An Oswego man faces as much as 10 years in federal prison after admitting he had child pornography.