On Monday (March 19) morning, Shawn Whaley, 24, appeared before the Hon. James McCarthy, Oswego County Supreme Court, and pleaded guilty to the entire indictment that was filed against him. Whaley, whose jury trial was scheduled to begin Monday, pleaded guilty to 13 separate offenses, including six felonies that occurred in the town of Albion during the summer of 2017.
Cory Ketcham of Rathburn Road is facing federal charges that could land him in prison for 90 years. In county court Thursday, his attorney sought to have any additional jail time to run concurrently with his federal time.
Don Todd told Oswego Sunrise Rotary about his new position as Oswego County Court Judge. He has attended training for new judges in White Plains. Since returning to Oswego, he has worked in Oswego County Family Court.
The Oswego Town man charged with multiple felony sex charges wants more time to review a plea deal. He is facing charges in Oswego County Court for allegedly abusing a young girl and federal charges in Onondaga County Court for allegedly possessing child pornography.
UPDATED: Joyce Malone is facing a 5 to 25 years prison sentence. The 70-year-old Oswego Town woman was found guilty today (Jan. 24) of first-degree manslaughter.
UPDATE: Joyce Malone’s fate is now in the hands of the jury. Deliberations get under way next week when court resumes.
The Oswego Youth Court will hold a training for new members on Dec. 27 – 29, during Christmas break. It will be held from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Oswego City Hall.
The founder of Fight Science, a martial arts studio on South First Street in Fulton, was sentenced today (Dec. 21) to 2 to 3 years in state prison for having sexual contact with two of his students.
The local businessman was acquitted today on charges that he had sexual contact with a boy younger than 17 years old last fall. He was facing two misdemeanor charges.
Visitors to the Family Court courtroom at the Oswego County Public Safety Center are now greeted by the warm and bright colors of children’s drawings and paintings, thanks to a unique project initiated by Family Court Judge Kimberly Seager and the Youth Advocate Program of Oswego County.