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Written By The Mountain Eagle on 2/2/24 | 2/2/24

Buck, William, 48, was convicted of Burglary 2nd Degree, a class D Felony, Assault 3rd, a class A  Misdemeanor. It was alleged that Mr. Buck entered a family member’s home and caused physical injury  to several family members. The Schoharie County Court sentenced Mr. Buck to six months in jail and five  years’ probation on attempted burglary, and DNA, DNA Surcharge of $50, and Surcharge of $325. Mr.  Buck was also sentenced with orders of protection for two individuals. Former Cobleskill Police Officer  Whittaker was the arresting officer. 

Kosier, Brian, 29, was convicted of Rape in the First Degree, a Class B Felony. Mr. Kosier was sentenced  by the Schoharie County Court on the request of the victim’s family to eight years in a New York State  Prison and twenty years post release supervision. He will register as a sex offender and pay fines and  fees in the amount of $1425. A full stayaway order of protection for a maximum of eight years.  

Villanueva, Ian, 19, was convicted of Assault in the Second Degree, a class D Felony. It was alleged that  while Mr. Villanueva was being arrested for a separate crime, he bent the wrist of a New York State  Police Officer and bit the Officer’s wrist while resisting arrest. Mr. Villanueva was sentenced to time  served (six months) and five years’ probation. New York State Police Investigator Kinnear and Trooper  Yodis were the arresting officers.  

Fuller, James, 40, was convicted of Reckless Driving and Aggravated Unlicensed Operator in the 2nd degree in the Town of Jefferson. Jefferson Town Court sentenced him to 180 days, fines, and surcharges.  New York State Police Investigator Udell and Sergeant Molle were the arresting officers. 

Stapleton, Eli, 31, was convicted of Criminal Mischief in the 4th degree and Petit Larceny. The Town of  Jefferson Court sentenced him to 60 days, a Conditional Discharge, DNA fees, and Order of Protection,  restitution, $200 fine and $205 surcharge. New York State Trooper Yodis was the arresting officer. 

Decker, Stephanie, 32, was convicted of one count of Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance 3rd:  Narcotic Drug Intent to Sell, a class B felony, and one count of Criminal Possession of a Controlled  Substance 3rd: 1/8 Oz Meth – Intent to Sell. Ms. Decker pled guilty on January 13th, 2022 and failed to  appear for her sentencing court date. The People requested State Prison. Ms. Decker was sentenced by  County Court to a determinate sentence of one (1) year with two (2) years Post Release Supervision and court ordered parole supervision (drug treatment with post release supervision), a $300 surcharge, $25  Crime Victim Assistance Fee, and a $50 DNA fee for DNA submission. 

Decker, Stephanie, 32, was convicted of Bail Jumping in the Third Degree, a Class A Misdemeanor. Ms.  Decker was sentenced by Schoharie Town Court to a conditional discharge, DNA fee of $50, Surcharge of  $205, and time served. Schoharie County Sheriff’s Investigator Armlin and Sergeant Reinhart were the  arresting officers. 

McHargue, Jesse, 34, was resentenced for a Violation of Probation for a conviction of Petit Larceny to  150 days by the Town of Cobleskill Court.  


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