Stealing from cars means prison for ex-con


WARSAW — A Warsaw man caught going through parked cars in May was sentenced Thursday in Wyoming County Court to a state prison term.

Brandon D. Bradley, 40, was sentenced to 18 months to three years in prison for fourth-degree grand larceny.

Bradley was arrested after a police investigation into a series of thefts from cars in Warsaw. A homeowner saw Bradley going through his car and identified him to police.

Bradley possessed stolen credit cards when police took him into custody.

This is Bradley’s third prison term.

He served a two-to-four year terms for a forgery conviction in 2004 and an 18-month to three-year term for a 2015 conviction for possessing stolen property he took from cars.

Also in County Court Thursday:

n David M. Snyder, 33, of Warsaw was sentenced to two consecutive 11-month jail terms for attacking a woman in July.

Snyder was convicted of third-degree assault and criminal obstruction of breathing.

He also faces a parole violation and likely state prison term.

Snyder is on parole for a 2018 criminal possession of a weapon conviction. He served five months before being released on parole in October 2018.

n Emily V. Salvatore, 37, of Perry was placed on one year of interim supervision after she pleaded guilty to felony aggravated unlicensed operation and DWI. If successful, she will be allowed to plead to a lesser charge and avoid a felony conviction and possible state prison term.

Salvatore was arrested in December in Perry after she was found to be intoxicated and had not had a valid license in five years.

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