Sex offender accused in rapes

Magliocco

BATAVIA — Jon T. Magliocco was released from state prison Aug. 2 after serving his third term for sex-related offenses.

A city police investigation revealed that within two weeks of his release, Magliocco sexually assaulted two women at the rooming house where he lives on Mill Street.

One of those cases involved Magliocco, 44, forcibly sodomizing one of the women, resulting in a charge that carries a maximum term of 25 years in state prison.

Detective Jason Ivison said that two women came forward on Aug. 16, claiming they had been raped by Magliocco.

The first alleged rape happened between Aug. 10 and 11. Magliocco was charged with third-degree rape, third-degree criminal sexual act and third-degree sexual abuse.

Four days later Magliocco allegedly forced a woman to commit sex acts. He was charged with first-degree criminal sex act by forcible compulsion, a class B violent felony.

He was committed to Genesee County Jail without bail and will likely be returning to prison for violating parole.

Magliocco has an extensive history of committing sex crimes and is a Level 3 predicate offender on the New York State Sex Offender Registry.

His first prison term came after he was convicted of unlawful surveillance for installing cameras in a bathroom at his house in 2008. That same year he was convicted of sexually assaulting a 13-year-old girl.

He was sentenced to 16 months to four years in prison and served the entire term before being released in 2012.

A year later Magliocco was indicted and charged with 17 counts of rape and sodomy of a child under 17 years old.

He pleaded guilty in 2014 to one count of third-degree criminal sexual act and was sentenced to two years in prison and 15 years of post-release supervision.

He was released early but violated parole and was returned to prison to serve out the remainder of the term.

While he was in prison, investigators found that he had violated terms of the sex offender registry a year before.

That led to another conviction in 2019 and resulted in a one to three year prison term.

Magliocco served that term until being released Aug. 2.

He is on post-release supervision until Dec. 12, 2032, according to NYS Department of Corrections.

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