Local burglar convicted

Judge: "It's substantially likely the court may disagree" with prosecutor's CBCF recommendation.
Cary Ashby
Dec 29, 2013

A local man has been convicted of a felony.

Jason A. Maye, 29, of 818 Main St., Willard, pleaded guilty to burglary.

The defendant, who remains in jail on a $20,000 bond, will be sentenced Feb. 5.

Maye broke into a White Tail Way home Aug. 11, stole a laptop computer and via an ATM, also stole $480. When he was arrested in connection with a Walmart incident later, Maye cooperated with authorities and told them the break-in was drug-related, Leffler said at Monday's plea hearing.

Conway, citing the defendant's criminal record, told Maye "it's substantially likely the court may disagree" with Leffler's recommendation to have him spend four to six months in a community-based corrections facility. A CBCF is a form of prison which focuses on substance abuse treatment and education.

Comments

so sick of stup...

I bet the courts DO send him to a CBCF...thats all they ever do...and thats why these people keep doing what the do.

ferball14

This waste of a social security number has been just that his entire life.

Windy

It's Judge Conway's court. I'm surprised this guy is not out on a personal recognizance bond.

votelibertarian

Willard PD could have had this guy put away months ago, but let him go after catching him red handed.

NoneTheLess

I hope you find faith and religion behind bars this time so that you can pray you don't get HIV for all the shower services your gonna perform in prison just like your last stint in the pokey was just that a lil shower hustle pokey!!!