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BUFFALO MAN SENTENCED IN BURGLARY AT N. TONAWANDA STORE

A Buffalo man accused of burglarizing an Eckerd Drugs store in North Tonawanda in April was sentenced to 18 month to four years in prison.

James R. Day, 38, of 30 Sandrock Road, pleaded guilty Aug. 31 to attempted third-degree burglary.

He had been indicted for third-degree burglary and fifth-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance. Authorities said he had an array of prescription drugs, including Valium and Viagra.

Judge Amy J. Fricano imposed the sentence.

In cases before Judge Peter L. Broderick:

Christopher Gordon, 28, of Niagara Falls, who pleaded guilty Aug. 5 to third-degree sodomy, was sentenced to six months in Niagara County Jail and five years of probation.

Gordon, of 74th Street, was indicted in March for three counts of third-degree sodomy, stemming from incidents in Niagara Falls during August 1994 and May 1996.

James C. Siever, 36, of Sanborn, who pleaded guilty July 30 to a felony count of driving while intoxicated, was fined $1,000 and sentenced to six months in the county jail and five years of probation.

Siever, of Saunders Settlement Road, was charged June 15 in Niagara Falls.

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