A Randolph teenager who stole several guns has been sentenced in Cattaraugus County Court to probation and community service.
Joshua P. Kaltenbach, 18, of Hotchkiss Road was sentenced by Judge Larry M. Himelein to five years of probation and 16 weekends of community service for his guilty plea to third-degree burglary Oct. 25.
Kaltenbach admitted he entered a house on VanName Road in Randolph and stole three guns and a television.
Keith P. Gregory, 21, of Jamestown, currently being held in Chautauqua County Jail, was sentenced as a second felony offender to nine years in prison and must pay restitution to be determined by the court.
Gregory pleaded guilty to second-degree burglary Aug. 5. The crime site was a house in the Town of Mansfield.
District Attorney Edward M. Sharkey said that under terms of the sentence, Gregory will be required to serve six-sevenths of his sentence before he is eligible for parole. He will then be required to serve a period of supervised parole for as long as five years.
Kevin D. Goodemote, 44, of Gowanda was sentenced to four months of weekends in the county jail, five years of probation, 16 weeks of community service and fined $2,000 for his guilty plea to driving while intoxicated Jan. 8 in the Town of Persia.
David Johnson, 36, of Salamanca pleaded innocent to third-degree arson, second-degree attempted grand larceny and second-degree insurance fraud for setting fire to his house in Salamanca July 14.
Johnson was charged in a second grand jury indictment issued recently after an indictment in January was dismissed by the court because of a technicality.