A prison term of up to 14 years was ordered Friday by Niagara County Judge Amy J. Fricano for a Lockport man who pleaded guilty to sodomy charges involving a 5-year-old child and a teen-ager in Lockport.
David C. Boutelle, 24, of 131 Locust St., was ordered to serve consecutive terms of 10 years for attempted first-degree sodomy and two to four years for a lesser charge, and also owes parole time. He pleaded guilty May 30 to charges of attempted first-degree and attempted second-degree sodomy in connection with April 1996 incidents.
In other sentencings by Judge Fricano:
Vincent Arcadi, 41, of 209 Enchanted Forest, Depew, was fined $1,000, placed on probation for three years and must perform 100 hours of community service and submit to random testing.
Arcadi pleaded guilty March 21 to a misdemeanor charge of driving while intoxicated and another count of attempted tampering with evidence stemming from his arrest by state police officers in Pendleton on Sept. 11, 1996.
Mark A. Garrett, 32, of Buffalo, who pleaded guilty May 30 to seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance, must serve 60 days in the Niagara County Jail.
Garrett, of 134 Foreman St., was accused of possessing cocaine with the intent to sell it on Feb. 20 in Lockport.
In a sentencing by Niagara County Judge Charles J. Hannigan, Kim D. Feagins, 35, of 281 Genesee St., Lockport, was placed on probation for five years and must submit to random drug testing, after pleading guilty to attempted fifth-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance. The Oct. 19 incident involved the possession of cocaine with an intent to sell it, police said.