Eleven persons were sentenced Friday in Niagara County Court, including a Niagara Falls man who got up to 10 years in prison for burglary.
Peter P. DiFondi, 46, of 636 16th St., who pleaded guilty Nov. 12 to second-degree burglary, was sentenced to five to 10 years in prison for a July 14 break-in at the Falls Street home of Mary Signorelli in which property damage exceeded $1,550.
Michael S. Goodall, 34, of 1021 South Ave., Niagara Falls, sentenced to consecutive terms of two to six years and one to three years for thefts of $40 and $70 from men in Niagara Falls; pleaded guilty to third-degree robbery and fourth-degree grand larceny.
Tracy R. Greene, 34, of 1319 Niagara St., Niagara Falls, two to four years in prison for cocaine sales; pleaded guilty Nov. 14 to a reduced charge of fifth-degree criminal sale of a controlled substance in a cocaine sale to an informant.
Darlene Duval, 37, of 1551 Willow Ave., Niagara Falls, 16 months to four years in prison on a guilty plea to attempted second-degree assault in a Sept. 13 knife attack which injured Jimmie Anthony in Niagara Falls.
Curtis M. Hawkes, 26, of 5598 Dysinger Road, Lockport, one to three years in prison on a guilty plea to third-degree sodomy.
Philip Bodkin, 24, of 1420 Osborne Court, Niagara Falls, probation for five years for attempted third-degree criminal possession of stolen computer equipment.
Isaac I. Shavers, Jr., 21, of 1303 Michigan Ave., Niagara Falls, five years probation for guilty plea to fifth-degree criminal sale of a controlled substance, cocaine, reduced charges.
Jerry L. Jordan, 42, of 1776 Falls Street, and Anthony Bogan, 39, of 1507 Thirteenth St., both Niagara Falls, who pleaded guilty earlier to charges of fifth-degree criminal sale of a controlled substance in cocaine sales.
Jordan got three to six years in prison as a second felony offender; Bogan will serve one year in County Jail.
Todd Searles, 29, of Niagara Falls, and Leonard F. Johnson, 37, of Rochester, who pleaded guilty in separate cases to felony driving while intoxicated, were each fined $1,000 and ordered to surrender their driver's licenses for one year. Searles, of 1054 101st St., got a five years probation; Johnson, of Saratoga Avenue, was jailed for one to three years.