Wednesday, March 2, 2022

Previously, Goodenow Hit his 'Girlfriend' with a Bat:
Repeat offender gets third prison term, this time for strangulation of a woman

A parolee who strangled a woman to unconsciousness four months after his release from prison will serve his third state prison term after he was sentenced last week in Wyoming County Court.


Cory M. Goodenow, 27, pleaded guilty in February to second-degree strangulation and was sentenced by Judge Michael Mohun to three years in prison as a second-felony offender.

Goodenow also will be on five years of post-release supervision.

Goodenow already has served two state prison terms and was re-arrested not long after his release both times.

Goodenow was released from prison April 22 after serving nearly three years of a 30-month to five-year term. He is on parole until Jan. 4 and on supervision until April 7, 2024.

He was convicted of assault, coercion and aggravated family offense for beating his girlfriend with a bat.

That arrest came just two weeks after he was released from another prison term, that one for raping a girl under 15 years old.

He was re-arrested in August after attacking a woman, chocking her and for violating parole.

Also in County Court:

■ A trial date was set for a former Perry fire chief accused of attempting to rape a woman in 2018.

Stephen Laraby, 47, will face trial March 28. He was indicted in October and charged with one count of attempted first-degree rape for allegedly trying to rape a woman in the village in August 2018. Laraby was chief of the Perry Fire Department from 2014 to 2017 and was a firefighter at the time of his arrest.

Justin George, 46, of Java entered a not guilty plea to an indictment charging him with second-degree strangulation, second-degree assault and second-degree criminal contempt of court.

Brent Inlow, 56, of Perry was sentenced to 364 days in jail for felony DWI.

Dakota Mander, 26, of Utica was sentenced to two to four years in prison for attempted second-degree assault.

Patrel D. Babers, 28, of Rochester was sentenced to a three year conditional discharge for felony driving while impaired by drugs. He also was fined $1,000 and had his license revoked.

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