Wednesday, May 18, 2022

Spalding Allegedly Raped Child under age of 13 Repeatedly:

Man indicted for repeatedly sexually assaulting child

Wm. Spauding

A Pike man was arraigned last week on charges that he repeatedly sexually assaulted a child.

William Spalding, 21, was arraigned in Wyoming County Court Thursday on a grand jury indictment charging him with two counts of predatory sexual assault against a child, second-degree rape and endangering the welfare of a child.

He entered a not guilty plea and is to return to court May 26.

Spalding was arrested in March after a Wyoming County sheriff’s investigation revealed he allegedly repeatedly raped a child under age 13 during several months in 2021.

The predatory sexual assault charged is a violent felony offense punishable by up to 25 years to life in prison.

Also in County Court last week and on Monday:

* Judge Michael Mohun sentenced a Silver Springs man to his second state prison term.

Justin L. Pyatt, 33, was sentenced to two to four years in prison for aggravated family offense for repeated domestic violence and criminal possession of stolen property. He also sentenced Pyatt to a conditional discharge for a misdemeanor DWI.

The sentence will be served concurrently with a burglary and theft sentence in Genesee County. Pyatt served a three-year term for menacing police officers in 2015.

* Courtney J. Terwilliger, 39, of Arcade waived indictment on charged of second-degree criminal possession of a weapon and grand larceny and pleaded guilty to grand larceny. She is to be sentenced Aug. 4.

Terwiller left the state without permission from her probation officer and was arrested in Maryland. She possessed a gun that was stolen from a house in Arcade.

* Keith A. Orsak, 41, of Lyndonville pleaded guilty to bail jumping and driving while impaired by drugs and is to be sentenced Aug. 4.

* Four men from New York City who were found with more than a pound of codeine while traveling on Route 20A all pleaded guilty to drug charges.

Ahmed N. Saleh, 22, Mouhamed Jah, 22, Tyler Hall-Canale, no age available, and Mbaye A. Mbengue, 21, all had faced charges of first-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance, the most serious drug trafficking charge.

Police found 20 ounces of codeine and 47 grams of cannabis wax in the car, driving by Saleh.

Jah pleaded guilty to fourth-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance. The other pleaded guilty to attempted possession. All are to be sentenced Sept. 22.

* Christopher McClinic, 20, of Batavia was arraigned on an indictment charging him with four counts of second-degree burglary. He, along with another Batavia man, Antwan L. Odom, 21, were arrested after an investigation into a series of daylight burglaries in Covington in February.

* Cindy S. Frank, 49, of Jamestown pleaded guilty to attempted fifth-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance for smuggling suboxone into Attica Correctional Facility. She is to be sentenced Sept. 8.

Frank has a history of drug arrests. She was released from parole on drug-dealing charges in April 2021.

She had been arrested in April 2017 after more than 6 ounces of packaged cocaine was found in her car during a traffic stop in Jamestown. She was arrested again that October and charged with another count of drug possession.

She was sentenced to three years in prison but served less than eight months before being released in 2019.

Frank also was involved in a 2013 drug case where a passenger in her car died while in police custody.

Frank was stopped for traffic violations in Jamestown and police took her passenger, Charles Baker Jr. into custody.

Baker possessed numerous bags of drugs and after being Tasered by police, he had a seizure and died.

* Jasi Isaac-Dent, 21, of Copiague, entered a not guilty plea to an indictment charging him with third-and-fifth-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance and promoting prison contraband for allegedly smuggling drugs into Attica Correctional Facility.

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