Inmate Receives Seven-Year Sentence for Second-Degree Burglary

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(WNY News Now) – A Wyoming County Jail inmate has been handed a seven-year prison term along with five years of post-release supervision. This follows his conviction on charges of Second-Degree Burglary in a New York state correctional facility.

Wyoming County, N.Y. – In a legal outcome stemming from an incident on or about November 29, 2021, in the Town of Machias, Dominic Mainella, incarcerated at Wyoming County Jail, New York, has been sentenced to seven years in a state correctional facility. Born on December 20, 1965, Mainella faced charges related to Burglary in the Second Degree for knowingly entering or remaining unlawfully in a dwelling with the intent to commit a crime.

The court proceedings determined Mainella’s guilt in connection to the incident that occurred in Machias, New York. The sentencing includes seven years of imprisonment, emphasizing the severity of the offense. Additionally, Mainella will be subject to five years of post-release supervision.

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