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Two Arrested For Selling Meth In Corning

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While investigating suspected narcotics sales in the Bath and Corning areas, New York State Police from the Painted Post barracks executed a traffic stop in the City of Corning which resulted in additional arrests. 

Randy Brown, age 60, of  Corning, New York, was charged with Criminal Sale of a Controlled Substance 5th degree (a class “D” felony) and Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance 7th degree (a class “A” misdemeanor).  A second person, AmyJo Ayers, age 41, of  Bath, New York was charged with Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance 7th degree (a class “A” misdemeanor). 

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As a result of the traffic stop, Brown was confirmed to have sold methamphetamine earlier in the day and both he and Ayers were found in possession of an additional quantity of the drug, as well as paraphernalia and a digital scale. 

A third person who was operating the vehicle was interviewed and released. 

Randy Brown was arraigned in the Town of Corning Court and remanded to the Steuben County Jail with no bail.  AmyJo Ayers was issued an Appearance Ticket returnable to the Town of Corning Court at a later date and released.

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Mary    85

Randy will never learn.

If you recall the drug bust pursuit on foot a year or two ago, between Big Flats and the Airport/ Consumer Square area- I believe it was a car chase which resulted in foot chase, yep, that was Randy.

This picture has the makings of one heck of a meme battle.

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Hal    108

Yes , and Randy has a long history with another Jurisdiction as well  , the years have not been good to him ... or is it the meth ?! 

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KReed    122

When will RANDY learn? When will the system stop sending back out on the streets???

Seems like at some point they could have made him stand trial and be sentenced to each of his multiple charges with consecutive sentences and keep him LOCKED UP.

 

March 2015: http://www.the-leader.com/article/20150312/news/150319853

Holed up in a motel with a gun and drugs...... charged with fifth-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance with intent to sell,  second-degree criminally using drug paraphernalia, AND.... second-degree unlawful imprisonment (but no weapons charge????)

 

Six months later, the story Mary noted: http://www.the-leader.com/article/20151027/NEWS/151029750

Charged with unlawful fleeing of a police officer, reckless endangerment, unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, and driving with a revoked license.

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Hal    108

If the State would free up the Judges hands so they could adjudicate then maybe we could get the Randy’s off the streets. When it’s “ suggested “ by the State that the Judge not remand a perp to jail because they don’t have money or means to pay a fine imposed I believe that’s where some of the problems start . The Courtroom still is the Judges playpen but the State only gives them so many toys to play with . 

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KReed    122

Well....It certainly isn't for lack of effort from LEO - they've rounded him up more times than they should need to.

Something needs to change at some level after these creatures are arrested.

 

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Hal    108

Oh , I agree . Between the D.A. and the State is our weak link . That coupled with the deals made and bail projects , especially on the local level the Randy’s are arrested and hit the streets an hour later ... and they know the system and laws protect them so where’s the deterrent? 

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