Watertown woman sentenced on weapon charge


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WATERTOWN — A Watertown woman was sentenced on Tuesday in a Jefferson County courtroom to 1½ to 3 years in state prison after pleading guilty to third-degree attempted possession of a weapon.

Timi L. Thrasher, 42, of 168 Sterling St., Apt. 2, admitted that she pointed a knife at another woman and made threats during an Aug. 9 incident.

She was sentenced as a second-felony offender after being convicted in a forged-instrument case in March 2013.

In other cases on Tuesday before Judge Kim H. Martusewicz:

James R. Fooks Jr., 29, Syracuse, pleaded guilty to a forcible touching charge stemming from an Aug. 10 incident in the town of Rutland.

He will be sentenced to six years probation on Jan. 23.

Robert J. Gibbs, 42, Watertown, pleaded guilty to third-degree of criminal possession of a controlled substance.

He admitted that he possessed heroin on Oct. 26 in the city of Watertown. He’ll be sentenced to six months in the Metro-Jefferson Public Safety Building and five years probation.

Jeffrey G. McIntosh, 60, Watertown, pleaded guilty to petit larceny and will be given a one-year conditional discharge.

He admitted that he stole a wallet in a Sept. 11 incident at Samaritan Medical Center.

Jennifer Scales, 37, Watertown, pleaded guilty to possessing on Sept. 1 numerous items to illegally manufacture methamphetamine during an incident in Watertown.

She will be sentenced to five years probation on Jan. 23.


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