LIVINGSTON COUNTY – A man who has been to state prison repeatedly for burglary and theft related convictions pled guilty on Tuesday to selling hard drugs in Avon in March. This marks another step in his continually decaying relationship with the law.
Randy Rowe, 32, spent a year in Willard Correctional Facility from 2002 to 2003 for Possession of Stolen Property in the Fourth Degree, and a year and a half in Collins Correctional Facility for Burglary in the Third Degree.
“I had heroin and crack,” said Rowe. “I sold it to who I thought who was a friend of mine.”
Rowe is currently being held in Wayne County Jail on more Burglary charges from October.
Rowe’s bail was revoked following his plea and colloquy, and he is scheduled for sentencing on February 10. The District Attorney’s Office is seeking three years of state prison time for Rowe, as well as three years post-release supervision.
He will be sentenced as a second felony offender, so his sentence will be much more severe than a first-time offender.
PHOTO CAPTION: Photo courtesy of LCSO.