LOCKPORT – A woman who took part in two November 2011 burglaries was placed on five years’ probation Thursday by Niagara County Judge Matthew J. Murphy III.
Amanda J. Swan, 26, of Drum Road, Hartland, earned the assignment after a successful year of interim probation, Murphy said. That time will count toward her sentence for her plea to attempted third-degree burglary.
Swan must repay $1,900 to the Sher-Wash Laundromat on Telegraph Road in Middleport, which was broken into Nov. 8, 2011, and $257 to a homeowner on Upper Mountain Road in Lockport whose house was burglarized the night before.
Co-defendant Thomas N. Sullivan, 23, of Quaker Road, Hartland, pleaded guilty last year and was admitted to the judicial diversion program of court-supervised drug treatment.