Robert G. Case, 45, of Little Valley, was remanded to the Cattaraugus County Jail in Little Valley without bail by Cattaraugus County Judge Ronald D. Ploetz after Case pleaded not guilty Monday to an indictment charging him with rape, nonfatal strangulation, burglary and unlawful imprisonment for allegedly sexually assaulting a Town of New Albion woman after breaking into her house Jan. 31.
Also Monday in Cattaraugus County Court:
• Jaryed Rodgers, 24, of Portville, who had been spared a state prison term last October for stealing money from two Portville area businesses, was sentenced to state prison for one to three years for violating the probation he was given in that case and for a burglary conviction for a Portville business break-in last fall.
• Luke R. Aldrich, 27, of Hinsdale, was ordered to serve a one-year local jail term, his driver’s license was revoked for a full year after his release from custody and he was ordered to install an ignition interlock system in any vehicle he uses for a year after his jail term. In January, Aldrich pleaded guilty to a felony driving while intoxicated charge for his arrest in Hinsdale last Sept. 28. Cattaraugus County District Attorney Lori Pettit Rieman said Aldrich had a blood alcohol reading that day of 0.20 percent, 2ø times the state’s legal limit.
• Thomas V. Lewis, 23, of Salamanca, pleaded guilty to a third-degree assault charge for a violent mugging in that city last Aug. 5 and criminal possession of stolen property for a Salamanca incident last June 28. He faces sentencing June 9.
• Dorian K. Jacobs, 18, of Steamburg, pleaded guilty to second-degree burglary and criminal possession of a weapon for an armed burglary in the Town of Coldspring last May 19. He faces sentencing June 9.
• Philip J. Boudreaux, 46, of Olean, was sentenced to time served for the weeks he remained in custody after his arrest in the City of Olean for selling heroin on Jan. 11. But he was also ordered to spend five years on supervised probation on his felony drug sale conviction in the case.
• Harry W. Ginnery Jr., 32, of Great Valley, was fined $1,000, placed on probation for five years, his driver’s license was revoked for a full year and he was ordered to use ignition interlock systems for the next year on his aggravated driving while intoxicated conviction for his arrest in the Village of Ellicottville last April 26. The district attorney said he had a blood alcohol reading that day of 0.20 percent, 2ø times the state’s legal limit.
• Jesse J. Connor, 34, of Olean, was placed on probation for five years on his conviction for welfare fraud and petit larceny for fraudulently obtaining welfare benefits in Cattaraugus County from December 2010 through July 2011. He was also ordered to make restitution to the county government.