posted on May 22, 2012 17:00
A Batavia man convicted of burglarizing area businesses will spend 2 to 7 years in State prison.
19-year old Trevor Pilc formerly of Jackson Street received the sentence in County Court Tuesday morning.
In February Pilc plead guilty to burglarizing Neptune Gardens, Batavia's Original, Blondie's and the Batavia Youth Bureau building back in September and was ordered to pay over $11,000 in restitution.
His accomplice 19-year old Michael Ames is already serving his 4 to 14 year sentence in WyomingCounty for the crime.
Pilc plead with Judge Robert Noonan to not give him the same sentence, saying quote “I realize what I did was wrong, but the 14-year sentence was too long for somebody his age,” said Pilc.
Noonan agreed, but said Pilc made his own bed.
Pilc received the maximum sentence under his plea deal.