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Liverpool man gets prison in Waddington attempted burglary

pCANTON — The Liverpool man who pleaded guilty to the 2017 attempted burglary of a Waddington camp was sentenced to prison Monday. /ppPatrick M. Gogliardo III, 28, of 121 Luther Ave., was sentenced as a second felony offender to 1½ to 3 years in prison for his guilty plea to felony third-degree attempted burglary./ppAccording to court documents, on Aug. 29, 2017, in the town of Waddington, Mr. Gogliardo unlawfully entered a camp at 12836 Route 37 owned by Greg R. Peterson, of Doylestown, Pa. The report filed with the court by deputies alleges that Mr. Gogliardo gained entry through a window, leaving his fingerprints inside of the camp, where he took keys to a 2015 Mahindra XTV in the camp. The XTV was valued at $15,000 and was reportedly not recovered. He is also charged with cutting a screen door to leave the property./ppAlso reported stolen was a 2016 Mud Hen single-axle trailer, valued at $2,000, which was also reportedly not recovered. /ppIn a Sept. 2, 2017, report to sheriff’s deputies, Mr. Peterson said he had returned to his camp that day to find his XTV and trailer stolen. He said the steel tube gate to the driveway had been chained but the chain was missing. He last saw the XTV and trailer when he left the camp on Aug. 28, 2017./pp“Someone entered his camp through an unsecured rear window and obtained the keys for the machine,” deputies wrote in their report. “It appears the trailer was then hooked onto a truck and the machine was loaded on the trailer and driven away.”/ppMr. Gogliardo sought his prison sentence to be judicially mandated to be served in the system’s Willard Drug Treatment Program, in which offenders serve 90 days in a rehabilitation program before spending the remainder of their sentences under parole supervision. /ppCounty Court Judge Jerome J. Richards declined. He said it was just Mr. Gogliardo’s way of avoiding incarceration, pointing to a 2008 period of his going to drug treatment./pp“This is your seventh conviction, your 12th arrest. You continue to steal and violate the law,” the judge said. “It sounds like it’s not your fault. You want to go to Willard so you don’t have to do your time.”/ppIn addition to his prison sentence, Mr. Gogliardo paid $14,730.40 to Mr. Peterson’s insurance, $269.60 to probation and had $3,708.37 in restitution reduced to judgment./p


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