Homer Man Facing Lots of Charges Following High Speed Chase
A Homer man who is facing a slew of charges including possession of a stolen hand gun, following a high speed chase in Homer and Cortland Wednesday morning appeared in Cortland City Court Friday where he was arraigned with his appointed attorney.
24-year-old Matthew Perry of Route 41, Homer appeared with his attorney Mardis Kelsen. Kelsen entered not guilty pleas on Perry’s behalf. Cortland City Judge Thomas Meldrim ordered Perry held on no bail for the felony charge. He faces a $5 thousand dollars cash or $10 thousand dollars bond on the misdemeanor charges against him.
Perry faces a slew of charges stemming from Wednesdays high speed chase that started in Cortland, and went into Cortlandville, and Homer.
Perry is accused of possessing a stolen handgun as well as a several other charges arising from the chase.
Perry is a convicted felon, having been convicted of charges in 2007 in Cortland County Court. He’s due back in Court next Friday.