Two men entered guilty pleas in connection with separate felony D-W-I cases in Cortland County Court Friday.
29 year old Chenor Pena of Cortland admitted he was drunk behind the wheel back on November 29th of last year when he was stopped by Cortland City Police on Greenbush Street.
Pena was charged with a felony count of D-W-I due to a previous D-W-I conviction in the last 10 years, he was also charged with moving from a lane unsafely, no inspection, and refusal to submit to a breath screening.
On Friday Pena agreed to enter the guilty plea in exchange for 1 to 3 years in State prison, he faced up 4 years.
Meanwhile, 25 year old Richard Graves of 535 Route 13, DeRuyter also pled guilty to a felony D-W-I charge to resolve his case. Back in September Graves was stopped around 2:30 in morning on Port Watson Street.
City Police say the stop came after Graves failed to keep right, he was later charged with a felony count of D-W-I, due to a prior conviction in the last 10 years. He was also charged with no inspection, failure to keep right and refusing a breath screening.
Graves will spend five years on probation pay a thousand dollars in fines and must install an ignition interlock device on any vehicles he drives.
Both men as due for formal sentencing on April 18th.