The Broome County District Attorney is announcing sentencing for three separate cases in Broome County Court.

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District Attorney Michael Korchak on Friday, August 5 issued a news release to announce the prison sentences for “gun, drug and domestic violence felons.”


20-year-old Cory Nedley of Binghamton is expected to be handed a sentence in November to serve 7 years in New York State Prison followed by 5 years post-release supervision.  The D.A.’s office says the sentence comes after Nedley pleaded guilty on Friday, August 5 to a count of Burglary in the Second Degree for a break-in that happened on October 14 of 2021.  Prosecutors say Nedley and another person had entered a home in the City of Binghamton with the intent to commit a crime.  Authorities say what appeared to be a firearm was displayed in the incident.

51-year-old Bobby Gayle Junior of Newark Valley will be sentenced later in November to serve 3 years in New York State prison followed by two years post-release supervision for drug possession.

The District Attorney’s Office says Gayle pleaded guilty last week to Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance in the 5th Degree for possessing a quantity of methamphetamine on May 12 of this year with the intent to sell it.  He is to be sentenced in November.

Finally, District Attorney Michael Korchak’s office says 42-year-old Matthew Bowden of Deposit will serve one to three years for violating an order of protection and harassing a person. He was sentenced in Broome County Court on Friday, August 5 in connection with the incident on November 11 of last year in the Town of Sanford.

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