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Courtroom News About The Three Hornell Suspects

September 13, 2022

Steuben County District Attorney Brooks Baker says, Dylan Henry appeared before Judge Roche, and pleaded guilty to two counts of aggravated harassment as a hate crime, after being accused of putting neo-nazi stickers on the Reheboth Church and the Temple Beth El in Hornell. Henry will be sentenced October 7 in Steuben County Court. The D.A. noated that this is Henry’s second felony offense since getting out of a state prison, so Baker says, Henry will be going back to state prison.

Aubrey Draggonetti has made a plea, to one count of criminal mischief as a hate crime and was given one year of interim supervision, which is the equivalent of a years’ probation. Dragonetti will then be sentenced again, in September of 2023, and judged on her behavior while on interim supervision. Ryan Mulhullen is in court Wednesdday, September 14, at 1130am, for a conference to discuss a possible plea.