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Manchester woman to serve prison time for victim intimidation

A Manchester woman will serve one and one-third to four years in prison for victim intimidation.

Sheryl Cerroni, 56, will serve a brief prison term for interfering with her son’s attempted murder case.


Ontario County Judge Frederick Reed handed down the sentence on Thursday, September 8.

A jury convicted Cerroni on a felony count of intimidating a victim last month.

The charge relates to a shooting in October 2020 at Lakeside Village Apartments in Canandaigua, according to the Finger Lakes Times.


Related: Manchester resident charged with witness intimidation in Canandaigua


Police say Cerroni’s son Michael Delgado, of Manchester, shot at another individual several times during a fight in the parking lot. No one was hit by a bullet.

After a grand jury notice went out for Delgado’s trial on March 9, 2021, Cerroni allegedly followed three witnesses to the main victim’s home in Canandaigua while also spouting racial slurs and threats.

Cerroni also faces one count of jury tampering, a misdemeanor, for allegedly making comments about the DA to a sworn juror. The juror was replaced and the trial resumed.


Related: Manchester woman accused of juror tampering during Ontario County Court trial



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