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Auburn man sentenced after attempted rape, burglary conviction

Brandon M. Lowe, a 37-year-old man from Auburn, has been handed a significant prison sentence for various crimes, including attempted rape and burglary. Lowe received an eight-year state prison term followed by nine years of post-release supervision for first-degree attempted rape, classified as a class C felony. Additionally, he was sentenced to the same prison term for second-degree burglary, also a class C felony, with five years of post-release supervision.


Furthermore, Lowe was sentenced to seven years in prison and nine years of post-release supervision for first-degree sexual abuse. For the misdemeanors of second-degree criminal contempt and second-degree criminal trespass, he will serve 364 days in the Cayuga County Jail. A 15-day jail term was imposed for second-degree harassment, considered a violation. Finally, Lowe was sentenced to 1 1/3 to four years in prison for two counts of first-degree criminal contempt, a class E felony. Notably, all these sentences will run concurrently.

This comprehensive sentencing reflects the severity of Lowe’s crimes, including sexual offenses and violations of personal safety and property. The concurrent sentences aim to ensure justice is served while also providing an opportunity for rehabilitation during and after his prison term.