Sentences handed down in county court

One bench warrant was issued and 14 defendants were sentenced and before Judge Gregory J. Hammond during Warren County Sentence Court proceedings Friday.

Michael Ryan Battko, 30 Valley Overlook Drive, Sugar Grove, to five years of intermediate punishment with the first 90 days to be served in the Warren County Jail, the following 90 days in inpatient drug and alcohol treatment, sixth months of house arrest with the duration to be served on probation on a count of DUI: Highest Rate of Alcohol (BAC +.16) – third offense. Battko was ordered to attend five NA or AA meetings per week, obtain a sponsor and comply with all recommendations. He is eligible for the treatment court program. He was ordered to pay $3,025 in fines and fees and also ordered to participate in the alcohol highway safety school and the Warren County Victim Impact Panel. His driving privileges were suspected for 18 months.

Timothy J. Fry, 332 Prospect Street, Apt. 9, Warren, to one year probation, pay $675 in fines and fees, have no contact with his victim, complete 25 hours of community service and undergo a drug and alcohol evaluation and comply with all recommendations on a count of disorderly conduct.

Jon David Gage, 2029 Jackson Run Road, Warren, to 27 to 54 months in a state correctional institution, with credit for time served, on a felony count of failure to comply with registration of sexual offenses. He was ordered to $1,375 in fines and fees and undergo a DNA test and pay the corresponding fee of $250.

Josef Ronald Hillard, 419 Laurel Street, Apt. C, Warren, to 8 days to two years less one day in the Warren County Jail, with credit for time served, on a count of simple assault. He was ordered to pay $875 in fines and fees, continue with drug and alcohol treatment recommendations, complete a healthy relationships evaluation, complete 50 hours of community service, have no contact with the property owner and pay $250.53 in restitution. On a separate count of purchase, consumption, possession, transport of liquor, he was ordered to pay $300 fine and his driving privileges were revoked for 90 days. On an additional count of disorderly conduct, he is to pay a $300 fine.

John T. Jarjabka Jr., 336 Prospect St., Pittsfield, to 40 days to two years less one day in the Warren County Jail, with credit for time served, on a count of simple assault. He was ordered to pay $750 in fines and fees, have no contact with the victim, complete 50 hours of community service and complete a healthy relationships evaluation.

Lionell Jones, Warren County Jail, to 18 months to five years in a state correctional institution on a felony charge of possession with intent to deliver. He was given credit for time served and is boot camp eligible. He was ordered to pay the cost of prosecution and $2,875 in fines and fees, undergo a DNA test and pay the corresponding $250 fee and his driving privileges were suspended for one year.

Amanda Ruth Kimpel, 106 Greenhurst Village, Jamestown N.Y., to 30 days to a maximum of one year in the Warren County Jail with credit for time served on a retail theft charge. She is work release and early reentry eligible. She was ordered to pay $875 in fines and fees, restitution of $539.09 and was ordered to not enter any Walmart. On a separate count of defiant trespass, she was ordered to pay $300 in fines.

John James Malone, 2203 Big Tree Rd., Lakewood, N.Y., to 30 days to six months in the Warren County Jail on a count of DUI general impairment incapable of safe driving. He was ordered to pay $1,450 in fines and fees, participate in the alcohol highway safety school and the Warren County Victim Impact Panel, complete a healthy relationships evaluation, complete 50 hours of community service and a his driving privileges were suspended for one year. On a separate count of driving on roadways laned for traffic he was ordered to pay $55 in fines and fees.

Galen Scott McCullough, 281 Pleasant Dr., Warren, to 72 hours to six months in the Warren County Jail on a count of DUI controlled substance. He is work release eligible and was ordered to pay $1,400 in fines and fees, participate in the alcohol highway safety school and the Warren County Victim Impact Panel, complete 15 hours of community service, his driving privileges were suspended for one year and pay $115,316.55 in restitution. On a separate count of stop signs and yield signs he was ordered to pay $55 in fines and fees. On a separate county of careless driving serious bodily injury he was ordered to pay $280 in fines and fees and his license was suspended for an additional three months.

Zachary A. Mihailoff, 32089 State Highway 408, Townville, Pa., to a minimum 33 days to a maximum of one year in the Warren County Jail with 33 days credit for time served for a count of possession of drug paraphernalia. He is eligible for immediate parole and was ordered to pay $975 in fines and fees and complete all recommendations from treatment from Crawford County.

Nathan Scott Nulph, 7 Franklin St., Warren, to 20 days to one year in the Warren County Jail with credit for time served for a count of simple assault. He is eligible for immediate parole and was ordered to pay $875 in fines and fees and comply with all recommendations for mental health by Beacon Light.

Frank Edward Salsgiver, 12829 Rt. 6, Clarendon, to one year of probation for a count of disorderly conduct. He was ordered to pay $675 in fines and fees, have no contact with the victim, complete 25 hours of community service and complete a drug and alcohol evaluation and comply with all recommendations.

Ashlee N. Samuelson, 4714 Fluvana Townline Rd., Jamestown, N.Y., to 90 days to five years in the Warren County Jail on a count of DUI highest rate of alcohol. She is work release and early reentry eligible and was ordered to pay $2,150 in fines and fees, complete the alcohol highway safety school and the Warren County Victim Impact Panel, undergo a drug and alcohol evaluation and comply with all recommendations, complete 30 hours of community service and her license was suspended for 18 months. On a separate count of careless driving she was ordered to pay $55 in fines and fees.

James M. Scott, 108 Oak St., apt. 510, Warren, to 72 hours to six months in the Warren County Jail on a county of DUI highest rate of alcohol. He is work release and early reentry eligible and was ordered to pay $1,550 in fines and fees, complete in the alcohol highway safety school and the Warren County Victim Impact Panel, complete recommendations of Warren County Family Services, complete 15 hours of community service, have no contact with the victim and his license was suspended for 12 months. On a separate count of accident involving damage to unattended vehicle or property he was ordered to pay $300 in fines and fees.

Sara Marie Tomassoni, 17 1/2 Plum St., Warren, to 75 days to two years in the Warren County Jail with credit for time served on a count of forgery. She is eligible for immediate parole and was ordered to pay $900 in fines and fees, complete 50 hours of community service, have no contact with the victim and undergo a drug and alcohol evaluation and comply with all recommendations. On a separate count of possession of controlled substance she was ordered to one year of probation, $600 in fines and fees, complete 25 hours of community service and her drivers license was suspended for six months.

Johnathon Tony Whipple, 15 1/2 Tan St., Sheffield, to 30 days to one year in the Warren County Jail with credit for time served on a count of theft by unlawful taking. He was ordered to pay $300 in fines and fees, two years of probation, complete 50 hours of community service, have no contact with the victim and pay $4,044.20 in restitution.

A bench warrant was issued for Stanley Charles Rakoski, 16 Robin Lane, Warren, for failure to appear. He was to be sentenced on a misdemeanor count of disorderly conduct.