Sentences handed down in county court

Nineteen sentences were handed down in county court before President Judge Gregory Hammond on Friday afternoon.

Savannah J. Birchard, 4 East Airport Dr., Apt. A, Corry, to one year of probation, $300 in fines and fees, 25 hours of community service and completion of a drug and alcohol recovery evaluation and to follow all recommendations for a charge of theft by unlawful taking. A charge of possession of a controlled substance was not prosecuted.

Jada Lee Coursey, 2545 Liberty St. Ext., Warren, to eight days to one year at the Warren County Jail with credit for time served, $1,100 in fines and fees, and 30 hours of community service for a charge of sale or illegal use of certain solvents and a charge of disorderly conduct. Charges of possession of drug paraphernalia, public drunkenness, scattering rubbish, disorderly conduct and public drunkenness were not prosecuted. Coursey is eligible for immediate parole and was ordered to not enter Walmart.

Roger Stephen Dalo, 4115 Market Street, Warren, to 150 days to one year in the Warren County Jail with credit for time served, $675 in fines and fees, completion of a drug and alcohol recovery evaluation and follow all recommendations, $1,445.20 in restitution on a count of criminal mischief. On a separate count of disorderly conduct, he was sentenced to 149 days to one year in the Warren County Jail with credit for time served to run consecutively to the previous charge, $300 in fines and fees and was ordered not to enter Tim Hortons. Charges of criminal mischief, stalking, and disorderly conduct were not prosecuted.

Derek Gene Edwards, 1724 Priest Hollow Rd., Russell, to 48 hours to six months in the Warren County Jail, $1,200 in fines and fees, an 18-month drivers license suspension, participation in highway safety school, victim impact panel, completion of a drug and alcohol recovery evaluation and follow all recommendations and 15 hours of community service on charges of purchase, consumption of liquor and DUI: high rate of alcohol. Charges of theft by unlawful taking or disposition and unauthorized use of auto or other vehicles were not prosecuted. He is work release eligible.

Harrison Andrew Flasher, 18 Park Ave., Warren, five years of probation, $2,000 in fines and fees for charges of theft by unlawful taking and criminal conspiracy. He was ordered to pay $40,000 in restitution and have no contact with the victim.

John Robert Flasher, 161 Swede Hollow Rd., Sugar Grove, to five years of intermediate punishment, including 30 days in the Warren County Jail followed by 60 days of house arrest, participation in highway safety school, victim impact panel, an 18 month drivers license suspension, 30 hours of community service and $2,305 in fines and fees for charges of DUI: highest rate of alcohol and careless driving. Charges of DUI: general impairment incapable of safe driving, driving on roadways laned for traffic, driving vehicle at safe speed and restraint systems were not prosecuted.

Ethan Allen Fuller, 309 Laurel St., Warren, to two years probation, $875 in fines and fees, and 50 hours of community service for a charge of forgery. Charges of tampering with records or ID and tampering with public records or ID were not prosecuted.

Rodney Allen Gage, 102 Cottage Place, Russell, to 30 to 90 days in the Warren County jail, $875 in fines and fees, 30 hours of community service, 90 days of probation and completion of a drug and alcohol recovery evaluation and follow all recommendations on charges of harassment and disorderly conduct. A charge of simple assault was not prosecuted. He is work release and early re-entry eligible and was ordered to have no contact with the victim.

Scott Charles Havelka, 796 Division St., West Mifflin, to 48 hours to six months in the Warren County Jail to commence in 30 days, participation in highway safety school, victim impact panel, a 12 month drivers license suspension, and $1,105 in fines and fees on charges of DUI: general impairment incapable of safe driving and riving on roadways laned for traffic. Charges of DUI: highest rate of alcohol, careless driving and driving vehicle at safe speed were not prosecuted.

Mickelle Marie Hicks, 166 Moon Rd., Bear Lake, to two years probation, 50 hours of community service, $750 in fines and fees, completion of a drug and alcohol recovery evaluation and follow all recommendations and $2,339.40 in restitution on a charge of simple assault. A charge of disorderly conduct was not prosecuted.

David Scott Kuzminski, 589 Braley Rd., Russell, to 128 days to two years in the Warren County Jail with credit for time served, and $1,375 in fines and fees on a charge of receiving stolen property. He is eligible for immediate parole and was ordered to have no contact with the victim or enter the victims property. A charge of receiving stolen property was not prosecuted.

Alexander David Layden, Warren County Jail, to a state correctional institution for three to 18 months and $1,025 in fines and fees. He is RRRI eligible. Two charges of burglary, two charges of criminal trespass, two charges of loitering and prowling at night time and four charges of disorderly conduct were not prosecuted.

Valentina D. Marano, 5 Cool Springs Lane, P.O. Box 152, Sheffield, five years of intermediate punishment, 60 days of house arrest with Scram monitoring, participation in highway safety school, victim impact panel, 18 months drivers license suspension, 13 hours of community service, completion of a drug and alcohol recovery evaluation and follow all recommendations, $2,205 in fines and fees on charges of DUI: highest rate of alcohol and careless driving. Charges of DUI: general impairment incapable of safe driving, notice of change of name or address, driving on roadways laned for traffic and trespass by motor vehicle were not prosecuted.

Tillie M. Matsock, 6 1/2 Hertzel St., Apt. 2, Warren, to one year probation, 30 hours of community service, a six months driver license suspension, and completion of a drug and alcohol recovery evaluation and follow all recommendations for a charge of possession of a controlled substance.

Daniel Paul Morehead, Warren County Jail, to 24 to 72 months in a state correctional institution, $4,125 in fines and fees, $2,011.24 in restitution on receiving stolen property, charges of theft by unlawful taking, criminal trespass, burglary and criminal conspiracy. Six charges of burglary, six charges of criminal trespass, unauthorized use of autos or other vehicles, three counts of receiving stolen property, four charges of criminal conspiracy, three counts of criminal mischief, two charges theft by unlawful taking, theft of a motor vehicle, and a count of escape were not prosecuted. He was ordered to have no contact with the victim.

Jonathan Lee Morse, 25 Bean Drive, Warren, to 72 hours to six months in the Warren County Jail, 15 hours of community service, $1,410 in fines and fees, $14,460.70 in restitution, completion of a drug and alcohol recovery evaluation and follow all recommendations, and a 12 month drivers license suspension for charges of DUI: highest rate of alcohol, driving on roadways laned for traffic, and driving too closely. Charges of DUI: general impairment incapable of safe driving, DUI: general impairment incapable of safe driving without accident, registration or certification of title, required financial responsibility, driving on right side of roadway, driving vehicle at safe speed, careless driving and period for required lighted lamps were not prosecuted.

Chad Douglas Nudd, 1311 1/2 Sill St., Warren, to 10 months to two years at the Warren County Jail, two years of probation, 50 hours of community service, $2,100 in fines and fees, $4,506.95 in restitution on two charges of cruelty to animals and a count of intimidation of witnesses or victims. Nudd was ordered to forfeit dogs to the Paws Along the River, Warren County Humane Society, and not to maintain or own any animals. He is work release and early re-entry eligible.

Tyler James Peterson, 403 W. Smith St., Corry, to six months to two years in the Warren County Jail, two years probation, $1,500 in fines and fees and $27,688 in restitution to be paid jointly with codefendants on a charge of criminal mischief. He was ordered to have no contact with the victim. Two charges of arson and related offenses, a charge of criminal mischief, criminal conspiracy, two charges of burglary, three charges of criminal conspiracy and two charges of theft by unlawful taking were not prosecuted.

Richard G. Redfield, 383 Jackson Run Rd., Warren, to 72 hours to six months in the Warren County Jail, one year of probation, 40 hours of community service, a 18-month drivers license suspension, $1,740 in fines and fees, participation in highway safety school, victim impact panel on charges of DUI: general impairment incapable of safe driving, accident with damage to attend vehicle or property, driving on roadways laned for traffic, careless driving and duty to give information or render aid. He is work release and early re-entry eligible.

Shawn Michael Stec, 33 Laverne Dr., Youngsville, to 90 days in the Warren County Jail, a 42 month drivers license suspension, five years of intermediate punishment with 90 days in patient treatment, one year of probation, participation in highway safety school, victim impact panel, 30 hours of community service, and $4,210 in fines and fees on charges of DUI: highest rate of alcohol, driving while operating privilege is suspended, driving on roadways laned for traffic, careless driving, driving while suspended or revoked with DUI and duty to give information or render aid. Charges of DUI: general impairment incapable of safe driving, accident with damage to attend vehicle or property, registration card to be signed on demand, operation following suspension or registration, two counts of driver required to be licensed, carrying or exhibiting driver’s license on demand, required financial responsibility, driving on right side of roadway, meet vehicle proceeding in opposite direction and false reports were not prosecuted.

Dakota Jared Weilacher, 1240 Telic Run Rd., Youngsville, to three years of probation, 75 hours of community service, $1,375 in fines and fees, and completion of a drug and alcohol recovery evaluation and follow all recommendations, $288 in restitution on charges of theft by unlawful taking, criminal mischief, possession of controlled substance and theft by unlawful taking. A charge of burglary was not prosecuted. He was ordered to have no contact with the victim.

Joseph Aaron Windham, 800 Holly St., Apt. H1, Warren, to three months to two years in the Warren County Jail, $550 in fines and fees and completion of a drug and alcohol recovery evaluation and follow all recommendations on a charge of theft by unlawful taking. He is work release and early re-entry eligible. A charge of disorderly conduct was not prosecuted.