27 sentenced in Warren County Court

Twenty-seven defendants were sentenced on Friday in sentence court before Judge Gregory Hammond.

Thomas M. Allison, 25 Erie Avenue, Irvine to 30 days to six months and $1,380 in fines and costs, 30 hours of community service a 12 month suspension of his drivers license for DUI: high rate of alcohol (BAC .1 .16), second offense and failure to wear a seat belt. He must also attend the Alcohol Highway Safety program and the Victim Impact Impact Panel, and receive a drug and alcohol evaluation and comply with treatment recommendations. He is eligible for work release and early re-entry.

Jeremy Lee Anderson, Warren County Jail, to 12 months to 3 years in a state correctional institute (SCI) with credit for time served, $1,500 in fines and costs for access device fraud, and three months to one year at an SCI for theft by unlawful taking or disposition, to run consecutively for a total of 15 months to five years with credit for time served. He was ordered to pay $300 in restitution and have a mental health evaluation and treatment.

Anthony Theodore Beiter, 482 Southwest Ninth Street, Apartment 11, Boca Raton, Florida to Alternative Sentence Intermediate Punishment of 6 years probation, including time in a halfway house to be followed by Florida probation on a charges of DUI: Controlled Substance, Schedule I and II, second offense, possesion of drug paraphernalia and careless driving. He was also ordered to pay $2,405 in fines and costs, attend Florida’s version of the Alcohol Highway Safety program and Victim Impact Panel three self-help meetings a driver’s license suspension of 18 months and to perform 30 hours of community service.

David J. Bellamy, 200 Holly Street, Warren, to 30 days to one year in the Warren County Jail and is work release and early re-entry eligible. He was ordered to pay $875 in fines and costs and $1,195.85 in restitution for a charge of bad checks.

Robert Anthony Brown, 21 Buchanan Street, Warren, to 30 days to 6 months in the Warren County Jail. He is work release and early re-entry eligible. He was ordered to pay $1,780 in fines and costs, perform 15 hours of community service on charges of DUI: highest rate of alcohol (BAC .16+), first offense and careless driving. He is eligible for parole as soon as he completes and complies with a drug and alcohol evaluation and attends the Alcohol Highway Safety program and the Victim Impact Panel.

Daneille Nicole Coudriet, Torrance State Hospital, Torrance, Pa., to one year to four years at an SCI with credit for time served. She was ordered to pay $250 for a DNA test and $1,026.99 in restitution, have no contact with the victim and undergo a mental health evaluation for a charge of aggravated assault.

Jared Douglas Eisenbrown, 1271 Griff Hill Road, Clarendon, to two years probation, $1,475 in fines and costs 60 hours of community service, a drug and alcohol evaluation and treatment and healthy relationships counseling for two counts of possession of drug paraphernalia and one count of harassment.

Rodney Allen Gage, 9 Church Street Ludlow, Pa., to 72 hours to 18 months in the Warren County Jail, less one day, work release and early re-entry eligible, $2,225 in fines and costs, a 12 month drivers license suspension, one year probation, 15 hours of community service and restitution of $1,133.56. He was ordered to attend the Alcohol Highway Safety program and the Victim Impact Panel, and to stay away from Wal Mart on a count of DUI: highest rate of alcohol, first offense (BAC .16+) and theft by deception.

Jorge Roxchez Garay, 121 East Wayne Street, third floor apartment, Warren to an aggregate sentence of 7 months to two years less one day in the Warren County Jail with credit for time served and two years of probation. He is work release and early re-entry eligible. He was ordered to pay $2,575 in fines and costs for 6 merged counts of possession of drug paraphernalia, six merged counts of possession of a controlled substance a count of possession of a small amount of marijuana and a count of disorderly conduct.

John Thomas Jarjabka, 14 Glenwwod Street, Warren, to a 90 day parole review, two years probation to run consecutive with his current incarceration, $750 in fines and costs, restitution of $269.37, 30 hours of community service and attend an anger management class, for one count of simple assault.

Richard Timothy Madigan, 34 Anchor Street, Clarendon, to two years probation to run consecutively with a current sentence, $1,000 in fines and costs, $336.17 in restitution and 30 hours of community service for theft by unlawful taking or disposition.

Tracy Lynn Madigan, 1104 Pennsylvania Avenue East, Apartment A, Warren, to two years probation for violation of the Controlled Substance Drug Device and Cosmetic Act.

Jonathan Starr Mooney, 21 1/2 Elm Street, Warren, to 48 hours to six months in the Warren County Jail. He is work release and early re-entry eligible. He was ordered to pay $955 in fines and costs, 15 hours of community service, a driver’s license suspension of 12 months, to undergo mental health evaluation, attend the Alcohol Highway Safety program and the Victim Impact Panel, for a count of DUI: high rate of alcohol (BAC .1 .16), and one count of careless driving.

Joshua Edward Murray, 7 Jackson Street, Warren, to an aggregate sentence of 21 to seventy-two months in a SCI with credit for time served, eligible for the boot camp program, $3,625 in fines and costs, to have a DNA test, receive sexual offender counseling and register as a lifetime, Tier 3 Megan Law sexual offender, for one count of criminal attempt of statutory sexual assault and one count of obscene and other sexual materials.

Robert Michael Nelson, 11 Garden Lane, Warren, to 2 years probation, $750 in fines and costs, $269.37 in restitution, 50 hours of community service, receive anger management counseling and have no contact with the victim, for a count of simple assault.

Kelly Eugene Patz, 2 West Third Avenue, Warren, to 4 years probation, $1,375 in fines and costs, a sexual offfender’s evaluation, no contact with the victim, and no contact with anyone under the age of 18 without constant supervision, for a count of indecent exposure.

Robert Gene Phelps, 71 Korchak Lane, Warren, to five years to ten years in a SCI, $1,625 in fines and costs, receive sexual offenders counseling, have no contact with the victim, have a DNA test and register as a Tier 3 lifetime Megan’s Law sexual offender, for a count of involuntary deviate sexual intercourse.

Donald Dean Pierce, 45 Second Street, Youngsville, to 67 days to two years, less one day in the Warren County Jail with credit for time served, two years probation to run consecutively to a current sentence, $1,375 in fines and costs and receive a mental health evaluation. He is eligible for immediate parole, once a probation plan has been approved.

Brian Allen Scharrer, 414 East Main Street, Youngsville, to one year probation, $1,145 in fines and costs, and a two years driver’s license suspension, for habitual offenders, driving without a license.

Kenneth Ty Seyler, 4626 Route 6, Sheffield, to six months to two years, less one day with credit for time served, two years consecutive probation, receive sexual offenders evaluation and teatment, if required, for statutory sexual assault.

Nathan Edward Southwick, 100 Allegheny Drive, Warren, to 79 days to one year in the Warren County Jail with credit for time served, $675 in fines and costs and 25 hours of community service for a count of theft from a motor vehicle. He is eligible for immediate parole if suitable housing is found, and a parole plan is improved.

Shelby J. Tyler, 1135 Cider Mill Hill Road, Russell, to one year probation, $575 fines and costs and 25 hours of community service for a count of theft by unlawful taking. He was ordered to not enter a fire department property until further notice.

Robert Michael Warner, 5387 Route 60, Sinclairville, New York, to nine months to two years, less one day in the Warren County Jail with credit for time served for counts of corruption of minors and selling or furnishing liquor to minors. He is eligible for work release and early re-entry. He was also sentenced to 3 years probation, $1,375 in fines and costs and to have no contact with the victim, or unsupervised contact with anyone under the age of 18. The victim testified during sentence court that the abuse had been ongoing, from the time she was five years old until she was 15.

Jarrett Matthew Woodward, 811 Jackson Run Road, Warren, to 30 days to six months in the Warren County Jail. He is work release and early re-entry eligible. He was ordered to pay $1,380 in fines and costs, receive a drug and alcohol evaluation and treatment, attend the Alcohol HighwaySafety program and the Victim Impact Panel, perform 30 hours of community service and have his driver’s license suspended for 12 months on a count of DUI: high rate of alcohol (BAC) .1 .16) and a count of careless driving.

Keith Marcell Yates, 6 Conewango Place, Warren, to Alternative Sentence Intermediate Punishment of five years, a six month restrictive portion including 30 days in the Warren County Jail, 90 days as an in-patient in a treatment facility, two months house arrest with electronic monitoring, and the balance to be probation. He was ordered to pay $1,975 in fines and costs, have his driver’s license suspended for 18 months, perform 30 hours of community service, attend three self-help meetings, enter a 12-step program and receive a drug and alcohol evaluation, for a count of DUI: controlled substance, impaired ability to drive safely, second offense and a count of careless driving. He is currently incarcerated for a protection from abuse violation, and was ordered to have no contact with the victim. He is eligible for parole on that charge.