Sentences handed down in Warren County Court

In sentence court Friday morning, Judge Maureen Skerda handed down sentences to 20 defendants, and issued a bench warrant for Kymberli Ann Bogardus for failure to appear.

Addell Aikins, 143 Butternut Court, Warren was sentenced to five years intermediate punishment, consisting of 30 days in jail, 60 days in house-arrest and 57 months of general supervision probation; $2,325 in fines and fees, 18 months of driver’s license suspension and 30 hours of community service for DUI: highest rate of alcohol (BAC .16+), second offense, and to attend the Victim Impact Panel and Alcohol Highway Safety School.

District Attorney Rob Greene asked the court to amend the blood alcohol from .24 to .18. Skerda agreed, noting that it was still in the highest range.

Aikins was also ordered to pay $70 for a charge of driving on roadways laned for traffic.

Jason Jay Anthony, 85 Gorton Road, Youngsville was sentenced to 24 months to seven years, fines and fees totaling$1,650 with credit for time served for a felony charge of failure to comply with registration of sexual offenders.

Seth Ryan Beckwith, 10978 Route 6, Clarendon to three years probation, $1,100 in fines and fees, 100 hours of community service, to undergo a drug and alcohol evaluation and comply with its findings and to have no contact with the victim for a charge of corruption of minors. He was also ordered to pay $70 for a restraint systems violation.

John Gordon Eck, Jr., 302 West Main Street, Sheffield, to pay a $150 fine for harassment. He was also ordered to take Healthy Relationship counseling, and couples counseling, if required.

Steven Michael Gaddy, 327 Nuhfer Lane, Warren to a $300 fine and anger management class for a charge of harassment.

Jeffrey Joseph Grove, 713 Rasberry Street, Erie was sentenced to intermediate punishment consisting of 30 days of incarceration followed by six months of probation, $1,625 in fines and fees, a 12 month driver’s license suspension, to undergo a drug and alcohol evaluation and to follow its recommendations, and to attend and pay for the Victim Impact Panel and Alcohol Highway Safety School on a charge of DUI: highest rate of alcohol (BAC .16+). He was also ordered to pay a $70 fine for a violation of restriction of alcoholic beverages. His BAC was amended from the whole blood to serum, but remained in the highest rate.

Joshua Aaron Howard 18 Race Street, Sugar Grove to 218 days to two years, less one day in jail with credit for time served, three years probation, $1,500 in fines and fees, 100 hours of community service, to undergo a drug and alcohol evaluation, to have no contact with the victim, to submit a DNA sample to the state police repository and pay $3,018.14 in restitution for a felony count of criminal trespass.

Jessie Star Jones, McKean County Jail, Smethport, to eight months to 16 months in a state correctional institution, $2,050, with eligibility for boot camp and recidivism risk reduction incentive (RRRI), to submit a DNA sample and not to trespass at Wal Mart. She was also ordered to pay $4,706.40 in restitution for a count of felony retail theft. A second similar charged earned her a consecutive sentence of eight to 16 months, for an aggregate of 16 to 32 months.

Justin M. Jones, McKean County Jail, Smethport, was sentenced to six months to three years in a state correctional institution, also eligible for boot camp and RRRI, $1,650 in fines and fees, to submit a DNA sample and pay $3,154.56 in restitution. He was given credit for time served, and his sentence is to run consecutively to a current sentence.

David James Kleehamer, 110 Elm Street, Apartment A, Warren to five-year intermediate punishment consisting of three months in jail, 30 days house arrest with a SCRAM monitor to check for alcohol and 56 months of probation for a charge of DUI: highest rate (BAC .16+), second offense. He was ordered to pay $2,325 in fines and fees, to attend and pay for Victim Impact Panel and Alcohol Highway Safety School, to undergo a drug and alcohol evaluation and comply with its recommendations, to attend four Alcoholics Anonymous meetings per week after release, have his driver’s license suspended for 18 months and perform 15 hours of community service. On a charge of possession of drug paraphernalia, he was given an additional one year of probation. His BAC was modified from a serum test to a whole blood test, but it was still in the highest range. He is eligible for early release and work release.

Rob Alan McFetridge, 16243 Holbrook Road, Pleasantville, Pa., was sentenced to intermediate punishment of 48 hours in jail and six months probation, fines and fees totaling $925, to attend and pay for the Victim Impact Panel and Alcohol Highway Safety School, to undergo a drug and alcohol evaluation and follow its recommendations and to perform 15 hours of community service and to have his driver’s license suspended for 12 months. His blood alcohol rate was amended from the highest rate to .12. He was also ordered to pay $70 in fines and fees for careless driving.

Douglas Ray Moore, Jr., Erie County Prison, Erie to 30 days to one year in jail, one year probation, $1,525 in fines and fees, 40 hours of community service and to have no contact with the victim on a charge of theft by unlawful taking. A second identical count drew an identical consecutive sentence and costs, except without any additional community service.

James R. Noonan, 40 Locust Street, Coalport, Pa. to one year probation, $350 in fines and fees and to undergo a drug and alcohol evaluation for possession of drug paraphernalia.

Joshawa Michael Rodgers, 112 Beaty Street Warren to 71 days to two years less one day with credit for time served, $600 in fines and fees, 50 hours of community service, no contact with the victim and to undergo a drug and alcohol evaluation and to comply with its recommendations on a charge of simple assault. He was also sentenced to one year of probation and an additional $500 fine on a charge of harassment. He is eligible for immediate release once a parole plan is in place.

Alexander Lee Rosenburgh, 1486 Fiddlers Green Road, Grand Valley to 12 months to three years in a state correctional institution consecutive to his current sentence, $1,875 in fines and fees and $150 in restitution for a felony charge of escape. He was also sentenced to two years of state probation, an addition $500 in fines and fees, and additional restitution of $751.88 on a felony charge of theft by receiving stolen property. He is eligible for boot camp and RRRI.

Jason Allen Seybert, 121 Jackson Run to one year of probation, $925 in fines and fees and 75 hours of community service for a charge of theft by unlawful taking.

Raymond Dale Snyder, Warren County Jail to nine months to 42 months in a state correctional institution, $1,250 in fines and fees, to pay restitution of $13,250, no contact with the victim, to provide a DNA sample and to comply with the recommendations of a drug and alcohol evaluation on a charge of theft by unlawful taking. He is eligible for boot camp and RRRI. Snyder admitted to Skerda that he had been using using bath salts.

Raymond Earl Taft, 2 South Irvine Street to 36 months to 10 years in a state correctional institution with credit for time served, $1,875 in fines and fees and to submit a DNA sample on a charge of failure to comply with registration of sexual offenders.

Dylan Cole Winewriter, 204 North Parker Street to one year of probation, $1,375 in fines and fees and to undergo a drug and alcohol evaluation, have his driver’s license suspended for six months and perform 100 hours of community service for a charge of possession of a controlled substance. He was sentenced to an additional year of probation and an additional 50 hours of community service for a charge of possession of drug paraphernalia. He is eligible for immediate release when a parole plan is in place.

In addition to fines and fees, all defendants were ordered to pay the costs of prosecution.