Sentences handed down in Warren County Court

Judge Gregory Hammond sentenced 11 defendants and issued a bench warrant for another during sentence court on Friday.

Sentenced were:

Kevin M. Blakeslee, Youngsville, to eight days to one year in the Warren County Jail with credit for time served, three years probation, ordered to have no contact with his victim, 80 hours of community service, to have no social media accounts for four charges of harassment. Blakeslee is eligible for immediate parole. A charge of stalking and 103 charges of harassment were not prosecuted.

Renae Lynn English, Warren, to 30 days to 36 months in the Warren County Jail with credit for time served, $1,445 in fines and fees, attend the alcohol highway safety school and victim impact panel programs, a 12-month driver’s license suspension, 30 hours of community service and comply with all the recommendations of Family Services for charges of DUI: highest rate of alcohol and period for requiring lighted lamps. A charge of DUI: general impairment incapable of safe driving and driving on right side of roadway were not prosecuted. English is early re-entry and work release eligible.

Jason Randall Geiger, Spring Creek, to 18 to 90 days in the Warren County Jail with credit for time served, $550 in fines and fees, ordered to have no contact with his victim and attend anger management classes for a charge of harassment. A charge of terroristic threats and simple assault were not prosecuted. Geiger is eligible for immediate parole.

Jason Edward Haight, Warren, to a state correctional institution for 16 to 60 months, $1,725 in fines and fees, to undergo a drug and alcohol evaluation, and six-month license suspension for a charge of possession with intent to deliver. Eleven charges of criminal use of a communication facility and three charges of endangering the welfare of a child were not prosecuted. Haight is RRRI and bootcamp eligible.

Jessica L. Hesch, Warren, to four years probation, $1,600 in fines and fees, a six-month driver’s license suspension, and comply with all treatment recommendations for a charge of violation controlled substance, drug device/cosmetic. Charges of forgery, violation of controlled substance, drug device/cosmetic, and two charges of procure any drug for self or other by fraud were not prosecuted.

Roger W. Lampman, Warren County Jail, to a state correctional institution for 12 to 36-months with credit for time served, $679.84 in restitution, $1,500 in fines and fees, and was ordered to have no contact with the victim for a charge of receiving stolen property. Charges of theft by deception, theft by unlawful taking or disposition or theft by receiving stolen property were not prosecuted.

Nikkia Rowland Lindstrom, Warren County Jail, to 30 days to two years in the Warren County Jail, $550 in fines and fees, 25 hours of community service and was ordered not to enter Walmart for a charge of theft by deception. Lindstrom is early re-entry and work release eligible.

Raymond Leroy Shaffer Jr., Warren County Jail, to six month to two years in the Warren County Jail with credit for time served, $1,550 in fines and fees, $55.95 in restitution, ordered to have no contact with the victim, one year of probation and complete sexual offender counseling for charges of indecent assault and theft by unlawful taking. Shaffer is early re-entry and work release eligible.

John Michael Sheey, Warren, to a state correction institution for 36 to 72 months with credit for time served, $4,750 in fines and fees for charges of persons not to possess, use firearms and theft by unlawful taking or disposition. Sheey is bootcamp eligible.

Thomas James Vanhouten, Pittsfield, to two years of probation, $875 in fines and fees, ordered to have no contact with his victim, have no social media accounts, complete an evaluation to determine if sexual offender treatment is needed, and 30 hours of community service for a charge of indecent exposure. A charge of harassment was not prosecuted.

Dakota James Wilson, Warren, to one year probation, $410 in restitution, $550 in fines and fees, to undergo a drug and alcohol evaluation, have no contact with his victim, and complete 20 hours of community service for a charge of theft by receiving stolen property. A charge of receiving stolen property was not prosecuted.

A bench warrant was issued for the following:

Jimi Jo Sobczak, Jamestown, N.Y., for a charge of corruption of minors.