Pleas entered in Warren County Court

One defendant entered a no contest plea and 10 others entered guilty pleas during Warren County Plea Court proceedings Thursday before Judge Maureen Skerda.

Entering pleas were:

Carolyn B. Dickson, 46, of Warren, no contest to retail theft.

Daniel R. Durlin, 24, of Warren, guilty to disorderly conduct. A charge of indecent assault was no prosecuted.

Katie N. Kibbey, 32, of Warren, guilty to DUI: highest rate of alcohol – second offense; and careless driving. A charge of DUI: general impairment with accident – second offense was not prosecuted.

Robert J. Kreitzbender, 29, of Youngsville, guilty to criminal conspiracy to sell or furnish alcohol to minors. Two counts of corruption of minors and two counts of criminal conspiracy to sell or furnish alcohol to minors were not prosecuted.

James M. Lentz, 50, of Sheffield, guilty to theft by unlawful taking; and violations of use of certificate of inspection. Charges of altered, forged or counterfeit documents and plates; and receiving stolen property were not prosecuted.

Robert J. Marshall, 21, of Warren, guilty to criminal conspiracy – theft by unlawful taking. A charge of theft by unlawful taking was not prosecuted.

Courtney K. Ruhlman, 31, of Warren, guilty to DUI: controlled substance (Metabolite) – first offense; and careless driving. Charges of DUI: general impairment – first offense; DUI: general impairment with accident – first offense; recklessly endangering another person; and possession of drug paraphernalia were not prosecuted.

Lindsey Seyfang, 26, of Warren, guilty to harassment. A charge of theft by unlawful taking was not prosecutes.

Kayla L. Swanson, 22, of Girard, guilty to two counts of possession of controlled substances. Charges of possession with intent to deliver; and four counts of criminal use of a communications facility were not prosecuted.

Matthew B. Vanarsdale, 26, of Clarendon, guilty to retail theft; criminal conspiracy – forgery; criminal conspiracy – theft by unlawful taking; and possession of drug paraphernalia. Charges of endangering welfare of child; criminal conspiracy – forgery; two counts of criminal conspiracy – identity theft; and criminal conspiracy – theft by unlawful taking were not prosecuted.

William A. Streit, 50, of Sheffield, guilty to two counts of failure to comply with registration of sexual offenders.