Sentences handed down in county court

One bench warrant was issued and a total of 20 sentences were handed down during sentence court proceedings on Friday morning before President Judge Maureen Skerda.

Christopher James Hairr, Warren, to 60 days to two years less one day in the Warren County Jail followed by one year probation on a count of corruption of minors. Hairr was ordered to pay $1,200 in fines and fees, have no contact with the victim, complete 40 hours of community service and be evaluated to determine need for sexual offenders treatment. Hairr is work release and early re-entry eligible.

Mark Huwalt, Bethel Park, Pa., to five years of intermediate punishment including 30 days in the Warren County Jail followed by 60 days of house arrest with electronic monitoring and then 57 months of probation, which can be transferred to a different county, on a count of DUI: Highest rate of alcohol (BAC +.16) second offense. Huwalt was ordered to pay $2,200 in fines and fees, complete the alcohol highway safety school and victim impact panel programs, surrender his driver’s license for an 18 month suspension, complete 30 hours of community service and participate in the multiple offender program. On two separate summary counts, one of notice of change of name/address and one driving on right side of roadway, Huwalt was fined $25 and ordered to pay a $45 surcharge.

Nathaniel Clinton Johnson, Jamestown, NY, to six months intermediate punishment, including 48 hours in the Warren County Jail with credit for one day time served and the duration on probation on a count of DUI: Highest rate of alcohol (BAC +.16) first offense. Johnson was ordered to pay $1,425 in fines and fees, $800.70 in restitution with what insurance will cover to be deducted, complete the alcohol highway safety school and victim impact panel programs, continue with outpatient counseling, have no contact with he victim, surrender his driver’s license for a 12 month suspension, complete 15 hours of community service and obtain a sponsor for recovery. He is work release eligible. On a count of careless driving, Johnson was fined $25 and ordered to pay a surcharge of $45. On a count of trespass by motor vehicle, Johnson was fined $500 and ordered to pay a $45 surcharge.

Samuel L. Johnson, Youngsville, to 72 hours to six months in the Warren County Jail on a count of DUI: Highest rate of alcohol (BAC +.16) first offense. He was ordered to pay $1,750 in fines and fees complete the alcohol highway safety school and victim impact panel programs, ordered to undergo a drug and alcohol evaluation, surrender his driver’s license for a 12 month suspension and complete 15 hours of community service. On a count of careless driving, he was fined $25 and ordered to pay a $45 surcharge.

Robert Sky Leonard, Kane, to 30 days to six months in the Warren County Jail on a count if DUI: Controlled substance Metabolite, Schedule I, II, III first offense. Leonard was ordered to pay a $1,425 in fines and fees, complete the alcohol highway safety school and victim impact panel programs, surrender his driver’s license for a 12 month suspension and complete 15 hours of community service. Leonard is work release and early re-entry eligible. Skerda ordered that his incarceration can be transferred to Elk County if accomplished at no cost to Warren County. Leonard was also ordered to continue his outpatient regimen and obtain a sponsor. On a count of careless driving, he was fined $25 and ordered to pay a $45 surcharge.

Justin Stephen Ludwig, Warren, to one year probation on a count of criminal attempt (theft by unlawful taking). Ludwig was ordered to pay $1,525 in fines and fees, complete 40 hours community service and continue with his drug and alcohol treatment recommendation.

Christopher John McMillen, Warren, to 48 hours to six months in the Warren County Jail on a count of DUI: General impairment incapable of safe driving with accident first offense. He was ordered to pay $925 in fines and fees, complete the alcohol highway safety school and victim impact panel programs, surrender his driver’s license for a 12 month suspension and complete 15 hours of community service. On a count of false reports to law enforcement agencies, McMillen was sentenced two two consecutive years of probation, fined $300 and ordered to complete an additional 50 hours of community service. On a count of driving while under suspension, he was fined $200, ordered to pay a $45 surcharge and his driver’s license was suspended for an additional 12 months. On a count of restraint systems, he was fined $10 and ordered to pay a $45 surcharge.

Adam J. Mintzer, Warren, to two years probation, a $500 fine and 40 hours of community service on a count of unsworn falsification to authorities. Skerda encouraged him to obtain his GED, if possible.

Heather Michelle Pierce to a $300 fine and $125 surcharge on a count of simple assault.

Kenneth Ores Peters, Sugar Grove, to five days to six months in the Warren County Jail on two counts of DUI that merged for sentencing. Given credit for time served of five days, he was eligible for immediate parole. Peters was ordered to pay $900 in fines and fees, complete the alcohol highway safety school and victim impact panel programs, undergo a drug and alcohol evaluation, surrender his driver’s license for a 12 month suspension, to complete 30 hours of community service and obtain a sponsor for his recovery. On a count of accident of attended vehicle, he was sentenced to one year probation, to pay $395 in fines and fees and have his license suspended for an additional six months. On four separate counts, driving on roadways laned for traffic, driving at safe speed, careless driving and immediate notice of accident, Peters was fined $25 and ordered to pay a $45 surcharge.

David L. Rhoades, Irvine, to intermediate punishment of 30 days in the Warren County Jail, reduced to 9 days when given credit for 21 days in rehab, 60 days house arrest and 57 months of probation on a count of DUI: General impairment, incapable of safe driving, refusal second offense. He was ordered to pay $2,000 in fines and fees, complete the alcohol highway safety school and victim impact panel programs, and ordered to surrender his driver’s license for a suspension of 18 months. On two summary offenses, driving on right side of roadway and careless driving, Rhoades was ordered to pay a $25 fine and a $45 surcharge.

Brandon L. Shirley, Youngsville, to three months to one year in the Warren County Jail, $650 in fines and fees, ordered to have no contact with the victim, complete 40 hours of community service on a count of disorderly conduct. The sentence will be served consecutive to a previous sentence and he will be moved to a state correctional institution.

Corey Michael Shirley, Warren, to 30 days to two years less one day in the Warren County Jail, with credit for one day time served, on a count of simple assault. Shirley was ordered to pay $700 in fines and fees, $202.54 in restitution, and was also ordered to undergo an anger management evaluation and drug and alcohol evaluation. He was ordered to complete 70 hours of community service and is work release and early re-entry eligible. On a count of harassment, Shirley was fined $300.

Andrew Scott Sivi, Warren, to 60 days to two years less one day in the Warren County Jail on a count of retail theft. Sivi was ordered to pay $1,125 in fines and fees, $1,834 in restitution and ordered to not trespass or contact Walmart stores. He is work release and early reentry eligible.

Cierra Michele Stiteler, Warren, to nine to 18 months in the Warren County Jail, with credit for 120 days time served, and one year probation on a count of endangering welfare of a child. Stiteler was ordered to undergo an drug and alcohol evaluation, complete 80 hours of community service obtain a sponsor and a 12-step program and procure employment. Skerda said the court would consider early release if an inpatient setting is recommended. On a count of hindering apprehension or prosecution, Stiteler was sentenced two an additional two years of probation to be served consecutively, an additional 80 hours of community service and $775 in fines and fees. She is work release and early re-entry eligible.

Donald Lee Sturdevant, Warren, to five years of intermediate punishment with the first 30 days to be served in the Warren County Jail followed by 60 days of house arrest and 57 months of probation on a count of DUI: General impairment incapable of safe driving, refusal second offense. Sturdevant was ordered to pay $2,125 in fines and fees, complete the victim impact panel program, surrender his driver’s license for an 18 month suspension and complete 30 hours of community service. He is early re-entry eligible. Skerda ordered him to continue with his drug and alcohol therapy.

Trevor John Watson, Warren, to 48 hours to six months in the Warren County Jail to be served consecutive to another sentence, $1,050 in fines and fees, complete the alcohol highway safety school and victim impact panel programs, undergo a drug and alcohol evaluation, surrender his license for a 12 month suspension and complete 15 hours of community service on a count of DUI: General impairment incapable of safe driving with accident first offense. He is work release and early reentry eligible. On a count of careless driving, Watson was ordered to pay a $25 fine and $45 surcharge.

Joseph Aaron Windham, Warren, to 270 days to 18 months in the Warren County Jail, with credit for 255 days served, on a count of corruption of minors. Windham was sentenced to two years probation, $1,275 in fines and fees, to have no contact with the victim or their family and to complete 40 hours of community service specifically not to occur with children. Skerda told him he needed to develop a parole plan and also ordered him to undergo a mental heath evaluation and sexual offender evaluation to determine if treatment is recommended. Windham is work release and early reentry eligible.

A bench warrant was issued for Erica I. Caldwell, Sheffield for failure to appear for sentencing. Caldwell was slated to be sentenced on a misdemeanor count of receiving stolen property.