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Judge Cherry presides at motions court session
Monday, May 10, 2010
Clearfield County Judge Paul E. Cherry presided over a session of motions court April 27.
• Heather Peters, 27, Hanes Drives, DuBois, had a petition to lift bench warrant granted. Bail was set at $5,000 straight on each case. She is charged with four cases of various drug-related offenses. She failed to appear for court to have her supervised bail revoked in September 2006 and criminal call in April 2007.
• Raymond A. Mikelonis Sr., 53, DuBois, had a petition for finding of indigency case continued for two months to see if he is able to obtain employment. The commonwealth told the court that it opposed granting the motion, stating he is not unable to work but just cannot find work. He is in need of the indigency status so he may complete required sex offender counseling under Megan's Law. In November 2006, Mikelonis pleaded guilty to three counts of indecent assault and was ordered to serve seven months to four years in the state correctional institution along with five years' consecutive probation. He was also determined to be a sexually violent predator under Megan's Law. The court ordered him to provide his probation officer with applications each week from five different possible employers.
• Abas Gless, 31, Moshannon Valley Correctional Facility, waived a fugitive from justice hearing (extradition). The state of New Jersey has 10 days to pick him up from the prison.
• Edgar Ruiz Hernandez, Moshannon Valley Correctional Facility, had the commonwealth withdraw a fugitive from justice hearing (extradition) as the state of Kentucky does not want to prosecute him now.
• Allesia L. Aughenbaugh, 22, SCI, had a motion for reconsideration of sentence denied. She was requesting the court to lower the maximum sentence. In March, she was ordered to serve two to 20 years in the SCI on a charge of criminal conspiracy/robbery.
• Russell G. Flick, 66, SCI, had a motion for modification of sentence and motion to withdraw plea denied. Flick stated he did not have time to confer with his counsel prior to sentencing. In March, he was ordered to serve two to 10 years in the SCI on a charge of burglary consecutive to all charges being served.
• Kurtis Lee Bumbarder, 30, Frenchville, had an indirect criminal contempt hearing for violation of a protection from abuse order continued until next month. He was immediately incarcerated due to violation of the court order as he spoke to the victim in the courtroom.
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