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Ammerman presides at revocation court
Monday, January 16, 2012
Clearfield County President Judge Fredric J. Ammerman presided over a session of revocation court Jan. 9.
• Bryan J. Gearhart, 28, Clearfield County Jail, had his probation revoked. On a charge of criminal mischief, he was resentenced to serve two years' probation. Effective with the months of January, February and March, he is to maintain his monthly payment in the amount of $35 and effective with the month of April, pay $100 a month. Gearhart was before the court for failing to maintain his monthly payment.
• Kenneth D. Smith, 39, CCJ, had his probation revoked. On a charge of theft by unlawful taking, he was resentenced to serve eight months to three years in the Western Diagnostic Classification Center, Pittsburgh. Smith violated his probation by failing to refrain from the use of a controlled substance, specifically marijuana, and refrain from the use of alcohol.
• David Lingenfelter, 22, CCJ, had his parole revoked and street time taken. He is to serve 30 days before being considered for reparole. Lingenfelter violated his parole by failing to comply with all laws. He was arrested by Sandy Township police for retail theft. Lingenfelter was on parole on a charge of retaliation against a witness/victim.
• Harry G. Brown, 49, CCJ, had his supervised bail revoked. He violated his bail by using a mind-altering substance without a valid prescription, through the commission of overt behavior and through the use of alcohol. Brown is charged with burglary.
• Richard W. Smeal, 47, CCJ, had his supervised bail revoked. He violated his bail through the use of alcohol. Smeal is charged with criminal conspiracy/delivery of a controlled substance, corrupt organizations and criminal use of a communication facility.
• Kirk Graham, 22, CCJ, had his parole revoked and street time taken. He is to serve 34 days before being considered for reparole. Graham violated his parole by failing to refrain from the use of a controlled substance, specifically marijuana. He was on parole on a charge of retail theft.
• Anthony Greenawalt Jr., 27, CCJ, had his probation revoked. On a charge of retail theft, he was resentenced to serve 29 days to one year in CCJ in addition to one year consecutive to probation. Effective with the month of January, he is to maintain his monthly payment in the amount of $40. Greenawalt violated his probation by failing to refrain from the use of a controlled substance, specifically cocaine and marijuana, and maintain his monthly payment.
• Samuel Kovach, 23, CCJ, had his probation revoked. On a charge of false report to law enforcement, he was resentenced to serve 48 days to one year in CCJ in addition to one-year consecutive probation. Kovach violated his probation by failing to report to his probation officer and maintain his monthly payment.
• John Morgan, 35, CCJ, was before the court for resentencing. On a charge of criminal conspiracy/robbery, he received a $200 fine and was placed on seven years' probation. He is to refrain from the use and possession of alcohol, have no contact with the victim, attend counseling as recommended by his probation officer, pay restitution and have no contact with the victim.
• Allen W. Robison III, 28, CCJ, had his parole revoked and street time taken. He is to serve 22 days before being considered for reparole. Robison violated his parole by failing to refrain from contact with the victim. He was on parole on a charge of terroristic threats.
• Julie P. Caldwell, 26, CCJ, had her parole revoked and street time taken. She is to serve 45 days before being considered for reparole. Caldwell violated her parole by failing to refrain from the use of a controlled substance without a valid prescription, specifically oxycodone. She was on parole on a charge of access device fraud.
• Amanda Reams, 22, CCJ, had her parole revoked and street time taken. She is to serve 15 days before being considered for reparole. Reams violated her parole by failing to refrain from the use of alcohol. She was on parole on a charge of driving under the influence.
• Adam Slabon, 33, CCJ, had his probation revoked. On a charge of DUI, he was resentenced to serve 15 days to one year in CCJ in addition to two years' consecutive probation. Slabon violated his probation by failing to refrain from the use of alcohol.
• Brittany Sposito, 21, CCJ, had her probation revoked. On a charge of DUI, she was resentenced to serve 45 days to one year in CCJ in addition to two years' consecutive probation. Sposito violated her probation by failing to refrain from the use of a controlled substance without a valid prescription, specifically cocaine and marijuana.
• Lori Ann Swatsworth, 44, 168 High St., Woodland, had her parole revoked and street time taken. She is to serve two months before being considered for reparole. Swatsworth violated her parole through the use of a controlled substance without a valid prescription, specifically opiate.
• Tina M. Marchiori, 46, 651 Wilson Road, Brockway, had her probation revoked. On a charge of forgery she was placed on one-year probation. Marchiori violated her probation by failing to comply with all laws and through the use of alcohol. She was arrested for DUI in Jefferson County.
• Danielle Aughenbaugh, 47, 88 First Ave., Glen Richey, had her probation revoked. On a charge of theft by unlawful taking, she was resentenced to serve two days to six months in CCJ in addition to one-year consecutive probation. Aughenbaugh violated her probation by failing to comply with all laws. She was arrested for theft of services in October by Sandy Township police.
• Kyle Neff, 20, 199 Pine Road, Hastings, had his parole revoked and street time taken. He is to serve 15 days before being considered for reparole. Neff violated his parole by failing to comply with all laws, refrain from the use of a controlled substances without a valid prescription, specifically benzoylecgonine, and refrain from overt behavior. He was arrested by Ebensburg police for DUI.
• Brandi Rowles, 25, 201 W. Pine St., Clearfield, had her parole revoked and street time taken. She is to serve 45 days before being considered for reparole. Rowles violated her parole by failing to refrain from the possession or use of a controlled substance, specifically Ativan.
• Joseph T. Wright Jr., 21, 5 S. Highland St., DuBois, had his probation revoked. On a charge of possession of drug paraphernalia, he was resentenced to serve 15 days to one year in CCJ. Wright violated his probation by failing to report to his probation officer and maintain his monthly payment.
The following people were before the court for failing to maintain their monthly payments:
• Kayla M. Huff, 22, 411½ W. DuBois Ave., DuBois. Effective with the month of February, she is to maintain a $35 monthly payment.
• David T. Witherow, 22, Clearfield. Effective with the month of February, he is to maintain a $75 monthly payment.
• Carlos E. Howard, 46, North Carolina, was found in contempt of court and received a 45-day jail sentence. Effective with the month of his release, he is to maintain a $35 monthly payment.
• Joseph R. Guy, 35, 1025 National Highway, LaValle, Md., was found in contempt of court and received a 45-day jail sentence. Effective with the month of his release, he is to maintain a $100 monthly payment.
• Matthew Harvey, 24, 410 E. Market St., Clearfield, was found in contempt of court and received a 30-day jail sentence. Effective with the month of his release, he is to maintain a $45 monthly payment.
The following people had their cases continued:
• Leland Maines, 68, CCJ, charged with violation of probation for failing to refrain from the possession of sexually explicit websites and videos.
• Derek Bowser, 22, CCJ, charged with violation of probation for failing to refrain from overt behavior and refrain from having contact with the victim.
• John Kimberling, 29, CCJ, charged with violation of probation for failing to comply with all laws and obtain and maintain employment.
• Amber Snyder, 28, CCJ, charged with violation of probation for failing to comply with all laws and report to her probation officer.
• David O. McCracken III, 43, 411 E. Locust St., Clearfield, before the court for the addition of special probation conditions.
Bench warrants were issued for the following people for failing to appear for court:
• Beecher G. LaForce, 20, 1079 Park Ave. Ext., Apt. 1C, Clearfield, charged with violation of parole for failing to report to his probation officer.
• Nicole Lonergan, 24, 3409 Bigler Ave., Northern Cambria, charged with violation of probation for failing to report as directed and maintain her monthly payment.
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