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Ammerman presides at revocation court
Monday, March 19, 2012
Clearfield County President Judge Fredric J. Ammerman presided over a session of revocation court March 12.
• Ethan Morris, 20, Clearfield County Jail, had his parole revoked and street time taken. He is to serve 28 days before being considered for reparole. Morris violated his parole by failing to refrain from the use of a controlled substance, specifically marijuana and percocet. He was on parole on a charge of disorderly conduct.
• Amber Snyder, 28, CCJ, had her probation revoked. On a charge of theft of leased property, she was resentenced to serve 30 days to one year in CCJ in addition to two years' consecutive probation. She violated her probation by failing to comply with all laws and report to her probation officer. She was arrested in Clarion for retail theft.
• Cherish Wright, 23, CCJ, was before the court for the purpose of resentencing upon motion of the commonwealth due to Commonwealth vs. Basinger. On a charge of escape, she received a $1 fine, was ordered to serve four months to three years in the State Correctional Institution for Women at Muncy. She is to refrain from the use and possession of alcohol and controlled substances, not enter bars or places that serve alcohol, attend counseling as recommended by her probation officer and submit to DNA testing at a cost of $250. On a charge of flight to avoid apprehension, she received a $1 fine and was placed on two years' concurrent probation.
• Michelle Bailor, 42, CCJ, had her probation revoked. On a charge of fleeing or attempting to elude police, she was resentenced to serve 30 days to one year in CCJ in addition to one-year consecutive probation. Bailor violated her probation by failing to comply with all laws. She was arrested by Clearfield Borough Police for disorderly conduct and possession of drug paraphernalia.
• Jason Young, 29, CCJ, had his probation revoked. On a charge of delivery of a controlled substance, specifically heroin, he was resentenced to serve 34 days to one year in CCJ in addition to two years' consecutive probation. He violated his probation by failing to report to his probation officer, maintain his monthly payment and refrain from the use of a controlled substance, specifically adderal. Effective with the month of April, he is to maintain a $30 monthly payment.
• Joshua M. Mackey, 26, CCJ, had his probation revoked. On a charge of harassment, he was resentenced to serve 22 days to one year in CCJ. Mackey violated his probation by failing to comply with all laws and refrain from the use of alcohol and controlled substances, specifically marijuana.
• Matthew Smith, 27, CCJ, had his parole revoked and street time taken. He is to serve 75 days before being considered for reparole. Smith violated his parole by failing to report to his probation officer. He was on parole on a charge of possession of a controlled substance.
• Justin B. Troutman, 26, CCJ, had his probation revoked. On a charge of fleeing or attempting to elude police, he was resentenced to serve 45 days to one year in CCJ in addition to one-year consecutive probation. Troutman violated his probation by failing to comply with all laws and refrain from the use of alcohol. He was arrested for driving under the influence by DuBois City police.
• Merrill Lonjin, 51, CCJ, was ordered detained pending disposition of new charges. He is on parole on a charge of DUI and was arrested by Clearfield Borough police for DUI.
• Kayla Rauch, 24, CCJ, was ordered detained pending disposition of new charges. She is on parole on a charge of possession of drug paraphernalia. She was arrested by the Clearfield County Sheriff's Office for flight to avoid apprehension and resisting arrest.
• Justin W. Moore, 21, 80 High St., Clearfield, had his parole revoked and street time taken. He is to serve 60 days before being considered for reparole. He violated his parole by failing to refrain from the use of a controlled substance, specifically morphine and hydrocodone, and by obtaining a prescription for a narcotic without first getting permission from his parole officer. He was on parole on a charge of possession with intent to deliver.
• Shawn Anderson, 32, 2114 McCartney Road, Madera, had his parole revoked and street time taken. He is to serve 30 days before being considered for reparole. He violated his parole by failing to comply with all laws and failing to refrain from the use of alcohol. He was arrested by the Pennsylvania State Police for harassment. He was on parole on a charge of DUI, and fleeing or attempting to elude police.
• Jeffery A. Smallwood, 22, 802 W. Locust St., Clearfield, had his probation revoked. On a charge of simple assault, he was resentenced to serve three days to 12 months in CCJ. Smallwood violated his probation by failing to report to his probation officer and comply with all laws. He was arrested in Butler County for simple assault.
• Leonard S. Zmitravich, 35, 21 N. Main St., Apt. D, DuBois, was continued on probation. He was before the court for failing to maintain his monthly payment. Effective with the month of April, he is to maintain a $50 monthly payment.
The following people were before the court for failing to maintain their monthly payment:
• Trevor Joel Bloom, 29, 2048 Wallaceton-Bigler Highway, West Decatur, was ordered to maintain a $50 monthly payment effective with the month of April.
• Michael T. Buchmiller, 22, Punxsutawney, was ordered to immediately pay $40 and effective with the month of April, pay $75 a month.
• Joshua E. Burnside, 25, 14 N. Church St., DuBois, was ordered to immediately pay $50 and effective with the month of April, pay $100 a month.
• Shawn L. Burnside, 27, 565 Mount Pleasant Road, Penfield, was ordered to immediately pay $50 and effective with the month of April, pay $50 a month.
• John T. Caldwell, 51, 1215 Woodland Road, Apt. A, Clearfield, was ordered to pay $35 a month effective with the month of April.
• Melissa Ann Caldwell, 39, 1181 Pleasant Valley Road, Woodland, was ordered to pay $150 a month effective with the month of April.
• Adam M. Daubs, 30, 1009 Park St. Ext., Apt. 4, Clearfield, was ordered to pay $50 a month effective with the month of April.
• Richard E. Dotts, 30, 112 Clark Road, Olanta, was ordered to immediately pay $50 and for the months of April, May and June, $35 a month, and effective with the month of July, pay $75 a month.
• David H. Duckett, 23, CCJ, had his case continued due to his incarceration.
• Sonny J. Edwards, 24, 347 Weber Road, Clearfield, was ordered to pay $35 a month effective with the month of April.
• Barbara M. Falisec, 40, 101 Arcadia Road, Arcadia, was ordered to pay $35 a month effective with the month of April.
• Carol Ann Harris, 49, 111 East St., Curwensville, was ordered to immediately pay $400 and effective with the month of April, pay $35 a month.
• Jarrod F. Johns, 31, 1107 W. Hanna St., Houtzdale, was ordered to pay $150 a month effective with the month of March.
• Torre L. Stucke, 27, 91 Palmer St., Clearfield, was ordered to immediately pay $750 and pay $45 a month effective with the month of April. He received a 45-day suspended sentence.
• Keith M. Pinter, 31, 862 Tyrone Pike, Philipsburg, received a six-month jail sentence and effective with the second month after his release, he is to pay $100 a month.
• Antonie J. Devlin, 22, York, had his probation revoked due to his non-payment. On a charge of fleeing/attempting to elude, he was resentenced to serve three months to one year in CCJ. On a separate case of unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, he was resentenced to serve two years' consecutive probation. He is to immediately pay $400 and within 10 days of his release, pay $500. Effective with the month of March, he is to pay $35 a month.
• Nicholas J. Kephart, 31, 103 N. Fourth St., Clearfield, received a 45-day suspended sentence. Effective with the month of March, he is to maintain a $40 monthly payment.
• Jack R. Denochick, 49, 106 S. Second St., Clearfield, received a 29-day suspended sentence. Effective with the month of March, he is to pay $75 a month.
• Raymond J. Campbell, 38, 214 E. Locust St., Clearfield, was ordered to pay $10 a month effective with the month of March.
• Raymond R. Farias Jr., 34, Tyrone, is to immediately pay $90 and effective with the month of April, pay $35 a month.
The following people were scheduled for court and failed to appear. As a result, a bench warrant was issued. They were to be before the court for failing to maintain their monthly payments:
• William Merrell Bell II, 37, 29 Soldier Hill Road, Reynoldsville.
• Raymond R. Farias Jr., 34, 1053 Pennsylvania Ave., Apt. 402, Tyrone.
• Michael G. Beish, 34, 289 Baughman St., Wallaceton.
• Daniel J. Donnelly, 28, 3349 Indian Queen Lane, Philadelphia.
• Larry Hockenberry, 49, RD1 Box 243, Coalport.
• Brian G. Uber, 36, 327 W. 26th St., Erie.
• Nicholas Rumsey, 20, 566 Wrigley St., Clearfield, was charged with violation of probation for failing to report to his probation officer.
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