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Judge Ammerman presides at revocation court session
Monday, August 27, 2012
Clearfield County President Judge Fredric J. Ammerman presided over a session of revocation court Aug. 13.
• Gary A. Fye, 56, Clearfield County Jail, was continued on probation upon the condition he sign his probation conditions and provide an approved residence. He is charged with violation of probation for failing to provide a residence and sign his conditions upon the completion of his five- to 10-year state correctional institution sentence on a charge of endangering the welfare of children. He will now begin to serve his 10-year consecutive probation on charges of endangering the welfare of children and corruption of minors.
• Daniel J. Harpster, 32, CCJ, had his probation revoked. On a charge of theft by unlawful taking and criminal attempt/criminal trespass, he was resentenced to serve 30 days to three years in the Western Diagnostic Classification Center, Pittsburgh. Harpster violated his probation by failing to comply with all laws and report to his probation officer. He was arrested in Blair County on a charge of theft by unlawful taking.
• Cory Hackett, 21, CCJ, had his probation revoked. On a charge of fleeing or attempting to elude police, he was resentenced to serve two years' probation. Hackett violated his probation by failing to report to his probation officer and maintain his monthly payment.
• Bobbi L. Kephart, 25, CCJ, had her probation revoked. On a charge of unsworn falsification, she was resentenced to serve six months to two years in the SCI for Women at Muncy. She violated her probation by failing to report to her probation officer and refrain from the use of controlled substances, specifically marijuana.
• Randy Gillen, 25, CCJ, 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 refrain from the use of alcohol, refrain from overt behavior and comply with all laws. He was arrested on a charge of criminal mischief. He was on parole on a charge of defiant trespass and simple assault.
• Richard Hoover, 52, CCJ, had his probation revoked. On a charge of terroristic threats, he was resentenced to serve four months to five years in the Western Diagnostic Classifica-tion Center. On charges of simple assault and disorderly conduct, he was placed on one-year concurrent probation. Hoover violated his probation by failing to refrain from the use of controlled substances, specifically suboxone, and refrain from the use of alcohol.
• Scott L. Martin, 49, Clearfield, was ordered to serve 60 days in the Western Diagnostic Classification Center for a psychological evaluation. He is charged with violation of probation for failing to refrain from the use of a controlled substance, specifically Percocet. He is on probation on a charge of bad checks.
• Gary Cartwright, 34, CCJ, had his parole revoked and street time taken. He is to serve 30 days before being considered for reparole. Cartwright violated his parole by failing to refrain from the use of alcohol. He was on parole on a charge of robbery, terroristic threats and theft.
• Mitchell P. Pisarchik, 22, CCJ, had his probation revoked. On a charge of robbery, he was resentenced to serve 12 months to five years in the Western Diagnostic Classification Center. Pisarchik violated his probation by failing to report to his probation officer and refrain from the use of controlled substances, specifically marijuana.
• Thomas R. Ellinger, 22, CCJ, had his probation revoked. He was resentenced to serve two years' probation on a charge of criminal mischief. He had been incarcerated since July 5. Ellinger violated his probation by failing to report to his probation officer and refrain from the use of controlled substances, specifically marijuana.
• Derek Bowser, 23, CCJ, had his probation revoked. On a charge of simple assault, he was resentenced to serve six months to two years in the Western Diagnostic Classification Center. Bowser violated his probation by failing to comply with all laws, report to his probation officer and have no contact with his victim. He was arrested by DuBois police for aggravated assault, simple assault, terroristic threats, unlawful restraint and disorderly conduct.
• Brandon P. Coder, 23, CCJ, had his parole revoked and street time taken. He is to serve 120 days before being considered for reparole. Coder was on parole on a charge of simple assault. On a charge of possession of drug paraphernalia, he was placed on one-year consecutive probation. Coder violated his probation/parole by failing to report to his probation officer and refrain from the use of controlled substances, specifically marijuana.
• Jason Young, 30, CCJ, had his parole revoked and street time taken. He is to serve 45 days before being considered for reparole. Young violated his parole by failing to refrain from the use of controlled substances, specifically ritalin. He was on parole on a charge of delivery of a controlled substance, specifically heroin.
• Hugh Rowles, 24, CCJ, was ordered detained pending disposition of new charges. He was arrested by Lawrence Township police for aggravated assault, simple assault and related charges. Rowles was on parole on a charge of possession of drug paraphernalia.
• Darrin Thompson, 24, CCJ, 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 refrain from the use of alcohol. He was arrested for DUI.
Thompson was on parole on a charge of recklessly endangering another person.
• Brian Leavy, 31, Clearfield, was continued on probation. He was before the court for violation of probation by failing to comply with all laws. He was arrested in Clinton County for criminal attempt/trespass, disorderly conduct and criminal mischief. He had been incarcerated since June 18. He is on probation on a charge of DUI.
• Carl Dalmaine Perrin, 50, CCJ, had his parole revoked and street time taken. He is to serve 45 days before being considered for reparole. Perrin violated his parole by failing to report to his probation officer and complete drug treatment. He was on parole on a charge of DUI.
• Matthew Clyde, 29, 44 Curry Run Road, Mahaffey, had his probation revoked. On a charge of theft by unlawful taking, he was resentenced to serve two days to one year in CCJ in addition to two years' consecutive probation. Effective with the month of September, he is to maintain a $100 monthly payment. He violated his probation by failing to comply with all laws, report to his probation officer and maintain his monthly payment. He was arrested on traffic citations in Blair County.
• Nathan McFarland, 27, 45 Capricorn Drive, Clearfield, had his parole revoked and street time taken. He is to serve 90 days before being considered for reparole. He was on parole on a charge of corruption of minors. On a charge of DUI, he was placed on three years' consecutive probation. McFarland violated his probation/parole by failing to refrain from the use of alcohol and entering an establishment that provides alcohol.
• Ashley Bowman, 20, 1131 Cooper Ave., Grassflat, had her probation revoked. On a charge of retail theft, she was resentenced to serve three years' probation. Bowman violated her probation by failing to comply with all laws and refrain from the use of controlled substances, specifically marijuana.
• Thomas L. Coccimiglio, 48, 149 Eastern Ave., DuBois, had his probation revoked. On a charge of DUI and recklessly endangering another person, he was resentenced to serve three years' probation. Effective with the month August, he is to maintain a $75 monthly payment. He was before the court for failing to maintain his monthly payment.
The following were before the court for failing to maintain their monthly payments:
• Joseph S. Winebold, 43, 764 Curwensville-Grampian High-way, Grampian, was ordered to maintain a $70 monthly payment effective with the month of October. He is to pay his arrearages within 60 days.
• David J. Allen, 26, 5498 Chestnut Grove Highway, Grampian, was ordered to pay $50 a month effective with the month of August.
• Fredrick W. Laird, 44, 312 Sandy St., DuBois, was ordered to pay $150 a month effective with the month of August.
• Shawn E. Wilkinson, 45, 713 Empire Road, Hawk Run, was ordered to pay $40 a month effective with the month of August.
• Torin R. Verbeck, 25, 515 Laura St., Philipsburg, was ordered to immediately pay $100, pay $145 in September and effective with the month of October, $35 a month.
• Oliver H. Snyder IV, 29, Reynoldsville, received a 60-day suspended sentence. Effective with the month of his release is to pay $55 a month.
• Brian G. Uber, 37, 6653 Huntley Road, West Springfield, received a 90-day suspended sentence. He is to pay all money due within 30 days.
• Scott E. Schmoke, 34, 1122 Willow Drive, Clearfield, received a 90-day suspended sentence. Effective with the month of September, he is to maintain a $50 monthly payment.
• James A. Cavalline, 48, 323 W. Center St., Johnsonburg, received a six-month suspended sentence. He is to pay all money due within 90 days.
• Brian M. McLaughlin, 27, 702 Don St., Apt. 1, Houtzdale, was ordered to maintain a $50 monthly payment effective with the month of August.
• Eric R. Clark, 33, 116 S. Brady St., DuBois, received a 60-day suspended sentence. Effective with the month of September, he is to maintain a $50 monthly payment.
• Ronnie G. Keith, 57, 996 Glendale Valley Blvd., Fallen-timber, received a 90-day suspended sentence. Effective with the month of August, he is to maintain a $45 monthly payment.
The following cases were continued:
• Karen Vicklund, 42, CCJ, charged with violation of probation for failing to comply with all laws, complete the retail theft program and maintain her monthly payment.
• Joshua E. Blaylock, 23, 34 Paradise Road, Clearfield, charged with violation of the accelerated rehabilitative disposition program for failing to complete his community service.
• Billie Joann Johns, 41, 63 Blair St., Beccaria, charged with violation of probation for failing to refrain from the use of controlled substances and maintain her monthly payment.
• Julie Anderson, 42, 13A Oliver Court, Pittsburgh, charged with violation of parole for failing to comply with all laws.
• Rachel L. Jordan, 27, 1902 E. Tyler, Harlirjen, Texas, charged with contempt of court for failing to maintain her monthly payment.
• Robbie M. Monoskey, 36, 159 Elderberry Road, Osceola Mills, charged with contempt of court for failing to report to his probation officer.
Bench warrants were issued for the following people for failing to appear for court.
These people were charged with violation of probation/parole for failing to report to their probation officers:
• Samuel Kovach, 24, 411 E. Walnut St., Clearfield.
• Michael Schake, 21, 1659 Zion Road, Bellefonte.
These people were charged with contempt of court for failing to maintain their monthly payments:
• Kiley E. Shawley, 21, 2276 Woodley Square West, Montgomery, Ala.
• Ernesto Fontanez, 33, 3950 D. St., Philadelphia.
• Shane Litzinger, 41, 2263 Irvona Road, Irvona.
• Jennifer Ann Deeb, 36, 428 E. Park Ave., DuBois.
• Erin L. Williams, 37, 309 Coal St., Osceola Mills.
• Robert J. Hurlburt, 33, 11 Kerryview Trailor Park, Columbia Crossroads.
• Juan Villarreal, 53, 319 E. Market St., Clearfield.
• John L. Wissinger, 45, 14530 Route 28, Brockway.
• Rebecca C. Knepp, 31, 336 E. 23rd St., Erie.
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