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Woman, man sentenced on drug charges
Monday, February 18, 2013
Clearfield County President Judge Fredric J. Ammerman presided over two sentencings last week. Both were charged with the delivery of controlled substances.
Kimm S. Wisor, 51, Clearfield, pleaded guilty to two counts each of delivery of a controlled substance, specifically cocaine, 2.3 grams, and 1.7 grams, criminal conspiracy/delivery of a controlled substance and criminal use of a communication facility. Due to the amount of cocaine sold, Wisor received a mandatory $10,000 fine, and was ordered to serve an aggregated four to eight years in Western Diagnostic Classification Center, Pittsburgh, Wisor told the court he was not a drug dealer but was the middleman.
Wisor was charged by members of the Office of the Attorney General following a joint investigation between them and the Clearfield County Drug Task Force. On April 26 and May 8, 2012, an undercover agent from the attorney general's office using a confidential informant purchased approximately 2 grams of cocaine from Wisor on each occasion.
David E. Olewinski, 44, Clearfield, pleaded guilty to two separate cases of delivery of a controlled substance, specifically cocaine. He was fined $100 on each case, was ordered to serve nine to 18 months in Clearfield County Jail in addition to two years' consecutive probation.
Olewinski was charged by members of the Pennsylvania State Police following the sale of cocaine to an undercover police officer in June 2011 on two occasions.
Both Wisor and Olewinski were ordered to refrain from the use of controlled substances and alcohol, not enter bars or places that serve alcohol, attend counseling as recommended by their probation officers and submit to DNA testing at a cost of $250.
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