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Judge Ammerman presides at revocation court session
Monday, November 18, 2013
Clearfield County President Judge Fredric J. Ammerman presided over a session of revocation court Nov. 4.
• Jason Peters, 28, 151 Sylvan Height Drive, DuBois, had his parole revoked and street time taken. He is to serve 15 days before being considered for reparole. Peters violated his parole by failing to comply with all laws, refrain from overt behavior and refrain from the use of controlled substances. He was on parole on a charge of driving under the influence. He was arrested for harassment by Lawrence Township police.
• Jacob Estright, 21, Osceola Mills, had his probation revoked. On a charge of fleeing or attempting to elude police, he was resentenced to serve 30 days to one year in CCJ in addition to one-year consecutive probation. Estright violated his probation by failing to refrain from the use of alcohol.
• Matthew Clyde, 31, 308 Susquehanna Ave., Curwensville, had his parole revoked and street time taken. He is to serve 90 days before being considered for reparole. Clyde violated his parole by failing to report to his probation officer and maintain his monthly payment. He was on parole on a charge of theft by unlawful taking.
• Bridget N. Martin, 39, 802 Eliza St., Houtzdale, was ordered detained pending disposition of new charges. She was arrested by the Pennsylvania State Police for simple assault and harassment and is scheduled for a preliminary hearing Nov. 20. She is on probation on two counts of theft by deception.
• Joshua Dotts, 24, 3306 Douglas Road, New Millport, had his parole revoked and street time taken. He is to serve 30 days before being considered for reparole. Dotts violated his parole by failing to refrain from the use of controlled substances, specifically subutex. Dotts was on parole on a charge of delivery of a controlled substance, specifically "bath salts."
• Raymond W. Bloom, 32, 232 Bailey Road, Curwensville, had his probation revoked. On a charge of retail theft, he was resentenced to serve nine months to two years in the Western Diagnostic Classifica-tion Center. Bloom violated his probation by failing to comply with all laws, report to his probation officer, complete the retail theft class and abstain from the use of a controlled substance, specifically marijuana.
• Christopher L. Reasinger, 31, 131 Robison St., DuBois, was ordered detained and rescheduled until January. Reasinger violated his probation by failing to comply with all laws and failing to refrain from the use of alcohol. He was arrested for DUI and related charges in DuBois.
• Matthew Smith, 29, 114 Race St., Clearfield, had his probation revoked. On a charge of retail theft, he was resentenced to serve six months to two years in the Western Diagnostic Classification Center. Smith violated his probation by failing to refrain from the use of controlled substances, specifically subutex and cocaine.
• Katherin Packer, 26, State College, had her probation revoked. On a charge of false reports to law enforcement authorities, she was resentenced to serve 15 days to one year in CCJ in addition to one-year consecutive probation. Packer violated her probation by failing to report to her probation officer.
• Dylan T. Yeager, 21, 212 S. Front St., Philipsburg, had his parole revoked and street time taken. He is to serve 45 days before being considered for reparole. Yeager violated his parole by failing to comply with all laws. He was arrested for simple assault and harassment by the Pennsylvania State Police. Yeager was on parole on a charge of possession of a controlled substance.
• Michael M. Swoope, 20, Clearfield, had his parole revoked and street time taken. He is to serve 50 days before being considered for reparole. In addition, he is to complete 25 hours of community service. Swoope violated his parole by failng to comply with all laws, refrain from overt behavior and maintain his monthly payment. He was arrested for disorderly conduct by Clearfield Borough police. Swoope was on parole on a charge of criminal trespass.
• Jarred D. Peters, 21, CCJ, had his probation revoked. On a charge of forgery, he was resentenced to serve eight months to two years in the Western Diagnostic Classification Center. Peters violated his probation by failing to comply with all laws, report to his probation officer and refrain from the use of controlled substances and alcohol.
• David Sierzega, 21, 856 Salada Road, DuBois, had his probation revoked. On a charge of obstruction of highways and other passages, he was resentenced to serve 30 days to one year in CCJ. Sierzega violated his probation by failing to comply with all laws, refrain from overt behavior and refrain from the use of alcohol.
• Cody Ogden, 26, 1016 Mount Joy Road, Clearfield, was continued on probation on a charge of burglary. He was before the court for failing to report to his probation officer and maintain his monthly payment. Effective with the month of November, he is to maintain a $150 monthly payment.
The following people were scheduled for court and charged with contempt of court for failing to maintain their monthly payment:
• John B. Bloom, 42, 714 Hill St., Clearfield, was ordered to maintain a $50 monthly payment effective with the month of December.
• Joy E. McBride, 34, Coalport, was ordered to maintain a $25 monthly payment effective with the month of November.
• John T. Caldwell, 53, 1215 Woodland Road, Clearfield, was ordered to maintain a $45 monthly payment effective with the month of November.
• Joseph J. Scribe, 48, Hyde, was ordered to maintain a $50 monthly payment effective with the month of December.
Bench warrants were issued for the following people for failing to appear for court:
• Lonnie Schmoke Jr., 21, 1469 Shawna Road, Cherry Tree, charged with violation of parole for failing to comply with all laws and report to his probation officer.
• Henry W. Martell, 23, 125 Shirey Road, Frenchville, charged with violation of probation for failing to report to his probation officer.
• Darryl S. Main, 41, 126 W. Sixth St., Clearfield, charged with violation of parole for failing to report to his probation officer.
• Dalton Dickey, 22, 115 E. Weber Ave., DuBois, charged with violation of probation for failing to report to his probation officer.
• Tyler R. Knepp, 23, 1624 Robinson Ave., Hyde, charged with violation of probation for failing to refrain from the use of controlled substances, specifically cocaine.
• Calvin L. Jones Jr., 33, 342 Harris St., Harrisburg, charged with contempt of court for failing to maintain his monthly payment.
The following cases were continued:
• Heath Hemphill, 20, CCJ, charged with violation of probation for failing to comply with all laws and refrain from the use of controlled substances and alcohol.
• Darrin Thompson, 26, CCJ, charged with violation of probation for failing to comply with all laws and refrain from the use of alcohol.
• Brenda J. Ross, 52, 2052 Fowler Hollow Lane, Port Matilda, charged with violation of parole for failing to maintain her monthly payment.

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