Defendants sentenced

President Judge Maureen Skerda sentenced the following individuals during sentence court proceedings on Friday morning at the Warren County Courthouse:

All periods of incarceration are to be served in the Warren County Jail unless otherwise specified.

¯ Benjamin M. Barney, Corry, to one year probation, $575 in fines and fees, to have no contact/trespass with the victim, 30 hours of community service, a mental health evaluation and to follow any recommendations and a healthy relationships evaluation and any recommendations on a count of harassment.

¯ Dustin L. Campbell, Warren, to nine to 18 months incarceration, one year probation, $925 in fines and fees, anger management classes, participation in the COG group, a no contact/no trespass order and 100 hours of community service on a count of simple assault. Campbell is work release and early re-entry eligible. On a count of terroristic threats, Campbell was sentenced to two years probation, drug and alcohol and mental health evaluations and participation with any recommendations and an additional 100 hours of community service.

¯ Shawn D. Dibble, Warren, to 10 months to two years less one day incarceration, $1,000 in restitution to the Victim’s Compensation Fund, $925 in fines and fees, to have no contact with the victim, 100 hours of community service, participation in the COG group, anger management classes and a mental health evaluation and any treatment recommendations on a count of simple assault. Dibble is work release and early re-entry eligible.

¯ Robert J. Edwards, Warren, to one year probation, $525 in fines and fees, $128 in restitution, 50 hours of community service and participation in the COG group on a count of theft of property lost, mislaid or delivered.

¯ Chevy A. Haskins, Warren, to 14-28 months incarceration in state prison, $160 in restitution to the Warren County Drug Task Force, $3,475 in fines and fees, a one year license suspension, submission of a DNA sample and priority for a therapeutic treatment community in state prison on a count of possession with intent to deliver. Haskins was given credit for 52 days time served and is boot camp and recidivism risk reduction incentive eligible. At a second docket, he was sentenced to one year probation, $525 in fines and fees, 50 hours of community service and participation in the COG group on a count of defiant trespass and an additional six months probation on a count of disorderly conduct.

¯ Dustin T. Hepler-Kostreba, Warren, to 18 months probation, $500 in fines and fees, 30 hours of community service and participation in the COG group on a count of receiving stolen property.

¯ William E. Housler, Warren, to 24-60 months incarceration state prison, $200 in restitution to the Warren County Drug Task Force, $3,475 in fines and fees, a one year license suspension and submission of a DNA sample on a count of possession with intent to deliver. He was given credit for 67 days time served and is not boot camp eligible but is recidivism risk reduction incentive eligible.

¯ Katrina A. Livingston, Union City, to one year probation, $200 in restitution, $925 in fines and fees, 50 hours of community service and continuing with drug and alcohol treatment on a count of receiving stolen property.

¯ William A. Ohmer, Warren, to charges at four dockets. He was sentenced to 16-32 months incarceration in state prison, $2,900 in fines and fees, priority for therapeutic treatment communities in state prison, an 18 month license suspension and credit for 125 days time served on a count of DUI: Highest rate of alcohol – fifth offense. Ohmer is not boot camp or recidivism risk reduction incentive eligible. On a count of driving on roadways laned for traffic, he was fined a total of $70. At a second docket, Ohmer was sentenced to 12-24 months incarceration, $850 in fines and fees, completion of the victim impact panel and alcohol highways safety school programs and a 12 month license suspension on a count of DUI: General impairment – incapable of safe driving – sixth offense. He was ordered to pay $300 on a count of disorderly conduct, $70 for driving on right side of roadway and $70 for careless driving. At a third docket, he was sentenced to 10-20 months incarceration in state prison and to have no contact with the victim on a count of terroristic threats and a $300 fine for public drunkenness. At a fourth, he was sentenced to 60 days to 12 months incarceration in state prison, $375 in fines and fees, to have no contact with the victim and not to trespass at Walmart ona count of defiant trespass. He was given credit for three days time served. He was fined $300 each on charges of harassment and disorderly conduct.

¯ Shane J. Reynolds, Warren, to two years probation, $700 in fines and fees, 100 hours of community service and participation in the COG program on a count of retail theft.

¯ Julie Shenk, Warren, to a five year intermediate punishment sentence to include nine months of house arrest with the duration at the discretion of the probation department on a count of possession with intent to deliver. She was ordered to pay $2,275 in fines and fees, complete 100 hours of community service, submit a DNA sample, participate in the COG group, participate in drug and alcohol counseling and maintain a mental health regimen. She was sentenced to two years probation on a count of criminal use of a communications facility.

¯ Joshua J. Wilson, Warren, to two years probation, $3,276.22 in restitution, $825 in fines and fees, a drug and alcohol evaluation and any recommendations, 50 hours of community service, participation in the COG group and participation in an anger management evaluation and any recommendations on a count of simple assault.

A bench warrant was issued for failure to appear against Celia J. Nilsen, Jamestown, N.Y. Nilsen was to be sentenced on charges including possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, restriction on alcoholic beverages and obedience to traffic control devices.

Jessica L. Monstrom, St. Marys, had been sentenced by Skerda but subsequently tested positive for several substances, including alcohol and methamphetamine. Skerda said that Monstrom would be jailed for contempt of court and that the sentence would be vacated.

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