Sentences in county court

The following sentences were handed down by Judge Gregory Hammond on Friday morning at the Warren County Courthouse.

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

¯ Bradley A. Button, Kane, to 30 days to two years less one-day incarceration, $675 in fines and fees, to undergo a drug and alcohol evaluation and follow any recommendations, follow mental health recommendations and complete 30 hours of community service on a count of simple assault. He was given credit for four days time served and is work release and early re-entry eligible. On a second count of simple assault he was sentenced to one-year probation a $300 fine and 15 hours of community service. He was also sentenced to one year probation, a $100 fine and 15 hours of community service on a count of resisting arrest; one year probation, $100 fine and 15 hours of community service on a count of disorderly conduct; a $100 fine on a count of public drunkenness and a $100 fine and 90 day license suspension on a count of purchasing, etc. alcohol by a minor.

¯ Edgar Y. Evans, Warren, to one day to one year incarceration with credit for one day time served and eligibility for immediate parole, $675 in fines and fees, undergoing a drug and alcohol evaluation and following any recommendations, 20 hours of community service and to undergo a healthy relationships evaluation and any recommendations on a count of possession of drug paraphernalia.

¯ Kaela P. Henry, Warren, to one-year probation, $675 in fines and fees, to undergo a drug and alcohol evaluation and follow any recommendations, to continue with mental health recommendations, 15 hours of community service and participation in the cognitive education program on a count of disorderly conduct. She was sentenced to one-year probation, a $300 fine and 15 hours of community service on another county of disorderly conduct and a $100 fine and a six-month license suspension on a count of possession – small amount of marijuana.

¯ Wade E. Hetrick, Port Allegany, to 12 days to two years less one day incarceration with credit for 12 days time served making him eligible for immediate parole, $1,125 in fines and fees, to undergo a drug and alcohol evaluation and follow any recommendations, submission of a DNA sample, 30 hours of service and participation in the cognitive education program on a count of criminal trespass. He was sentenced to two years probation, $500 in restitution, a $300 fine, a no contact/no trespass order and 15 hours of community service on a count of theft by unlawful taking; one year probation, $400 in fines and fees, a six month license suspension and 15 hours of community service on a count of possession of a controlled substance and a $300 fine on a count of damage real property.

¯ Jean C. Jimenez-Camacho, Jamestown, NY, to six days to two years incarceration with credit for six days time served making him eligible for immediate parole, $875 in fines and fees, a no contact/no trespass order and 30 hours of community service on a count of unauthorized use of automobiles and other vehicles as well as a $200 fine and 12 month license suspension on a count of driving while under suspension.

¯ Chelsea E. Quijas, Wattsburg, to a five year intermediate punishment sentence including 30 days incarceration with credit for 25 days time served and 60 days of house arrest followed by probation, $2,425 in fines and fees, participation in the alcohol highway safety school and victim impact panel programs, an 18 month license suspension, 60 hours of community service and drug and alcohol recommendations on a count of DUI: General impairment – incapable of safe driving with accident – third offense. She was fined a total of $70 each on charges of driving on right side of roadway, careless driving, and restriction on alcoholic beverages.

¯ Jessica L. Reed, Warren, to seven months to two years less one day incarceration with credit for seven days time served, three years probation, $1,725 in fines and fees, to undergo a drug and alcohol evaluation and follow any recommendations, submission of a DNA sample, a six month license suspension and 30 hours of community service on a count of conspiracy (possession with intent to deliver).

¯ Neil A. Ross, Sugar Grove, to a six month intermediate punishment sentence including 72 hours incarceration and the duration on probation, $2,325 in fines and fees, participation in the victim impact panel and alcohol highway safety school programs, a 12 month license suspension, 15 hours of community service and following drug and alcohol recommendations on a count of DUI: Highest rate of alcohol – first offense. He is work release eligible. He was sentenced to $70 in fines and fees on charges of careless driving and unlawful activities as well as a total of $55 for a restraint systems violation.

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