12 guilty pleas in Thurday’s proceedings

By JOSH COTTON

jcotton@timesobserver.com

The following defendants entered guilty pleas before Judge Gregory Hammond during change of plea proceedings held on Thursday at the Warren County Courthouse.

¯ Shawn C. Clark, Sheffield, to DUI: General impairment – incapable of safe driving with accident – first offense, resisting arrest or other law enforcement, driving while operating privilege is suspended/revoked and reckless driving. Charges of careless driving, vehicular hazard signal lamps, driving on roadways laned for traffic, driving on right side of roadway and two counts of endangering the welfare of a child were not prosecuted.

¯ Jeromy M. Kemery, Warren, to retail theft. Charges of defiant trespass and retail theft were not prosecuted. At a second docket, he pleaded guilty to a count of simple assault.

¯ Gary H. Koningisor, North Warren, to statement under penalty. A count of makes any materially false oral statement was not prosecuted.

¯ Jason A. Koons, Jamestown, N.Y., to DUI: General impairment – incapable of safe driving – third offense. Charges of careless driving and violate light regulations were not prosecuted.

¯ Jessica R. Lamper, Salamanca, N.Y., to retail theft. Six additional counts of retail theft and seven counts of defiant trespass were not prosecuted. At a second docket, Lamper pleaded guilty to retail theft while a count of defiant trespass was not prosecuted.

¯ Dustin M. Long, Warren, to bad checks. Charges including theft by deception and five additional counts of bad checks were not prosecuted. At a second docket, he pleaded guilty to criminal attempt (theft by deception). Charges including false/fraud/incomplete insurance claim and insurance fraud were not prosecuted.

¯ Hilda F. Long, Warren, to charges at three dockets. Long pleaded guilty to false/fraud/incomplete insurance claim. Charges of criminal attempt (theft by deception) and criminal attempt (insurance fraud) were not prosecuted. At a second docket, Long pleaded guilty to bad checks. A count of theft by deception was not prosecuted. At a third docket, Long pleaded guilty to forgery. Five counts of bad checks and a single count of theft by deception was not prosecuted.

¯ Jake R. Martin, Corry, to conspiracy (theft by unlawful taking). Charges of conspiracy (burglary – not adapted for overnight), conspiracy (theft by unlawful taking), tamper with/fabricate physical evidence and criminal mischief – damage property were not prosecuted.

¯ Dale G. McDonald, Girard, to DUI: High rate of alcohol – first offense and careless driving. Charges of DUI: General impairment – incapable of safe driving – first offense, exceed 55 mph in other location by 15 mph and reckless driving were not prosecuted.

¯ Jeffrey I. Rodgers, Russell, to DUI: Highest rate of alcohol – first offense and careless driving. Charges of DUI: General impairment – incapable of safe driving – first offense, exceed max speed limit established by 16 mph and operating vehicle without valid inspection were not prosecuted. At a second docket, he pleaded guilty to DUI: Highest rate of alcohol – second offense and careless driving. Charges of DUI: General impairment/incapable of safe driving – second offense and restriction on alcoholic beverages were not prosecuted.

¯ Jason D. Slater, Sugar Grove, to DUI: Highest rate of alcohol – first offense, driving while operating privilege is suspended/revoked and driving an unregistered vehicle. Charges of DUI: General impairment/incapable of safe driving, required financial responsibility, driving on roadways laned for traffic and restriction on alcoholic beverages were not prosecuted. At a second docket, he pleaded guilty to DUI: High rate of alcohol – second offense, driving while operation privilege is suspended/revoked and required financial responsibility. Charges of DUI: General impairment/incapable of safe driving – second offense, rear lighting and driving an unregistered vehicle were not prosecuted.

¯ Tyler D. Wilson, Warren, to fleeing or attempting to elude police officer, DUI: High rate of alcohol – first offense and reckless driving. Charges of fleeing or attempting to elude police officer, DUI: General impairment/incapable of safe driving – first offense, regulation bumper regulation, notice of change of name or address, fail to notify change of name or address, turning movements and required signals, driving vehicle at safe speed and careless driving were not prosecuted.

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