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Friday sentencing at the courthouse

The following sentences were handed down by president Judge Maureen Skerda on Friday at the Warren County Courthouse.

¯ Andrew L. Bihon, Warren, to six months probation, $850 in fines and fees, participation in the alcohol highway safety school and victim impact panel programs, and 15 hours of community service on a count of DUI: General impairment/incapable of safe driving – first offense. He was fined $70 on a count of obedience to traffic control devices.

¯ Russell B. Boyle, Titusville, to a five year intermediate punishment sentence including 30 days incarceration and 60 days of house arrest with the duration on probation, $1,550 in fines and fees, participation in the alcohol highway safety school and victim impact panel programs, a drug and alcohol evaluation and compliance with any recommendations, a 12 month license suspension, 100 hours of community service and work release and early reentry eligibility on a count of DUI: Controlled substances with juvenile passenger/impaired ability – first offense; one year concurrent probation on a count of possession of a controlled substance; $100 on a count of improper tires studded, $70 on a count of driving an unregistered vehicle, $345 on a count of required financial responsibility and $70 on a count of careless driving.

¯ Michael A. Campman, Youngsville, to two months to four months incarceration, $925 in fines and fees, a drug and alcohol evaluation and mental health evaluation, a no contact order, 60 days credit for time served, participation in the COG group and work release and early reentry eligibility on a count of false imprisonment; nine to 18 months incarceration, 100 hours of community service, 270 days time served and a referral for anger management training and one month less one day to two months less two days on a count of resisting arrest.

¯ Kayla A. Conklin, Warren, to six month intermediate punishment including 72 hours of electronic monitoring and the duration on probation. $1,425 in fines and fees, participation in the alcohol highway safety school and victim impact panel programs, a 12 month license suspension and 15 hours of community service on a count of DUI: Controlled substance – metabolite – first offense and $70 on a count of careless driving.

¯ Chrie K. Denning, Youngsville, to one concurrent year probation, $375 in fines and fees, 30 hours of community service and to continue in treatment court on a count of sale or illegal use of certain solvents.

¯ Thomas Kalustian, Warren, to two years probation, a $500 fine, 40 hours of community service, to continue with his mental health regimen and anger management treatment on a count of simple assault.

¯ Michael V. Knapp, Youngsville, to one year probation, $1,025 in fines and fees, to undergo a drug and alcohol evaluation and comply with recommendations and 70 hours of community service on a count of possession of drug paraphernalia.

¯ Drema L. Knepp, Ludlow, Pa., to a six month intermediate punishment sentence including seven days incarceration and the duration on probation, $1,750 in fines and fees, participation in the alcohol highway safety school and victim impact panel programs, a one year license suspension, 15 hours of community service and credit for seven days time served on a count of DUI: Highest rate of alcohol – first offense; $245 on a count driver required to be licensed.

¯ Andrew L. Miles, Warren, to 12 to 24 months in state prison, to undergo a drug and alcohol and mental health evaluations and comply with any services if needed and was given credit for 150 days time served. Miles is not boot camp or recidivism risk reduction incentive eligible; 12-24 consecutive months in state prison on a count of terroristic threats.

¯ Zachary P. Muchzynski, Youngsville, to a five year intermediate punishment including 90 days incarceration and the duration on probation, $2,175 in fines and fees, 40 hours of community service, work release and early reentry eligibility, submission of a DNA sample, compliance with drug and alcohol treatment recommendations and a mental health regimen and participation in parenting classes on a count of endangering the welfare of a child; $600 in fines and fees on a count of possession – small amount of marijuana and $100 on a count of possession of drug paraphernalia.

¯ Bridget G. Putman, Sugar Grove, to eight months to two years less one day incarceration, $425 in fines and fees, work release and early reentry eligibility and 36 days credit for time served on a count of conspiracy (theft by deception); two years probation, $1,269.84 in restitution, 80 hours of community service and a no trespass order at Walmart on a count of retail theft.

¯ Randall T. Rockwell, Warren, to a six month intermediate punishment sentence including 72 hours incarceration and the duration on probation, $2,125 in fines and fees, participation in the alcohol highway safety school and victim impact panel programs, a drug and alcohol evaluation prior to release from jail, 60 hours of community and work release after 72 hours on a count of DUI: Highest rate of alcohol – first offense and $70 each on charges of driving vehicle at safe speed and careless driving.

¯ Timothy G. Schneider, St. Marys, Pa., to a six month intermediate punishment sentence including 72 hours incarceration and the duration on probation, $1,750 in fines and fees, participation in the alcohol highway safety school and victim impact panel programs, a drug and alcohol evaluation and compliance with recommendations, a 12 month license suspension and 15 hours of community service on a count of DUI: Highest rate of alcohol – first offense.

¯ Justin L. Steinman, Warren, to 18 months to five years in state prison, $2,125 in fines and fees, credit for 93 days time served, boot camp eligibility, submission of a DNA sample and priority for drug and alcohol treatment in state prison on a count of possession with intent to deliver.

¯ David J. Tremblay, Warren, to 30 days to one year incarceration, $12,308.47 in restitution, $775 in fines and fees, to undergo a drug and alcohol evaluation and comply with any recommendations, a no contact order, a six month license suspension and 30 hours of community service on a count of accident with damage to attended vehicle/property; $70 each on charges of stop signs and yield signs and careless driving; $345 and three month license and three month registration suspensions on a count of required financial responsibility and $245 and a 12 month license suspension on a count of driving while under suspension.

¯ Allison M. Turner, Jamestown, NY, to 16 months to five years in state prison, $2,620.32 in restitution, $2,125 in fines and fees, a no contact/no trespass order at Walmart, submission of a DNA sample and priority for drug and alcohol treatment in the state system on a count of retail theft.

¯ Alyce R. Valery, Spring Creek, to a two year intermediate punishment including four months of electronic monitoring and the duration on probation, $800 in fines and fees and 40 hours of community service on a count of false swearing; $51 on a count of maximum speed limits and 60 to 90 days incarceration, a $1,000 fine and a one year license suspension on a count of driving while under suspension DUI related.

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