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Friday sentencing

Two defendants were sentenced Friday by Judge Gregory Hammond.

The list was short to begin and two of the four defendants on that list did not show up for court, meaning bench warrants were issued for their arrest.

Those warrants were issued for:

¯ Randy L. Eck, 30, of Warren, who was to be sentenced for retail theft.

¯ Tyson I. McVey, 40, of Russell, who was to be sentenced for DUI, reckless driving, and harassment.

Sentenced were:

¯ Timothy J. Doerfer, 25, of Spring Creek, to intermediate punishment of six months, including five days in Warren County jail work release eligible and the balance on probation; a $300 fine; $500 in fees; attend and pay for the Warren County Alcohol Highway Safety School and Victim Impact Panel; a 12-month drivers license suspension; and 30 hours of community service; for DUI: general impairment — second offense; and a $57 fine and $45 surcharge for speeding. Doerfer was also chastised by Hammond for arriving late to the proceeding. When Doerfer explained that he was simply running late, Hammond said, “next time you’re scheduled for sentence court, which might be happening again in the near future, leave in time.”

¯ Casey S. Hanlin, 48, of Corry, to intermediate punishment of six months, including five days in Warren County jail work release eligible and the balance on probation; a $300 fine; $625 in fees; attend and pay for the Warren County Victim Impact Panel; a 12-month drivers license suspension; and 30 hours of community service; for DUI: general impairment — second offense; a $25 fine and $45 surcharge for careless driving; and a $10 fine and $45 surcharge for restraint systems.

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