BY ROB ANDERSEN
Judge Maureen Skerda handed down sentences for seven individuals during sentence court on Friday.
Defendants receiving sentences included:
Westley P. Bennett, 47 West Main Street, first floor,Frewsburg, New York, to three years probation, $900 in fines and fees, $200 in restitution, 60 hours of community service, drug and alcohol counseling, self-help meetings and to find gainful employment for a count of receiving stolen property.
David Arden Littlefield, 305 North Main Street, Clarendon to 30 to 90 days in the Warren County Jail, one year of probation, 40 hours of community service and $1,085 in fines and fees for a count of accident with damage to attended vehicles or property, one count of damage to unattended vehicles or property and a count of driving on roadways laned for traffic. He is eligible for early release and work release.
Kenneth Medycki, 1360 Newton Road, Pittsfield to one year probation, $1,625 in fines and fees, 20 hours of community service, a 90 day driver's license suspension and to undergo drug and alcohol evaluation for the purchase of liquor and criminal conspiracy to furnish liquor to minors.
Merle E. Nosker, 213 East Fifth Street, Warren to 30 days incarceration in the Warren County Jail followed by 60 days house arrest and 57 months probation, $2,230 in fines and fees, an 18 month driver's license suspension and 30 hours of community service for DUI: highest rate of alcohol (BAC .16+) and general lighting requirements.
Heather Nicole Smith, 413 Fourth Avenue, Warren to six months less two days to 12 months less one day in the Warren County Jail, one year of probation, $2,000 in fines and fees, $712.61 in restitution, 100 hours of community service drug and alcohol counseling and no contact with the victim for a count of simple assault. She is eligible for early release and work release.
Pike J. Stillwagon, 154 Railway Lane, Clarendon to eight months to two years, less one day in the Warren County Jail, $1,025 in fines and fees, 45 hours of community service, no contact with the victim, submit to DNA testing, to register with the state police as a Megan's Law Tier Two offender for 25 years and undergo outpatient sexual offender counseling. He was given credit for time served.