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Sentences handed down in county court

President Judge Maureen Skerda handed down the following sentences on Friday at the Warren County Courthouse.

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

¯ Larry P. Babcock, Jr., Warren to six months restrictive probation including 30 days incarceration, $1,250 in fines and fees, participation in the alcohol highway safety school and victim impact panel programs, to undergo a drug and alcohol evaluation and comply with recommendations, a 12 month license suspension, 30 hours of community service and work release eligibility on a count of DUI: High rate of alcohol — second as well as $245 for driving without a license and $70 on a count of no rear lights. At a second docket, Babcock was sentenced to one year probation, $225 in fines and fees, 40 hours of community service, an anger management evaluation and compliance with recommendations and parenting classes if recommended on a count of disorderly conduct — unreasonable noise.

¯ Eric C. Berry, Sheffield, to two years less one day restrictive probation including a total of 180 days house arrest and the duration on probation, one year probation, $1,575 in fines and fees, 50 hours of community service, submission of a DNA sample and participation in the COG program on a count of terroristic threats.

¯ Stephen E. Breon, Jr., Youngsville, to 48 hours house arrest, a period of probation, $925 in fines and fees, participation in the alcohol highway safety school and victim impact panel programs, a 12 month license suspension, 15 hours of community service and outpatient drug and alcohol treatment on a count of DUI: High rate of alcohol — first offense and $70 each on charges of careless driving and fail to notify police of accident/damage to vehicle.

¯ Dakota S. Griffin, Warren, to two months to two years less one day incarceration with credit for two days time served, one year probation, $1,675 in fines and fees, to undergo a drug and alcohol evaluation and comply with recommendations, a no contact order, 40 hours of community service, work release and early reentry eligibility, submission of a DNA sample and participation in the COG program on a count of corruption of minors.

¯ Jason E. Haight. Warren, to 11 to 24 months incarceration in state prison with credit for 225 days time served, $700 in fines and fees, a no contact order and a forensic psychiatric evaluation as well as drug and alcohol and mental health evaluations at classification on a count of simple assault as well as 12 to 40 months incarceration in state prison to be served consecutively on a count of terroristic threats. At a second docket, Haight was sentenced to 12 months to 40 months incarceration in state prison, $1,150 in fines and fees and a no contact order on a count of terroristic threats.

¯ Joshua S. Haskins, Warren, to one year probation, $1,775 in fines and fees, submission of a DNA sample on a count of possession of a controlled substance; one year probation on a count of possession of drug paraphernalia; three years restrictive probation including 30 days incarceration — with credit for 30 days time served — and 90 days house arrest and to undergo a drug and alcohol and mental health evaluations on a count of make repairs/sell/etc. offensive weapon; 60 days incarceration with credit for 60 days incarceration and immediate parole eligibility and a one year license suspension on a count of driving while license is suspended from a DUI and $70 on a count of driving an unregistered vehicle. He was also ordered to participate in three weekly AA/NA meetings, obtain a home group and sponsor and work a 12 step program.

¯ Jeffery A. Johnson, Warren, to six months probation, $725 in fines and fees and 15 hours of community service on a count of DUI: General impairment — incapable of safe driving — first offense as well as $70 on a count of careless driving.

¯ Robert J. Mathis, Jamestown, NY, to six months probation, $725 in fines and fees, participation in the alcohol highway safety school and victim impact panel programs 15 hours of community service if medically possible as well as drug and alcohol treatment on a count of DUI: General impairment — incapable of safe driving — first offense as well as $70 on a count of careless driving.

¯ Michelle L. Minnis, Youngsville, to one year probation, $775 in fines and fees, 50 hours of community service and compliance with mental health treatment and medications on a count of simple assault.

¯ Owen M. Welch, Warren, to 72 hours house arrest and a period of probation, $1,550 in fines and fees, participation in the alcohol highway safety school and victim impact panel programs, a 12 month license suspension, 15 hours of community service and drug and alcohol treatment on a count of DUI: Controlled substance — Schedule I — first offense as well as one year probation and a $100 fee on a count of possession of drug paraphernalia and $70 on a count of operating vehicle without valid inspection At a second docket, Welch was sentenced to six months restrictive probation including 15 days incarceration and 15 days house arrest, $1,250 in fines and fees, participation in the alcohol highway safety school and victim impact panel programs, a 12 month consecutive license suspension, 30 hours of community service, work release eligibility and drug and alcohol treatment on a count of DUI: High rate of alcohol — second offense as well as $70 on a count of careless driving.

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