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Sentences handed down during Warren County Court

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

¯ Joshua E. Boozer, St. Marys, Pa., to six months probation, $950 in fines and fees and 75 hours of community service on a count of bad checks.

¯ Jada L. Coursey, Warren, to a 36 month intermediate punishment sentence including six months restrictive of 30 days incarceration, inpatient treatment and house arrest and the duration on probation, $875 in fines and fees, work release eligibility, submission of a DNA sample and compliance with treatment recommendations on a count of contraband — non-controlled substance.

¯ Scott A. Finch, Jamestown, NY, to 12 to 36 months incarceration with credit for 264 days time served, $600 in restitution, $1,475 in fines and fees, submission of a DNA sample and priority for drug and alcohol treatment in state prison on a count of possession with intent to deliver. He is recidivism risk reduction incentive eligible but not boot camp eligible. He was sentenced to eight to 18 months incarceration on a count of criminal use of a communications facility.

¯ John C. Irvine, Warren, to five years restrictive probation — including nine restrictive months with 35 days for inpatient treatment and the duration on house arrest — and the rest on probation on a count of DUI: General impairment — incapable of safe driving — second offense. He was given credit for 35 days time served for inpatient treatment. Other terms of the sentence include an 18 month license suspension, submission of a DNA sample, compliance with drug and alcohol treatment recommendations, 30 hours of community service, participation in the alcohol highway safety school and victim impact panel programs, and $2,675 in fines and fees. He was fined $70 on a count of disregard traffic lane.

¯ Joshua Leichtenberger, Clarendon, to three months to two years less one day incarceration with credit for eight days time served, a no contact order, $375 in fines and fees, to undergo a drug and alcohol evaluation and comply with recommendations, submission of a DNA sample, 80 hours of community service and participation in the COG program on a count of corruption of minors.

¯ Joseph W. Madigan, Warren, to 11.5 to 23 months incarceration with credit for 366 days time served making him eligible for parole, $1,025 in fines and fees and 60 hours of community service as well as a sexual offender evaluation on a count of indecent exposure.

¯ Christopher S. Mangione, Bradford, Pa., to three year probation, $1,375 in fines and fees and submission of a DNA sample on a count of tamper with records or identification and $245 in fines and fees and a 12 month license suspension on a charge of driving while operating privilege suspended or revoked.

¯ Nathan S. Marcy, Sugar Grove, to five years restrictive probation including 30 days incarceration, 60 days house arrest and the duration on probation, $2,225 in fines and fees, an 18 month license suspension, work release eligibility, 30 hours of community service, participation in the alcohol highway safety school and victim impact panel programs, completion of a drug and alcohol evaluation and compliance with recommendations and submission of a DNA sample on a count of DUI: Controlled substance — impaired ability — second offense. He was sentenced to $245 in fines and fees on a count of driving without a license; 90 days incarceration, $1,000 in fines and fees and a 12 month license suspension and work release eligibility on a count of driving while license suspended or revoked DUI related and $70 on a count of operating a vehicle without valid inspection.

¯ Charles F. Senger, Erie, Pa., to 48 hours to six months incarceration, $1,000 in fines and fees, 30 hours of community service, participation in the alcohol highway safety school and victim impact panel programs, compliance with treatment recommendations and a 12 month license suspension on a count of DUI: High rate of alcohol — first offense as well as $70 on a count of disregard traffic lane.

¯ Jeffrey R. Vanpelt, Clarendon, to 72 hours to six months incarceration, $1,300 in fines and fees, work release eligibility, a 12 month license suspension, participation in the alcohol highway safety school and victim impact panel programs, 15 hours of community service and to undergo a drug and alcohol evaluation and comply with recommendations on a count of DUI: Controlled substance — impaired ability — first offense as well as $245 and a 12 month license suspension on a count of driving while operating privilege suspended or revoked.

Linda J. Welch, Warren, to one year probation and a no contact order on a count of simple assault; on year probation and compliance with mental health recommendations at a second docket for simple assault and one year probation, a no contact order, compliance with mental health recommendations and submission of a DNA sample on a third docket on a count of simple assault.

Michael Whipple, Warren, to 20 to 40 months incarceration with credit for 263 days time served, $1,600 in fines and fees, submission of a DNA sample and priority for drug and alcohol treatment in state prison on a count of possession with intent to deliver. He is recidivism risk reduction incentive eligible but not not boot camp eligible.

Dennis O. Williams, Warren, to a six month intermediate punishment including 72 hours house arrest and the duration on probation, $1,675 in fines and fees, participation in the alcohol highway safety school and victim impact panel programs, 30 hours of community service and a 12 month license suspension on a count of DUI: Highest rate of alcohol — first offense as well as $70 on a count of disregard traffic lane.

Brian K. Wilson, Warren, to 10 to 20 months incarceration with credit for four days time served, $1,525 in fines and fees, submission of a DNA sample and no eligibility for recidivism risk reduction incentive or boot camp on a count of tamper with records or identification a well as $70 on charges of driving an unregistered vehicle and improper display plate, $245 on a count of driving while operating privilege suspended or revoked and $245 on a count of operating a vehicle without required financial responsibility. At a second docket, he was sentenced to 12 to 24 months on a count of tamper with records or identification as well as $650 in fines and fees and submission of a DNA sample and one year probation on a count of false identification to law enforcement officer.

Bench warrants were issued for the following defendants who failed to appear on Friday.

Dustin L. Cabisca, Tiona. Cabisca was to be sentenced on charges of criminal attempt (criminal mischief) and public drunkenness.

Ben T. Hunneycutt, IV, Warren. Hunneycutt was to be sentenced on a count of possess, sale, use, etc. display documents.

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