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Defendants sentenced in county court

The following sentences were handed down by Judge Gregory Hammond on Friday at the Warren County Courthouse:

Charles A. Bailor, Warren, to 27 to 54 months incarceration in state prison, $875 in fines and fees, to undergo drug and alcohol and mental health evaluations and comply with any recommended treatment on a count of persons not to possess, use, etc. firearms. He was given credit for 212 days time served and is boot camp and recidivism risk reduction incentive eligible.

Kevin M. Barnes, Kane, to 6 months of intermediate punishment including 72 hours incarceration and the duration of probation, $1,925 in fines and fees, to participate in the victim impact panel and alcohol highway safety school programs, a 12 month license suspension, work release eligibility, 15 hours of community serve and drug and alcohol treatment on a count of DUI: Highest rate of alcohol – first offense.

Michael I. Barry, Russell, eight to 24 months incarceration in state prison, $60 in restitution to the Warren County Drug Task Force, $1,225 in fines and fees, to undergo a drug and alcohol evaluation and comply with recommended treatment, submission of a DNA sample and boot camp and recidivism risk reduction incentive eligibility on a count of possession with intent to deliver. On a count of criminal use of a communications facility, he was sentenced to four to 12 months incarceration in state prison and a $500 fine.

Steven R. Blankenship, Ludlow, Pa., to a five year intermediate punishment sentence including 30 days of inpatient treatment and 60 days house arrest with SCRAM monitoring and the duration of probation, $1,750 in fines and fees, to participate in the victim impact panel and alcohol highway safety school programs, an 18 month license suspension, 50 hours of community service and drug and alcohol treatment on a count of DUI: Controlled substance/impaired ability – second offense. He was sentenced to 60 days incarceration, $920 in fines and fees, a 12-month license suspension and work release and early reentry eligibility on a count of driving while license suspended/revoked and a total of $70 on a count of driving on roadways laned for traffic.

Douglas A. Burge, Russell, to 108 days to one year incarceration, $550 in fines and fees, a no-contact/trespass order, 30 hours of community service and a mental health evaluation and treatment as well as credit for 108 days time served making him eligible for immediate parole on a count of defiant trespass. He was sentenced to 90 days probation and a $300 fine on a count of harassment/stalking.

Christopher J. Frederick, Warren, to 24 to 48 months incarceration in state prison, $1,625 in fines and fees, credit for 146 days time served and submission of a DNA sample on a count of failure to register with the Pennsylvania State Police.

Tammy L. Furlow, Jamestown, NY, to six months to two years less one day incarceration, one year probation, $1,725 in fines and fees, 50 hours of community service, work release and early reentry eligibility, credit for 23 days time served, submission of a DNA sample and drug and alcohol treatment on a count of conspiracy (possession with intent to deliver).

Amanda R. Havle, Warren, to 25 days to one-year incarceration, $675 in fines and fees, a no-contact order, 20 hours of community service, drug and alcohol treatment and credit for 25 days time served on a count of simple assault (mutual consent).

Matthew R. Kuzminski, Irvine, to 12 to 24 months incarceration in state prison, $1,625 in fines and fees, to undergo a drug and alcohol evaluation and comply with treatment recommended and submission of a DNA sample on a count of criminal trespass. He was given credit for 61 days time served and is boot camp and recidivism risk reduction incentive eligible. He was sentenced to eight to 16 months incarceration in state prison and fined $500 on a count of theft by unlawful taking. At a second docket, he was sentenced to two to four months incarceration in state prison on a count of theft by unlawful taking and 11 to 22 months incarceration, $6.99 in restitution, a $1,000 fine and a no-contact/trespass order on a count of criminal trespass.

Frankie J. Lundmark, Russell, to a five year intermediate punishment including 30 days incarceration, 60 days of house arrest with SCRAM monitoring and the duration on probation, $2,500 in fines and fees, to participate in the victim impact panel and alcohol highway safety school programs, to undergo a drug and alcohol and mental health evaluation and recommended treatment, an 18 month license suspension and 60 hours of community service on a count of DUI: Highest rate of alcohol – second offense. She is work release eligible. She was fined a total of $70 on a count of driving on roadways laned for traffic.

Katera E. Murphy, Russell, to one-year probation, $19.07 in restitution, $875 in fines and fees and community service on a count of retail theft. She was sentenced to consecutive one-year probation, a $300 fine and 20 hours of community service on a count of sale or use of certain solvents.

David C. Rensma, Youngsville, to four days to one-year incarceration with credit for four days making him eligible for immediate parole, $675 in fines and fees, a no-contact order, 30 hours of community service, healthy relationships training and to comply with VA treatment on a count of simple assault.

Paul S. Rogers, Warren, to six months probation, $850 in fines and fees and to participate in the victim impact panel and alcohol highway safety school programs on a count of DUI: General impairment/incapable of safe driving – first offense as well as $70 on a count of flashing signals.

Clifford A. Young, Tidioute, to six months probation, $950 in fines and fees, to participate in the victim impact panel and alcohol highway safety school programs 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.

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