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Sentences handed down in court

President Judge Maureen Skerda handed down the following sentences during sentence court held last week at the Warren County Courthouse.

Christopher Cruzado, Warren, to three to eight months incarceration, $775 in fines and fees, a no contact/no trespass order, 30 hours of community service work release and early reentry eligibility and a mental health evaluation and compliance with recommendations on a count of harassment. At a second docket, Cruzado was sentenced to four to 10 months incarceration, $575 in fines and fees, 30 hours of community service, work release and early reentry eligibility, credit for one day time served, a mental health evaluation and compliance with recommendations and an anger management evaluation and compliance with recommendations on a count of disorderly conduct – unreasonable noise.

Glenn M Dutzy, Clarendon to six months restrictive probation including 30 days incarceration and the duration on probation, $1,250 in fines and fees, participation in the alcohol highway safety school and victim impact panel programs, a 12 month license suspension, 30 hours of community service, work release eligibility and outpatient 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. At a second docket, Dutzy was sentenced to two years restrictive probation including 10 days incarceration, 20 days of house arrest and the duration on probation, $1,150 in fines and fees, participation in the alcohol highway safety school and victim impact panel programs, a 12 month license suspension, 45 hours of community service and outpatient drug and alcohol treatment on a count of DUI: General impairment/incapable of safe driving – third offense as well as eight to 16 months incarceration, 30 hours of community service, work release and early reentry eligibility and a mental health evaluation and compliance with recommendations on a count of recklessly endangering another person. Skerda indicated a deadly weapon used enhancement was applied to that sentence stemming from the discharge of a firearm.

Charles R. Earls, Spartansburg, Pa., to three months to one year incarceration, $500 in restitution, $1,000 in fines and fees, a drug and alcohol evaluation, a no contact/no trespass order, a six month license suspension, 30 hours of community service and work release and early reentry eligibility on a count of accident involving damage to attended vehicle/property. Earls was also sentenced to $70 on a count of driving an unregistered vehicle, 90 days incarceration, a $100 fine and a 12 month license suspension on a count of driving while operating privilege suspended/revoked, $245 and a six month license suspension on a count of reckless driving, $70 on a count of failure to stop and give information/render aid and $245 on a count of give false information.

Willard E. Fehlman, Sugar Grove, to six months restrictive probation including five days incarceration and 60 days house arrest with electronic monitoring and the duration on probation, $1,275 in fines and fees, participation in the alcohol highway safety school and victim impact panel programs, a 12 month license suspension and 30 hours of community service on a count of DUI: General impairment/incapable of safe driving with accident – first offense. Skerda gave Fehlman credit for five days time served making him eligible for immediate parole. He was fined a total of $70 each for the following offenses: Obedience to traffic control devices, fail to keep right, driving at safe speed, failure to notify police of accident/damage to vehicle, violate hazard regulations and operating a vehicle without a valid inspection.

Michael S. Lockerbie, Jamestown, NY, to 18 days to 12 months incarceration with credit for 18 days time served, 18 months probation, $604.98 in restitution, $1,450 in fines and fees, a no contact/no trespass order at Walmart, 30 hours of community service, drug and alcohol treatment and submission of a DNA sample on a count of retail theft and $245 in fines and fees and a 12 month license suspension on a count of driving while operating privileges suspended/revoked.

Richard A. Perry, Jr., Warren, to five years restrictive probation including 60 days incarceration, 30 days of house arrest with electronic monitoring and the duration on probation, $2,050 in fines and fees, participation in the alcohol highway safety school and victim impact panel programs, an 18 month license suspension, 45 hours of community service, work release eligibility and compliance with drug and alcohol treatment on a count of DUI: High rate of alcohol – third offense as well as one year probation, $1,250 in fines and fees, 40 hours of community service and mental health and anger management evaluations and compliance with recommendations on a count of harassment and six months to one year incarceration, a $2,500 fine and a 12 month license suspension on a count of driving while license suspended related to DUI – third or subsequent offense. At a second docket, Perry was sentenced to six months restrictive probation including 60 days incarceration and 30 days house arrest with electronic monitoring and the duration on probation, $1,075 in fines and fees, participation in the alcohol highway safety school and victim impact panel programs, a drug and alcohol evaluation and compliance with recommendations and 30 hours of community service on a count of DUI: General impairment/incapable of safe driving – fourth and subsequent offense. He was sentenced to 90 days incarceration, a $1,000 fine and a 12 month license suspension on a count of driving while BAC .02 or greater while license suspended and $70 each on charges of driving at safe speed and no rear lights.

Scott M. Simmons, Warren, to five years restrictive probation including 30 days incarceration and 90 days house arrest and the duration on probation, $2,425 in fines and fees, participation in the alcohol highway safety school and victim impact panel programs, an 18 month license suspension and compliance with drug and alcohol treatment and treatment court provisions on a count of DUI: General impairment/incapable of safe driving with refusal – second offense and $70 each on charges of obedience to traffic control devices, disregard traffic lane and careless driving. At a second docket, Simmons was sentenced to two years restrictive probation including 10 days incarceration to be served concurrently and the rest on probation, $415 in fines and fees, participation in the alcohol highway safety school and victim impact panel programs, a 12 month license suspension and compliance with drug and alcohol treatment and treatment court requirements. Simmons was fined a total of $70 each on charges including improper stop, careless driving and required financial responsibility, which also includes three month license and three month vehicle registration suspensions.

Terry A. Streit, Warren, to six to 12 months incarceration, $1,325 in fines and fees, a drug and alcohol evaluation and compliance with recommendations, 30 hours of community service, work release and early reentry eligibility and credit for six days time served on a count of possession of a controlled substance as well as one year probation, 30 hours of community service and compliance with drug and alcohol treatment recommendations. Skerda said she would consider early release only to an inpatient facility.

Daniel S. Wees, Pittsburgh, Pa., to six months restrictive probation including 72 hours incarceration and the duration on probation, $,1625 in fines and fees, participation in the victim impact panel and alcohol highway safety school programs, a 12 month license suspension, 15 hours of community service and the DUI Intervention Program on a count of DUI: Highest rate of alcohol – first offense. Wees was fined $300 on a count of purchase alcoholic beverage by a minor, $70 on a count of careless driving and $70 on a count of period for required lighted lamps. At a second docket, Wees was sentenced to one year probation, $600 in fines and fees and 30 hours of community service on a count of criminal mischief – damage property and one year probation, $250 in fees, 30 hours of community service, submission of a DNA sample and participation in health relationships and anger management evaluations and compliance with recommendations on a count of simple assault.

A bench warrant was issued for the arrest of Fred L. Ellis, Russell, who was to be sentenced on a count of possession with intent to deliver.

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