New Castle News

December 28, 2013

On the Record: Today's births, police items, and common pleas sentences

By Staff
New Castle News

NEW CASTLE — Birth

JAMESON HOSPITAL

To Jaime Polcawich of Bessemer and Caleb Barnard of Bessemer, a daughter on Dec. 27, 2013.

Police

NEW CASTLE

•Attempted burglary. Someone tried to break into a house in the 300 block of Carl Street around 10 p.m. Thursday. A neighbor reported the male ran toward Shenango Township.

•Burglary. Someone broke into a home in the 100 block of East Euclid Avenue between 7:30 a.m. and 6:50 p.m. Monday and stole a remote, two Wii video games, 12 DS games and six pieces of jewelry.

•Theft. Eleven wheels and tires and a winch were stolen from vehicles at Cascade Auto Wrecking, 415 S. Cascade St. between 5:30 p.m. Dec. 21 and 8:30 a.m. Monday.

•Accident arrest. Jamie Lee Klinesmith, 29, of 830 Harrison St. was charged yesterday for allegedly hitting a car near Thaddeus Stevens School on Harrison Street around 3 p.m. Dec. 5 and leaving the scene while allegedly under the influence of narcotics. Police said she submitted to a blood test. She faces two counts of driving under the influence.

•Child endangerment. James A. Saul, 57, of 1201 Cunningham Ave., is charged with endangering the welfare of children, driving under the influence and driving under the influence with a high rate of alcohol. Police said he picked up an elementary student from Thaddeus Stevens school Dec. 20 while he allegedly was intoxicated. A faculty member advised the school resource officer of the matter. The child was taken back into the school and the school officer arrested him.

•Theft. Four credit cards, a backpack, a wallet, cash, and an iPhone were stolen from a vehicle parked on South Jefferson Street near Home Street between 11:45 p.m. Tuesday and 1 a.m. Wednesday.

•Burglary. A silver gun with nine hollow-point bullets was stolen from a home in the 400 block of Lincoln Avenue between 8 p.m. Dec. 15 and 10 p.m. Tuesday.

•Criminal mischief. The tires on two vehicles were flattened in the 1000 block of Maryland Avenue between 11:30 p.m. Tuesday and 8:30 a.m. Wednesday.

•Resisting arrest. Police charged Roger Taylor, 41, of 224 E. Wallace Ave., with driving under the influence, resisting arrest, institutional vandalism, disorderly conduct and driving without a license. He was the driver of a car that reportedly was stuck in the mud around 6:20 p.m. Tuesday in an area behind the 300 block of East Washington Street. Police said he resisted arrest and was stunned with a Taser. They also said he refused to submit to a blood test. Police said that while Taylor was in a city jail cell, he damaged the rubber door stop.

Common pleas

court sentences

Dominick Motto

•Jennifer A. Park, 36, New Castle — One year probation to be served consecutively to any other sentence being served, $2,000 restitution, costs of prosecution. She pleaded guilty to receiving stolen property.

•Jennifer A. Park, 36, New Castle — One year probation to be served consecutively to any other sentence being served, provide a DNA sample, costs of prosecution. She pleaded guilty to forgery.

•Jennifer A. Park, 36, New Castle — One year probation to be served consecutively with any other sentence being served, she shall not enter Walmart while on probation, costs of prosecution. She pleaded guilty to retail theft.

•Jennifer Ann Park, 36, New Castle — Three to 13 months in the Lawrence County jail with credit for 82 days served followed by one year probation, costs of prosecution, $5,095 restitution to Erie Insurance, $250 restitution to another victim, no contact with the victim. She pleaded guilty to receiving stolen property.

•Jennifer Park, 36, New Castle — Costs of prosecution and $1,877 restitution to the victim. She pleaded guilty to receiving stolen property.

•Jennifer Park, 36, New Castle — Her parole is revoked and she is sentenced to serve the balance of the maximum term in the Lawrence County jail with credit for 158 days served. She is paroled under the original terms and conditions of parole. The sentence will be served concurrently with any other sentences imposed. She had pleaded guilty to criminal conspiracy to commit burglary.

•Jennifer Park, 36, New Castle — Her probation is revoked and all provisions of the original sentence not inconsistent with this resentencing are incorporated. She had pleaded guilty to receiving stolen property and sentenced to one year probation.

•Jennifer Park, 36, New Castle — Her probation is revoked and the terms of her original terms of her sentence are reimposed. She had pleaded guilty to receiving stolen property and sentenced to one year probation.

•Gary Sweesy Jr. 39, Harrisville — Sixty days in the intermediate punishment program on house arrest with credit for 29 days served, $1,000 fine. He pleaded guilty to driving while operating privileges are suspended or revoked.

•Gary Sweesy Jr. 39, Harrisville — One year in the intermediate punishment program with the first 90 days on house arrest with electronic monitoring followed by two years probation to be served consecutively to the previous sentence, costs of prosecution, $1,500 fine, $255 to Lawrence County for lab fees, referral to Lawrence County Drug and Alcohol, 18-month license suspension. He pleaded guilty to driving under the influence.

•Colby James Marshall, 22, Ellwood City — One to two years in a state correctional facility with credit for 206 days served to be served concurrently with any other sentence being served, costs of prosecution, $950 restitution, $25 to victim services fund. He pleaded guilty to receiving stolen property.

•Colby James Marshall, 22, Ellwood City — Eighteen to 48 months in a state correctional institution with credit for 206 days served to be served concurrently with any other sentence being served, $25 restitution to the victim services fund fee, provide a DNA sample, costs of prosecution. He pleaded guilty to aggravated assault.

•Colby James Marshall, 22, Ellwood City — One year probation to be served concurrently with any other sentence being served. He pleaded guilty to resisting arrest.

•Colby James Marshall, 22, Ellwood City — He is resentenced on a charge of delivery of a controlled substance to pay costs of prosecution, 18 to 48 months incarceration with credit for 446 days served to be served concurrently with any other sentence being served.

•Colby James Marshall, 22, Ellwood City — He is resentenced on a charge of delivery of a controlled substance to pay costs of prosecution, 18 to 48 months in a state correctional institution with credit for 446 days served to be served concurrently with his sentence for receiving stolen property.

•Erin Pax Krulicki, 39, New Castle — Six months probation, mental health evaluation and to comply with recommendations, not enter Walmart while on probation, costs of prosecution. She pleaded guilty to retail theft.