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September 17, 2013

On the Record: Today’s births, district judge reports and court sentences

NEW CASTLE — Births

JAMESON HOSPITAL


To Chris and Heather Presnar of New Castle, a daughter on Sept. 15, 2013.

To Christopher and Victoria Chill Johnson of Washington, Pa., formerly of New Castle, a daughter on Sept. 12, 2013.

District judges

Melissa A. Amodie


New Castle police charged the following people:

•Anthony Eugene Dennis Jr., 21, of New Castle, theft from a motor vehicle and receiving stolen property.

•Chris W. Shaner, 18, of New Castle, criminal mischief.

•Rodney Sherman Walker, 45, of New Castle, use/possession of drug paraphernalia.

•Shawniece Washington, 39, of New Castle, harassment.

•Travis Williams, 22, of Edinburg, three counts of robbery and one count each of simple assault, theft by unlawful taking, receiving stolen property and harassment.

Jerry G. Cartwright

State police charged the following people:

•Virginia Lee Bowers, 43, of Connellsville, Pa., disorderly conduct.

•Rachel Ann Sherman, 36, of Normalville, Pa., disorderly conduct.

Ellwood City police charged the following people:

•Mark A. Folino, 26, of Ellwood City, disorderly conduct.

•Perry Alan Dubois, 25, of Ellwood City, four counts of disorderly conduct and one count of resisting arrest.

•Miguel Griffin Moreno, 30, of Ellwood City, defiant trespass and harassment.

David B. Rishel

The Pennsylvania Game Commission charged the following people:

•Brandon M. Mann, 22, of New Castle, use of semi-automatic shotgun/magazine shot.

•Ronald Bobbert, 70, of Volant, hunting without securing license.

•Jordan Peak, 22, of New Castle, failure to present identification on the land of another.

Scott A. McGrath

•Ken Kinney Kinare, 26, of Studio City, Calif., charged by Neshannock Township police with intent to possess a controlled substance, possession of marijuana and use/possession of drug paraphernalia.

•U.S. Bank National Association of New Castle, charged by municipal code enforcement with weed ordinance violation.

Common pleas

court sentences

J. CRAIG COX


•Roy S. Mazzarini, 52, New Castle — All aspects of prior sentence are re-imposed, except the term of probation. The defendant is sentenced to the state intermediate punishment program for 24 months, with credit for all days served since May 10, to be served concurrently with any other sentence being served. He had pleaded guilty to theft and receiving stolen property.

•Roy S. Mazzarini, 52, New Castle — All aspects of prior sentence are re-imposed, except the term of probation. The defendant is sentenced to the state intermediate punishment program for 24 months, to be served concurrently with any other sentence being served. He had pleaded guilty to theft and receiving stolen property.

•Roy Scott Mazzarini, 52, New Castle — All aspects of prior sentence are re-imposed except the term of probation. The defendant is sentenced to the state intermediate punishment program for 24 months, with credit for all days served since May 10, to be served concurrently with any other sentence being served, costs of prosecution and $1,793.46 restitution to the victim. He had pleaded guilty to unauthorized use of access device issued to another person.

•Alex John Benkosky, 22, New Castle — Five years probation. He pleaded guilty to unauthorized use of access device issued to another person.

•Alex John Benkosky, 22, New Castle — Five years probation. He pleaded guilty to retail theft.

•Alex John Benkosky, 22, New Castle — Five years probation. He pleaded guilty to retail theft.

•Alex John Benkosky, 22, New Castle — Five years probation, costs of prosecution, $249.88 restitution to Walmart. He pleaded guilty to retail theft.

DOMINICK MOTTO

•Alvin Larica Perkins Jr., 19, New Castle —Three to 23 1/2 months in the Lawrence County jail with credit for 120 days served, costs of prosecution, $304 restitution to the victim. He pleaded guilty to attempted burglary.

•Alvin Larica Perkins Jr., 19, New Castle —Three to 23 1/2 months in the Lawrence County jail with credit for 120 days served, costs of prosecution, $667.80 restitution to the victims. He pleaded guilty to attempted burglary.

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