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November 13, 2012

Common Pleas Court sentences for Nov. 13

NEW CASTLE — Thomas M. Piccione

•Raymond Frank Kolodziej, 57, New Castle — Probation revocation and prior sentence reimposed. Recommitted to 60 days house arrest with credit for 14 days served. He pleaded guilty to driving while operating privileges are suspended.

•Raymond Frank Kolodziej, 57, New Castle — Recommitted to intermediate punishment program for one year, the first 90 days on house arrest with electronic monitoring, to run concurrently with any other sentence imposed. He pleaded guilty to driving under the influence.

•Raymond Frank Kolodziej, 57, New Castle — All aspects of previous sentence are reimposed and he is sentenced to serve 90 days house arrest with credit for 90 days served. He pleaded guilty to driving while operating privileges are suspended or revoked.

•Raymond Frank Kolodziej, 57, New Castle — All aspects of prior sentence are reimposed and he is sentenced to two years intermediate punishment program with the first year to be served on house arrest with electronic monitoring upon availability of electronic monitoring unit. He may apply to the court for consideration of early release from house arrest after Jan. 31, 2013, so long as he is in compliance with provisions of the court. This sentence shall run concurrently with other sentences imposed. He pleaded guilty to driving while under the influence of alcohol.

•Raymond Frank Kolodziej, 57, New Castle — Prior sentence is revoked and he is recommitted to two years intermediate punishment program with the first 90 days on house arrest and credit for 90 days served. He pleaded guilty to driving while under the influence of alcohol.

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