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August 10, 2013

On the Record: Today's births, divorces and common pleas court sentences

NEW CASTLE —

Births
JAMESON HOSPITAL
To Pasquale and Erica Nerti of West Pittsburg, a son on Aug. 8, 2013.
To Mark and Rachel Werther Wagner of Pulaski, a son on Aug. 8, 2013.
Marriage licenses
Frank Andrew Rouzzo, 64, of New Castle and Martha Marie Savage, 38, of New Castle
Anthony Michael Servedio, 24, of New Castle and Tiffany Jean Rice, 19, of New Castle
Gary William Hiler Jr., 31, of New Castle and Stacy Ann Currie, 30, of New Castle
James Elder Wright, 34, of Ellwood City and Brandy Michelle Yeany, 35, of Ellwood City
Michael Anthony Fusco, 29, of Pulaski and Mackenzie Leigh Hoffman, 26, of Pulaski
Daniel James Price, 27, of New Castle and Kristen Nicole Book, 27, of New Castle
Cody Ray Osborne, 24, of West Middlesex and Michelle Lee Huffman, 23, of Ellwood City.
 
Divorces
Frank Elias Christian, 40, of Minersville, Pa., from Shawna Rence Goatley, 43, of Cranberry Township, Pa. They were married Nov. 13, 1993.
Nathan S. Conti, 34, of Koppel and Christina L. Conti, 29, of New Galilee. They were married May 22, 2004.
Michael McIntyre, 52, of Volant and Teresa Samaniego, 48, of Lavernia, Texas. They were married Feb. 20, 1993.
Ronald J. Barnes, 51, of Beaver Falls from Sandra Esarco, 47, of New Castle. They were married May 25, 2007.
 
Common pleas
court sentences
J. Craig Cox
•Stephanie Tost, 39, Meadville — Four years probation, costs of prosecution, $2,395 restitution to GNC Federal Credit Union. She pleaded guilty to theft by deception.
•Peter Clayton Hoffman, 29, Ellwood City — Two years in the intermediate punishment program followed by one year probation, costs of prosecution. He pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver.
•Zachary Shawn Williams, 20, New Castle — One to four years in a state correctional facility with credit for 236 days served, costs of prosecution. He pleaded guilty to criminal conspiracy to commit aggravated assault.
•Zachary Shawn Williams, 20, New Castle — One to four years in a state correctional facility with credit for 236 days, to be served concurrently with any other sentence being served, costs of prosecution. He pleaded guilty to criminal conspiracy to commit aggravated assault.

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