New Castle News

District Judges

November 21, 2013

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

(Continued)

NEW CASTLE — Thomas M. Piccione

•Jeffrey David Young, 31, Ellwood City — Five years probation; costs of prosecution; $1,200 restitution to the victim; community service; referral to Lawrence County Drug and Alcohol. He may petition the court for early release from probation after 12 months if costs and restitution is been paid in full. He pleaded guilty to receiving stolen property.

•Sean Katluhan Catterson, 22, New Wilmington — Six months intermediate punishment program, the first 30 days on house arrest; $750 fine; costs of prosecution; $52 restitution to the Lawrence County district attorney’s office. He pleaded guilty to DUI.

•Sean Katluhan Catterson, 22, New Wilmington — Twelve months probation to be served consecutively to the intermediate punishment program; $200 fine; community service; referral to Lawrence County Drug and Alcohol; 12 month license suspension. He pleaded guilty to recklessly endangering another person.

•Cory Allen Lee, 22, New Castle — Seventy two hours to six months in the Lawrence County jail. He is paroled upon expiration of the minimum penalty; $1,000 fine; costs of prosecution. He pleaded guilty to DUI refusal.

•Cory Allen Lee, 22, New Castle — $200 fine; community service, Lawrence County Drug and Alcohol referral; 12 months license suspension. He pleaded guilty to driving while operating privileges are suspended or revoked.

•Darece Nicole Murphy, 29, New Castle — Two years intermediate punishment program, the first nine months on house arrest with electronic monitoring; $100 fine; costs of prosecution; community service. She pleaded guilty to simple assault.

•Jalen A. Waters, 19, New Castle — $200 fine; costs of prosecution. He pleaded guilty to possession of marijuana.

•Derry Raymond Newton Jr., 64, New Castle —Six months intermediate punishment program with the first seven days on house arrest with electronic monitoring; $1,000 fine; costs of prosecution; $52 restitution to the Lawrence County District Attorney’s office; Lawrence County Drug and Alcohol referral; 12 month license suspension. He pleaded guilty of DUI.

•Shamone Nabors, 36, New Castle —One year probation; $500 restitution to the victim; costs of prosecution. All fines, costs and restitution must be paid within a year. She pleaded guilty to accidents involving damage to attended vehicle or property.

•Shamone Nabors, 36, New Castle — $200 fine; community service; costs of prosecution. She pleaded guilty to driving while operating privileges are suspended or revoked.

•Justin Michael Patterson, 24, Ellwood City —Two years intermediate punishment program, the first 90 days on house arrest with electronic monitoring; $1,500 fine; costs of prosecution; $52 restitution to the district attorney’s office; community service; 18 months license suspension; Lawrence County Drug and Alcohol referral. He pleaded guilty to DUI.

•Kiley M. Koszela, 20, New Castle — $200 fine; costs of prosecution; $82.24 restitution to Walmart, to be paid within six months. She pleaded guilty to retail theft.

•Kyle Bair, 20, New Castle —Eighteen months probation to run concurrently with any other sentence being served; no contact with the victim; community service; costs of prosecution; drug and alcohol referral. He pleaded guilty to receiving stolen property.

•Kyle Matthew Bair, 20, New Castle — Eighteen months probation concurrent with any other sentence being served; no contact with victim; $131 restitution to the victim; community service; costs of prescription; Drug and Alcohol referral. He pleaded guilty to criminal conspiracy to receive stolen property.

•Brandy L. Robertson, 29, New Castle —Costs of prosecution; $50 fine to be paid within six months. Any evidence seized by law enforcement is forfeited. She pleaded no contest to retail theft.

•Michael L. Delph, 31, Ellwood City — Two to four years incarceration in a state prison with credit for 144 days served; costs of prosecution; a Smith and Wesson .38 Special firearm confiscated and in possession of the commonwealth shall be returned to the victim after the appeal period expires. He pleaded guilty to receiving stolen property.

•Christopher Mazzocco, 28, New Castle — Eighteen to 36 months in a state facility concurrent with any sentence being served; costs of prosecution; $9,000 restitution to victim; evidence seized by law enforcement forfeited. He pleaded guilty to burglary.

•Matthew C. Pruitt, 22, New Castle — Two years intermediate punishment program, the first 90 days on house arrest; $1,500 fine; costs of prosecution; $52 restitution to the district attorney’s office; community service; Drug and Alcohol referral; 18 month license suspension. He pleaded guilty to DUI.

•Christopher Adam Mazzocco, 28, New Castle —Probation revoked and he is sentenced to 1 to 2 years in a state institution with credit for 165 days, to run concurrently with any other sentence being served; costs of prosecution; $600 restitution to the victim and $61 restitution to Barkan. He pleaded guilty to theft.

•Christopher Adam Mazzocco, 28, New Castle — Probation revoked and he is sentenced to 1 to 2 years incarceration in a state facility with credit for 167 days served; concurrently with any other sentence being served; costs of prosecution; $572 restitution. He pleaded guilty to theft.

•Christopher Adam Mazzocco, 28, New Castle — Probation revoked and he is sentenced to 1-2 years in a state correctional institution with credit for 167 days served, concurrent with any other sentence being served; costs of prosecution. He pleaded guilty to theft.

•Jacob John Barnes — One year probation and costs of prosecution. Evidence seized by law enforcement is forfeited. He pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance.

 

Text Only | Photo Reprints
District Judges
House Ads
Poll

On Wednesday, the House of Representatives voted to authorize Speaker John Boehner to sue President Obama for allegedly overstepping his legal authority with the way he's handled Obamacare. Good call?

Yes. Obama's been overstepping his authority since day one in office. It's time he pay the piper.
No. The allegations are ridiculous and the law suit is a waste of time and tax payer money.
I don't know. I'm not a huge fan of Obama, but the suit seems a little extreme.
     View Results