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October 29, 2013

On the Record: Today’s court sentences

NEW CASTLE — Common pleas

court sentences

Thomas M. Piccione


•Alexander Tyler Stillwagon, 21, Ellwood City — Two to four years in a state correctional institution with credit for 277 days served to run concurrently with any other sentence being served, costs of prosecution, $1 restitution to the victims, any evidence seized by law enforcement is forfeited. He pleaded guilty to burglary.

•Alexander Tyler Stillwagon, 21, Ellwood City — Two to four years in a state correctional institution with credit for 277 days served to run concurrently with any other sentence being served, costs of prosecution, $1,165 restitution to the victim, any evidence seized by law enforcement is forfeited. He pleaded guilty to burglary.

•Alexander Tyler Stillwagon, 21, Ellwood City — Two to four years in a state correctional institution with credit for 277 days served to run concurrently with any other sentence being served, costs of prosecution, $250 restitution to the victim and $4,142 restitution to Millville Mutual Insurance Co., any evidence seized by law enforcement is forfeited. He pleaded guilty to burglary.

•Alexander Tyler Stillwagon, 21, Ellwood City — Two to four years in a state correctional institution with credit for 277 days served to run concurrently with any other sentence being served, costs of prosecution, $250 restitution to the victim, any evidence seized by law enforcement is forfeited. He pleaded guilty to burglary.

•Alexander Tyler Stillwagon, 21, Ellwood City — Two to four years in a state correctional institution with credit for 277 days served to run concurrently with any other sentence being served, costs of prosecution, $1,140 restitution to the victim and $6,086 to Erie Insurance, any evidence seized by law enforcement is forfeited. He pleaded guilty to burglary.

•Alexander Tyler Stillwagon, 21, Ellwood City — Two to four years in a state correctional institution with credit for 277 days served to run concurrently with any other sentence being served, costs of prosecution, $700 restitution to the victim, any evidence seized by law enforcement is forfeited. He pleaded guilty to burglary.

•Alexander Tyler Stillwagon, 21, Ellwood City — Two to four years in a state correctional institution with credit for 277 days served to run concurrently with any other sentence being served, costs of prosecution, $1 restitution to the victim, any evidence seized by law enforcement is forfeited. He pleaded guilty to burglary.

•Alexander Tyler Stillwagon, 21, Ellwood City — Two to four years in a state correctional institution with credit for 277 days served to run concurrently with any other sentence being served, costs of prosecution, $1,800 and $167 restitution to the victims, any evidence seized by law enforcement is forfeited. He pleaded guilty to burglary.

•Alexander Tyler Stillwagon, 21, Ellwood City — One year probation, costs of prosecution, any evidence seized by law enforcement is forfeited. He pleaded guilty to possession of drug paraphernalia.

•Alexander Tyler Stillwagon, 21, Ellwood City — Two to four years in a state correctional institution with credit for 277 days served to run concurrently with any other sentence being served, costs of prosecution, $1 restitution to the victim, any evidence seized by law enforcement is forfeited. He pleaded guilty to burglary.

•Alexander Tyler Stillwagon, 21, Ellwood City — Two to four years in a state correctional institution with credit for 277 days served to run concurrently with any other sentence being served, costs of prosecution, $50 and $520 restitution to the victims any evidence seized by law enforcement is forfeited. He pleaded guilty to burglary.

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