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January 21, 2014

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

NEW CASTLE — Births

JAMESON HOSPITAL


To Carl and Angela Andresky of Grove City, a daughter on Jan. 19, 2014.

To Angela Fishe of New Castle and Michael Cuffie of New Castle, a daughter on Jan. 20, 2014.

OUT OF TOWN

To Travis and Jennifer Agnew of Ellwood City, a son on Jan. 17, 2014, at Horizon Hospital, Farrell.

Police

STATE

•Criminal mischief. Someone damaged a mailbox Monday in the 3500 block of Grandview Road in Perry Township.

District judges

Melissa A. Amodie


•Jermaine Morton, 50, of New Castle, charged by the New Castle school district with compulsory school attendance violation.

New Castle police charged the following people:

•Demetrius Campbell, 21, of New Castle, two counts of access device fraud and one count of receiving stolen property.

•Martierius R. Brown, 23, of New Castle, defiant trespass.

•William Joseph Kroll, 33, of New Castle, use/possession of drug paraphernalia.

•Frederick Lee Bowan, 47, of New Castle, disorderly conduct.

•Richard Kohlmetz, 46, of New Castle, public drunkenness and similar misconduct.

New Castle’s code enforcement department charged the following people:

•Allen K. Martin, 64, of Jackson Center, mechanical appliances violation.

•Lisa Suizi of Edinburg, occupancy of residential rental property without a permit and requirements to obtain permits/compliance violation.

Jennifer L. Nicholson

•Rodney Bernard Madison, 37, of New Castle, charged by the Lawrence County district attorney with two counts each of manufacture, delivery or possession with intent to manufacture or deliver and intent to possess a controlled substance.

David B. Rishel

•Thomas Paul Brown, 34, of Volant, charged by state police with harassment.

•Miranda Wansitler, 19, of New Castle, charged by dog law enforcement with vaccination against rabies required violation.

Common pleas

court sentences

J. Craig Cox


•Christina Collier, 26, New Castle — Six to 23 and a half months in the Lawrence County jail with credit for 122 days served. Work release granted. Any evidence seized by law enforcement is forfeited. She pleaded guilty to criminal conspiracy to possess a controlled substance with intent to deliver.

•Christina Collier, 26, New Castle — Two years probation. Any evidence seized by law enforcement is forfeited. She pleaded guilty to tampering with or fabricating physical evidence.

•Kenneth Paul Massioni, 28, Ellwood City — Six days to 12 months in the Lawrence County jail with credit for six days served, costs of prosecution. He pleaded guilty to false identification to law enforcement authorities.

•Kenneth Paul Massioni, 28, Ellwood City — Six days to 12 months in the Lawrence County jail with credit for six days served, costs of prosecution, Lawrence County Drug and Alcohol assessment. He pleaded guilty to involvement in accidents involving death or personal injury while not properly licensed.

•Everett Allan Finley, 52, Salem, Ohio — Two years probation, costs of prosecution, $600 restitution to Feezle’s Auto. He pleaded guilty to theft.

•Nikia Jerome Goode, 39, New Castle — A $100 fine and costs of prosecution. He pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct.

•Michael Murphey, 30, New Castle — Twelve months probation and costs of prosecution. He pleaded guilty to theft.

•Andrew Montgomery — His previous sentence is revoked. He is resentenced to 24 months in the state intermediate punishment program with credit for all days since his commitment date to the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections, he is to comply with all terms and conditions of the program. This sentence to be served concurrently with any other sentence imposed. He had pleaded guilty to receiving stolen property.

•Andrew Montgomery — His previous sentence is revoked. He is resentenced to 24 months in the state intermediate punishment program with credit for all days since his commitment date to the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections, he is to comply with all terms and conditions of the program. He had pleaded guilty to criminal conspiracy to possess a controlled substance.

Thomas M. Piccione

•Charles W. Kennedy Jr., 26, Altoona — Six months in the intermediate punishment program with the first seven days on house arrest with electronic monitoring; $1,000 fine, costs of prosecution, $79.42 restitution to Lawrence County for lab fees, community service, Lawrence County Drug and Alcohol assessment, 12-month license suspension. He pleaded guilty to driving under the influence.

•Richard Allen Fairtrace Jr., 41, North Apollo — Twelve to 24 months probation, costs of prosecution. He pleaded guilty to simple assault.

•Jacob M. Prementine, 21, New Castle — Six months in the intermediate punishment program with the first seven days on house arrest with electronic monitoring, $500 fine, costs of prosecution, community service, Lawrence County Drug and Alcohol assessment, 12-month license suspension. He pleaded guilty to driving under the influence.

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