Bradford County Court News 2/19/2012


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Bradford County District Attorney Daniel J. Barrett announced that the following persons were placed in the Accelerated Rehabilitative Disposition (ARD) Program in the Bradford County Court of Common Pleas, Towanda, in January:

Hubert A. Ayers, 47, Ashland, Miss., charged with driving under the influence of alcohol, in October 2011 by Trooper Brandon Allis of the Pennsylvania State Police. And was accepted into the ARD Program and placed on probation for a term of 12 months. While on probation Ayers will be subject to supervision by the Bradford County Probation department, which supervision will include monitoring for drug or alcohol use. Additionally, Ayers must perform community service with the DUI Litter Brigade and attend a Victim Impact Panel and he will lose his Pennsylvania driving privilege for 30 days.

Dennis R. Manuel, 36, New Albany, Pa., charged with driving under the influence of alcohol, in August 2011 by Trooper Joshua Thompson of the Pennsylvania State Police. And was accepted into the ARD Program and placed on probation for a term of 12 months. While on probation Manuel will be subject to supervision by the Bradford County Probation department, which supervision will include monitoring for drug or alcohol use. Additionally, Manuel must perform community service with the DUI Litter Brigade and attend a Victim Impact Panel and he will lose his Pennsylvania driving privilege for 60 days.

Aaron Ray Higginbotham, 22, Columbia Crossroads, Pa., charged with driving under the influence of alcohol, in August 2011 by Trooper David Sweeney of the Pennsylvania State Police. And was accepted into the ARD Program and placed on probation for a term of 12 months. While on probation Hiffinbotham will be subject to supervision by the Bradford County Probation department, which supervision will include monitoring for drug or alcohol use.

Additionally, Higginbotham must perform community service with the DUI Litter Brigade and attend a Victim Impact Panel and he will lose his Pennsylvania driving privilege for 30 days.

Stevi Lynn Griffith, 22, Towanda, Pa., charged with driving under the influence of alcohol, in August 2011 by Trooper Wayne Dunkling of the Pennsylvania State Police. And was accepted into the ARD Program and placed on probation for a term of 12 months. While on probation Griffin will be subject to supervision by the Bradford County Probation department, which supervision will include monitoring for drug or alcohol use. Additionally, Griffin must perform community service with the DUI Litter Brigade and attend a Victim Impact Panel and he will lose his Pennsylvania driving privilege for 60 days and restitution of $103.03.

Shane Clapper, 21, Monroeton, Pa., charged with theft was accepted into the ARD Program and placed on probation for a term of 12 months. While on probation Clapper will be subject to supervision by the Bradford County Probation department, which supervision will include monitoring for drug or alcohol use. Additionally, Clapper must perform 40 hours community service. Trooper Michael Moser of the Pennsylvania State Police arrested Clapper for the offense following investigation of a theft that occurred in Monroeton Borough.

Donald Edward Miller, 40, charged with driving under the influence of alcohol, was accepted into the ARD Program and places on probation for a term of 12 months. While on probation Miller will be subject to supervision by the Bradford County Probation Department. The supervision will include monitoring for drug or alcohol use. Additionally, Miller must perform community service with the DUI Litter Brigade and attend a Victim Impact panel and he will lose his Pennsylvania driving privilege for 60 days. Trooper Wayne Dunkling of the Pennsylvania State Police arrested Miller for the offense following investigation of a traffic violation that occurred in Ulster Borough.

Bradford County District Attorney Daniel J. Barrett announced that the following person entered a plea of Nolo Contendere in the Bradford County Court of Common Pleas, Towanda, on Jan. 6 (A plea of Nolo Contendere, although not an admission of guilt, has the same consequences as a guilty plea. In entering a Nolo Contendere plea, a defendant concedes that he will probably not be able to overcome the evidence that will prove his guilt:

Harold Howell Jr., 23, Towanda, Pa., entered a plea of Nolo Contendere to disorderly conduct, a misdemeanor of the third degree. Howell will be sentence on Feb. 16, 2012, following preparation of a pre-sentence report by the Bradford County Probation Department. At sentencing, Howell faces a maximum sentence of up to 12 months plus fine(s), costs, restitution to victims, and any other conditions deemed appropriate by the sentencing court.

Deputy Donald Stringham of the Bradford County Sheriff's Office arrested Howell for the offense in November 1, 2011, following investigation of a disturbance that occurred in Towanda Borough. A Nolo plea is accepted by the court in situations where the Defendant cannot remember committing the crime, but concedes that the evidence will prove his guilt. The Nolo Contendere (no contest) plea has the same consequences as a guilty plea.

District Attorney Daniel J. Barrett announced that the following people were recently sentenced in the Bradford County Court of Common Pleas:

Brionna L. Fassett, 21, Waverly, N.Y., was sentenced to imprisonment in a Pennsylvania State Correctional Facility for a term of from three months to 12 months, and a fine of $300, for the offense of Delivery of a Controlled Substance, a felony. Fassett will also lose her Pennsylvania driving privilege for six months and she was ordered to reimburse the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in the amount of $440 for money used to purchase a controlled substance from her at the time of her arrest. The sentence was imposed following an earlier guilty plea.

An Agent of the Bradford County Drug Task Force arrested Fassett for the offense in June 2011 following an incident in Athens Township. Fassett may be eligible for parole after serving the minimum sentence, and, if paroled, she will be subject to supervision and monitoring by the Pennsylvania Board of Probation and Parole.

Samuel L. Corey, 19, Troy, Pa., was sentenced to probation for a term of 12 months, and a fine of $500, for the offense of Delivery of a Controlled Substance, a felony. Corey will also lose his Pennsylvania driving privilege for six months and he was ordered to reimburse the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in the amount of $45 for money used to purchase a controlled substance from him at the time of his arrest. The sentence was imposed following an earlier guilty plea. An Agent of the Pennsylvania State Police Vice and Narcotics Unit arrested Corey for the offense in June 2011 following an incident that occurred in Sylvania Borough. While on Probation, Corey will be subject to supervision and monitoring by the Bradford County Probation Department; violation of probation conditions may result in revocation of probation and resentencing.

Jasmine Fulton-May, 26, Canton, Pa., was sentenced to a term of imprisonment in the Bradford County Correctional Facility of from one day to 12 months, and a fine of $300, for the offense of Disorderly Conduct, a misdemeanor of the third degree. The sentence was imposed following an earlier guilty plea. Trooper Joshua Fisher of the Pennsylvania State Police arrested Fulton-May for the offense in August 2011 following an incident that occurred in Franklin Township. Fulton-May may be eligible for parole after serving the minimum sentence, and, if paroled, she will be subject to supervision and monitoring by the Bradford County Probation Department.

Kyle D. Strope, 21, Towanda, Pa., was sentenced to probation for a term of 15 months, and a fine of $500, for the offense of Criminal Trespass, a felony of the third degree. The sentence was imposed following an earlier guilty plea. Officer Nikki Hoffman of the Athens Borough Police Department arrested Strope for the offense in July 2011. While on Probation, Strope will be subject to supervision and monitoring by the Bradford County Probation Department. Violation of probation conditions may result in revocation of probation and resentencing.

Earl A. Stedge, Jr., 18, Athens, Pa., was sentenced to probation for a term of 18 months, and a fine of $250, for the offense of Statutory Sexual Assault, a felony of the second degree. The sentence was imposed following an earlier guilty plea. Officer Timothy Cahill of the Athens Borough Police Department arrested Stedge for the offense in August 2011. While on Probation, Stedge will be subject to supervision and monitoring by the Bradford County Probation Department. Violation of probation conditions may result in revocation of probation and resentencing.

Randall A. Brubaker, 27, Newport, Ky., was sentenced to a term of imprisonment in a Pennsylvania State Correctional Facility of from 11 months to 36 months, and a fine of $500, for the offense of Bad Check, a misdemeanor of the first degree. Brubaker was also ordered to pay restitution in the amount of $3535. The sentence was imposed following an earlier guilty plea. Trooper Richard Evans of the Pennsylvania State Police arrested Brubaker for the offense in August 2011 following an incident that occurred in Wysox Township.

Brubaker may be eligible for parole after serving the minimum sentence, and, if paroled, he will be subject to supervision and monitoring by the Pennsylvania Board of Probation and Parole.

Samuel L. Sampson, 22, Canton, Pa., was sentenced to a term of imprisonment in the Bradford County Correctional Facility of from 54 days to one year, and a fine of $500, for the offense of Theft By Deception, a misdemeanor of the first degree. Sampson was also ordered to pay restitution in the amount of $800. The sentence was imposed following an earlier guilty plea. Chief Kyle Weisel of the Troy Borough Police Department arrested Sampson for the offense in October 2011 following an incident that occurred in Troy Borough. Sampson may be eligible for parole after serving the minimum sentence, and, if paroled, he will be subject to supervision and monitoring by the Bradford County Probation Department.

Graham A. Cristianson, was sentenced to a term of imprisonment in the Bradford County Correctional Facility of from 30 days to six months, and a fine of $300, for the offense of Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol, a misdemeanor. Cristianson will also lose his Pennsylvania driving privilege for 12 months and he was ordered to pay restitution in the amount of $500. The sentence was imposed following an earlier guilty plea. Corporal Norman Strauss III, of the Pennsylvania State Police arrested Cristianson for the offense in June 2011 following an incident that occurred in Canton Township. Cristianson may be eligible for parole after serving the minimum sentence, and, if paroled, he will be subject to supervision and monitoring by the Bradford County Probation Department.

District Attorney Daniel J. Barrett announced that following people recently entered guilty pleas in the Bradford County Court of Common Pleas:

Adam John Harkins, 31, Milan, Pa., entered a plea of guilty to the offense of Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol, a misdemeanor. Harkins will be sentenced on March 29, 2012, following preparation of a presentence report by the Bradford County Probation Department. At sentencing, Harkins faces a maximum sentence of up to six months plus fine(s), costs, restitution to victims, loss of Pennsylvania driving privilege for at least 12 months, and any other conditions deemed appropriate by the sentencing court. Officer John Fedorchak of the Athens Township Police Department arrested Harkins for the offense in September 2011 following investigation of a motor vehicle crash that occurred in Athens Township.

Adam A. Worthington, 19, Troy, Pa., entered a plea of guilty to the offense of Criminal Trespass, felony of the third degree. Worthington will be sentenced on March 29, 2012, following preparation of a presentence report by the Bradford County Probation Department. At sentencing, Worthington faces a maximum sentence of up to seven years plus fine(s), costs, restitution to victims, and any other conditions deemed appropriate by the sentencing court. Officer Donald Stringham of the Troy Borough Police Department arrested Worthington for the offense in October 2011.

Casandra Dimarco, 30, Spencer, N.Y., entered a plea of guilty to the offense of Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol, a misdemeanor. Dimarco will be sentenced on March 26, 2012, following preparation of a presentence report by the Bradford County Probation Department. At sentencing, Dimarco faces a maximum sentence of up to six months plus fine(s), costs, restitution to victims, loss of Pennsylvania driving privilege for at least 12 months, and any other conditions deemed appropriate by the sentencing court. Officer Derek Watkins of the Sayre Borough Police Department arrested Dimarco for the offense in September 2011.

Michael Ferguson, 57, Okolona, Alaska, entered a plea of guilty to the offense of Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol, a misdemeanor. Ferguson will be sentenced on March 12, 2012, following preparation of a presentence report by the Bradford County Probation Department. At sentencing, Ferguson faces a maximum sentence of up to six months plus fine(s), costs, restitution to victims, loss of Pennsylvania driving privilege for at least 12 months, and any other conditions deemed appropriate by the sentencing court. Trooper Brandon Allis of the Pennsylvania State Police arrested Ferguson for the offense in October 2011 following investigation of a motor vehicle crash that occurred in Burlington Township.

Elizabeth Hagadorn, 22, Towanda, Pa., entered a plea of guilty to the offense of Delivery of a Controlled Substance, a felony. Hagadorn will be sentenced on March 26, 2012, following preparation of a presentence report by the Bradford County Probation Department. At sentencing Hagadorn faces a maximum sentence of up to 15 years plus fine(s), costs, restitution to victims, loss of Pennsylvania driving privilege for at least six months, and any other conditions deemed appropriate by the sentencing court. An agent of the Pennsylvania State Police Vice and Narcotics Unit arrested Hagadorn for the offense in November 2011 following investigation of an incident that occurred in Towanda Borough.

Thomas Zawistowski, 28, Rome, Pa., entered a plea of guilty to the offense of Possession of a Controlled Substance, a misdemeanor. Zawistowski will be sentenced on March 29, 2012, following preparation of a presentence report by the Bradford County Probation Department. At sentencing Zawistowski faces a maximum sentence of up to 12 months plus fine(s), costs, restitution to victims, loss of Pennsylvania driving privilege for at least six months, and any other conditions deemed appropriate by the sentencing court. Trooper Richard Evans of the Pennsylvania State Police arrested Zawistowski for the offense in September 2011 following investigation of an incident that occurred in Rome Borough.

Thomas Merritt, 29, Mehoopany, Pa., entered a plea of guilty to the offense of Receiving Stolen Property, a felony of the third degree. Merritt will be sentenced on March 29, 2012, following preparation of a presentence report by the Bradford County Probation Department. At sentencing, Merritt faces a maximum sentence of up to seven years plus fine(s), costs, restitution to victims, and any other conditions deemed appropriate by the sentencing court.

Trooper Jeffrey Sredenschek of the Pennsylvania State Police arrested Merritt for the offense in October 2011 following investigation of an incident that occurred in Tuscarora Township.

Richard Rehfelt, 22, Towanda, Pa., entered pleas of guilty to three counts of the offense of Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol, each a misdemeanor. Rehfelt will be sentenced on each of the three counts on March 29, 2012, following preparation of a presentence report by the Bradford County Probation Department. At sentencing, Rehfelt faces a maximum total sentence of up to 18 months plus fine(s), costs, restitution to victims, loss of Pennsylvania driving privilege for at least 24 months, and any other conditions deemed appropriate by the sentencing court. Troopers John Youngblood, Norman Strauss, III, and Kevin Hibson of the Pennsylvania State Police arrested Rehfelt for the offenses in August, September, and October 2011, respectively, following investigation of incidents that occurred in Towanda, Ulster, and North Towanda Townships.

Justin Phillips, 23, Troy, Pa., entered a plea of guilty to the offense of Simple Assault, a misdemeanor of the second degree. Phillips will be sentenced on March 26, 2012, following preparation of a presentence report by the Bradford County Probation Department. At sentencing, Phillips faces a maximum sentence of up to two years plus fine(s), costs, restitution to victims, and any other conditions deemed appropriate by the sentencing court.

Trooper Joshua Thompson of the Pennsylvania State Police arrested Phillips for the offense in July 2011 following investigation of an incident that occurred in Burlington Township.

Corey Strope, 34, Sayre, Pa., entered a plea of guilty to the offense of Simple Assault, a misdemeanor of the second degree. Strope will be sentenced on March 26, 2012, following preparation of a presentence report by the Bradford County Probation Department. At sentencing Strope faces a maximum sentence of up to 24 months plus fine(s), costs, restitution to victims, and any other conditions deemed appropriate by the sentencing court.

Officer Cory Williams of the Sayre Police Department arrested Strope for the offense in July 2011.

Ronald McClure, 22, Ithaca, N.Y., entered a plea of guilty to the offense of Retail Theft, a misdemeanor of the first degree. McClure will be sentenced on March 29, 2012, following preparation of a presentencing report by the Bradford County Probation Department. At sentencing, McClure faces a maximum sentence of up to five years plus fine(s), costs, restitution to victims, and any other conditions deemed appropriate by the sentencing court.

Trooper David Pelachick of the Pennsylvania State Police arrested McClure for the offense in June 2011 following investigation of an incident that occurred in Wells Township.

David Michael MacNeal, 25, Ulster, Pa., entered a plea of guilty to the offense of Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol, a misdemeanor. MacNeal will be sentenced on March 29, 2012, following preparation of a presentence report by the Bradford County Probation Department. At sentencing, MacNeal faces a maximum sentence of up to six months plus fine(s), costs, restitution to victims, loss of Pennsylvania driving privilege for at least six months with an addition 12 month loss due to MacNeal's refusal to submit to a blood test at the time of his arrest, and any other conditions deemed appropriate by the sentencing court. Sergeant Daniel Reynolds of the Sayre Police Department arrested MacNeal for the offense in September 2011.

Matthew P. Matushin, 28, Sayre, Pa., entered a plea of guilty to the offense of Retail Theft, a misdemeanor of the first degree. Matushin will be sentenced on March 26, 2012, following preparation of a presentencing report by the Bradford County Probation Department. At sentencing, Matushin faces a maximum sentence of up to five years plus fine(s), costs, restitution to victims, and any other conditions deemed appropriate by the sentencing court.

Officer Daniel Thomas of the Athens Township Police Department arrested Matushin for the offense in October 2011.

Garret T. Wandell-McConnell, 24, Towanda, Pa., entered a plea of guilty to the offense of Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol, a misdemeanor of the first degree. Wandell-McConnell will be sentenced on March 12, 2012, following preparation of a presentence report by the Bradford County Probation Department. At sentencing, Wandell-McConnell faces a maximum sentence of up to five years plus fine(s), costs, restitution to victims, loss of Pennsylvania driving privilege for at least 18 months, and any other conditions deemed appropriate by the sentencing court. Trooper Joseph Mitchell of the Pennsylvania State Police arrested Wandell-McConnell for the offense in April 2011 following investigation of an incident that occurred in Wysox Township.

James Winterringer, 22, Wysox, Pa., entered a plea of guilty to the offense of Disorderly Conduct, a misdemeanor of the third degree. Winterringer will be sentenced on March 12, 2012, following preparation of a presentencing report by the Bradford County Probation Department. At sentencing, Winterringer faces a maximum sentence of up to one year plus fine(s), costs, restitution to victims, and any other conditions deemed appropriate by the sentencing court. Trooper Joshua Fisher of the Pennsylvania State Police arrested Winterringer for the offense in July 2011 following investigation of incidents that occurred in Wysox Township.

Benjamin L. Jerkes, 21, Endicott, N.Y., entered a plea of guilty to the offense of Unauthorized Use of a Motor Vehicle, a misdemeanor of the second degree. Jerkes will be sentenced on March 26, 2012, following preparation of a presentencing report by the Bradford County Probation Department. At sentencing, Jerkes faces a maximum sentence of up to two years plus fine(s), costs, restitution to victims, and any other conditions deemed appropriate by the sentencing court. Officer Denny Slater of the Athens Township Police Department arrested Jerkes for the offense in July 2011.

Christopher Boyer, 39, Wyalusing, Pa., entered a plea of guilty to the offense of Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol, a misdemeanor. Boyer will be sentenced on March 26, 2012, following preparation of a presentence report by the Bradford County Probation Department. At sentencing, Boyer faces a maximum sentence of up to six months plus fine(s), costs, restitution to victims, and any other conditions deemed appropriate by the sentencing court.

Trooper David Sweeney of the Pennsylvania State Police arrested Boyer for the offense in October 2011 following investigation of an incident that occurred in Herrick Township.

Michael A. Harrington, 30, Warren Center, Pa., entered a plea of guilty to the offense of Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol, a misdemeanor of the first degree. Harrington will be sentenced on March 15, 2012, following preparation of a presentence report by the Bradford County Probation Department. At sentencing, Harrington faces a maximum sentence of up to five years plus fine(s), costs, restitution to victims, loss of Pennsylvania driving privilege for at least 18 months, and any other conditions deemed appropriate by the sentencing court. Officer Nathan Ross of the Sayre Borough Police Department arrested Harrington for the offense in September 2011.

Bradford County District Attorney Daniel J. Barrett announced that the following people were recently accepted into the ARD program in the Bradford County Court of Common Pleas:

Ashley Hamilton, 20, Elmira, N.Y., charged with the offense of Possession of a Controlled Substance, was accepted into the ARD Program and placed on probation for a term of 12 months. While on probation Hamilton will be subject to supervision by the Bradford County Probation Department, which supervision will include monitoring for drug or alcohol use. Additionally, Hamilton must perform 40 hours community service. Officer Derek Watkins of the Sayre Borough Police Department arrested Hamilton for the offense.

Daniel C. Mungeer, 31, Milan, Pa., charged with the offense of Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol in September 2011 by Officer Thomas VanFleet of the Sayre Borough Police Department, was accepted into the ARD Program and placed on probation for a term of 12 months. While on probation, Mungeer will be subject to supervision by the Bradford County Probation Department, which supervision will include monitoring for drug or alcohol use.

Additionally, Mungeer must perform community service with the DUI Litter Brigade and attend a Victim Impact Panel; he will also lose his Pennsylvania driving privilege for 60 days.

Melanie R. Mick, 20, Horseheads, N.Y., charged with the offense of Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol in September 2011 by Trooper Joshua Fisher of the Pennsylvania State Police, was accepted into the ARD Program and placed on probation for a term of nine months. While on probation Mick will be subject to supervision by the Bradford County Probation Department, which supervision will include monitoring for drug or alcohol use.

Additionally, Mick must perform community service with the DUI Litter Brigade and attend a Victim Impact panel; she will also lose her Pennsylvania driving privilege for 60 days.

Jason T. Heyer, 23, Towanda, Pa., charged with the offense of Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol in September 2011 by Trooper John Youngblood of the Pennsylvania State Police, was accepted into the ARD Program and placed on probation for a term of nine months. While on probation Heyer will be subject to supervision by the Bradford County Probation Department, which supervision will include monitoring for drug or alcohol use. Additionally, Heyer must perform community service with the DUI Litter Brigade and attend a Victim Impact Panel.

Shannon R. Hazard, 24, Venus, Texas, charged with the offense of Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol in August 2011 by Trooper Wayne Dunkling of the Pennsylvania State Police, was accepted into the ARD Program and placed on probation for a term of nine months. While on probation Hazard will be subject to supervision by the Bradford County Probation Department, which supervision will include monitoring for drug or alcohol use. Additionally, Hazard must perform community service with the DUI Litter Brigade and attend a Victim Impact Panel; she will also lose her Pennsylvania driving privilege for 30 days.

Clinton D. Phillips, 25, Duncan, Okla., charged with Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol in September 2011 by Trooper Brandon Allis of the Pennsylvania State Police, was accepted into the ARD Program and placed on probation for a term of nine months. While on probation Phillips will be subject to supervision by the Bradford County Probation Department which supervision will include monitoring for drug or alcohol use. Additionally, Phillips must perform community service with the DUI Litter Brigade and attend a Victim Impact Panel; he will also lose his Pennsylvania driving privilege for 60 days.

Bradford County District Attorney Daniel J. Barrett announced that the following persons were recently sentenced in the Bradford County Court of Common Pleas, Towanda:

Jason K. Vandermark, 29, Montrose, Pa. was sentenced to a term of imprisonment in the Bradford County Correctional Facility of from 53 days to 18 months, and a fine of $500, for the offense of Insurance Fraud, a misdemeanor of the first degree. The sentence was imposed following an earlier guilty plea. Trooper Jamie Lopez of the Pennsylvania State Police arrested Vandermark for the offense in October 2011 after an incident that occurred in Towanda Borough. Vandermark may be eligible for parole after serving the minimum sentence, and, if paroled, he will be subject to supervision and monitoring by the Bradford County Probation Department.

Richard L. Johnson, 44, Towanda, Pa. was sentenced to imprisonment in the Bradford County Correctional Facility for a term of 12 days, and a fine of $300, for the summary offense of Harassment. The sentence was imposed following an earlier guilty plea. Officer David Lantz of the Towanda Borough Police Department arrested Johnson for the offense in July 2011.

Andrew W. Vanderpool, 18, Sayre, Pa. was sentenced to a term of imprisonment in the Bradford County Correctional Facility of from three months to 18 months, and a fine of $500, for the offense of burglary, a felony of the second degree. Vanderpool was also ordered to pay restitution in the amount of $467.10. The sentence was imposed following an earlier guilty plea. Officer Steven Burlingame of the Sayre Borough Police Department arrested Vanderpool for the offense in August 2011. Vanderpool may be eligible for parole after serving the minimum sentence, and, if paroled, he will be subject to supervision and monitoring by the Bradford County Probation Department.

Andrew D. Floyd, Jr., 21, Towanda, Pa. was sentenced to imprisonment in the Bradford County Correctional Facility for a term of 90 days to be followed by probation for 12 months, and a total fine of $800, for the offenses of Defiant Trespass, a misdemeanor of the third degree, and Harassment, a summary violation. The sentences were imposed following earlier guilty pleas. Officer Cody Welch of the Athens Borough Police Department arrested Floyd for the offenses in August 2011. While on probation, Floyd will be subject to supervision and monitoring by the Bradford County Probation Department and violations of probation conditions may result in revocation of probation and resentencing.

Joshua Seeley, 24, Canton, Pa. was sentenced to a term of imprisonment in the Bradford County Correctional Facility of from 120 days to 18 months, and a fine of $1500, for the offense of Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol, a misdemeanor of the first degree. Seeley will also lose his Pennsylvania driving privilege for 18 months. The sentence was imposed following an earlier guilty plea. Trooper David Sweeney of the Pennsylvania State Police arrested Seeley for the offense in July 2011 after an incident that occurred in Granville Township.

Seeley may be eligible for parole after serving the minimum sentence and, if paroled, he will be under to supervision and monitoring of the Bradford County Probation Department.

Charles May, 43, New Albany, Pa. was sentenced to probation for a term of eight months, and a fine of $250, for the offense of Disorderly Conduct, a misdemeanor of the third degree. The sentence was imposed following an earlier guilty plea. Trooper Craig Flynn of the Pennsylvania State Police arrested May for the offense in July 2011 after an incident that occurred in New Albany Borough. While on Probation, May will be subject to supervision and monitoring by the Bradford County Probation Department.

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