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

Jeffery Myers, Jr., 28, Ulster, Pa., entered a plea of guilty to the offense of Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol, a misdemeanor. Myers will be sentenced on August 9, 2012, following preparation of a presentence report by the Bradford County Probation Department. At sentencing, Myers 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 Donald Stringham of the Towanda Borough Police Department arrested Myers for the offense in December 2011.

Richard Rinebold, 26, Sarasota, Fla., entered a plea of guilty to the offense of Receiving Stolen Property, a misdemeanor of the third degree. Rinebold will be sentenced on Aug. 27, 2012, following preparation of a presentence report by the Bradford County Probation Department. At sentencing, Rinebold 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 Miranda Musick of the Pennsylvania State Police arrested Rinebold for the offense in January 2012 following investigation of an incident that occurred in Leroy Township.

Matthew Stiehl, 28, Rome, Pa., entered a plea of guilty to the offense of Simple Assault, a misdemeanor of the second degree, and Harassment, a summary offense. Stiehl will be sentenced on Aug. 2, 2012, following preparation of a presentence report by the Bradford County Probation Department. At sentencing, Stiehl faces a maximum sentence of up to two years and 90 days, plus fine(s), costs, restitution to victims, and any other conditions deemed appropriate by the sentencing court. Officer Bruce Hoffman of the Sayre Borough Police Department arrested Stiehl for the offense in March 2012.

Heidi Forrest, 30, Batavia, N.Y., entered a plea of guilty to the offense of False Swearing, a misdemeanor of the second degree. Forrest will be sentenced following preparation of a presentence report by the Bradford County Probation Department. At sentencing, Forrest 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 Nathan Lewis of the Pennsylvania State Police arrested Forrest for the offense in March 2009 following investigation of an incident that occurred in Sayre Borough.

Calicia Schoonover, 36, Wysox, Pa., entered a plea of guilty to the offense of Delivery of a Controlled Substance, a felony. Schoonover will be sentenced on Aug. 2, 2012, following preparation of a presentence report by the Bradford County Probation Department. At sentencing, Schoonover 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. Agents of the Pennsylvania State Police Vice and Narcotics Unit arrested Schoonover for the offense in June 2011 following investigation of an incident that occurred in Towanda Borough.

Jason Smith, 33, Columbia Crossroads, Pa., entered a plea of guilty to the offense of Driving under the Influence of Alcohol, a misdemeanor. Smith will be sentenced on Aug. 2, 2012, following preparation of a presentence report by the Bradford County Probation Department. At sentencing, Smith 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 Wayne Dunkling of the Pennsylvania State Police arrested Smith for the offense in December 2011 following investigation of an accident that occurred in Springfield Township.

Bradford County District Attorney Daniel J. Barrett announced that the following person was recently found guilty of a criminal offense following non-jury trial before the Honourable Maureen T. Beirne of the Bradford County Court of Common Pleas:

Stacy Mann, 37, Wysox, Pa., was found guilty of the offenses of Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol, a misdemeanor, and multiple traffic offenses all graded as summary violations. Mann will be sentenced following preparation of a presentence report by the Bradford County Probation Department. At sentencing, Mann faces a maximum sentence of up to six months plus fine(s), costs, restitution to victims, loss of Pennsylvania driving privilege for at least two years, and any other conditions deemed appropriate by the sentencing court.

Trooper David Sweeney of the Pennsylvania State Police arrested Mann for the offenses in December 2011 following investigation of an incident that occurred in Wysox Township.

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

Steven Donovan, 38, Rome, Pa., was sentenced to probation for a total term of two years, and a fine of $200, for the offenses of Recklessly Endangering Another Person, a misdemeanor of the second degree, and Possession of a Controlled Substance, a misdemeanor. Donovan will also lose his Pennsylvania driving privilege for six months. The sentences were imposed following earlier guilty pleas. Trooper David Pelachick of the Pennsylvania State Police arrested Donovan for the offenses in December 2011 after an incident that occurred in Windham Township. While on Probation, Donovan will be subject to supervision and monitoring by the Bradford County Probation Department; violation of probation conditions can result in revocation of probation and resentencing.

Jeremy Best, 40, Troy, Pa., was ordered to pay a fine of $300 and court costs following his conviction for violation of a Protection from Abuse Order. Officer Floyd McDonald of the Troy Borough Police Department arrested Best for the offense in June 2012 after an incident that occurred in Troy Borough.

Barclay L. Vanderpool, 21, Towanda, Pa., was sentenced to a total term of imprisonment in the Bradford County Correctional Facility of from 120 days to 23 months, 29 days, and fines totaling $700, for the offenses of Corruption of Minors, a misdemeanor of the first degree, and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, a misdemeanor. The sentences were imposed following earlier guilty pleas. Chief Mitchell Osman of the Towanda Borough Police Department arrested Vanderpool for the offenses in October 2009. 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.

Katrina L. Morse, 24, no permanent address, was sentenced to a term of imprisonment in the Bradford County Correctional Facility of from four months to 18 months, and a fine of $200, for the offense of Indecent Assault. The sentence was imposed following a guilty plea to the offense of Indecent Assault, a misdemeanor of the first degree. Corporal Albert Ogden of the Pennsylvania State Police arrested Morse for the offense in December 2011 after an incident that occurred in Columbia Township. Morse 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.

Chad A. Fassett, 29, Wyalusing, Pa., was sentenced to a total term of imprisonment in a Pennsylvania State Correctional Facility of from 24 months and three days to five years, and fines totaling $2250, for the offenses of Burglary, a felony of the second degree; two counts of Theft By Unlawful Taking, each a misdemeanor of the second degree; Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol, a misdemeanor; and Possession of a Controlled Substance, a misdemeanor. Fassett was also ordered to pay restitution in the amount of $1175. The sentences were imposed following earlier guilty pleas. Troopers Joseph Mitchell and Michael Moser of the Pennsylvania State Police arrested Fassett for the offenses in December 2011 and January 2012, respectively, after incidents that occurred in Wyalusing Township. Fassett 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.

Cory Potter, 31, Warren Center, Pa., was sentenced to a term of imprisonment in a Pennsylvania State Correctional Facility of from seven days to six months, and a fine of $500, for the offense of Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol, a misdemeanor. Potter will also lose his Pennsylvania driving privilege for 12 months. The sentence was imposed following an earlier guilty plea. Corporal Norman Strauss, III, of the Pennsylvania State Police arrested Potter for the offense in September 2011 after an incident that occurred in Towanda Township. Potter 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.

Manley Chapman, 23, South Waverly, Pa., was sentenced to imprisonment in the Bradford County Correctional Facility for a total term of from 10 days and 72 hours to 12 months, and fines totaling $1300, for the offenses of Resisting Arrest, a misdemeanor of the second degree, and Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol, a misdemeanor. Chapman will also lose his Pennsylvania driving privilege for 12 months because of his DUI conviction, and for an additional 12 months for his refusal to submit to chemical testing of his blood at the time of his arrest for DUI. The sentences were imposed following earlier guilty pleas to the offense of Driving under the Influence of Alcohol, a misdemeanor, and Resisting Arrest, a misdemeanor of the second degree. Officer Nathan Ross of the Sayre Borough Police Department arrested Chapman for the offenses in February 11, 2012, after an incident in Sayre Borough. Chapman 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.

Darwin Pitty-Deleon, 23, Towanda, Pa., was sentenced to a term of imprisonment in the Bradford County Correctional Facility of from 94 days to 18 months followed by Probation for a term of six months, and fines totaling $1800, for two counts of the offense of Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol, a misdemeanor of the first degree and a misdemeanor, respectively. Pitty-Deleon will also lose his Pennsylvania driving privilege for 18 months. The sentences were imposed following earlier guilty pleas. Trooper Joseph Mitchell of the Pennsylvania State Police and Officer Ryan Edsell of the Towanda Borough Police Department arrested Pitty-Deleon for the offenses in August 2011 and January 2012, respectively, after incidents that occurred in Wysox Township and Towanda Borough. Pitty-Deleon may be eligible for parole after serving the minimum sentence and, if paroled, and while on probation, he will be subject to supervision and monitoring by the Bradford County Probation Department. Violations of probation conditions can result in revocation of probation and resentencing.

Joshua Sherman, 22, Mansfield, Pa., was sentenced to probation for a term of six months, and a fine of $300.00, for the offense of Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol, a misdemeanor. The sentence was imposed following an earlier guilty plea. Corporal Norman Strauss, III, of the Pennsylvania State Police arrested Sherman for the offense in September 2011 after an incident that occurred in Litchfield Township.

Tyrone Garnett, 20, Towanda, Pa., was sentenced to a term of imprisonment in a Pennsylvania State Correctional Facility of from 12 months and one day to 36 months, and a fine of $1250, for the offenses of Simple Assault, Unlawful Restraint, and Unauthorized Use of a Motor Vehicle, each a misdemeanor of the second degree. The sentences were imposed following the revocation of Garnett's original sentences of probation for violation of probation conditions. Corporal Norman Strauss, III, of the Pennsylvania State Police arrested Garnett for the offenses in January 2011 after an incident that occurred in North Towanda Township.

Jesse Rodriguez, 27, Beaver Falls, Pa., was sentenced to a term of imprisonment in a Pennsylvania State Correctional Facility of from 15 months to three years, and a fine of $3000, for the offense of Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol, a misdemeanor of the first degree. Rodriquez will also lose his Pennsylvania driving privilege for 18 months because of his DUI conviction and for an additional 18 months due to his refusal to submit to blood testing at the time of his DUI arrest. The sentence was imposed following an earlier guilty plea. Officer Joshua Lake of the Towanda Borough Police Department arrested Rodriguez for the offense in April 2011 after an incident that occurred in Towanda Borough. Rodriquez 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.

Eric Greninger, 34, Ulster, Pa., was sentenced to a term of imprisonment in the Bradford County Correctional Facility of from 40 days to six months, and a fine of $750, for the offense of Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol, a misdemeanor. Greninger will also lose his Pennsylvania driving privilege for 12 months. The sentence was imposed following an earlier guilty plea. Officer Thomas VanFleet of the Athens Township Police Department arrested Greninger for the offense in September 2011 after an incident that occurred in Athens Township. Greninger 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; violation of probation conditions can result in revocation of probation and resentencing.

Thomas Manning, 41, Sayre, Pa., was sentenced to a term of imprisonment in the Bradford County Correctional Facility of from 15 days to one year, and a fine of $300, for the offense of receiving Stolen Property, a misdemeanor of the third degree. The sentence was imposed following an earlier guilty plea. Officer John Fedorchak of the Athens Township Police Department arrested Manning for the offense in February 2012 after an incident that occurred in Athens Township. Manning 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.

Cassandra Kinner, 23, Towanda, Pa., was sentenced to a term of imprisonment in the Bradford County Correctional Facility of from 72 hours to six months, and a fine of $500, for the offense of Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol, a misdemeanor. Kinner will also lose her Pennsylvania driving privilege for 12 months. The sentence was imposed following an earlier guilty plea. Trooper David Sweeney of the Pennsylvania State Police arrested Kinner for the offense in July 2010 after an incident that occurred in Towanda Borough. Kinner 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.

Gary Lane, 39, Gillett, Pa., was sentenced to a term of imprisonment in the Bradford County Correctional Facility of from 120 days to 23 months, 29 days, and a fine of $1500, for the offense of Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol, a misdemeanor of the first degree. Lane will also lose his Pennsylvania driving privilege for 18 months. The sentence was imposed following an earlier guilty plea. Trooper Joshua Fisher of the Pennsylvania State Police arrested Lane for the offense in November 2010 after an incident that occurred in Ridgebury Township. Lane 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.

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

Joshua M. Chapman, 20, Monroeton, Pa., charged with the offense of Possession of a Controlled Substance in December 2011 by Trooper Brandon Allis of the Pennsylvania State Police, was accepted into the ARD Program and placed on probation for a term of 12 months. While on probation Chapman will be subject to supervision by the Bradford County Probation Department, which supervision will include monitoring for drug or alcohol use.

Additionally, Chapman must perform community service and undergo drug and alcohol evaluation and treatment as prescribed.

Jonathan M. Applebee, 25, Towanda, Pa., charged with Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol in November 2011 by Trooper Kevin Hibson of the Pennsylvania State Police, was accepted into the ARD Program and placed on probation for a term of 12 months. While on probation Applebee will be subject to supervision by the Bradford County Probation Department, which supervision will include monitoring for drug or alcohol use. Additionally, Applebee 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.

Robert W. Barth, III, 26, Laceyville, Pa., charged with Access Device Fraud in September 2011 by Trooper David Kittle of the Pennsylvania State Police, was accepted into the ARD Program and placed on probation for a term of 18 months. While on probation Barth will be subject to supervision by the Bradford County Probation Department, which supervision will include monitoring for drug or alcohol use. Additionally, Barth must perform community service.

Stephen M. Cook, 34, Rome, Pa., charged with Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol in January 2012 by Officer Nathan Ross of the Sayre Borough Police Department, was accepted into the ARD Program and placed on probation for a term of nine months. While on probation Cook will be subject to supervision by the Bradford County Probation Department, which supervision will include monitoring for drug or alcohol use. Additionally, Cook must perform community service with the DUI Litter Brigade and attend a Victim Impact Panel; he will also lose his Pennsylvania driving privilege for 30 days.

Carlos Silva, 23, Towanda, Pa., charged with Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol in January 2012 by Officer Nathan Ross of the Sayre Borough Police Department, was accepted into the ARD Program and placed on probation for a term of nine months. While on probation, Silva will be subject to supervision by the Bradford County Probation Department, which supervision will include monitoring for drug or alcohol use. Additionally, Silva 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.

Christopher S. Shumin, 26, Sayre, Pa., charged with Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol in March 2012 by Officer Derek Watkins 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 Shumin will be subject to supervision by the Bradford County Probation Department, which supervision will include monitoring for drug or alcohol use. Additionally, Shumin 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.

Raul Madera, 29, Gorman, Texas, charged with Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol in October 2011 by Trooper Craig Flynn of the Pennsylvania State Police, was accepted into the ARD Program and placed on probation for a term of 12 months. While on probation, Madera will be subject to supervision by the Bradford County Probation Department, which supervision will include monitoring for drug or alcohol use. Additionally, Madera 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.