Bradford County District Attorney Daniel J. Barrett announced that the following persons recently plead guilty and were sentenced in Bradford County Magisterial District Courts:

Justin VanBuren, 18, Canton, Pa., entered a plea of guilty before Magisterial District Judge Jonathan Wilcox to the offense of Possession of a Controlled Substance, a misdemeanor, and was sentenced to five days imprisonment in the Bradford County Correctional facility and payment of court costs. Officer Steven Vanderpool of the Canton Borough Police Department arrested VanBuren for the offense in July 2012.

Wayde Teeple, 20, Athens, Pa., entered a plea of guilty before Magisterial District Judge Michael Shaw to the offense of Theft By Unlawful Taking, a misdemeanor of the third degree, and was sentenced to imprisonment in the Bradford County Correctional Facility for a term of 90 days (suspended) plus restitution and court costs.

Officer Derek Dekar of the Athens Borough Police Department arrested Teeple for the offense in July 2012.

Richard Skovira, 25, Sayre, Pa., entered a plea of guilty before Magisterial District Judge Michael Shaw to the offense of Possession of a Controlled Substance, a misdemeanor, and was sentenced to imprisonment in the Bradford County Correctional Facility for a term of 14 days and payment of court costs. Officer Nathan Ross of the Sayre Borough Police Department arrested Skovira for the offense in July 2011.

Christopher R. Brown, 31, Athens, Pa., entered a plea of guilty before Magisterial District Judge Michael Shaw to the offense of Theft By Unlawful Taking, a misdemeanor of the third degree, and was sentenced to pay a fine of $300.00 and court costs. Officer Daniel Thomas of the Athens Township Police Department arrested Brown for the offense in March 2012.

Steven Galipeau, 31, Athens, Pa., entered a plea of guilty before Magisterial District Judge Michael Shaw to the offense of Harassment, a summary violation, and was sentenced to a fine of $300 and court costs. Officer Nikki Hoffman of the Athens Borough Police Department arrested Galipeau for the offense in March 2012.

Seth Jividen, 28, Lowman, N.Y., entered a plea of guilty before Magisterial District Judge Michael Shaw to the offense of Disorderly Conduct, a summary violation, and was sentenced to pay a fine of $300 and court costs.

Officer Bruce Hoffman of the Sayre Borough Police Department arrested Jividen for the offense in April 2012.

Korey Rowe, 22, Sayre, Pa., entered a plea of guilty before Magisterial District Judge Michael Shaw to the offense of Criminal Trespass graded as a summary violation, and was sentenced to imprisonment in the Bradford County Correctional Facility for a term of six days and payment of court costs. Officer Derek Watkins of the Sayre Borough Police Department arrested Rowe for the offense in July 2012.

Trevor Prough, 19, Sayre, Pa., entered a plea of guilty before District Magisterial Judge Michael Shaw to the offense of Criminal Trespass graded as a summary violation, and was sentenced to imprisonment in the Bradford County Correctional Facility for a term of six days and court costs. Officer Derek Watkins of the Sayre Borough Police Department arrested Prough for the offense in July 2012.

Danielle Abbot, 26, Towanda, Pa., entered a plea of guilty before District Magisterial Judge Timothy Clark to the offense of Retail Theft, graded as a summary violation, and was sentenced to pay restitution in the amount of $98.58 and court costs. Officer David Lantz of the Towanda Borough Police Department arrested Abbot for the offense in May 2012.

Mark A. Rogers, 34, Towanda, Pa., entered a plea of guilty before District Magisterial Judge Fred Wheaton to the offense of Theft of Property, Lost, Mislaid of Delivered by Mistake, graded as a misdemeanor of the third degree, and was sentenced to pay restitution in the amount of $200 and court costs. Trooper Jeffrey Sredenschek of the Pennsylvania State Police arrested Rogers for the offense in December 2011 following investigation of an incident that occurred in Wyalusing Borough.

Amy Mazonis, 41, Waverly, N.Y., entered a plea of guilty before Magisterial District Judge Michael Shaw to the offense of Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, a misdemeanor, and was sentenced to imprisonment in the Bradford County Correctional Facility of from one to 30 days plus court costs of $200. Officer Bruce Hoffman of the Sayre Borough Police Department arrested Mazonis for the offense in June 2012.

Theresa May Hayford-Baker, 48, Waverly, N.Y., entered a plea of guilty before Magisterial District Judge Michael Shaw to the offense of Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, a misdemeanor, and was sentenced to imprisonment in the Bradford County Correctional Facility for a term of 11 days and court costs. Bruce Hoffman of the Sayre Borough Police Department arrested Hayford-Baker for the offense in June 2012.

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

Mary P. McCallister, 23, Wellsburg, N.Y., entered a plea of guilty to the offense of Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol, a misdemeanor. McCallister will be sentenced on Aug. 9, 2012, following preparation of a presentence report by the Bradford County Probation Department. At sentencing, McCallister faces a total 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 Nathan Ross of the Sayre Borough Police Department arrested McCallister for the offense in April 2012.

Randall S. Johnson, 49, Wyalusing, Pa., entered a plea of guilty to the offense of Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol, a misdemeanor of the first degree. Johnson will be sentenced on Aug. 9, 2012, following preparation of a presentence report by the Bradford County Probation Department. At sentencing, Johnson 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 Wayne Dunkling of the Pennsylvania State Police arrested Johnson for the offense in February 2012 following investigation of an incident that occurred in Towanda Township.

Sherry L. Reynolds, 46, Sayre, Pa., entered plea of guilty to the offense of Delivery of a Controlled Substance, a felony. Reynolds will be sentenced on Aug. 9, 2012, following preparation of a presentence report by the Bradford County Probation Department. At sentencing, Reynolds faces a maximum sentence of up to five 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. Agents of the Pennsylvania State Police Vice and Narcotics Unit arrested Reynolds for the offense in November and December 2011 following investigation of incidents that occurred in Bradford County.

Jessica L. Page, 25, Canton, Pa., entered a plea of guilty to Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol, a misdemeanor. Page will be sentenced following preparation of a presentence report by the Bradford County Probation Department. At sentencing, Page 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 Robert Franchella of the Pennsylvania State Police arrested Page for the offense in October 2010 following investigation of an incident that occurred in Canton 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:

Kerie Labor, 24, Towanda, Pa., was sentenced to a term of imprisonment in the Bradford County Correctional Facility of from 30 days to 11 months, and a fine of $300, for the offense of Escape. The sentence was imposed following an earlier guilty plea. Deputy Donald Stringham of the Bradford County Sheriff's Office arrested Labor for the offense in February 2012 after an incident that occurred at the Bradford County Correctional Facility. Labor 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.

Kerie Labor, 24, Towanda, Pa., was sentenced to probation for a term of nine months, and a fine of $300, for the offense of Criminal Trespass. The sentence was imposed following an earlier guilty plea. Trooper Brandon Allis of the Pennsylvania State Police arrested Labor for the offense in February after an incident that occurred in Towanda Township. While on Probation, Labor will be subject to supervision and monitoring by the Bradford County Probation Department; violation of a condition of probation can result in revocation of probation and resentencing.

David Lee Shores, 54, Towanda, 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 Possession of a Controlled Substance. The sentence was imposed following an earlier guilty plea. An agent of the Pennsylvania State Police Vice and Narcotics Unit arrested Shores for the offense in January 2012 following an incident that occurred in Sheshequin Township. Shores 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.

Kyle Rudloff, 20, Sayre, Pa., was sentenced to probation for a term of 15 months, and a fine of $300, for the offense of Theft By Unlawful Taking. Rudloff was also ordered to pay restitution in the amount of $234. The sentence was imposed following an earlier guilty plea. Officer Sean Flynn of the Sayre Borough Police Department arrested Rudloff for the offense in January 2012. While on Probation, Rudloff will be subject to supervision and monitoring by the Bradford County Probation Department; violation of a condition of probation can result in revocation of probation and resentencing.

Annette A. Siciliano, 30, Towanda, Pa., was sentenced to probation for a term of 12 months, and a fine of $300.00, for the offense of Possession of a Controlled Substance, a misdemeanor. Siciliano was also ordered to pay restitution in the amount of $180, and she will lose her Pennsylvania driving privilege for six months. The sentence was imposed following an earlier guilty plea. An Agent of the Pennsylvania State Police Vice and Narcotics Unit arrested Siciliano for the offense in November 2011 following an incident that occurred in Bradford County. While on probation, Siciliano will be subject to supervision and monitoring by the Bradford County Probation Department; violation of a condition of probation can result in revocation of probation and resentencing.

Justin Garrison, 19, Athens, Pa., was sentenced to 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. He will also lose his Pennsylvania driving privilege for 12 months. The sentence was imposed following an earlier guilty plea. Sergeant James Shaw of the Athens Township Police Department arrested Garrison for the offense in May 2012. Garrison 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.

Michael S. Liberati, 30, Troy, Pa., was sentenced to a term of imprisonment in the Bradford County Correctional Facility of from 105 days to 12 months, and a fine of $300, for the offense of Operating a Motor Vehicle While Driving Privilege Suspended (habitual offender), a misdemeanor of the second degree. The sentence was imposed following an earlier guilty plea. Officer Floyd McDonald of the Troy Borough Police Department arrested Liberati for the offense in November 2011. Liberati 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.

Randy S. Ray, 28, Sayre, Pa., was sentenced to 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 Criminal Attempt to Commit Access Device Fraud, a misdemeanor of the second degree. Ray was also ordered to pay restitution in the amount of $165.61. The sentence was imposed following an earlier guilty plea. Officer Nathan Lewis of the Pennsylvania State Police arrested Ray for the offense in November 2011 after an incident that occurred in Canton Borough. Ray 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.

Raymond Harris, 33, Wyalusing, Pa., was sentenced to a term of imprisonment in a Pennsylvania State Correctional Facility of from 19 months to 48 months, and fines totaling $2300, for the offenses of Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol, a misdemeanor of the first degree; Simple Assault, a misdemeanor of the second degree; and Resisting Arrest, a misdemeanor of the second degree. Harris was also ordered to pay restitution in the amount of $7397.96 and he will lose his Pennsylvania driving privilege for 18 months. The sentences were imposed following earlier guilty pleas. Trooper John Youngblood of the Pennsylvania State Police arrested Harris for the offenses in January 2012. Harris 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.

Robert E. Buckley, Jr., 29, Wyalusing, Pa., was sentenced to probation for a term of six months, and a fine of $300, for the offense of Impersonating a Public Servant, a misdemeanor of the second degree. The sentence was imposed following an earlier guilty plea. Corporal Albert Ogden of the Pennsylvania State Police arrested Buckley for the offense in February 2012 after an incident that occurred in Franklin Township. While on probation, Buckley will be subject to supervision and monitoring by the Bradford County Probation Department; violation of a condition of probation can result in revocation of probation and resentencing.

Gyla A. Stroud, 40, Towanda, Pa., was sentenced to probation for a term of 12 months, and a fine of $500, for the offense of Possession of a Controlled Substance, a misdemeanor. Stroud will also lose her Pennsylvania driving privilege for six months. The sentence was imposed following an earlier guilty plea. An Agent of the Pennsylvania State Police Vice and Narcotics Unit arrested Stroud for the offense in November 2011 following an incident that occurred in Towanda Borough. While on probation, Stroud will be subject to supervision and monitoring by the Bradford County Probation Department; violation of a probation condition can result in revocation of probation and resentencing.

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

Crystal M. Leonard, 22, Elmira, N.Y., charged with the offense of Forgery in February 2012 by Officer Rich Horton of the Athens Township Police Department, was accepted into the ARD Program and placed on probation under the supervision of the Bradford County Probation Department for a term of 12 months. While in the ARD Program, Leonard will be subject to supervision by the Bradford County Probation Department, which supervision will include monitoring for drug and alcohol use. Additionally, Leonard must perform community service.

Albert Pezzullo, 57, Canton, Pa., charged with the offense of Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol in January 2012 by Officer Steven Vanderpool of the Canton Borough Police Department, was accepted into the ARD Program and placed on probation for a term of nine months. While on probation, Pezzullo will be subject to supervision by the Bradford County Probation Department, which supervision will include monitoring for drug or alcohol use. Additionally, Pezzullo 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.

Candice J. Hercenberg, 27, New Albany, Pa., charged with the offense of 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 nine months. While on probation, Hercenberg will be subject to supervision by the Bradford County Probation Department, which supervision will include monitoring for drug or alcohol use. Additionally, Hercenberg 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.

Craig R. Hall, 24, Canton, Pa., charged with the offense of Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol in January 2012 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, Hall will be subject to supervision by the Bradford County Probation Department, which supervision will include monitoring for drug or alcohol use.

Additionally, Hall 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.

Amanda J. Vandyke, 36, Sayre, Pa., charged with the offense of Endangering the Welfare of Children in January 2012 by Trooper Kevin Hibson of the Pennsylvania State Police, was accepted into the ARD Program and placed on probation for a term of nine months. While on probation, Vandyke will be subject to supervision by the Bradford County Probation Department, which supervision will include monitoring for drug or alcohol use.

Additionally, Vandyke must perform community service, undergo Drug/Alcohol evaluation, and submit to any treatment or counseling regimen prescribed.

Daniel J. Braisted, 34, New Albany, Pa., charged with the offense of Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol in January 2012 by Trooper Craig Flynn of the Pennsylvania Police, was accepted into the ARD Program and placed on probation for a term of 12 months. While on probation, Braisted will be subject to supervision by the Bradford County Probation Department, which supervision will include monitoring for drug or alcohol use.

Additionally, Braisted 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.

Scott E. Martin, 39, Owego, N.Y., charged with the offense of Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol in March 2012 by Trooper George Layou of the Pennsylvania State Police, was accepted into the ARD Program and placed on probation for a term of 12 months. While on probation, Martin will be subject to supervision by the Bradford County Probation Department, which supervision will include monitoring for drug or alcohol use. Additionally, Martin 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.

Edmund T. Thwaites, 46, Laceyville, Pa., charged with the offense of Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol in March 2012 by Trooper Matthew M. Grebeck of the Pennsylvania State Police, was accepted into the ARD Program and placed on probation for a term of nine months. While on probation, Thwaites will be subject to supervision by the Bradford County Probation Department, which supervision will include monitoring for drug or alcohol use. Additionally, Thwaites 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.

Austin D. Yoder, 22, Towanda, Pa., charged with the offense of Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol in March 2012 by Officer Steven Vanderpool of the Canton Borough Police Department, was accepted into the ARD Program and placed on probation for a term of 12 months. While on probation, Yoder will be subject to supervision by the Bradford County Probation Department, which supervision will include monitoring for drug or alcohol use.

Additionally, Yoder 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.

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

William M. Rowe, Jr., 63, Dushore, Pa., entered a plea of guilty to Driving Under the Influence of a Controlled Substance, a misdemeanor. Rowe will be sentenced on Aug. 13, 2012, following preparation of a presentence report by the Bradford County Probation Department. At sentencing, Rowe 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. Corporal Roger Stipcak of the Pennsylvania State Police arrested Rowe for the offense in November 2011 following investigation of an incident that occurred in Albany Township.

Matthew D. Murchake, 20, Canton, Pa., entered a plea of guilty to Resisting Arrest, a misdemeanor of the second degree, and Disorderly Conduct, a summary offense. Murchake will be sentenced on Aug. 13, 2012, following preparation of a presentence report by the Bradford County Probation Department. At sentencing, Murchake faces a maximum sentence of up to two years and ninety days plus fine(s), costs, restitution to victims, and any other conditions deemed appropriate by the sentencing court. Officer Steven Vanderpool of the Canton Borough Police Department arrested Murchake for the offense in April 2012.

Brian J. Rought, 35, Burlington, Pa., entered pleas of guilty to Default in Required Appearance, a misdemeanor of the second degree, False Identification to Law Enforcement Authorities, a misdemeanor of the third degree, and Driving While Operating Privilege is Revoked, a summary offense. Rought will be sentenced on Aug. 13, 2012, following preparation of a presentence report by the Bradford County Probation Department. At sentencing, Rought faces a maximum sentence of up to three years and 90 days plus fine(s), costs, restitution to victims, loss of Pennsylvania driving privilege for at least one year, and any other conditions deemed appropriate by the sentencing court. Deputy Sheriff Brian Wibirt of the Bradford County Sheriff's Department and Officer Joshua Heckman of the Canton Borough Police Department arrested Rought for the offenses in March and April 2012, respectively, following investigation of incidents that occurred in Bradford County.

Scott F. Swackhammer, 45, no permanent address, entered a plea of guilty to the offense of Robbery, a felony of the third degree. Swackhammer will be sentenced on Aug. 13, 2012, following preparation of a presentence report by the Bradford County Probation Department. At sentencing, Swackhammer 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 Roger Clink of the Athens Township Police Department arrested Swackhammer for the offense in March 2012.

Paul Crispell, Jr., 29, Gillett, Pa., entered pleas of guilty to Driving Under the Influence of a Controlled Substance, a misdemeanor, and Acquisition or Obtaining Possession of a Controlled Substance by Fraud of Subterfuge, a misdemeanor. Crispell will be sentenced on Aug. 13, 2012, following preparation of a presentence report by the Bradford County Probation Department. At sentencing, Crispell faces a maximum sentence of up to five years and six 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. Corporal Norman Strauss, III, of the Pennsylvania State Police arrested Crispell for the offense in September and October 2011 following investigation of incidents that occurred in Athens and Franklin Townships.

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

Amanda J. Armstrong, 36, no permanent address, was sentenced to probation for a term of 12 months, and a fine of $300, for the offense of Endangering the Welfare of a Child, a misdemeanor of the first degree. The sentence was imposed following an earlier guilty plea. Officer Timothy Cahill of the Athens Borough Police Department arrested Armstrong for the offense in July 2011. While on probation, Armstrong will be subject to supervision and monitoring by the Bradford County Probation Department; violation of a probation condition can result in revocation of probation and resentencing.

Timothy T. Haxton, 34, Waverly, N.Y., was sentenced to probation for a term of two years, and fines totaling $1000.00, for the offenses of Disorderly Conduct, a misdemeanor of the second degree; Disorderly Conduct, a misdemeanor of the third degree; and Public Drunkenness, a summary offense. The sentences were imposed following earlier guilty pleas. Officer Denny Slater of the Athens Township Police Department arrested Haxton for the offenses in November 2011. While on Probation, Haxton will be subject to supervision and monitoring by the Bradford County Probation Department; violation of a condition of probation can result in revocation of probation and resentencing.

Christopher A. Vanauken, 25, Sayre, Pa., was resentenced to a term of imprisonment in the Bradford County Correctional Facility of from six months to 18 months, and a fine of $750, for the offense of Theft By Unlawful Taking, a misdemeanor of the second degree. Vanauken was also ordered to pay restitution in the amount of $140.75. The sentence was imposed following revocation of Vanauken's original sentence of probation for violation of probation conditions. Sergeant Daniel Reynolds of the Sayre Borough Police Department arrested Vanauken for the offense in June 2008. Vanauken 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.

Michael K. West, 29, Granville Summit, Pa., was sentenced to Probation for a total term of 18 months, and fines totaling $650, for the offenses of Recklessly Endangering Another Person, a misdemeanor of the second degree; Possession of a Controlled Substance, a misdemeanor; and Harassment, a summary offense. The sentences were imposed following earlier guilty pleas. Trooper Brandon Allis of the Pennsylvania State Police arrested West for the offenses in January 2012 after an incident that occurred in Granville Township. While on Probation, West will be subject to supervision and monitoring by the Bradford County Probation Department; violation of a probation condition can result in revocation of probation and resentencing.

Amy L. Craig, 31, Rome, Pa., was sentenced to probation for a term of 12 months, and a fine of $500, for the offense of Criminal Attempt to Commit Acquisition or Possession of a Controlled Substance by Misrepresentation, a felony. Craig will also lose her Pennsylvania driving privilege for six months. The sentence was imposed following an earlier guilty plea. Officer Daniel Thomas of the Athens Township Police Department arrested Craig for the offense in May 2011. While on Probation, Craig will be subject to supervision and monitoring by the Bradford County Probation Department; violation of a condition of probation can result in revocation of probation and resentencing.

Elizabeth Bishop, 26, Ulster, Pa. was sentenced to probation for a term of 12 months, and a fine of $500, for the offense of Possession of a Controlled Substance, a misdemeanor. Bishop will also lose her Pennsylvania driving privilege for six months. The sentence was imposed following an earlier guilty plea. Officer Nathan Ross of the Sayre Borough Police Department arrested Bishop for the offense in July 2010. While on Probation, Bishop will be subject to supervision and monitoring by the Bradford County Probation Department; violation of a probation condition can result in revocation of probation and resentencing.

James C. Heath, 30, League City, Texas, was sentenced to a term of imprisonment in the Bradford County Correctional Facility of from 30 days to six months, and a fine of $750, for the offense of Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol, a misdemeanor. Heath will also lose his Pennsylvania driving privilege for 12 months. The sentence was imposed following an earlier guilty plea. Trooper Wayne Dunkling of the Pennsylvania State Police arrested Heath for the offense in April 2011 after an incident that occurred in Towanda Township.

Heath 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.

Gregory D. Baker, 21, Sayre, Pa., was sentenced to a total term of imprisonment in the Bradford County Correctional facility of from four months to 23 months, 29 days, and fines totaling $750, for the offenses of Criminal Trespass, a felony of the third degree, and Theft By Unlawful Taking, a misdemeanor of the third degree. The sentences were imposed following earlier guilty pleas. Officer John Fedorchak of the Athens Township Police Department arrested Baker for the offenses in February 2012. Baker 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.

John D. Minnier, 19, Mansfield, Pa., was sentenced to probation for a term of 18 months, and a fine of $500, for the offense of Theft by Deception, a misdemeanor of the second degree. Minnier was also ordered to pay restitution in the amount of $117.25. The sentence was imposed following an earlier guilty plea. Officer Timothy Cahill of the Athens Borough Police Department arrested Minnier for the offense in February 2011.

While on probation, Minnier will be subject to supervision and monitoring by the Bradford County Probation Department; violation of a probation condition can result in revocation of probation and resentencing.

Jeffrey S. Hadlock, 35, Athens, Pa., was sentenced to imprisonment in the Bradford County Correctional Facility for a term of 10 days, and a fine of $300, for violation of a Protection from Abuse Order. The sentence was imposed following an earlier guilty plea. Officer Timothy Cahill of the Athens Borough Police Department arrested Hadlock for the offense in June 2012.

Benjamin J. Ball, Jr., 23, Dallas, Pa., was sentenced to imprisonment in the Bradford County Correctional Facility for a term of from one month to five months and 29 days, and a fine of $500, for the offense of Criminal Conspiracy to Commit Burglary. Ball was also ordered to pay restitution in the amount of $1455.26. The sentence was imposed following an earlier guilty plea. Trooper Nathan Lewis of the Pennsylvania State Police arrested Ball for the offense in November 2011 after an incident that occurred in Wyalusing Borough.

Ball 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.

Paris S. Fulton-May, 24, Canton, Pa., was sentenced to probation for a total term of 18 months, and fines totaling $400, for the offenses of Criminal Trespass, a felony of the third degree, and Theft By Unlawful Taking, a misdemeanor of the third degree. The sentences were imposed following earkier guilty pleas.

Chief Douglas Seeley of the Canton Borough Police Department arrested Fulton-May for the offenses in November 2011. While on probation, Fulton-May will be subject supervision and monitoring by the Bradford County Probation Department; violation of a condition of probation can result in revocation of probation and resentencing.

Brian M. Edsall, 33, Towanda, Pa., was sentenced to a term of imprisonment in the Bradford County Correctional Facility of from three months to 18 months, followed by probation for a total term of 18 months, and fines totaling $1500, for the offenses of Possession of Methamphetamine Precursors, a felony; Tampering With or Fabricating Physical Evidence, a misdemeanor of the second degree; and Defiant Trespass, a misdemeanor of the third degree. Edsall will also lose his Pennsylvania driving privilege for six months. The sentences were imposed following earlier guilty pleas. Trooper Brandon Allis of the Pennsylvania State Police arrested Edsall for the offenses in December 2011 following an incident that occurred in Towanda Township. Edsall 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.

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

Bobby Jo Vigil, 44, Farmington, N.Mex., charged with Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol in February 2011 by Trooper Joseph Mitchell of the Pennsylvania State Police, was accepted into the ARD Program and placed on probation for a term of 12 months. While on probation Vigil will be subject to supervision by the Bradford County Probation Department, which supervision will include monitoring for drug or alcohol use. Additionally, Vigil 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.

Marc Eberlin, 26, Sayre, Pa., charged with Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol in February 2012 by Officer Travis Snyder 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, Eberlin will be subject to supervision by the Bradford County Probation Department, which supervision will include monitoring for drug or alcohol use.

Additionally, Eberlin 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.