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December 9, 2012

Cambria County Court Report 12/10/2012

EBENSBURG — These defendants have been sentenced in Cambria County Court on the following criminal offenses (costs and fines amounts may include restitution):

Kristin M. Blough, 31, 600 block of Parker Road, Johnstown, theft by failure to make disposition of funds and theft by unlawful taking. Sentenced to six months to two years in state prison. Ordered to pay $1,687 in costs and fines.

David J. Eves Jr., 26, 600 block of Dishong Road, Johnstown, criminal conspiracy to possess with intent to deliver drugs. Sentenced to five to 23 months in county prison. Ordered to pay $1,976 in costs and fines.

Avery Louis McCall, 26, 700 block of Park Avenue, Johnstown, disorderly conduct. Placed on probation for one year. Ordered to pay $1,457 in costs and fines.

Ryan Andrew Magyar, 20, 1300 block of Good Street, Johnstown, aggravated assault, recklessly endangering another person and theft from a motor vehicle. Sentenced to nine to 23 months in county prison. Ordered to pay $8,253 in costs and fines.

Shawn Miller, 23, 200 block of Leidy Lane, Johnstown, drug possession. Sentenced to four to 23 months in county prison. Ordered to pay $2,632 in costs and fines.

Todd Allen Minor Jr., 22, 700 block of Stewart Street, Beaverdale, burglary. Placed on probation for four years. Ordered to pay $2,829 in costs and fines.

Debra Ann Morris, 36, 500 block of Sheridan Street, Johnstown, drug possession and receiving stolen property. Placed on probation for 18 months. Ordered to pay $1,938 in costs and fines.

Jamie Mott, 32, Altoona, access device fraud. Sentenced to three to 23 months in county prison. Ordered to pay $3,386 in costs and fines.

Michael James Nash, 18, 900 block of Railroad Street, Johnstown, escape. Placed on probation for two years. Ordered to pay $1,421 in costs and fines.

Marcus Lamar Nelson, 24, Rear 600 block of Coleman Avenue, Johnstown, three counts of simple assault. Sentenced to four to 23 months in county prison. Ordered to pay $1,595 in costs and fines.

Bradley A. Olsen, 21,

400 block of Slick Road, Stoystown, drug possession. Placed on probation for one year. Ordered to pay $1,530 in costs and fines.

Patrick Ronald Oschea Jr., 34, Saxton, Bedford County, theft by deception. Sentenced to four to eight months in county prison. Ordered to pay $1,133 in costs and fines.

Jevon Kisean Paul, 23, Hagerstown, Md., drug possession and false identity to police. Placed on probation for one year. Ordered to pay $1,572 in costs and fines.

Martin Owen Pope, 23, 1100 block of Church Avenue, Johnstown, harassment. Placed on probation for one year. Ordered to pay $1,779 in costs and fines.

Joseph Prave III, 46, 1500 block of William Penn Avenue, Johnstown, drug delivery. Sentenced to three to six years in state prison. Ordered to pay $1,845 in costs and fines.

Nissa Alexis Rashid, 22, 100 block of Strayer Street, Johnstown, forgery. Placed on probation for 18 months. Ordered to pay $1,500 in costs and fines.

Craig James Ream, 23, 500 block of Eisenhower Boulevard, Johnstown, criminal trespass. Sentenced to four to 23 months in county prison. Ordered to pay $2,719 in costs and fines.

Brandy Robertson, 26, 300 block of Beatrice Avenue, Johnstown, attempted access device fraud. Placed on probation for one year. Ordered to pay $1,261 in costs and fines.

James A. Rose, 32, 100 block of Singer Street, Johnstown, simple assault. Placed on probation for 18 months. Ordered to pay $1,241 in costs and fines.

Craig Roush, 39, 100 block of Harding Avenue, Revloc, theft by unlawful taking. Placed on probation for two years. Ordered to pay $2,051 in costs and fines.

Matthew Sever, 32, 500 block of Nicktown Hill Road, Northern Cambria, simple assault, Sentenced to one month to two years in county prison. Ordered to pay $79,231 in costs and fines.

Cody Leroy Shaw, 21, Philipsburg, Clearfield County, access device fraud. Sentenced to six months to two years in state prison. Ordered to pay $426 in costs and fines.

Dustin Siplivy, 26, 200 block of Huff Street, Dunlo, attempted terroristic threats. Placed on probation for five years. Ordered to pay $7,734 in costs and fines.

Thomas David Skupien, 27, 300 block of Main Street, Gallitzin, unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, fleeing or eluding police, driving while license suspended, public drunkenness and two counts of DUI. Sentenced to three months to two years in county prison. Ordered to pay $7,869 in costs and

fines.

Chester Leigh Sloan, 29, 200 Bigler Avenue, Northern Cambria, harassment, criminal mischief and loitering or prowling at night. Placed on probation for one year. Ordered to pay $2,039 in costs and fines.

Shaneon Steven Smith, 29, 100 block of Prospect Street, Johnstown, simple assault.

Sentenced to two months to two years in county prison. Ordered to pay $1,662 in costs and fines.

Marvin William Soloman III, 31, Pittsburgh, criminal conspiracy to possession with the intent to deliver drugs. Placed on probation for one year. Ordered to pay $2,532 in costs and fines.

Michael Robert Storm, 58, 700 block of Gates Road, Fallentimber, criminal mischief. Sentenced to two days to one year in county prison. Ordered to pay $2,033 in costs and fines.

John A. Stupsky, 35, Railroad Street, Nanty Glo, drug possession. Placed on probation for one year. Ordered to pay $1,888 in costs and fines.

Todd Alan Svencer, 43, D Street, Johnstown, criminal trespass. Placed on probation for two years. Ordered to pay $1,513 in costs and fines.

Darnell Duran Thompson, 39, Wilkinsburg, Allegheny County, drug delivery. Sentenced to one to two years in county prison. Ordered to pay $2,472 in costs and fines.

Aaron Matthew Todd, 26, Coalport, Clearfield County, simple assault. Placed on probation for 23 months. Ordered to pay $1,410 in costs and fines.

Leo Toney, 32, 100 block of Hammer Avenue, Johnstown, possession of drug paraphernalia and public drunkenness. Placed on probation for one year. Ordered to pay $1,496 in costs and fines.

Anthony Urbano Torres, 54, 200 block of Horner Street, Johnstown, defiant trespass. Sentenced to one to 12 months in county prison. Ordered to pay $1,364 in costs and fines.

Nicole Lynn Weakland, 27, 700 block of Highland Avenue, Ebensburg, theft by unlawful taking. Placed on probation for five years. Ordered to pay $1,732 in costs and fines.

Franklin W. Weatherwalk Jr., 39, Altoona, simple assault and two counts of child endangerment. Placed on probation for 18 months. Ordered to pay $1,642 in costs and fines.

Amanda Lynn Wentz, 25, 100 block of D Street, Johnstown, criminal mischief, disorderly conduct, recklessly endangering another person and false reports to police. Placed on probation for four years. Ordered to pay $4,112 in costs and fines.

Darrell Wholaver IV, 24, 1300 block of Second Street, Hastings, possession of drug paraphernalia. Placed on probation for one year. Ordered to pay $1,662 in costs and fines.

Cory J. Wilcox, 26, 100 block of North Red Drive, Johnstown, criminal trespass. Sentenced to three to 23 months in county prison. Ordered to pay $2,223 in costs and fines.

Matthew David Yingling, 100 block of Front Street, Mineral Point, theft by unlawful taking, defiant trespass and two counts of criminal mischief. Sentenced to five to 10 months in county prison and an additional 12 months probation. Ordered to pay $34,415 in costs and fines.

Jason Laird Zimmerman, 28, 300 block of Zimmerman Road, Colver, theft by unlawful taking and disorderly conduct. Placed on probation for two years. Ordered to pay $1,886 in costs and fines.

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