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June 16, 2012

Cambria County Court Report 06/17/2012

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

Jennifer Lynne Thompson, 37, 5400 block of Portage Street, Lilly, DUI-second offense, driving while license suspended or revoked and public drunkenness. Sentenced to three months home confinement and an additional 20 months probation. Ordered to pay $4,414 in costs and fines.

Daniel A. Zahurak Jr., 30, 600 block of Iolite Avenue, Johnstown, DUI-second offense and public drunkenness. Sentenced to three months home confinement and additional 21 months probation. Ordered to pay $3,893 in costs and fines.

Nicole A. Abrams, 27, Cherry Tree, receiving stolen property, forgery and passing bad check. Sentenced to 16 months to five years in state prison concurrent with any sentence she’s serving. Ordered to pay $3,872 in costs and fines.

Joseph William Bailey III, 19, 100 block of Norton Road, Johnstown, obstruction of administration of justice. Placed on probation for one year. Ordered to pay $677 in costs and fines.

Charles A. Bates, 53, 100 block of Barnhart Street, Johnstown, theft by unlawful taking. Placed on probation for one year. Ordered to pay $1,116 in costs and fines.

Richard J. Barbin, 44, 400 block of Arthur Street, Johnstown, welfare fraud. Placed on probation for three years. Ordered to pay $8,450 in costs and fines.

Tyler Andrew Bawiec, 23, 100 block of Maple Street, South Fork, drug delivery. Sentenced to 111/2 to 23 months in county prison. Ordered to pay $1,890 in costs and fines.

Andrew M. Berkey, 20, 700 block of Walters Avenue, Johnstown, simple assault and possession of drug paraphernalia. Placed on probation for 18 months. Ordered to pay $1,938 in costs and fines.

David E. Boring II, 34, 300 block of Falls Run Road, Johnstown, DUI-second offense and public drunkenness. Sentenced to one month home confinement and an additional five months probation. Ordered to pay $2,587 in costs and fines.

John Joseph Boylan, 29, 700 block of Front Street, Cresson, recklessly endangering another person. Placed on probation for two years, Ordered to pay $1,296 in costs and fines.

Tabitha Bradford, 34, 300 block of Messenger Street, Johnstown, possession of drug paraphernalia and theft by unlawful taking. Placed on probation for 18 months. Ordered to pay $2,427 in costs and fines.

Jeremy Adam Brehm, 34, 700 block of McMillen Street, Johnstown, aggravated assault and theft by unlawful taking. Sentenced to one to two years in county prison. Ordered to pay $3,694 in costs and fines.

Amy Marie Brosch, 29, 500 block of Central Avenue, Cresson, contraband and two counts of possession of drug paraphernalia. Sentenced to 8 1/2 months to two years in county prison and a consecutive two years probation. Ordered to pay $4,456 in costs and fines.

Jason Michael Buterbaugh, 33, 300 block of Railroad Street, Lilly, loitering or prowling at night. Placed on probation for one year. Ordered to pay $1,260 in costs and fines.

Jason Bryner, 27, 100 block of Catherine Street, Johnstown, disorderly conduct. Placed on probation for six months. Ordered to pay $707 in costs and fines.

Mark A. Carosi, 56, 300 block of Gelesh Street, Parkhill, disorderly conduct. Placed on probation for nine months. Ordered to pay $1,095 in costs and fines.

Shaina L. Chatman, 20, 300 block of Ebensburg Road, Johnstown, theft by unlawful taking and retail theft. Placed on probation for  30 months. Ordered to pay $3,447 in costs and fines.

Mary Elaine Clark, 34, 400 block of Fronheiser Street, Johnstown, harassment and disorderly conduct. Placed on probation for 15 months. Ordered to pay $1,890 in costs and fines.

William Charles Clinemyer II, 30, 200 block of Park Road, Lilly, simple assault, theft by unlawful taking and possession of drug paraphernalia. Sentenced to six to 23 months in county prison. Ordered to pay $3,670 in costs and fines.

William B. Cochran, 26, 600 block of Cambria Mills Road, Fallentimber, receiving stolen property. Sentenced to 11 1/2 to 23 months in county prison. Ordered to pay $5,139 in costs and fines.

Jerry Core, 30, 1000 block of Virginia Avenue, Johnstown, possession with the intent to deliver drugs. Sentenced to 11 1/2 to 23 months in the county prison. Ordered to pay $2,462 in costs and fines.

Courtney Marie Cowan, 31, Seward, theft by unlawful taking, possession of drug paraphernalia, disorderly conduct and seven charges of retail theft. Placed on probation for two years. Ordered to pay $7,441 in costs and fines.

Arthur Cox, 57, 200 block of Ebensburg Road, Johnstown, two counts of resisting arrest. Sentenced to one to two years in county prison. Ordered to pay $1,592 in costs and fines.

Paula Annetta Cross, 32, 800 block of North Main Street, Gallitzin, theft by deception. Placed on probation for six months. Ordered to pay $637 in costs and fines.

Anthony Culver, 20, 700 block of Highland Avenue, Johnstown, prohibited offensive weapon. Sentenced to three to 12 months in county prison. Ordered to pay $901 in costs and fines.

Charles Dabella, 44, 200 block of Laurel Drive, Hastings. two counts of harassment. Placed on probation for 15 months. Ordered to pay $2,524 in cost and fines.

Brandon Ray Darcangelo, 21, 500 block of Forest Avenue, Johnstown, receiving stolen property and criminal trespass. Sentenced to 10 to 23 months in county prison, plus a consecutive two years probation. Ordered to pay fines and costs totaling $8,539 in costs and fines.

Michael Steven Delarre, 24, 400 block of West Ogle Street, Ebensburg, possession of drug paraphernalia. Placed on probation for one year. Ordered to pay $1,527 in costs and fines.

Kathleen Lin Delsignore, 33, 1100 block of Linwood Avenue, Johnstown, DUI-second offense and public drunkenness. Sentenced to one month home confinement and an additional five months probation. Ordered to pay $2,532 in costs and fines.

Harry J. Delso Jr., 37, 100 block of Cook Street, Johnstown, simple assault and resisting arrest. Placed on probation for one year. Ordered to pay $7,178 in costs and fines.

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