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February 2, 2013

Cambria County Court Report 02/03/2013

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

Edward John Zatek, 57, 800 block of Orchard Street, Portage, resisting arrest and public drunkenness. Sentenced to two days to 23 months in county prison. Ordered to pay $2,254 in costs and fines.

Justin Patrick Adolph, 20, 300 block of Beatrice Avenue, Johnstown, statutory sexual assault. Sentenced to 111/2 to

23 months in county prison. Ordered to pay $1,296 in costs

and fines.

Courtney Alwine, 30, 200 block of Butler Avenue, Johns-town, drug delivery. Sentenced to three to 23 months in county prison. Ordered to pay $1,323 in costs and fines.

Alan E. Anderson, 26, 700 block of Sarah Place, Johnstown, resisting arrest. Placed on probation for one year. Ordered to pay $477 in costs and fines.

Gregory William Bassett, 27, 200 block of Riverside Drive, Elmora, theft by unlawful taking. Sentenced to four to 23 months in county prison. Ordered to pay $1,795 in costs and fines.

Jason Ryan Collier, 20, 1000 block of Soap Hollow Road, Davidsville, theft by unlawful taking and drug possession. Sentenced to 111/2 to 23 months in county prison. Ordered to pay $3,181 in costs and fines.

James Thomas Eckenrod, 38, 300 block of McMillan Street, Johnstown, receiving stolen property. Placed on probation for five years. Ordered to pay $3,799 in costs and fines.

Thomas C. Gelet Jr., 30, 100 block of Tremont Road, Johnstown, flight to avoid apprehension and possession of drug paraphernalia. Sentenced to one to 12 months in county prison. Ordered to pay $1,167 in costs and fines.

Christopher M. Gonzales, 21, Highspire, Dauphin County, recklessly endangering another person. Placed on probation for two years. Ordered to pay $1,679 in costs and fines.

Danielle Megan Hall, 21, 400 block of Vickroy Avenue, Johnstown, corrupting the morals of a minor. Sentenced to two months to two years in county prison. Ordered to pay $1,068 in costs and fines.

Robert Jackson, 29, Queens, N.Y., institutional vandalism. Sentenced to three to six months in state prison. Ordered to pay $1,431 in costs and fines.

Codie Jones, 21, 1600 block of Swigle Mountain Road, Mineral Point, criminal trespass, unsworn falsification, receiving stolen property, drug possession and two counts of theft by unlawful taking. Sentenced to six to 23 months in county prison. Ordered to pay $19,438 in costs and

fines.

Martha Michaels, 40, St. Michael, simple assault. Placed on probation for one year. Ordered to pay $1,062 in costs and fines.

Christopher J. Moschgat, 100 block of Pear Lane, Ashville, recklessly endangering another person. Placed on probation for six months. Ordered to pay $2,088 in costs and fines.

Vanthony Dwayne Nichkolson Jr., 400 block of Decker Avenue, Johnstown, resisting arrest. Sentenced to two days to 12 months in county prison. Ordered to pay $1,262 in costs and fines.

Brian James Reed, 21, 700 block Sherman Street, Johnstown, receiving stolen property. Placed on probation for 12 months. Ordered to pay $1,212 in costs and fines.

Suzanne M. Riley, 33, 100 block of Kid Long Road, Gallitzin, aggravated assault by motor vehicle, DUI and public drunkenness. Sentenced to one to two years, to be served by home confinement. Ordered to pay $7,979 in fines and costs.

Dorsey Scott Slagle, 51, 100 block of Grass Avenue, Johnstown, simple assault and terroristic threats. Sentenced to eight to 23 months in county prison. Ordered to pay $1,305 in costs and fines.

Benjamin A. Stringent, 24, 300 block of Cathedral Drive, Cresson, receiving stolen property. Placed on probation for one year. Ordered to pay $1,087 in costs and fines.

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