Sentencings in Clinton and Lycoming counties
LOCK HAVEN — The information in Courthouse Roundup is obtained from public records. It is policy of The Express that this information will not be withheld from publication.
r Floyd Daniel Bowmaster, charged with simple assault, will pay a fine of $900 and spend a maximum of 24 months in jail. His probation has also been revoked.
r Keith Maurice Freeman, charged with retail theft and possession of drug paraphernalia, will pay a combined fine of $600 and spend 99 days in jail. One year probation will follow the incarceration.
r Logan Michael Embick is sentenced to pay a fine of $1,000 after being charged with unauthorized use of a motor vehicle. Embick will also complete 50 hours of community service and be placed on probation for two years.
r William Edgar Snyder Jr. admitted to violating his probationary conditions set for the crime of forgery. His probation has been revoked and he will pay a fine of $500 and restitution totalling $102.19 along with a $250 DNA detection fund fee. Snyder will also spend 42 days in prison and be placed in the Intermediate Punishment Program for 60 days.
r Keith Allen Dauberman, charged with criminal solicitation/statutory sexual assault, will pay a fine of $1,000. He will be subject to submit a DNA sample and pay the $250 cost and will spend up to one year in prison.
r Robert Lee Dugan Jr., charged with involuntary deviate sexual intercourse and attempted aggravated indecent assault both of the first degree will pay a combined fine of $1,000 and be subject to submit a DNA sample and pay the $250 fee. Dugan will also be sentenced to up to 23 and a half months in prison and then be subject to 28 years probation.
r Jeffrey Eugene Taylor, who plead guilty to the possession of drug paraphernalia, will pay a fine of $100. Taylor is also sentenced to 25 hours community service and placed on probation for six months.
r Devon Paul Bowmaster is being resentenced for the charges of criminal mischief and two counts of unauthorized use of an automobile both of the second degree. For the charge of criminal mischief Bowmaster will pay a fine of $500 and spend a maximum of one year in prison. For the charges of unauthorized use of an automobile, Bowmaster will pay fines of a combined $1,000 and spend up to four years in prison. This sentence is to run consecutively with the first.
r Benson Paul Powell, who has plead guilty to his crimes, will pay a fine of $100 and be placed on probation for one year.
r Joseph Scott Rankinen, charged with rape of a child, involuntary deviate sexual intercourse with a child and terroristic threats, is sentenced to pay a fine of $500 and will spend up to 20 years in prison. Rankinen will also be expected to register as a Tier III offender with the Pennsylvania State Police for the remainder of his life. He also must pay restitution totaling $9,523.79 and have a DNA sample drawn and submitted to the State DNA database.
r Shiloh S. Flanigan, 18, of Salladasburg, charged with simple assault and criminal mischief, sentenced to 10-24 months less one day with credit for time served in the Lycoming County Prison, 50 hours community service and $1,570 restitution.
r Joseph T. Pontuis, 31, of Loganton, charged with DUI and drug possession, was sentenced to 21 days to 12 months in the Lycoming County Jail, 50 hours of community service and $1,000 in fines.
r Randy L. Fuller, 56, of 119 N. Broad St., Jersey Shore, charged with theft by unlawful taking and driving under suspension, was sentenced to serve 8 to 18 months in the Lycoming County Prison, 50 hours of community service and $1,000 in fines.
r Stephanie Heimer, 27, of 244 S. Jones St., Lock Haven, charged with retail theft and possession of an instrument of crime was sentenced to 18 months probation and 50 hours of community service.