Sentencings in Clinton and Lycoming counties

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CLINTON COUNTY

r Timothy Lee Getchen, charged with criminal conspiracy-retail theft, fined $750 and sentenced to 213 to 426 days in Clinton County Correctional Facility. Since defendant has served the maximum sentence, this matter is terminated.

r Timothy Lee Getchen, charged with criminal conspiracy-retail theft, fined $750, sentenced to 30 to 60 months in state prison and placed in Recidivism Risk Reduction Incentive Program for 22 months and 15 days. He receives credit for 236 days in custody.

r Lesley Anne Ruszkai, charged with retail theft, fined $500, pay $26.82 in restitution to Puff’s Store, spend a maximum of 24 months in state prison, and may be placed in Recidivism Risk Reduction Incentive Program for a minimum of 9 months following prison sentence.

r Lesley Anne Ruszkai, charged with forgery, fined $500, sentenced to 12 to 30 months in state prison. She recieves 196 days credit for time in custody.

r Lorissa Laeloni Shade, charged with possession of drug parphernalia, fined $300, sentenced to 6 to 12 months in state prison and eligible for Recidivism Risk Reduction Incentive Program.

r Lorissa Laeloni Shade, charged with theft, fined $300, pay restitution of $400 and spend 30 to 60 months in state prison.

r Paul Larue Letterman, charged with driving under the influence, fined $500, placed on County Intermediate Punishment for six months, and 2 days of restrictive intermediate punishment.

r Joseph Michael Durren, charged with false imprisonment and resisting arrest, fined a total of $1,000, and spend a maximum of 48 months in state prison.

r Johnathan Damion Williams, charged with possession of drug paraphernalia and terroristic threats, fined $350, placed on probation for 27 months and 90 days of reporting.

r Kevin Matthew Timko, charged with controlled substance act and possession of drug paraphernalia, fined a total of $1,000 and spend a maximum of 23 months in prison with the possibility of parole.

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