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Sentences handed down in Clinton Courts

The following sentences were handed down in Clinton County courts.

DELIVERY, CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES – Matthew Mitchell Bartholomew of Lock Haven, charged by delivery of controlled substances, was fined $500 and was sentenced to 30 days to 23 months in the Clinton County Correctional Facility.

RETAIL THEFT – Timothy Lee Getgen of Antes Fort, charged for conspiracy to commit retail theft, was fined $750 and was placed in the Intermediate Punishment Program for 60 months, including the county’s treatment program. His Intermediate Punishment Program was subsequently revoked.

DRUG PARAPHERNALIA – Anthony Bruce Lofton of Lock Haven, charged by Lock Haven police for drug paraphernalia, was fined $50 and was placed on probation for three months.

HARASSMENT – Thomas R. Matter of Jersey Shore, charged by Pine Creek Towship police for harassment, was fined $300.

DRUNKEN DRIVING, POSSESSION – Mitchell Robert Coover of Renovo, charged by state police for intoxicated driving, delivery of a controlled substance possession and criminal trespass, was sentenced to 12 months to five years in a state correctional facility.

BAD CHECKS – Lori Lynn Neff of Flemington, charged by state police for theft by deception and bad checks, was ordered to pay restitution to all victims and was placed on probation for 36 months.

POSSESSION – Logan Trevor Pursel, no address listed, charged by Lock Haven police for prohibited weapons, drug paraphernalia, and possession of Oxycodone, was placed on probation for one year and was ordered to pay a fine.

INTOXICATED DRIVING – Glenn Edward Moore of Renovo, charged by borough police for intoxicated driving, was fined $1,500, ordered to pay numerous fees and was placed in Intermediate Punishment Program for 60 months including 30 days in the Clinton County Correctional Facility.

RETAIL THEFT – Kristen Leslie Hockenberry of Howard, charged by state police for retail theft, was fined $500, ordered to pay restitution to Wal-Mart and was placed on probation for 24 months.

MINOR MARIJUANA – Benjamin Andrew Howard of Jersey Shore, charged by Lock Haven police for minor marijuana violation, was fined $100.

DRUG PARAPHERNALIA – Christin Noel McIntyre of Burnham, charged by Lock Haven University police for drug paraphernalia, was fined $100 and was placed on probation for six months.

DRUG PARAPHERNALIA – Dwight Coy Smalley of Chicago, Ill., charged by state police for drug paraphernalia, was fined $100 and was placed on probation for six months.

HARASSMENT – Thomas R. Matter of Jersey Shore, charged by Pine Creek Township police for harassment, was fined $300.

TERRORISTIC THREATS -Kurtis Allon Hasben Jr., no address listed, charged by Lock Haven police for terroristic threats and resisting arrest, was fined $1,000 and was placed on probation for two years.

UNAUTHORIZED USE Todd Laverne Geyer Jr. of Lock Haven, charged by Lock Haven police for unauthorized use of automobiles, was fined $500, ordered to pay restitution of $768 to the city, and was placed on probation for one year.

POSSESSION Daniel Avery Mardis of Lock Haven, charged by Lock Haven police for possession of controlled substance, was fined $750 and was placed on probation for 36 months.

DRUG PARAPHERNALIA – James Carrol Sampson Jr. of Renovo, charged by state police for drug paraphernalia, was fined $750 and was placed on probation for 12 months. Sampson was also fined $750 for criminal mischief and was ordered to pay over 900 in restitution.

PFA VIOLATION – Kevin Scott Bower Jr. of Lock Haven, charged by state police for violating a Protection From Abuse order, was fined $1,000 and sentenced to three to six months in the Clinton County Correctional Facility.

PROBATION VIOLATION – Jessica Marie Laubscher of Lock Haven, charged by Woodward Township police for a probation violation, was fined $800, ordered to pay $2,900 in restitution, and was placed on probation for 60 months.

DRUG PARAPHERNALIA – Dylan Michael Fisher of Lock Haven, charged by Lock Haven police for drug paraphernalia, was fined $1,000 and was sentenced to 70 days to 12 months in prison.

Sentences handed down in Clinton Courts

The following sentences were handed down in Clinton County courts.

DELIVERY, CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES – Matthew Mitchell Bartholomew of Lock Haven, charged by delivery of controlled substances, was fined $500 and was sentenced to 30 days to 23 months in the Clinton County Correctional Facility.

RETAIL THEFT – Timothy Lee Getgen of Antes Fort, charged for conspiracy to commit retail theft, was fined $750 and was placed in the Intermediate Punishment Program for 60 months, including the county’s treatment program. His Intermediate Punishment Program was subsequently revoked.

DRUG PARAPHERNALIA – Anthony Bruce Lofton of Lock Haven, charged by Lock Haven police for drug paraphernalia, was fined $50 and was placed on probation for three months.

HARASSMENT – Thomas R. Matter of Jersey Shore, charged by Pine Creek Towship police for harassment, was fined $300.

DRUNKEN DRIVING, POSSESSION – Mitchell Robert Coover of Renovo, charged by state police for intoxicated driving, delivery of a controlled substance possession and criminal trespass, was sentenced to 12 months to five years in a state correctional facility.

BAD CHECKS – Lori Lynn Neff of Flemington, charged by state police for theft by deception and bad checks, was ordered to pay restitution to all victims and was placed on probation for 36 months.

POSSESSION – Logan Trevor Pursel, no address listed, charged by Lock Haven police for prohibited weapons, drug paraphernalia, and possession of Oxycodone, was placed on probation for one year and was ordered to pay a fine.

INTOXICATED DRIVING – Glenn Edward Moore of Renovo, charged by borough police for intoxicated driving, was fined $1,500, ordered to pay numerous fees and was placed in Intermediate Punishment Program for 60 months including 30 days in the Clinton County Correctional Facility.

RETAIL THEFT – Kristen Leslie Hockenberry of Howard, charged by state police for retail theft, was fined $500, ordered to pay restitution to Wal-Mart and was placed on probation for 24 months.

MINOR MARIJUANA – Benjamin Andrew Howard of Jersey Shore, charged by Lock Haven police for minor marijuana violation, was fined $100.

DRUG PARAPHERNALIA – Christin Noel McIntyre of Burnham, charged by Lock Haven University police for drug paraphernalia, was fined $100 and was placed on probation for six months.

DRUG PARAPHERNALIA – Dwight Coy Smalley of Chicago, Ill., charged by state police for drug paraphernalia, was fined $100 and was placed on probation for six months.

HARASSMENT – Thomas R. Matter of Jersey Shore, charged by Pine Creek Township police for harassment, was fined $300.

TERRORISTIC THREATS -Kurtis Allon Hasben Jr., no address listed, charged by Lock Haven police for terroristic threats and resisting arrest, was fined $1,000 and was placed on probation for two years.

UNAUTHORIZED USE Todd Laverne Geyer Jr. of Lock Haven, charged by Lock Haven police for unauthorized use of automobiles, was fined $500, ordered to pay restitution of $768 to the city, and was placed on probation for one year.

POSSESSION Daniel Avery Mardis of Lock Haven, charged by Lock Haven police for possession of controlled substance, was fined $750 and was placed on probation for 36 months.

DRUG PARAPHERNALIA – James Carrol Sampson Jr. of Renovo, charged by state police for drug paraphernalia, was fined $750 and was placed on probation for 12 months. Sampson was also fined $750 for criminal mischief and was ordered to pay over 900 in restitution.

PFA VIOLATION – Kevin Scott Bower Jr. of Lock Haven, charged by state police for violating a Protection From Abuse order, was fined $1,000 and sentenced to three to six months in the Clinton County Correctional Facility.

PROBATION VIOLATION – Jessica Marie Laubscher of Lock Haven, charged by Woodward Township police for a probation violation, was fined $800, ordered to pay $2,900 in restitution, and was placed on probation for 60 months.

DRUG PARAPHERNALIA – Dylan Michael Fisher of Lock Haven, charged by Lock Haven police for drug paraphernalia, was fined $1,000 and was sentenced to 70 days to 12 months in prison.