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TMCNet:  County judges sentence 24 defendants

[January 05, 2009]

County judges sentence 24 defendants

Jan 05, 2009 (The Times-Tribune - McClatchy-Tribune Information Services via COMTEX) --
The following were sentenced in Lackawanna County Court by Judge Michael Barrasse:
-- Joseph C. Grzenda, 47, 901 Prescott Ave., Apt. 1, Scranton, six months of probation after pleading guilty to bad checks.

-- Deric Bronsburg, 20, 36 Sylvanns St., Wilkes-Barre, one year of intermediate punishment after pleading guilty to possession of drug paraphernalia.

-- Brian J. Haynes, 24, 75 Tall Timber Trailer Park, Factoryville, 5? years in prison and a $2,250 fine after pleading guilty to two counts of DUI.

-- Selvin Garcia, 26, 425 S. Edwards Court, Apt. 1, Scranton, three to 10 days in prison and $1,000 fine after pleading guilty to DUI.

-- Spring M. Cadora, 29, 820 N. Main Ave., Scranton, six months of probation and a $300 fine after pleading to DUI.

-- James Ellinger, 20, 27 Fern Ave., Carbondale, one year of intermediate punishment followed by one year of probation after pleading guilty to possession of drug paraphernalia and receiving stolen property.

-- Jonas Roberts, 29, no fixed address, 16 to 32 months in prison after pleading guilty to aggravated harassment by a prisoner.

-- Donald Pringle, 50, 123 W. Market St., Scranton, 16 to 32 months in prison followed by six years of probation after pleading guilty to possession of drug paraphernalia, burglary and three counts of criminal trespass.

-- Andrew T. Morse, 25, 101 Corey St., Scranton, two to five years in prison after pleading guilty to robbery and criminal conspiracy.

-- Jeffrey J. Yestrepsky, 36, no fixed address, one to five years in prison and a $1,500 fine after pleading guilty to DUI.

-- Jeffrey Jenkins, 24, no fixed address, one to three years in prison after pleading guilty to escape.

The following were sentenced by Judge Vito Geroulo:
-- Joseph Marsala, 32, 439 Morgan St., Dickson City, 11 to 22 months in prison after pleading guilty to possession of drug paraphernalia and possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance.

-- Justin W. Morgan, 31, 1413 N. Washington Ave., Apt. 4, Scranton, three to six months in prison after pleading guilty to possession of drug paraphernalia.

-- John Sinkaus, 28, 205 Main St., Forest City, five years of intermediate punishment and a $1,500 fine after pleading guilty to DUI.

-- Robert Hlavaty, 38, 405 First Ave., Jessup, one year of probation after pleading guilty to theft by unlawful taking.


-- Richard Adams, 27, 1413 Elizabeth St., Scranton, three years of probation after pleading guilty to possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance.

-- Eric M. Schanbacher, 26, 128 Kimberly Circle, Clarks Summit, six months of intermediate punishment and a $1,000 fine followed by six months of probation after pleading guilty to DUI and possession of drug paraphernalia.

-- Michael Lee, 48, 337 Foster St., Scranton, three to 23 months in prison after pleading guilty to simple assault.

-- Richard Hartland, 59, 850 Lords Court, Scranton, six months of intermediate punishment and a $1,000 fine after pleading guilty to DUI.

-- Lawrence Wyman, 29, 2033 Price St., Scranton, two years of intermediate punishment followed by one year of probation after pleading guilty to three counts of endangering the welfare of children.

-- Thomas A. Padrezas, 43, 66 Friend St., Pittston, a $300 fine after pleading guilty to illegally operating a motor vehicle without an ignition interlock.

-- James R. Strausser, 45, RR1, Bird Road, Madison Twp., six to 23 months in prison and a $1,500 fine after pleading guilty to DUI.

-- Sherron A. Van Dorn, 33, 91 N. Eden St., Baltimore, nine to 23? months in prison after pleading guilty to possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance.

-- Alex O. Ocasio, 27, 151 Gorham Ave., Mayfield, eight months of intermediate punishment followed by one year of probation after pleading guilty to theft from a motor vehicle, attempted theft and loitering or prowling at night.

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