Judge Cherry presides at motions court|
Wednesday, November 7, 2012
Clearfield County Judge Paul E. Cherry presided over a session of motions court Oct. 23.
• Christopher B. Morris, 53, state correctional institution, had a motion for reconsideration of sentence taken under advisement. In September, he was ordered to serve one to two years in the state prison on a charge of driving under the influence.
• Raymond A. Mikelonis Sr., 56, SCI, had a petition for withdrawal of counsel granted. In July, he was ordered to serve nine months to seven years in the SCI on a charge of possession of child pornography.
• Jeremy A. May, 30, Clearfield County Jail, had a motion to lift a no contact provision denied. In September, he was ordered to serve 12 months less one day to two years less one day in CCJ on a charge of false imprisonment.
• Abby M. O'Rourke, 28, 503 Penn St., Johnsonburg, had a petition to lift bench warrant and reinstate bail granted. She is charged with theft of property and receiving stolen property and failed to appear for criminal call in September. Bail was set at $5,000 unsecured.
• Bernie Perry, 40, 346 Harrison Ave., Greensburg, had a motion for return of property granted. Any money held by police is to be applied to his fines and costs. He was charged with possession of marijuana and person not to possess firearm.
• Holly Wolf, 23, 515 Liberty Blvd., DuBois, had a motion for reconsideration of sentence denied. In September, Wolf was found in violation of her parole and was ordered to serve 45 days in CCJ on a parole violation for the use of controlled substances. She asked the court to reconsider her sentence, as she was cooperative and it was her first violation. She is charged with acquire or obtain possession of a controlled substance.
• Jeremy Webster, 32, SCI, had a motion to amend sentencing order granted. In July, he was ordered to serve 24 months to seven years in the SCI on a charge of possession of a firearm prohibited. The court amended the order to include he be eligible to serve his sentence in Quehanna Boot Camp.
• John R. Conrad, 28, 6 Sunflower Lane, Mineral Springs, filed a petition for writ of habeas corpus. He thinks the assault charge resulted from the same incident as another case he was charged. The court ordered counsel to provide the court with case law within no more than 10 days.
• Tammy L. Park, 42, 103 Summit St., Brookville, filed a motion to quash information. The court granted the motion after her attorney argued that additional charges had been added after the preliminary hearing. She is charged with theft by deception.
• Douglas B. Hillyard, 49, 1976 Larson Road, Williamsport, filed petitions for early termination of probation supervision on two separate cases. The court granted the motion. He was on probation on charges of bad checks.
• Elliot S. Davis, 25, 8850 Old Erie Pike, West Decatur, had a petition to remove condition of sentence granted. After hearing from the victim that she wants contact, the court granted the motion. In September, he was placed on three years' probation on a charge of theft by unlawful taking.
• Tyler J. Maines, 21, 970 Cooper Ave., Grassflat, had a motion requesting a restitution hearing granted. Following a hearing, the court stated he will review the case and affidavit before making a decision. In September, he was placed on two years' probation on a charge of criminal mischief and ordered to pay more than $2,800 in restitution.
• Russell L. Morris Jr., 34, 117 S. Jared St., DuBois, had a motion to lift the no contact provision granted. In August, he was ordered to serve 30 days to one year in CCJ on a charge of corruption of minors.
• Bradley J. Billotte, 56, SCI, had a motion for reconsideration of sentence denied. In September, he was ordered to serve one to five years in the SCI on a charge of DUI.
• Shawn C. Gregory, 21, 6149 Greenville Pike, Grampian, was found in contempt of court for violation of his protection from abuse order. He received a six-month suspended sentence, received a $300 fine and is to pay $120 to the Pennsylvania State Police.
The following motions for extension of time for filing omnibus pretrial motions were granted. They were given an additional 60 days to file any motions:
• David J. Archer, 27, 814 Mary St., Houtzdale, charged with theft by unlawful taking.
• William M. Reasinger, 33, 1208 Shiloh Road, Woodland, charged with DUI.
• Megan R. Smith, 28, 1442 River Road, Clearfield, charged with DUI.