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Gibson Barracks Report
AYP And MVSD
Sentencing Report

Courthouse Report

 

Gibson Barracks Report
Compiled By Melinda Darrow

CRIMINAL MISCHIEF

On July 28, between midnight and 4:05 a.m., several vehicles, parked at the residence of Frederick Rindock in Clifford Twp., were damaged when various tires were sliced through the sidewalls.

THEFT-FRAUD

Robert and Laura Ralston of Hallstead discovered that between July 7 and July 24 several transactions were completed on their credit card without their authorization.

CRIMINAL MISCHIEF

Joseph Soliman of Carbondale reported that sometime between the 25 and 27 of July his mailbox in Lenox Twp. was smashed with a vehicle.

CRASH

On July 21, at approximately 3:00 a.m., David Anderson of Great Bend was traveling northbound on SR 171 in that township. Entering a construction zone controlled by a traffic light, Anderson lost control of his vehicle while negotiating a curve in the roadway and attempting change lanes into single lane traffic. The Mazda impacted an attenuator before striking a series of concrete barriers and beginning a rollover towards its driver's side, coming to a final rest on its side blocking the southbound travel lane. Anderson was wearing a seatbelt; he was not injured during the collision.

CRASH

On July 24, at approximately 9:55 p.m., two unnamed drivers were traveling in different lanes of Interstate 81 in Lenox Twp. As the two entered a merge point at the beginning of a work zone (in which the left lane was closed) the driver in the left lane stayed in this lane as it narrowed, attempting to pull in front of the driver in the right lane when there was not sufficient clearance. The right rear corner of the merging vehicle struck the left front corner of the other. As no driver information was given in the report, it is unknown whether safety equipment was utilized, it is stated however that no medical facilities or ems were involved.

CRIMINAL MISCHIEF

Between the 19th and 20th of July several windows were smashed in a shed at the rear of property belonging to Daniel Gemmer in Gibson, Twp.

TERRORISTIC THREATS - CRIMINAL MISCHIEF

A threat was painted, in spray paint, on a trailer belonging to Edward Dorak of Friendsville sometime between the 15th and 16th of July.

BURGLARY

Between the 14th and 15th of July it was reported that someone attempted entry into Starchi's Pizza in Hallstead Borough without authorization to do so.

THEFT

On July 13, at approximately 10:00 p.m., a juvenile stole a bicycle that was parked along Chase Avenue in Hallstead Borough. He or she was arrested for this crime.

HIT AND RUN

On July 15 at approximately 2:00 a.m., an unknown person was traveling southbound on SR1019 in Oakland Twp. when his or her vehicle crossed both the center lines and the northbound lane before exiting the roadway with the driver side wheels. The Ford F150 then continued approximately 70' along the shoulder before striking a guardrail end with its front end. The driver then moved the vehicle from the scene, turning it around and driving it northbound along SR1019 and SR0092 before it became inoperable approximately 1 mile from the scene. The registered owner, Lorie Dewitt, claimed the vehicle was stolen from her driveway. Anyone with information is asked to call PSP/Gibson at (570) 465-3154.

BURGLARY

Sometime overnight on the 12th of July the New Milford Coffee Shop was entered via an open window. The door of the Joker Poker Machine was pried open, and all money removed from within it.

THEFT/FRAUD

On July 22, it was reported, a credit card belonging to Donna Goff of New Milford was utilized to purchase stamps on-line. The report, at the time of report, was pending further investigation.

LOST AND FOUND

On July 13, at approximately noon, a mountain bike was found on Airport Drive in Herrick Twp. The bike was subsequently turned over to PSP on July 23. If you believe that you may be the owner of said bike you are asked to contact PSP Gibson at (570) 465-3154 and reference incident # R05-0741021.

RETAIL THEFT

On July 23, at approximately 6:49 a.m., an unknown person driving a black Nissan Pathfinder pumped $15.29 worth of gas from the Liberty Truck Stop in Harford, PA and then drove off traveling North on I81.

CRASH

On July 23, at approximately 3:40 a.m., Eden Geonanga of Mississauga, ON was traveling, with four passengers, southbound on SR 0081 when the left rear tire of her vehicle blew out. This caused Geonanga to lose control of her vehicle, which left the roadway from the east berm, struck the guardrail with the front left fender, and continued approximately 100' along it before coming to a rest against the rail, facing in a southerly direction.

CRIMINAL MISCHIEF

On July 22 at approximately 7:00 p.m., one or more unknown person(s) driving a red SUV apparently shot out the rear window of a vehicle belonging to Rhonda Smith of Harford. A BB gun was used in the crime, after which event the perpetrator(s) fled north on Tingley Lake Rd.

THEFT

Several pieces of Quarry Equipment, including a table saw, a generator, an air compressor, a water pump, a battery charger, and some tools, were stolen from the property of Jerry Bennett in New Milford Twp.

HIT AND RUN

On July 5, at 9:20 p.m., Ben Pisasik of Kingsley was traveling on State Highway 2024 in Brooklyn Twp. when his Ford traveled off the roadway and struck a fence and a utility.

ATTEMPTED BURGLARY/CRIMINAL MISCHIEF

On July 9 one or more persons attempted to break into the Endless Mts. Ice Cream Parlor in Great bend via a rear door. The attempt was unsuccessful, but the door was damaged in the process. Jerry Neary is the owner of the shop.

DUI

Matthew Ely was traveling at a fast speed on SR 29 when he was pulled over due to the strong odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from him. He failed both field sobriety tests and was arrested for DUI. Charges were filed in Montrose.

If you have information regarding any of these incidents please contact PSP Gibson at (570) 465-3154.

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AYP And MVSD
By Melinda Darrow

Karen Voigt, the Mountain View school district's curriculum coordinator, updated those present at the July 29 school board meeting on the district's PSSA progress. After last year, both schools were in School Improvement I. At the elementary level, the reading scores for the free and reduced lunch population had been problematic. This year the elementary students rose to the challenge, meeting 17 out of 17 targets (8 math, 8 reading, and attendance rate). While in some areas AYP (Adequate Yearly Progress) was not met, enough progress was made to qualify for safe harbor or confidence interval designation, and to bring the entire school into a “making progress” status. This is the best the school could have done this year; it takes two years to get into school improvement and two years to get out of it. The secondary school had been in school improvement from the previous year due to its math scores. While students were able to improve these sufficiently, the reading scores for the IEP population became problematic, causing the school to meet only 16 out of 17 targets. Although students and staff can be commended for meeting most of the targets, and for the math improvement, this still leaves the district in school improvement. This next year is very important, Mrs. Voigt emphasized, as it is slated to be the last year where the percentages remain the same; the year following they will be raised even higher. The students, staff, and administration of the schools were commended for the progress which has been made.

Mrs. Pipitone, the elementary principal, and Mrs. Voigt are working on approaching PSSA scores in another way as well, by improving the climate for the school. The elementary faculty is working hard on implementing swebs, or the school wide effective behavior support initiative. This system focuses on promoting positive behavior, through positive incentives. Charts and honors will be displayed throughout the school. A behavior committee will train other staff so that throughout the school rules and expectations will be universal, and lesson plans were worked on to instruct proper cafeteria, hall, and classroom behavior.

Dr. Chichura spoke briefly on the budget issue. He had received a few e-mails indicating that there may be some compromise in the budget, he reported, but he felt that it may be a few weeks yet before it was voted on. Having the budget still out leaves a few matters in flux. Final forms were submitted to Harrisburg for the dual enrollment program. Students did not take a lot of advantage of this opportunity last year, it was reported, and with money for the program expected to go down this year the program may be limited by fund availability. Actually, there is talk of the dual enrollment program not being included in the budget this year, so it may be a moot point. On the other hand, there is talk of the Classrooms for the Future program potentially being re-funded.

The new food services management company, Nutrition, Inc., plans on installing two additional vending machines at the district during the coming school year. These will be food machines, one at the high school and one at the elementary, which will be located in the hall so as to be accessible to all after school and on weekends. All food within the machines will meet the dictates of the wellness policy. The company is also working on the availability of box lunches.

Mrs. Jesse pointed out a trend to those present. As budgets decrease in school districts, it has been shown that the number of students in classes have been increasing, along with staff furloughs. She commended the district for doing what it has to avoid furloughs.

Dr. Chichura gave a presentation on wind energy, having done research and located two schools in Iowa for which the move has been beneficial. One district projected a complete payback of their investment within 8.5 years and realized it in 3.5, less than half the time. That district now has two turbines in place. Dr. Chichura felt that Mountain View, with it was estimated would need between 660 and 1000 kw for the district, would be better served by two small turbines as opposed to one large. As it was the first district in the state to heat with the wood chips, he said, Mountain View could be the first school in the state to utilize a wind turbine to generate its electricity. He proposed a field trip of sorts, in which board members and administration would go to Iowa to see at least two of the districts in that state that already made the move.

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Sentencing Report

Following is the Susquehanna County sentencing report for July, 2009 as submitted by the county District Attorney’s office.

Chad Michael Ramey, 28, of Montrose, to 3 days to 6 months in Susquehanna County Correctional Facility, pay a $1,000 fine, pay cost of prosecution, pay $50 CAT fund Surcharge, pay $10 EMS, pay $300 Act 198 fee, complete alcohol highway safe driving school program, receive a drug and alcohol evaluation for Driving Under the Influence in Bridgewater Township on January 27, 2007. The defendant also received 90 days to 15 months in Susquehanna County Correctional Facility, pay $1,500 fine, pay cost of prosecution, pay $50 Criminal Justice Enhancement Act fee, pay $10 EMS, pay $300 Act 198 fee, pay $50 CAT fund surcharge, complete alcohol highway safe driving school program, receive a drug and alcohol evaluation, not to utilize alcoholic beverages or controlled substances without a valid medical prescription, be subject to Pennsylvania Ignition Interlock law for Driving Under the Influence in Dimock Township on February 1, 2009.

Jason E Gerhard, 22, of Montrose, to 30 days to 6 months in Susquehanna County Correctional Facility, pay $750 fine, pay cost of prosecution, pay $100 CAT fund surcharge, pay $10 EMS, pay $100 Act 198 fee, be subject to Pennsylvania Ignition Interlock program, complete alcohol highway safe driving school program, continue with drug and alcohol counseling on an outpatient basis for Driving Under the Influence in Silver Lake Township on February 21, 2009. The defendant also received a $150 fine and cost of prosecution for Disorderly Conduct on February 21, 2009.

Paul E Propert, 26, of Susquehanna, to 30 days to 6 months in Susquehanna County Correctional Facility, pay $750 fine, pay $100 Cat fund surcharge, pay $10 EMS, pay $100 Act 198 fee, subject to Pennsylvania Ignition Interlock Law, complete alcohol highway safe driving school program, receive a drug and alcohol evaluation, not to possess transport or consume alcoholic beverages, continue with counseling for Driving Under the Influence in Bridgewater Township on February 8, 2009.

Whitman Kirk Dixon, 46, of Great Bend, to 90 days to 18 months in Susquehanna County Correctional Facility, served 45 days incarceration and 45 days home confinement, pay $1,500 fine, pay cost of prosecution, pay $50 Criminal Justice Enhancement Act fee, pay $100 CAT fund surcharge, pay $10 EMS, pay $300 Act 198 fee, complete alcohol highway safe driving school program, subject to Pennsylvania Ignition Interlock Law for Driving Under the Influence in New Milford Township on August 10, 2008.

Donald Lee Groover, 40, of Montrose, to 10 days to 15 months in Susquehanna County Correctional Facility, pay $500 fine, pay cost of prosecution, pay $200 Cat fund surcharge, pay $10 EMS, pay $100 Act 198 fee, pay $50 Criminal Justice Enhancement Act Fee, subject to PA Ignition Interlock Law, complete alcohol highway safe driving school program, receive a drug and alcohol evaluation, not to possess transport or consume alcoholic beverages, perform 25 hours community service for Driving Under the Influence in Montrose on December 31, 2008.

Simon Frailey, 19, of New Milford, to 18 months probation, pay $300 fine, pay $50 Criminal Justice Enhancement Act fee, pay cost of prosecution, not to have contact with anyone on supervision, perform 25 hours of community service pay restitution to victims involved in this case for Receiving Stolen Property in Susquehanna Borough on October 18, 2008.

Michael R Ruska, 25, of Binghamton, NY to 20 months probation, to run concurrent with New York sentence, pay $300 fine, pay cost of prosecution, pay $50 Criminal Justice Enhancement Act fee, perform 50 hours community service, supervision may be transferred to New York State, not to possess firearms for Recklessly Endangering Another Person in Silver Lake Township on October 24, 2006. The defendant also received 12 months probation to run concurrent to the above sentence, pay $300 fine, pay cost of prosecution, pay $10 EMS, pay $30 CAT fund surcharge for Accident Involving Damage to Attended Vehicle or Property in Silver Lake Township on October 24, 2006.

Mark Joseph Howell, 19, of Scranton, to 1 year probation, pay $250 fine, pay cost of prosecution, maintain full employment, supervision may be transferred to Lackawanna County, receive a drug and alcohol evaluation for Disorderly Conduct in Forest City Borough on April 12, 2009. The defendant also received 18 months probation, pay $400 fine, pay cost of prosecution, pay $50 Criminal Justice Enhancement Act fee, pay restitution to the victims in this case, maintain full employment, obtain GED, perform 50 hours community service for Criminal Mischief in Forest City Borough on April 12, 2009.

Ryan Harold Groover, 27, of Montrose, to 15 months probation, pay $400 fine, pay $50 Criminal Justice Enhancement Act fee, pay cost of prosecution, perform 25 hours community service, not to utilize alcoholic beverages or controlled substances without a valid medical prescription, receive drug and alcohol counseling if necessary for Forgery in Bridgewater Township on October 20, 2007.

William C Prentice, 30, of New Milford, to 6 months probation, pay $300 fine, pay cost of prosecution, pay $100 Act 198 fee, pay $50 CAT surcharge, pay $10 EMS, receive a drug and alcohol evaluation, complete alcohol safe driving school program for Driving Under the Influence in New Milford Borough on March 17, 2009.

Richard Timothy Engroff, 35, of Forest City, to 6 months probation, pay $200 fine, pay cost of prosecution, pay $250 DNA testing fee and submit sample, pay $100 Act 198 fee, pay $50 Criminal Justice Enhancement Act fee, perform 25 hours community service for Manufacture of a Controlled Substance in Forest City Borough on April 30, 2009.

Kimberly Marsh, 41, of New Milford, to 12 months probation, pay $300 fine, pay cost of prosecution, pay $100 Act 198 fee, pay $50 Criminal Justice Enhancement Act fee, not to have contact with anyone on supervision, receive drug and alcohol evaluation for Possession of Drug Paraphernalia in New Milford on March 25, 2008.

Timothy Charles Strayer, 41, of New Milford, to 30 days probation, pay $200 fine, pay cost of prosecution for Possession of a Controlled Substance in New Milford on March 25, 2008. The defendant also received 12 months probation to run consecutive to the above sentence, pay $500 fine, pay $100 Act 198 fee, pay cost of prosecution, receive drug and alcohol evaluation, not to have contact with anyone on supervision for Possession of Drug Paraphernalia in New Milford on March 25, 2008. Finally, the defendant received 18 months probation to run concurrent to the above sentences, pay $500 fine, pay cost of prosecution, pay $50 Criminal Justice Enhancement Act fee, pay restitution to the victim in this case, perform 25 hours community service, receive a drug and alcohol evaluation for Receiving Stolen Property in New Milford on March 25, 2008.

Sabrina M Hults, 29, of Windsor, NY to 90 days to 15 months in Susquehanna County Correctional Facility, served 45 days incarceration followed by 45 days home confinement, pay $300 Act 198 fee, pay $1,500 fine, pay cost of prosecution, pay $100 CAT fund surcharge, pay $10 EMS, pay $50 Criminal Justice Enhancement Act fee, complete alcohol highway safe driving school program, receive drug and alcohol counseling for Driving Under the Influence in Susquehanna Borough on January 9, 2009.

Anthony William Slick, 27, of New Milford, to 5 days to 6 months in Susquehanna County Correctional Facility, pay $300 fine, pay $100 CAT fund surcharge, pay $10 EMS, pay $100 Act 198 fee, pay cost of prosecution, complete alcohol highway safe driving school program, not to possess transport or consume alcoholic beverages for Driving Under the Influence in New Milford Borough on February 10, 2009.

Daniel Stephen Williams, 20, of Friendsville, to 9 months probation, pay $250 fine, pay $250 DNA testing fee and submit sample, pay $50 Criminal Justice Enhancement Act fee, pay cost of prosecution, continue with drug and alcohol treatment for Forgery in Great Bend Township on January 7, 2009.

Christina Lynn Birchard, 26, of Nicholson, to 15 months probation, pay $250 fine, pay cost of prosecution, pay $50 Criminal Justice Enhancement Act fee, pay restitution to the victim in this case, not to possess firearms for Defrauding Secured Creditors in Lenox Township on September 24, 2008.

Daniel Murphy Mangin, 21, of Thompson, to 12 months probation, pay $250 fine, pay cost of prosecution, pay $50 Criminal Justice Enhancement Act fee, pay restitution to the victim in this case, not to have contact with anyone on supervision, maintain employment for Theft by Unlawful Taking in Ararat Township on August 23, 2008. The defendant also received 12 months probation to run concurrent to the above sentence, pay $250 fine, pay cost of prosecution, pay $50 Criminal Justice Enhancement Act fee, pay restitution to the victim in this case, not to have contact with anyone on supervision, maintain employment, perform 25 hours community service for Unauthorized Use of an Automobile on August 23, 2008 in Ararat Township.

Dennis McCann, 21, of Montrose, to 7 months to 18 months in Susquehanna County Correctional Facility, pay $700 fine, pay cost of prosecution, pay $100 Act 198 fee, pay $50 Criminal Justice Enhancement Act fee, perform 50 hours community service, pay $250 DNA testing fee and submit sample, receive drug and alcohol treatment, not to possess firearms for Criminal Conspiracy/Delivery of a Controlled Substance in Susquehanna Borough on March 9, 2009.

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Courthouse Report
Compiled By Lauren P. Ficarro

DEEDS

Robert A. and Dawn C. House to Robert A. and Dawn C. House, in Hallstead Borough and Great Bend Township for one dollar.

Lucille L. Tiffany (Estate) to Tim David, Sr. and Roxanne C. Smith, in Harford Township for one dollar.

Frank and Elaine Bissol to Frank and Elaine Bissol, in Clifford Township for one dollar.

Scott and Shanna Rough to HSBC Mortgage Services, Inc., in Hop Bottom Borough for $10.00.

Patricia and Louis Zefran and Mark, Carol, Daniel and Rose Slick to Jason Gedamoske, in Forest City for $69,960.00.

Herbert Berkowitz to Herbert and Marilyn Berkowitz (Natural Gas Trusts For Children), in Forest Lake and Bridgewater Townships for one dollar.

Samuel and Theresa Desist to Samuel and Theresa F. Desist, in Clifford Township for one dollar.

Roger G. Thomas to Timothy D. and Stephanie J. Thomas, in Brooklyn Township for $92,512.74.

Kristen A. Hinkley to Michael K. Hinkley, in Hallstead Borough for one dollar.

Kimberly Bolding (AKA) Kimberly Kocher to James Bolding, in New Milford Township for one dollar.

Kathleen M. Blais, Teresa A. and Paul Smetana, Edward and Bernadette M. France and Raymond S. and Stacy Talamo to George L. and Joanne Buffum and Roy T. and Marlene A. Mulcahy, in Silver Lake Township for one dollar.

Dene P. and Marianne J. Rounds to John H. and Kimberly A. Yuhnick, in Silver Lake Township for $142,000.00.

Rebecca J. Dilmore to Daniel S. and James R. Dilmore, in Springville Township for one dollar.

James M. and Joan E. Grimaldi to Jesse J. and Michelle C. Gibbore, in Choconut Township for $155,000.00.

Bremer Hof Owners, Inc. to David, Sr., Angela and David, Jr. Creppon, in Herrick Township for $3,495.00.

HSBC Bank USA (By POA) to Arnold E. and Karen Murray, in Dimock Township for $30,000.00.

Frances Kovacic to Christopher Lee Dehaven, in Herrick Township for one dollar.

David L. and Susan M. Canfield to William H., Jr. and Amy S. Kyttle, in Lenox Township for $165,000.00.

J. Robert Defarges to Susan Payne and James G. and J. Robert Defarges, in Auburn Township for one dollar.

Nancy C. and John P., Jr. (Estate) Lanunziata to John Pisaneschi and Leonard John Valenti, in Harmony Township for $7,000.00.

John R. and Judy L. Bennette to John R. and Nicky Lee Bennette, in Herrick Township for one dollar.

John R. and Nicky Lee Bennette to John R. (Trust) and Nicky Lee Bennette, in Herrick Township for one dollar.

Marian L. Muss to Michael B. and Joanne Muss, in Silver Lake Township for one dollar.

Daniel M. Brenner (By Sheriff) and Mary Pat Tigue (By Sheriff) to Fannie Mae, in Susquehanna for $2,001.78.

Mario V. and Constance Dina to Mario V. Dina, Jr., in Middletown Township for one dollar.

Daniel J. McCormick to Daniel J. and Mary McCormick, in Rush Township for one dollar.

Edward J. and Rebecca Grasavage to Pennsylvania Commonwealth, Department of Transportation, in Jessup Township for one dollar.

Alton G. Arnold to Pennsylvania Commonwealth, Department of Transportation, in Jessup Township for one dollar.

Peter Dimascio (Estate) to Andrew Vaccaro, in Susquehanna for $5,000.00.

Walter E. Buechel and Nancy and Randolph H., Sr. Beers to Nancy and Randolph H., Sr. Beers, in Liberty Township for one dollar.

Robert Ray Cordner (Estate) to Gary L. and Jodi Lynn Cordner, in Harmony Township for $45,200.00.

Jack R. and Susan Rhinevault to Jack R. and Susan Rhinevault, in Montrose for one dollar.

Andrew and Carol Suponcic to Andrew, Carol and Christopher Andrew Suponcic, in Clifford Township for one dollar.

Eight Partners, Inc. to Peter and Ileana Seman, in Ararat Township for $55,000.00.

Felicia A. Kinney to John R., Robert E., Paul P. and Hope Kinney, Helen Ann and Raymond H. Janesky and Richard Capoccia, in Lathrop Township for one dollar.

DIVORCES

Michael K. Hinkley vs. Kristen Hinkley, both of Hallstead, married 1998.

Denver L. Tyler of Hallstead vs. Kathleen Schwartz of Montrose, married 1989.

BENCH WARRANTS

The Susquehanna County Domestic Relations Section has bench warrants for the following individuals as of July 31, 2009 at 10:10 a.m.

Michael A. Argust, David P. Atherholt, Jr., Erika L. Back, John W. Barber, Sr., David Shawn Blaisure, Joseph Bonavita, Michael P. Bradley, Jr., Devin S. Brewer, Howard Burns, Robert B. Carrier, Beverly A. Carvin, Tony R. Clark, Mark T. Conklin, Mary Dallasta, Edward J. Dickson, Jr., Jeremy M. Dixon, James W. Donahue III, Deborah L. Drish, David J. Fischer, Ryan M. Forder, Kelly Fox, Dominick M. Franklin, Tiffany M. Groover, Jonathan S. Guzy, David Haines, Jr., Suzanne R. Hansen, William N. Hendrickson, Ann Hightower, Jeremy C. James, Steven L. Jones, Kenneth M. Kintner, Kevin D. Klein, Eric C. Kohlhepp, Erik E. Krisovitch, Charlie J. Legere, Carlos L. Leiser, Christopher Locke, Patricia J. Marrero, Jason Marshall, Zada A. McDonald, Nancy McGillis, Rollin E. Miller, Jr., Joseph C. Moore, Anthony Neri, Benjamin Newell, Tanya M. Novak, Todd M. O'Hara, Donald Palmer, Gary Perico, James E. Purse, Timothy W. Rogers, Troy Rohmann, David J. Shiner, Garrett M. Thomas, Keith W. Vroman, Steven G. Warner, Joseph Watkins, Jamie L. Williams, Kenneth L. Wilmot, Jr.

Please contact the Domestic Relations Section at 570-278-4600 ext. 170 with any information on the location of these individuals.

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