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The following people were sentenced on April 11 in Cumberland County Court of Common Pleas. All sentences include costs and run concurrently with other sentences unless otherwise specified. Probation is unsupervised unless indicated otherwise. Driving under the influence (DUI) offenses generate different mandatory-minimum sentences based on an offender’s prior convictions in the past 10 years.

Sentenced to State Correctional Institute

Carlisle

Anthony Richard Hodge: Eighteen months to 4 years for firearms not to be carried without a license; 3 to 6 months and a $1,000 fine for DUI, controlled substance; a $200 fine for driving while under suspension, second or subsequent offense. (Ebert)

Sentenced to Cumberland County Prison

Boiling Springs

Carole Ann Sautter Hely: Seventy-two hours to 6 months, a $1,000 fine and restitutions of $250 and $3,737.83 for DUI, highest rate, credit of 72 hours. (Guido)

Camp Hill

Benjamin Blair Davidson: Forty-eight hours to 6 months, a $500 fine and restitution of $143.97 for DUI. (Guido); Five days to 6 months and a $300 fine for DUI, second offense. (Guido)

Carlisle

Douglas Wharto Carey Jr.: Time served to 23 months for theft by deception, credit of 7 days. (Masland)

Bret Robert Daniels: Five days to 6 months and a $300 fine for DUI, second offense; 90 days’ probation and a $300 fine for driving without required ignition interlock. (Masland)

Julie Marie Heller: Five days to 6 months and a $300 fine for DUI, second offense; 60 days and a $5600 fine for driving while under suspension-DUI-related. (Ebert)

Samantha Jo Hogan: Five days to 6 months and a $500 fine for recklessly endangering another person. (Ebert)

Christopher C. Johnson: A $200 fine for driving while under suspension, second or subsequent offense; a $300 fine for accident involving damage to unattended vehicle or property; 30 days to 6 months and a $750 fine for DUI, second offense. (Masland)

Gregory Patrick Lanham: Thirty days to 6 months and a $750 fine for DUI, second offense; 1 year probation and a $25 fine for unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia; 2 years’ probation and a $100 fine for recklessly endangering another person. (Ebert)

Kevin James Smith: One to 12 months for harassment, credit of 39 days. (Guido)

Michael A. Snyder: One to 23 months, a $100 fine and restitution of $300 for theft by unlawful taking or disposition; 60 days and a $500 fine for driving while under suspension-DUI-related. (Ebert)

Keith Allen Sprenger: Thirty days to 6 months and a $750 fine for DUI, high rate, second offense. (Placey)

Albert Ray Wilson Jr.: Five days to 6 months and a $300 fine for DUI, second offense. (Guido)

Chambersburg

Alexander Jordan Olson: Five days to 6 months and a $300 fine for DUI, second offense; costs for unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia; a $25 fine for restriction on alcoholic beverages. (Ebert)

Duncannon

Heidi Louise Dombroski: Three to 23 months and restitution of $127.18 for criminal conspiracy to theft by deception. (Masland)

Enola

Candace Lyn O’Donnell: Twenty-six days to 23 months and restitution of $2,310.77 for theft by deception, credit of 26 days. (Guido)

Etters

Brett Walter Schreyer: Five days to 6 months and a $300 fine for DUI, second offense; a $25 fine for careless driving. (Masland)

Harrisburg

Charles Johnathen Cogdell Jr.: Twelve days to 23 months and restitution of $860; 12 days to 23 months and a $100 fine for simple assault. (Ebert)

Michael Deon Macon Jr.: Time served to 23 months and restitutions of $1,000 and $2,551.47 for theft from a motor vehicle, credit of 124 days. (Masland)

Veronica Jean Murray: Time served to 23 months for retail theft, credit of 179 days; 24 months’ probation and restitution of $40 for unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia. (Guido)

Mary Pauline McSweeney: Five days to 6 months and a $300 fine for DUI, second offense; a $500 fine for driving while under suspension. (Placey)

Steven Michael Warner: Fifteen days to 2 years and a $500 fine for DUI; thirty days to 6 months and a $1,000 fine for driving while under suspension. (Placey)

Lemoyne

Riley Joseph Coolick: One to 12 months for unlawful delivery, manufacture, possession with intent to deliver a Schedule I controlled substance-cocaine; 24 months’ probation for unlawful delivery, manufacture, possession with intent to deliver a Schedule I controlled substance-marijuana, consecutive; 24 months’ probation for criminal use of communication facility, consecutive; costs for unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia. (Masland)

Loysville

Garret Wesley Weller: Time served to 6 months for DUI; a $200 fine for driving while under suspension, credit of 16 days. (Masland)

Marysville

Jessica Ann Maneri: Five days to 6 months and a $300 fine for DUI, second offense. (Masland)

Mechanicsburg

Jessica Ann Clouser: Fifty-seven days to 23 months and a $1,500 fine for DUI, second offense. (Ebert)

Dalton R. Dailey: Five days to 6 months and a $300 fine for DUI, second offense. (Brewbaker)

Jason Allen Hertzler: Eighteen months’ probation for endangering welfare of children. (Guido)

Robbin R. Takara: Five days to 6 months and a $300 fine for DUI, second offense. (Guido)

Newville

Kelly Tanner Huffman: Five days to 6 months and a $300 fine for DUI, second offense; 12 months’ probation for unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia, consecutive. (Guido)

Edward W. Renard: Seventy-two hours to 6 months and a $1,000 fine for DUI; a $25 fine for careless driving. (Brewbaker)

Shippensburg

Tammy Lynn Fahnestock: Five days to 6 months for DUI, second offense. (Masland)

Other

Courtney Alexander Bully: Three days to 6 months and a $1,000 fine for DUI, controlled substance; 8 months’ probation for fleeing or attempting to elude police officer. (Ebert)

Jesse Lee Goldstein: Three days to 6 months and a $1,000 fine for DUI; a $25 fine for unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia. (Ebert)

Jessica Holly Solomon: Twelve months’ probation for unlawful possession of a Schedule IV Controlled Substance, consecutive; ten days to 6 months and a $500 fine for DUI. (Peck)

Joshuwa Winfield Walls: Five days to 23 months and a $1,000 fine for fleeing or attempting to elude police officer; 24 months’ probation and a $500 fine for recklessly endangering another person. (Guido)

Sentenced to Probation

Carlisle

Christopher Charles Johnson: Six months’ probation and a $300 fine for DUI; a $100 fine for unlawful possession of small amount of marijuana; a $200 fine for driving while under suspension. (Masland)

Melissa R. Kane: Ninety days’ probation and restitutions of $140.30 and $632.82 for disorderly conduct. (Guido)

Michael Alan Snyder: Twenty-three months’ probation, a $50 fine and restitution of $42.46 for access device fraud. (Ebert)

Reynold Benfort Whitlow: Six months’ probation and a $100 fine for theft by unlawful taking or disposition; costs for defiant trespass; a $200 fine for driving while under suspension. (Ebert)

Harrisburg

Charles J. Cogdell Jr.: Twenty-three months’ probation and a $100 fine for unlawful delivery, manufacture, possession with intent to deliver a Schedule I controlled substance-Marijuana, consecutive to confinement. (Ebert)

Gregory Alexander Murray: Twelve months’ probation and a $300 fine for unlawful delivery, manufacture, possession with intent to deliver a Schedule I controlled substance-synthetic marijuana; a $100 fine for criminal use of communication facility. (Masland)

Mechanicsburg

Reynold Benfort Whitlow III: One year probation and a $300 fine for receiving stolen property. (Peck)

Other

Alexis Michelle Cullison: Twenty-four months’ probation and restitution of $2,450 for criminal conspiracy to theft by unlawful taking. (Guido)

Monika Kulma: Six months’ probation and a $300 fine for DUI; a $300 fine for reckless driving. (Brewbaker)

Thomas E. Restagno: Twelve months’ probation for open lewdness; a $100 fine for public drunkenness. (Brewbaker)

Sentenced to Intermediate Punishment

Kourtney Alyn Hill: Sentenced to 24 months of intermediate punishment for bad checks. (Brewbaker)

Sentenced to Fine

Carlisle

Douglas Wharto Carey Jr.: Restitution for $42.39 for retail theft. (Masland); Restitution for $191.44 for retail theft. (Masland)

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