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The following people were sentenced on March 28 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

Camp Hill

Brandon Luis Vega: Twelve months to 24 months and 96 hours of community service for corruption of minors; 24 months to 48 months’ probation for aggravated indecent assault. (Placey)

Harrisburg

Christina Dawn Leach: Three and one-half years to 7 years and a $1,000 fine for theft by unlawful taking or disposition. (Brewbaker)

Mechanicsburg

Paul Andrew Miller: Twelve to 24 months, restitutions of $250 and $34,273 for arson (endangering persons); 3 to 12 months for arson (endangering property); costs for arson (endangering property); costs for tampering with or fabricating physical evidence. (Placey)

Newville

Rosain Vazquez Moreno: Nine to 18 months for interference with custody of children. (Placey); Eighteen to 36 months for statutory sexual assault (11 or more years older), consecutive. (Placey)

Sentenced to Cumberland County Prison

Camp Hill

Todd M. Frank: Ten days to 9 months and a $500 fine for DUI; 60 days and a $500 fine for driving while under suspension-DUI-related. (Brewbaker); Ten days to 9 months and a $500 fine for DUI, consecutive; 60 days and a $500 fine for driving while under suspension-DUI-related, consecutive. (Brewbaker)

Duncannon

Alfred Warren Osborne Jr.: Six months to 18 months, a $100 fine and restitution of $1,100.66 for criminal conspiracy to theft by deception. (Ebert)

Enola

James Levi Early Jr.: Thirty days to 23 months and a $500 fine for DUI. (Brewbaker)

Mechanicsburg

Hany A. Ahmed: Thirty days to 23 months and a $100 fine for corruption of minors. (Ebert)

Jemel Mixell: Nine days to 12 months and a $100 fine for simple assault; 2 years’ probation and a $50 fine for criminal trespass, consecutive. (Brewbaker)

Andre Larynell Smith: Five days to 6 months and a $300 fine for DUI, second offense. (Placey)

New Cumberland

Jason L. Frye: Five days to 6 months and a $300 fine for DUI, second offense; 60 days and a $500 fine for driving while under suspension-DUI-related. (Brewbaker)

James Franklin Treece: Six to 12 months and a $500 fine for DUI; 90 days, 12 months’ probation and a $500 fine for Driving while under suspension-DUI-related. (Hess)

Newville

Henry Edward Brownawell: Two to 6 months and a $300 fine for DUI, second offense. (Ebert)

Shippensburg

Kyler Jacob Kendall: Forty-one days to 18 months, a $50 fine and restitution of $184 for receiving stolen property. (Ebert)

West Fairview

Other

Paul Richard McCullough II: Thirty days to 12 months for resisting arrest or other law enforcement; 12 months’ probation and a $150 fine for harassment. (Placey)

Jacob Ryan Neve: Six to 12 months, 48 months’ probation and 96 hours of community service. (Placey)

Sentenced to Probation

Carlisle

Tarence Christopher Jones: Six months’ probation and a $300 fine for DUI; a $25 fine for driving on roadways laned for traffic; a $25 fine for turning movements and required signals. (Ebert)

Dillsburg

Kimberly A. Myers: Twelve months’ probation and 48 hours of community service for unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia. (Placey)

Newburg

Brian Michael Duncan: Six months’ probation and a $300 fine for DUI, consecutive. (Masland)

Other

Randall James Main: Six months’ probation and a $300 fine for DUI; a $200 fine for driving while under suspension. (Hess)

Amanda Dannielle Watkins: Nine months’ probation and a $200 fine for retail theft; 9 months and a $300 fine for corruption of minors, consecutive; 3 months’ probation and a $100 fine for unlawful possession of a Schedule II controlled substance-Cocaine, consecutive. (Brewbaker)

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