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The following people were sentenced on June 4 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 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

  • Michael A. Morefield: Three to six years for aggravated harassment by prisoner. (Masland)

Shippensburg

  • Joseph P. Yeomans: 12 to 24 months and $912.99 in restitution for burglary. (Masland)

Sentenced to Cumberland County Prison

Camp Hill

  • Aaron R. Crawford: Seven days to 12 months for simple assault; a $300 fine and six months of probation for DUI-general impairment; credited seven days for time served, paroled immediately. (Brewbaker)

Carlisle

  • Jacob A. Dortch: 30 to 90 days and 24 months of probation for criminal use of a communication facility; 635 days of probation for recklessly endangering another person; 48 months of probation for conspiracy to commit possession with intent to deliver; and 48 months of probation for conspiracy to commit unlawful delivery, manufacture, or possession with intent to deliver heroin. (Placey)
  • Andre A. Smith: Eight days to six months, a $50 fine and $300 in restitution for theft by deception; credited eight days for time served, paroled immediately. (Brewbaker)
  • Crystal A. Wilson: 20 days to six months and a $300 fine for DUI-general impairment. (Masland)
  • Katelin N. Wise: Five days to six months and a $300 fine for DUI-general impairment; six months of supervised probation for unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia; and six months of supervised probation for false reports to law enforcement authorities. (Brewbaker)

Lemoyne

  • Jerry M. Burrall: Six to 12 months for unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia, unlawful possession of a controlled substance-mushrooms and public drunkenness. (Masland)

Mechanicsburg

  • Devante L. Metz: 11½ to 23 months for theft by unlawful taking; $249.99 for retail theft. (Masland)

New Cumberland

  • Dennis A. Dyer: Five days to 6 months and a $1,150 fine for recklessly endangering another person; eligible for work release. (Brewbaker)
  • Chad R. Gustin: Time served to 23 months for unlawful delivery, manufacture or possession with intent to deliver marijuana; credited 132 days for time served. (Masland)

Newville

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  • Daniel S. McGeary: Five to 30 days, five months of probation and a $300 fine for DUI-general impairment; a $25 fine for driving at a safe speed; and a $200 fine for drivers required to be licensed. (Placey)
  • John Henry Barrick: 40 days for driving while operating privilege is suspended or revoked (DUI-related); work release. (Brewbaker)

Other

  • Tony Doyle (Lancaster): Six to 23 months for stalking. (Masland)
  • Jill Streavig (Stewartstown): 10 days to two years and a $500 fine for DUI-general impairment. (Masland)

Sentenced to Probation

Camp Hill

  • Heather M. Livering: 23 months of probation and $1,416.16 in restitution for access device fraud. (Oler)

Carlisle

  • Curtis Lee Cassell: 90 days of probation and a $150 fine for harassment. (Peck)

Lemoyne

  • Efthymios G. Mitsios: 12 months of probation and a $300 fine for recklessly endangering another person. (Brewbaker)

Mechanicsburg

  • Nicole A. Moser: 18 months of supervised probation and a $100 fine for endangering the welfare of children-parent or guardian. (Brewbaker)
  • Nicole Sharretts: 36 months of probation and $3,227.88 in restitution for theft by deception. (Placey)

Other

  • Dalton M. Rowles (Shermans Dale): 12 months of supervised probation for disorderly conduct and 12 months of supervised probation for defiant trespass. (Oler)
  • Jeffrey J. Baldwin (Philadelphia): Six months of supervised probation and a $300 fine for DUI-general impairment.

Resentencing list Sentenced to Cumberland County Prison

Carlisle

  • Paul M. Walters: Seven days to 5 months for protection from abuse order/indirect criminal contempt. (Placey)

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Daniel Walmer covers public safety for The Sentinel. You can reach him by email at dwalmer@cumberlink.com or by phone at 717-218-0021.