Printed Could 22. 2021 07:34AM
Three defendants, who beforehand entered responsible pleas in pending prison circumstances, have been sentenced to state jail phrases Monday morning in Carbon County court docket.
Choose Steven R. Serfass imposed the sentences.
Robert Coleman Cesanek, 34, of Nesquehoning, was sentenced to serve 24 to 60 months in a state correctional establishment on a cost of possession with intent to ship a managed substance.
He was arrested by Lansford police on Nov. 8, 2019. He initially entered a responsible to the cost, however then withdrew it when he was admitted into the county’s drug therapy program. Nevertheless, he violated the foundations of this system and was terminated for it.
Cesanek, who’s an inmate within the county jail and appeared by video convention, instructed the court docket, “I’ve been combating drug habit for a very long time.” He stated he desires to handle it and hopes to get into the state drug therapy program.
Along with the jail time period Cesanek was ordered to get a drug and alcohol analysis, zero tolerance imposed on drug or alcohol use, provide a DNA pattern and pay court docket prices of about $1,000.
He was given credit score for 187 days already served.
Mason Andrew Mahoney, 26, of Perkasie, Bucks County, was sentenced to serve a complete of 24 to 60 months in a state correctional establishment on two counts of DUI and one rely of prison trespass.
He was arrested on the DUI counts on April 12 and Could 5, 2018, by Mahoning Township police; and on the trespass rely on June 21, 2018, by Nesquehoning police.
Earlier than the sentencing listening to, Serfass performed a probation violation listening to during which Mahoney admitted violating a probation sentence. He violated probation by residing exterior of Carbon County with out the permission of the grownup probation workplace.
He was additionally ordered to pay complete fines of $4,000, license suspensions totaling 36 months, zero tolerance for drug or alcohol use, pay court docket prices of about $1,000 and provide a DNA pattern.
He was given credit score for 421 days already served.
Dale A. Stevens, 59, of Weissport, was sentenced to serve one to 12 months within the county jail on a cost of hindering apprehension. She was charged by Weissport police for an incident on July 29, 2020.
She was additionally ordered to render 50 hours of group service.
She is going to start serving the jail time period on June 18 at 9 a.m. and serve it on consecutive two-day weekends.
Cory John Wensel, 44, of Palmerton, was sentenced to serve 72 hours to 6 months in jail, pay a fantastic of $1,000, license suspended for a 12 months and render 25 hours of group service on a DUI cost.
He was arrested on Feb. 27, 2019, by state police at Lehighton for DUI of a managed substance.
He’ll start serving the jail time period at 9 a.m. on June 4.
Stevens and Wensel should additionally pay court docket prices of about $1,000 and a $50 per thirty days supervision price whereas on parole.