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WAYNE COUNTY SENTENCINGS 10/7/2018

October 7, 2018

Wayne County Senior Judge Raymond L. Hamill sentenced:

Jay Hall, 32, Chippewa Lake, Ohio, 28 to 120 months in a state correctional institution, $4,000 fine, the Alcohol Highway Safety Course and drug and alcohol addiction treatment for two counts of DUI on Oct. 1, 2016, and Oct. 13, 2016, in Cherry Ridge Twp. and Honesdale.

Christopher Brownell, 29, Honesdale, four to 18 months in the Wayne County Correctional Facility, $1,175 fine and a drug and alcohol evaluation for possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, illegally operating a vehicle without ignition interlock and five traffic offenses on Oct. 21, 2017, in Paupack Twp.

Michael Tesseyman, 23, Tyler Hill, two days to six months in Wayne County Correctional Facility, $800 fine, drug and alcohol addiction treatment and Alcohol Highway Safety Course for DUI on Dec. 7, 2017, in Damascus Twp.

Curtis Maehl, 36, Hawley, 72 hours to six months in the Wayne County Correctional Facility, drug and alcohol addiction treatment and the Alcohol Highway Safety Course for DUI on Jan. 20 in Clinton Twp.

Kelly Wietry, 26, Gouldsboro, nine to 36 months in the Wayne County Correctional Facility, $500 fine and a drug and alcohol evaluation for delivery of controlled substance and criminal use of communication facility between Oct. 23-27, 2017, in Lehigh Twp.

Melissa Rodriguez, 32, Hackettstown, N.J., 11 days to 18 months in the Wayne County Correctional Facility for simple assault on Feb. 12 in Lehigh Twp.

Joseph Felicetta, 20, Honesdale, six months of probation, $300 fine, drug and alcohol evaluation and 50 hours of community service for drug paraphernalia on April 14 in Bethany.

Caitlin Burkhead, 25, Honesdale, 24 months on probation, $400 in restitution and drug and alcohol treatment for criminal conspiracy — theft by unlawful taking and receiving stolen property on March 26 in Honesdale and April 19 in Dyberry Twp.

David Butler, 38, Sterling, 90 days in the Wayne County Correctional Facility followed by 60 months less 90 days in the Intermediate Punishment Program, $4,000 fines, nine months on house arrest, drug and alcohol addiction treatment, 100 hours of community service and the Alcohol Highway Safety Program for DUI on Nov. 22 and April 27 in Sterling Twp.

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