A complete of 5 defendants, who beforehand pleaded responsible to driving beneath the affect and associated costs, have been sentenced Thursday in Carbon County court docket.
President Choose Roger N. Nanovic II imposed sentences on the next:
Brad R. Bowman, 40, of Bowmanstown, sentenced in three instances, two DUI, and a 3rd car code violation.
On the primary DUI he was positioned within the county’s Restrictive Circumstances of Probation program (home arrest) for 5 years with the primary 90 days on digital monitoring, pay a wonderful of $1,500 and license suspended for 18 months. On the second DUI he was sentenced to serve 72 hours to 6 months in jail, pay a wonderful of $1,000 and one other license suspension of 1 yr.
On the cost of possession/sale/use show of paperwork, he and an altered inspection sticker on his car, he was positioned on probation for a yr and on a possession of drug paraphernalia cost he was positioned on probation for a yr, with all of the phrases working concurrently.
He was additionally ordered to provide a DNA pattern and full an intensive outpatient drug therapy program.
He was arrested on the primary DUI of a managed substance on Jan. 8, 2018, alongside Delaware Avenue by Palmerton police. The second arrest occurred on Sept. 6, 2020, by state police at Lehighton alongside Financial institution Avenue in Bowmanstown.
The depend of possession, sale, use or show of paperwork occurred after a car cease on Jan. 25, 2019, by Palmerton police alongside Delaware Avenue. In that case costs of DUI (two counts), firearms to not be carried and not using a license and possession of drug paraphernalia have been dropped in a plea cope with the district legal professional’s workplace.
Eric James Buskirk, 36, of Danielsville, was sentenced positioned in the home arrest program for 5 years with 30 days in jail adopted by 60 days on digital monitoring, pay a wonderful of $1,500 and license suspended for 18 months. He was given credit score for 30 days already served and paroled.
He was arrested on Sept. 1, 2018, by state police at Lehighton alongside Route 209 in Franklin Township, for DUI of a managed substance.
William Frederick Jones, 63, of Effort, was positioned on 30 days of monitoring. He had beforehand been sentenced to serve 5 days and different circumstances, which have been all accomplished however the 5 days.
He was arrested on June 2, 2018, by state police at Fern Ridge.
Jose L. Morales Jr., 45, of Summit Hill, was sentenced to serve 5 days to 6 months in jail, pay a wonderful of $1,000, license suspended for a yr and ordered to get a psychological well being analysis.
He arrested on Feb. 17, by Lehighton police at Route 443 and Ninth Avenue. He refused a take a look at.
He’ll start serving the jail time period at 4 p.m. on Aug. 6.
Joshua Eichler, 45, of Lehighton, was sentenced to serve 72 hours to 6 months in jail, pay a wonderful of $1,000 and license suspended for a yr. On a driving beneath suspension depend he was fined $200.
He arrested on Nov. 26, 2016, by state police at Lehighton alongside East Alley in Lehighton for DUI of a managed substance.
He was beforehand positioned within the Accelerated Rehabilitation Disposition probation program however was revoked from it for violating circumstances.
He’ll start the jail time period at midday on July 28.
Coleen Elaine Kissling, 31, of Tuscarora, Schuylkill County, was positioned on probation for a yr on a retail theft cost.
She was arrested by Mahoning Township police on Dec. 3, 2019, on the Walmart retailer the place she tried to steal a complete of 180 objects.
She was additionally ordered to get each a drug and alcohol and psychological well being evaluations, provide a DNA pattern, get her GED diploma and make restitution to Walmart for $1,935.65. She is at present an inmate within the Schuylkill County jail on different pending legal costs and her sentencing was performed by way of video from the jail.
Every defendant should additionally pay court docket prices of about $1,000 and a $50 per thirty days supervision payment whereas on parole or probation.