Dispositions in Pike County Court
Pike County District Attorney Raymond J. Tonkin announced the following criminal sentences were issued by Pike County President Judge Joseph F. Kameen:
May 29 (continued from last week)
Jessica L. Nagy, 26, of Dingmans Ferry was sentenced to 4 months to 23 months in the Pike County Jail, fined $600 and had her driver’s license suspended for 6 months for the crimes of criminal trespass and possession of a controlled or counterfeit substance. On Feb. 2, Nagy was the driver of the vehicle used in the burglary of a residence in Delaware Township. When Nagy was taken into custody, she was found in possession of Oxycodone and Methadone.
Jessica Ann Guglielmino, 32, of Hawley was sentenced to 30 days to 6 months in the Pike County Jail and fined $100 for the crime of disorderly conduct. Between Dec. 2012 and Jan. 2013, in Lackawaxen Township, Guglielmino committed a lewd act with another individual while her six-year-old daughter was present in the room.
Bryan Matthew Nieder, 20, of Milford was sentenced to 72 hours to 6 months in the Pike County Jail, followed by 12 months of probation, had his driver’s license suspended for 12 months and was fined $3,000 for the crimes of driving under the influence of alcohol or a controlled substance and possession of a controlled substance. On Oct. 3, 2013, along Route 6 in Milford, the Pennsylvania State Police stopped Nieder for no tail lights. Nieder was found to be operating his vehicle under the influence of marijuana and in possession of marijuana and heroin.
Thomas E. Grau, 26, of Dingmans Ferry was sentenced to 3 months to 6 months in the Pike County Jail and fined $300 for the crime of possession of drug paraphernalia. On March 13, while conducting a routine contact with Grau at his home in Delaware Township, State Parole Officers found Grau in possession of glassine bags containing heroin residue.
Reanna Szelengiewicz, 21, of Dingmans Ferry was sentenced to 1 month to 11 months in the Pike County Jail and fined $200 for the crime of receiving stolen property. On Dec. 2, 2013, Szelengiewicz attempted to sell a Special Edition Wii game system to a business in Westfall Township. She was advised that the business was not interested in purchasing the unit because it was reported to be stolen. Szelengiewicz left the Westfall business and went to a business in Matamoras where she sold some of the games knowing that the games were stolen.
Anthony John Miele, 20, of Milford was sentenced to 6 months in the Intermediate Punishment Program with 10 days in the Pike County Jail, followed by 60 days of house arrest, had his driver’s license suspended for 18 months and was fined $950 for the crimes of driving under the influence of alcohol or a controlled substance and reckless driving. On Nov. 21, 2013, in Blooming Grove Township, Miele was involved in a motor vehicle collision. After leaving the collision, Miele was observed driving into a parking lot of a business along Route 739. When the state police arrived, Miele was being treated by the ambulance crew and was then transported to the hospital. A blood test revealed a blood-alcohol level of 0.137 percent and the presence of prescription drugs.
Jacob M. Kutchma, 23, of Shohola was sentenced to 7 months to 23.5 months in the Pike County Jail, followed by 3 years of Probation and fined $500 for the crime of access device fraud. Between Sept. 3, 2013, and Sept. 7, 2013, in Shohola Township, Kutchma, through the use of an ATM machine, took in excess of $20,000 from an individual’s bank account without permission to do so.
Brian S. McAuley, 36, of Parlin, N.J., was sentenced to 1 month to 6 months in the Pike County Jail, had his driver’s license suspended for 12 months and was fined $3,000 for the crime of driving under the influence of alcohol. Following a vehicle stop by the Pennsylvania State Police for failing to switch down his high beams, McAuley was found to be driving under the influence of alcohol with a blood-alcohol content of 0.18 percent.
Kiriaki Davignon, 40, of Lackawaxen was sentenced to 150 days to 5 years in Pike County Jail, had her driver’s license suspended for 30 months and was fined $3,000 for the crimes of driving under the influence of a controlled substance, driving under the influence of a controlled substance (2 offenses) and driving while operating privileges are suspended. Shortly after surrendering her driver’s license to the Pike County Prothonotary’s Office, a condition resulting from her prior DUI in May, Davignon was involved in a one vehicle crash in Shohola Township. Tests revealed norfentanyl, morphine, oxycodone, oxymorphone, alprazolam and alphahdroxyalprazolam in her body.
William Michael Sardegna, 29, of Duryea was sentenced to 6 months to 12 months in the Pike County Jail, had his driver’s license suspended for 6 months and was fined $250 for the crime of possession of a controlled substance. On Feb. 11, at a gas station in Dingman Township, Sardegna was observed by the Pennsylvania State Police to be acting in a suspicious nature and upon investigation, Sardegna was found to be in possession of 13 grams of ketamine.
Heroin traffickers are sentenced
Heroin traffickers are sentenced