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Youngsville woman sent to state prison

August 21, 2010
By COLIN KYLER ckyler@timesobserver.com
A Youngsville woman was sentenced to state prison for sexual assault-related offenses during Warren County court proceedings Friday. Judge Maureen Skerda sentenced Sable Sade Kolstee, 23, 12 Carriage Dr., Youngsville, to 10 to 20 months in a state correctional institute for statutory sexual assault; 10 to 20 months to be served consecutively in a state correctional institute for another count of statutory sexual assault; one year of state probation to be served consecutively for a third count of statutory sexual assault; one year of state probation to be served consecutively for a fourth count of statutory sexual assault; and one year of state probation to be served consecutively for a fifth count of statutory sexual assault. Kolstee was also ordered to pay $1,900 in fines and fees, undergo a sex offender assessment and a drug and alcohol evaluation and have no contact with the victim. She was deemed eligible for the Recidivism Risk Reduction Incentive and boot camp. Also sentenced Friday were: ¯ Aaron Craig Adams, 20, of Oil City to 12 to 24 months in a state correctional institute with credit for 362 days served for burglary, $11,524.71 in restitution, $350 in fees, undergo a drug and alcohol evaluation and have no contact with the victim for one count of burglary; 12 to 24 months in a state correctional institute to be served consecutively for another count of burglary; 12 to 24 months in a state correctional institute to be served consecutively for a third count of burglary; 14 to 28 months in a state correctional institute to be served consecutively for a fourth count of burglary; and 12 to 24 months in a state correctional institute to be served consecutively for a fifth count of burglary. He was deemed eligible for the Recidivism Risk Reduction Incentive and boot camp. ¯ Timothy George Cravener, 20, of 407 Market St. to three years of probation to be served consecutively to a current sentence in Armstrong County, a $75 fee and undergo a mental health evaluation for terroristic threats. ¯ Shelley Louise Fink, 41, of 407 Market St. to 11 1/2 to 34 months in a state correctional institute to be served consecutively to a current sentence, a $1,175 in fines and fees for contraband. ¯ Dylan Scott Fleming, 21, 12 W. Third Ave., to 12 months to two years in a state correctional institute with credit for 72 days served, a $1,950 in fines and fees and undergo a DNA test for possession with intent to deliver. He was deemed eligible for the Recidivism Risk Reduction Incentive and boot camp. ¯ Zachary J. Kibbey, 24, 229 Pennsylvania Ave. W., Apt. 5, to 12 to 36 months in a state correctional institute with credit for 29 days served, $725 in fines and fees for corruption of minors. He was deemed eligible for the Recidivism Risk Reduction Incentive and boot camp. ¯ Matthew McCoy Larson, 25, 257 Cole Hill Rd., Russell, to 90 days to two years minus one day in Warren County Jail, two years of probation to be served consecutively, a $2,150 in fines and fees, attend and pay for the Victim Impact Panel and Highway Safety School, 18 months driver’s license suspension, 30 hours of community service and undergo a drug and alcohol evaluation for DUI: highest rate of alcohol (BAC .16+). ¯ Joyce Marie Milks, 30, 105 1/2 N. South St., to 30 days to one year minus one day in Warren County Jail, 75 hours of community service, $110 in restitution and $75 in fees for theft by unlawful taking. ¯ Kory William Minshall, Jr., 30, 33022 Rt. 6, Pittsfield, to 30 days in Warren County Jail, 60 days of house arrest, 57 months of probation, 30 hours of community service, 18 months driver’s license suspension, attend and pay for the Highway Safety School and Victim Impact Panel, a $1,980 in fines and fees, undergo a drug and alcohol evaluation for DUI: highest rate of alcohol (BAC .16+) and careless driving. ¯ Joseph Michael Salzillo, 22, Union City, to 12 to 24 months in a state correctional institution with credit for time served, three years of state probation to be served consecutively, $15,818 in restitution, $250 in fees, undergo a DNA evaluation, undergo a drug and alcohol evaluation and have no contact with the victim for criminal trespass and burglary. He was deemed eligible for the Recidivism Risk Reduction Incentive and boot camp. ¯ Shawn Michael Stec, 33, 33 Laverne Dr., Youngsville, to 30 days to six months in Warren County Jail, 30 hours of community service, a $1,155 in fines and fees, one year and six months driver’s license suspension, attend and pay for the Highway Safety School and Victim Impact Panel and undergo a drug and alcohol evaluation for DUI: high rate of alcohol (BAC .10-.16), possession of controlled substance and driving on roadways laned for traffic. He was deemed to be eligible for work release. ¯ Elizabeth A. Sutliff, 3170 Yankee Bush Rd., to 12 to 24 months in a state correctional institute, $175 in fees, $500 in fines, undergo a mental health evaluation and undergo a drug and alcohol evaluation for criminal conspiracy (contraband). Skerda accepted plea withdrawals from: ¯ Samuel R. Sabella, 28, 8275 Rt. 27, Pittsfield, who will face charges of DUI: general impairment-incapable of safe driving with an accident, driving on roadways laned for traffic, abandonment of vehicle on highway, careless driving, four counts of accident involving damage to unattended vehicle or property and immediate notice of accident to police department. Sabella had entered a plea of guilty to DUI: general impairment-incapable of safe driving with an accident and one count of accident involving damage to unattended vehicle or property in a deal in which the remaining counts would not be prosecuted.
 
 

 

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