Several defendants had their parole or probations revoked by county judges on petitions filed by the adult probation office.
Hearings on those petitions were recently held in the county court.
Ian Brader, 22, of Allentown, had his probation revoked on a charge of simple assault. He violated a condition of his probation by admitting using marijuana. He violated the zero tolerance provision.
Brader did not contest the petition and President Judge Roger N. Nanovic resentenced him to serve one to 11 months in the county prison effective July 19.
James Hood, 22, of Philadelphia, had his parole revoked on a charge of escape.
He did not contest the petition and was resentenced by Judge Steven R. Serfass to serve 90 days in the county prison effective June 26.
James Lewis, 22, of Philadelphia, had his parole revoked on a charge of simple assault. He did not contest the petition and was remanded to the county prison by Serfass to serve the remainder of his maximum term which runs to Oct. 13.
Anthony Saslo, 26, of Palmerton, had his probation revoked on a charge of possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance. He violated his probation by testing positive for marijuana. He violated the zero tolerance provision.
He did not contest the petition and was resentenced by Nanovic to serve 12 to 25 days in prison effective July 10.
Eugene Sillers, 24, of Lehighton, had his parole revoked on a charge of forgery. He violated his conditions of release by failing to report as directed to the probation office, tested positive for opiates, admitted using heroin, failed to submit a urine screen, and violated the zero tolerance provision.
Sillers had a second petition filed revoking his probation on a burglary charge with the same violations listed.
Judge Joseph J. Matika resentenced him on the forgery charge to serve 60 days to one day less two years in the county prison effective May 3. On the burglary count he was sentenced to serve 60 days to three months in prison. The terms run concurrent.