A Lansford man was one of eight defenders who had their probation or parole revoked by Schuylkill County judges.

Brian R. Kehl, 29, of 218 W. Patterson St., had his probation revoked by Judge John E. Domalakes and he was re-sentenced on a charge of retail theft to serve 18 months probation beginning when a previous prison sentence of three to 11 months expires which was imposed by President Judge William E. Baldwin on a revocation.

Domalakes disallowed 425 days of liberty and his new maximum date for release was extended to May 13, 2014. He also was ordered to undergo a drug and alcohol evaluation and follow up treatment as recommended.

Kehl originally pleaded guilty to driving under the influence (DUI) of drugs and was sentenced on June 14, 2010, to serve 72 hours to six months and after serving his minimum sentence was released on parole. However, it was revoked March 25, 2011, and he was re-sentenced to serve the prison term and after serving time was again released but he was then revoked a second time on Dec. 12, 2012, and he was remanded to the county prison.

Adam Gamrak Jr., 31, Schuylkill Haven, had the terms of his parole revoked by Judge Cyrus Palmer Dolbin and he was remanded to the county prison to serve the balance of original sentence, his 149 days of liberty disallowed creating a new maximum date for release as Sept. 4. Gamrak had pleaded guilty to charges of simple assault and harassment on April 18, 2012, and after serving 12 days in prison was released on parole.

Steven Michael Miller, 21, Pottsville, had his probation and parole revoked by Domalakes because he used marijuana and was found living in a cave in Cass Township instead of at residence designated by court.

He was re-sentenced on a charge of resisting arrest, criminal mischief, and possession of a controlled substance to serve 10 to 23 months in the county prison with 284 days of credit. His 75 days of liberty were disallowed. Miller pleaded guilty to the charges and was placed last May 23 on probation.

Shane Michael Frye, 22, Pottsville, had his probation and parole revoked by Domalakes and he was recommitted to the county prison to serve the balance of his sentence, his 160 days of liberty disallowed creating a new maximum date for release as July 21.

Frye had pleaded guilty to charges of delivery of a controlled substance and corruption of minors on March 3, 2011. He served 23 days and was released on parole. However, it was revoked last Jan. 30 and after serving time was again released on parole. He received credit for serving 160 days in prison.

Michael Erik Sleva, 31, Pottsville, had his parole revoked by Domalakes and he was remanded to the county prison to serve the balance of his sentence, his seven days of liberty are disallowed which created a new maximum date for release at Aug. 25. The court is giving him another chance for parole upon acceptance into a substance abuse rehabilitation facility. He also may apply to participate in the prison's vocational rehabilitation program.

Sleva pleaded guilty on Dec. 1, 2011, to a charge of retail theft and was placed on probation, however, it was revoked last September and after serving two months in prison was released on parole. This was his second violation.

Geoffrey Michael Mosolino, 31, Pottsville, had his probation revoked by Domalakes and he was re-sentenced on a charge of theft by unlawful taking jewelry was sentenced to serve three to 23 months in the county prison. He failed to appear at his hearing and a bench warrant was issued to bring him in. He had pleaded guilty on Aug. 27, 2009, and was placed on probation.

Robert Benjamin Bowers III, 25, Pottsville, had his probation revoked by Domalakes and he was re-sentenced on a charge of simple assault to serve 45 days to 18 months in the county prison and since he has served the minimum time was again released on probation with the stipulation he must undergo a drug and alcohol evaluation and follow up treatment as recommended. Bowers pleaded guilty on June 22, 2011, to the charges and was placed on probation.

Samuel Sanabria-Sanabria, 37, Shenandoah, had his parole and probation revoked by Domalakes on charges of carrying a firearm without a license, recklessly endangering another person, and propulsion of missiles onto a roadway. He was recommitted to the county prison with 159 days of liberty disallowed which extended the maximum date for his release to May 27, 2014. However, the court ruled his is eligible to file for re-parole in six months.

He had pleaded guilty to the charges and was sentenced on March 26, 2012, to serve six to 12 months. He had pleaded guilty on March 26, 2012, to DUI of alcohol and received a sentence of 72 hours to six months which ran consecutive to his first sentence. This was also revoked and he was re-sentenced to serve 18 months on probation to begin when his first sentence expires.

On a second charge of DUI of alcohol, to which he also pleaded guilty on March 26, 2012, and was sentenced to a consecutive term of 72 hours six months, his parole was also revoked and 258 days of liberty disallowed and added to his maximum time of release which was extended to Nov. 8, but he can file for re-parole in six months.