Carbon County judges conducted parole/probation revocation hearings on petitions filed by the county adult probation office against defendants currently under supervision for violating the terms of their release.

Those who had hearings included:

Andrew Bertalan, 23, of Palmerton, had his parole revoked on a charge of statutory sexual assault on petition filed by probation officer Kimberly Cooper for violating conditions of failing to report to the probation office as scheduled on three occasions, testing positive for alcohol, not engaging in drug and alcohol treatment, and not being compliant with sex offender treatment.

President Judge Roger N. Nanovic II resentenced him to serve 398 days street time in the county prison effective June 6.

Judith Houtz, 67, of Palmerton, had her probation revoked on a driving under the influence charge on petition filed by Cooper for violating the terms of testing positive for alcohol.

Judge Steven R. Serfass resentenced her to serve three to six months in the county prison effective May 15. She will only be eligible for parole if a bed is obtained at an inpatient drug and alcohol facility, the judge also ruled.

David D. Smith, 32, of Lehighton, had his parole revoked on a charge of DUI on petition filed by probation officer Jillian C. McGinley for violating conditions of being arrested for drug possession by Mahoning Township police on May 30 which violated the no drug possession provision of his release.

Judge Joseph J. Matika resentenced him to serve six months backtime in the county prison with credit for 43 days already served.

Adam Berger, 21, of Bowmanstown, had his parole revoked on a charge of possession of drug paraphernalia on petition of Cooper for violating conditions by not submitting to weekly urine tests as directed which violated the zero tolerance provision.

Matika resentenced him to serve out his maximum which runs to July 19, which he has completed.

John Ockenhouse, 25, of Lansford, had his parole revoked on a charge of receiving stolen property on petition by probation officer Clifford Eckhart for violating conditions of being charged with a new criminal offense, failed to make an effort to pay court costs, and failed to perform 100 hours of community service.

Serfass recommitted him to the county prison to serve six months effective July 31.

Kristopher Lyden, 35, of Jim Thorpe, had his parole revoked on a charge of default in required appearance on petition filed by probation officer Joseph Bettine for violating conditions of not making a concerted effort to pay court costs.

Serfass resentenced him to serve three months backtime in the county prison effective Nov. 3. However, if he pays all his court costs of $215.58 by that date, the order will be vacated.

Josh Weimar, 20, of Lehighton, had his placement in the Accelerated Rehabilitation Disposition probation program on a charge of burglary revoked on petition filed by Eckhart for violating conditions of failing to pay court costs and failing to perform 50 hours of community service.

Serfass ordered the case placed on the next pretrial list.

Tory Schlier, 20, of Lehighton, had his parole revoked on a charge of theft on petition filed by Bettine for violating conditions of not reporting to the probation office as directed, testing positive for cocaine and opiates (morphine), failing to submit to a urine screen and violating the zero tolerance provision.

Nanovic resentenced him to serve 428 days in jail followed by 18 months of probation.

Anthony Capriglione, 25, of Albrightsville, had his parole revoked on a charge of possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance on petition of Bettine for violating conditions of failing to submit to a urine screen, which violated the zero tolerance provision.

Serfass resentenced him to serve 52 days street-time with credit for 52 days already served.