A Nesquehoning woman was one of six defendants who had their probations revoked by Schuylkill County judges.

Stephanie Lynn Keck, 32, of 239 Catawissa St., Nesquehoning, after a hearing in court had her probation revoked by President Judge William E. Baldwin and she was re-sentenced on two forgery charges to serve three months to 23 months in the Schuylkill County Prison with credit for having served 12 days and when released on probation she shall submit to drug and alcohol and mental health evaluations. Keck had pleaded guilty on February 18, 2010 to forging a check and cashing it at We R Cigarette Store in Tamaqua.

Sharon A. Smith, 42, Tremont, had her probation revoked by Judge John E. Domalakes and was remanded to the county prison with 122 days time at liberty be disallowed creating a new maximum date for her release from prison as July 22, 2013. She is eligible to apply for parole on or after May 18, 2012 with credit of time-served of 64 days. Judge Domalakes told her he would consider parole earlier if she is accepted into an inpatient drug and alcohol rehab program. Smith pleaded guilty last April 20 to delivery of drugs in Minersville and after serving three months in prison was released on probation.

John William Houston, 24, Gordon, had his probation revoked by Judge Domalakes and with 108 days of liberty taken away which extended his maximum date for release as May 5, 2012, however, the court is giving him a second chance and released him on immediate probation. Houston pleaded guilty last June 22 to driving under the influence of alcohol after serving 72 hours in prison was released on probation.

Matthew Tigue Reber, Schuylkill Haven, had his probation revoked by Judge Domalakes and he was recommitted to the county prison with 181 days of liberty taken away and added to his new maximum date for release at July 19, 2012. Reber pleaded guilty last June 22 driving under the influence of alcohol and after serving 48 hours in prison was released on probation.

Randy Guy Williams, 25, of 74 Valley Street, New Philadelphia, was removed from the Intermediate Punishment Program by Judge Domalakes and recommitted to the county prison to serve one month to six months. Williams pleaded guilty to driving under the influence of alcohol and was placed on probation for six months in the IPP.

Christopher Michael Cataldi, 23, Saint Clair, had his probation revoked by Judge Cyrus Palmer Dolbion and was recommitted to the county prison to serve his original sentence and shall submit to an alcohol and drug evaluation. He was first placed in the ARD (Accelerated Rehabilative Disposition) Program, which was revoked. He then pleaded guilty to a charge of simple assault and served five days in prison and released on probation.