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Five have probations revoked; resentenced in Schuylkill court

Published December 05. 2009 09:00AM

Five people had their probations revoked by President Judge William E. Baldwin after a hearing recently in the Schuylkill County Court on charges brought by their probation officers.

Bryan R. Reber, 26, of Schuylkill Haven, was recommitted to the county prison with credit for serving 139 days, but his liberty while on parole of 770 days is disaalowed. The court will not consider an application for parole before March 1, 2010. Reber pleaded guilty on May 3, 2007, to driving under the influence (DUI) of alcohol and received a sentence of 90 days to five years.

Annette Marie Trout, 46, Cressona, had her participation in the Intermediate Punishment Program (IPP) revoked and was recommitted to the county prison for not less than 148 days to five years with credit for serving 131 days in prison. She was told to qualify to apply for parole she must complete a course of outpatient counseling. Trout entered a guilty plea on Nov. 29, 2007, to a DUI charge and sentenced to serve 30 days in prison and then placed in the IPP for five years.

Edward Leymeister, 30, Schuylkill Haven, had his probation revoked and he was re-sentenced to serve six to 23 months in the county prison and was given credit for serving 35 days. He pleaded guilty on May 24, 2007, to charge of resisting arrest and three disorderly conduct charges were dismissed. The charges arose out of an argument he had with his wife outside their home on July 26, 2006.

Clement Michael Schrope, 59, Shenandoah, had his parole revoked and he was recommitted to the county prison with his liberty of 45 days disallowed and no application for another parole will be considered before April 8, 2010. Schrope pleaded guilty to assault and disorderly conduct charges on May 25 and was placed on probation 18 months.

David W. Lengel, 23, Pine Grove, had his participation in the IPP revoked and he was recommitted to the county prison for not less than 80 days nor more than six months with credit for serving 61 days. Lengel pleaded guilty last May 27 to a DUI charge and placed in the IPP.

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