Nine defendants ordered to serve prison terms
Nine defendants lost their freedom when Senior Judge D. Michael Stine and Judge Cyrus Palmer Dolbin revoked their probations and paroles after hearings in the Schuylkill County Court and remanded them to serve prison sentences.
Judge Stine ruled on the following:
Zachary Allen Kadingo, 23, Schuylkill Haven, had his probation revoked for violating two conditions of his probation, failure to notify his probation officer of a new arrest and possession of illegal drugs. He was re-sentenced to serve three months to 18 months in the Schuylkill County Prison and received credit for having served 59 days. Kadingo had pleaded guilty to possession of a small amount of marijuana and drug paraphernalia in August 2010 and was released on a lengthy probation period.
Damon Lamar Mayo, 28, Pottsville, had his parole revoked because of four violations of his parole conditions, failure to report regularly to his probation officer, failure to notify change of address, failure to report of a new arrest and possession of illegal narcotics. He was remanded to the county prison to serve the balance of his sentence and 424 days of liberty were taken away and added to the maximum date of his release, Feb. 21, 2013.
Mayo had pleaded guilty in January 2009 to theft of a mountain bike and was placed on probation. He had his parole revoked in May 2010 and re-sentenced to serve four months to 23 months in the county prison and after serving his minimum time was again released on parole.
Jessica Lynn Snoke, 26, Orwigsburg, had her probation revoked for violating three conditions, failure to report to her probation officer, failure to notify of a new arrest and failure to obtain permission to travel outside Schuylkill County. She was re-sentenced to serve one year to two years in a state correctional facility. Snoke pleaded guilty in August 2009 to forgery counts.
Gregory Allen Spiess, Jr., 34, Center Turnpike, had his parole revoked for violating four conditions, failing to report to his parole officer, failing to get permission to change addresses, possession of illegal drugs and possession of alcoholic beverages in his home. He was committed to the county prison to serve his original sentence and his 355 days of liberty were added to his maximum time for release which was extended to December 10, 2012. Spies pleaded guilty in December 2009 to resisting arrest and disorderly conduct charges and was placed on parole.
Brandon Stephen Moyer, 23, Pottsville, had his probation revoked for violating six conditions, failure to report to his probation officer, failing to report a new arrest, possession of illegal drugs, possession of alcoholic beverages in his home, failing to submit to drug and alcohol evaluation and failing to enroll in intensive outpatient treatment facility. Moyer was re-sentenced to serve 18 months to 36 months in a state correctional facility with credit for serving 45 days in the county prison. He pleaded guilty in July 2008 to a number of drug charges and was placed in the state's Intermediate Punishment Program on parole.
Judge Dolbin ruled on the following:
Jonathan Lee Speer, 22, Pine Grove, had his probation revoked and was re-sentenced on a simple assault charge to serve six months to 23 months in the county prison with credit for serving 50 days in the county prison. He had pleaded guilty in November 2010 to charges of assault with a tire iron.
Cassandra Lee Banicky, 39, Plains, had parole revoked and was remanded to the county prison to serve the balance of her sentence and her 328 days of liberty added to her maximum sentence which was extended to September 10, 2013. Banicky pleaded guilty in November 2010 to theft charges.
Jeffrey Michael McAnaney, 62, Pottsville, had his probation revoked and he was re-sentenced to serve three months to 23 months in the county prison with credit for serving 23 days. He had pleaded guilty last May to claiming he was robbed and implicating another person and was placed on 18 months probation.
Christ John Natale, 37, Minersville, had his parole revoked and was recommitted to the county prison to serve his original sentence and 1,323 days time at liberty were disallowed and added to his maximum date for release which is May 8, 2012. He had pleaded guilty driving under the influence of alcohol in November 2007 and after serving 90 days in prison was placed on parole for five years.
He cannot reapply for parole before May 8, 2012. His new maximum date for release is July 15, 2016.