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Six defendants re-sentenced

Published November 18. 2011 05:01PM

Six defendants who had their probations and paroles revoked by Schuylkill County judges were all re-sentenced to a prison terms.

Judge Cyrus Palmer Dolbin sentenced the following:

Michael Thomas Eiler, 29, Pottsville, was re-sentenced to serve six to 12 months in a state correctional facility on two counts of possession of a controlled substance (CS) and one count of possession of drug paraphernalia. He had pleaded guilty to the charges last May and was placed on probation.

Ian John Munz, 29, Tower City, was re-sentenced to serve the balance of his original sentence in the county prison and his 240 days of liberty disallowed and added to his maximum sentence which was extended to Aug. 27, 2012, however, he will be eligible to apply for reparole next Jan. 1. Munz pleaded guilty to retail theft from Tower Sales Mini Market and was placed on parole.

Sammy Jo Rohrback, 24, Schuylkill Haven, was re-sentended to serve four to 23 months in the county prison but shall be paroled into a long term inpatient facility for pregnant women. She pleaded guilty last April to theft and was placed on probation.

Judge John E. Domalakes sentenced the following:

Ronald Elvin Reed, 42, Orwigsburg, was re-sentenced to serve the balance of his sentence in the county prison. He is eligible for reapply for parole upon establishing employment arrangements with available transportation and to undergo drug and alcohol treatment. The court will also consider an application for work release. Reed pleaded guilty to assault on Sept. 9, 2010 and was placed on parole.

Richard Wargo, 38, Mahanoy City, was remanded to the county prison to serve the balance of his original sentence. He can reapply for parole after Dec. 29. Wargo pleaded guilty to driving under the influence (DUI) of drugs on June 19, 2008, and after serving 90 days in prison was placed on parole for five years.

Judge Jacqueline Russell sentenced the following:

Allen Edward Thompson Jr., 22, Pottsville, to serve three to 12 months in the county prison. He pleaded guilty last March to receiving stolend property, criminal conspiracy and criminal mischief and was placed on probation.

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