Delano man among six to have probations revoked
A Delano man was one of six defendant's who had their probations revoked by judges in Schuylkill County court.
Edward Francis Ostrowski, 36, of 722 Lakeside Avenue, was removed from the Intermediate Punishment Program (IPP) by Judge Cyrus Palmer Dolbin and the court ordered his status be evaluated for placement from the county's to the states IPP and pay additional costs for the evaluation.
Osrowski was placed in the county program last September to serve 60 months on a charge of driving under the influence (DUI) of alcohol in Tamaqua in March 2012.
Ryan Anthony Petrulsky, Freeland, Luzerne County, had his probation revoked by Dolbin and he was re-sentencing on charges criminal conspiracy and retail theft to serve the balance of a sentence imposed on Sept. 22, 2012, and 65 days of liberty are disallowed creating a new maximum date for his release as March 13, 2014. He is eligible to apply for parole in four months unless he qualifies for early parole to a long term inpatient treatment facility. If and when he is released he will have to serve an additional 12 months probation. The retail theft occurred at the Wal-Mart store in Rush Township.
Chad D. Jacoby, 29, Schuylkill Haven, had his probation revoked by Judge John E. Domalakes and he was re-sentenced on charges of forging another person's name on two checks and theft, to serve four to 23 months in the county prison with credit for 70 days of time served He had pleaded guilty to the charges last October and was placed on probation.
Brooke Elizabeth Evitts, 24, Pottsville, had her parole revoked by President Judge William E. Baldwin and was re-sentenced on charges of theft and credit card fraud to serve three to 12 months in the county prison with credit for 31 days served. She had pleaded guilty to the charges in February 2012.
Frank John D'Agostino III, 31, Shenandoah, had his probation revoked by Baldwin and he was re-sentenced on a charge of delivery of a controlled substance to a confidential informant (CI) in Shenandoah to serve six to 24 months in a state correctional facility to run consecutive to a another sentence. His aggregated sentence comes to 24 to 60 months confinement. He had pleaded guilty to the charges in December 2011.
William Neary Rudiman, 20, Ashland, had his probation revoked by Judge Charles M. Miller and he was re-sentenced on three counts of robbery and six counts of terroristic threats to be recommitted to the county prison and 149 days of liberty disallowed which extended his maximum date for release from prison to July 1, 2014.
On a charge of possession a concealed weapon he was re-sentenced to serve two years probation after he is released from prison. He had pleaded guilty to the charges in February 2012.