Seven defendants have probation or parole revoked by judges
Seven defendants who were placed on parole or probation were back in court and had their freedom taken taken away by Schuylkill County judges and now they must serve their time behind bars.
Richard Paul Davidson, 40, Shenandoah, had his parole revoked by Judge Charles M. Miller and he was remanded to the county prison to serve the balance of his sentence and his 158 days of liberty will be added to his sentence which extends the maximum time for his release from prison to Feb. 18, 2014. He is not eligible to re-apply for parole before June 3, 2012.
Davidson pleaded guilty in October 2011 to delivery of drugs in Shenandoah and after serving 11 months in the county prison was placed on parole.
Jessica A. Pauley, 29, Minersville, was removed by Miller from the Intermediate Punishment Program (IPP) and re-sentenced on a driving under the influence (DUI) of alcohol to sere three to six months in the county prison with credit for serving 67 days. The court ordered she must go directly from prison to an inpatiient rehab facility if an open bed becomes available. At that point she can apply for early parole.She had previously pleaded guilty to the charge.
James William Martello, 24, Pottsville, had his probation revoked by President Judge William E. Baldwin and he was re-sentenced on charges of criminal trespass on private property at 106 N. Third St., Pottsville, criminal conspiracy and theft of television set, was senenced to serve three to 18 months in the county prison with credit for serving 69 days. He had previously pleaded guilty to the charges and was placed on probation.
Matthew John Dewald, 26, Pottsville, had his probation revoked by Judge Cyrus Palmer Dolbin and he was re-sentenced to serve three to 24 months in the county prison. He had pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance and simple assault on Ashley Dudash, Pottsville and was placed on probation.
Dominick J. Leo, 50, Shenandoah, had his parole revoked by Dolbin and he was recommitted to the county prison and his 360 days of liberty disallowed and added to his sentence which moved the date for release to May 18, 1214. He pleaded guilty to theft and after six days in prison was released on probation.
Robert Thomas Chuplis, 34, Girardville, was removed from the IPP by Judge John E. Domalakes and was re-sentencedf on DUI of alcohol and drugs to serve four months to five years in the county prison. He had pleaded guilty to the charge and spent 30 days in prison and then was placed in the special program for four years and 11 months.
Amy Lynn Boppel, 35, Ashland, had her parole revoked by Miller and she was re-senencerd on a DUI of alcohol charge to serve the balance of her sentence in a state correctional facility and he maximum date for release was extended to July 18, 2017.
Miller commented that he feels that the physician at the prison should make every effort to provide intensive mental health and drug and alcohol treatmehnt. This was her second revocation.