Tuesday
September 4, 2018

Pike jail inmate gets additional time for resisting sex offender registration

MILFORD - Robert Warren, 55, presently housed in the Pike County Jail, was sentenced to 8 months to 19 months and 10 days in the jail and fined $100 for Obstruction of Administration of Law or Other Governmental Function.  Between October of 2016 and the Winter of 2017, at the Pennsylvania State Police Barracks and all other approved registration sites in Pike County, PA, Warren did intentionally impair the administration of law and governmental function, in that he relocated and presented an obstacle to the Pennsylvania State Police who were attempting to gain compliance from Warren for the purposes of registration under the Sexual Offenders Registration and Notification Act.

 

Other criminal sentences issued by issued by Pike County Court of Common Pleas President Judge Gregory Chelak:

Khalid Pasha, 27, of Bushkill, PA, was sentenced to 20 days to 90 days in the Pike County Jail, fined $300 and a driver’s license suspension for a duration to be determined by PennDOT, for Operating Without Interlock Ignition.  The state police were conducting a stationary patrol on December 7, 2017, along Milford Road in Lehman Township, when Pasha was observed operating a vehicle without the required ignition interlock system.

Joseph Cardinale, 38, of Lackawaxen Township, PA was sentenced to 6 months of the Pike Care IP Program which will include 3 days of house arrest, a $1,000 fine and a driver’s license suspension of twelve months for Driving Under the Influence.  The state police stopped Cardinale on February 4, 2018, along SR 590 in Lackawaxen Township for driving erratically.  Upon speaking with Cardinale, the trooper detected the smell of an alcoholic beverage and observed Cardinale’s eyes to be watery and bloodshot and his speech slurred.  Field Sobriety Tests showed impairment and a blood test confirmed a blood alcohol content of .192%.

Jonathan Warner, 31, of Middletown, NY, was sentenced to 63 days to 6 months in the Pike County Jail, fined $600 and had his driver’s license suspended for 6 months for Possession of a Controlled Substance and False Identification to Law Enforcement.  Eastern Pike Regional Police officers were alerted to Warner’s suspicious behavior as a passenger in a stopped vehicle while the driver of the vehicle was being questioned by police along Hulst Drive in Westfall Township on April 25, 2013.  Warner was found in possession of Xanax which he did not have a prescription for.  During a community event at Airport Park in Matamoras on July 16, 2013, Warner was observed acting intoxicated.  When asked for his identification, Warner provided the officer with a false name and date of birth.

Richard Johnson, 57, of Milford, PA, was sentenced to 6 months of the Pike Care IP Program which will include 1 month of house arrest, a $500 fine and a driver’s license suspension of 12 months for Driving Under the Influence.  The state police stopped Johnson on October 7, 2017, for weaving across his lane of travel along I-84 in Blooming Grove Township.  In making contact with Johnson, the trooper detected the smell of an alcoholic beverage and observed him to have glassy, bloodshot eyes.  Field Sobriety Tests were attempted and a preliminary breath test indicated the presence of alcohol.  A breath test confirmed a blood alcohol content of .94%.

Jennifer Sauvie, 26, of Dingmans Ferry, PA, was sentenced to 18 months of probation and fined $600 for 2 counts of Theft.  Sauvie altered reservations on the computer of her employer at his Matamoras office between May 21, 2017 and September 2, 2017, discounted the final bill with coupons and pocketed the difference from the cash register taking in excess of $2,000 from her employer.

Carl Heckman, 51, of Northampton, PA, was sentenced to 6 months to 12 months in the Pike County Jail, fined $900 and had his driver’s license suspended for 12 months for Possession of a Controlled Substance, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and Possession of a Small Amount of Marihuana.  The state police were dispatched to a residence along RT 390 in Greene Township on March 14, 2018, to assist Northampton Sheriff’s Department and the State Police Fugitive Task Force apprehend Heckman on outstanding warrants.  Heckman was found in possession of Methamphetamine, Marihuana, syringes and glassines packets.

Damaritzabel Fernandez, 30, from Allentown, PA, was sentenced to 8 days to 17 days in the Pike County Jail and fined $300 for Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.  Fernandez was a passenger in a vehicle that was stopped January 27, 2018, along I-84 in Westfall Township for no license plate illumination.  The trooper detected the smell of Marihuana emanating from the vehicle.  Fernandez was found in possession of a Marihuana grinder.

Taylor Sargent, 27, of Conway SC, was sentenced to a $300 fine for Public Drunkenness.  Eastern Pike Regional Police were alerted to the presence of an intoxicated man at a retail business in Matamoras Borough on May 15, 2017.  Sargent was observed stumbling across the parking lot where he was a danger to himself, other persons and property.

 



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