Court cases

  • November 20, 2012

Numerous people recently appeared in Washington County Court on criminal charges.

Appearing before Judge John DiSalle were:

Robert J. Jordan, 35, of 2 Dire Drive, Hickory; sexual assault, endangering the welfare of a child, corruption of minors, indecent assault; charged for having sex with a 16-year-old girl at his home from April 2, 2011, to July 4, 2011; sentence – 3 to 6 years in prison.

Kenneth E. Keyock, 37, of 306 E. Main St., Monongahela; simple assault, conspiracy to commit solicitation; charged May 10 and July 6 after assaulting a woman at his home; sentence – 6 to 23 months in jail.

David E. Mick, 55, of 423 Liberty Ave., North Charleroi; charged Nov. 1, 2011, for stealing cash from a North Charleroi woman; sentence – 18 months of probation.

David V. Spino, 43, of 996 W. Wylie Ave., Washington; open lewdness; charged April 4 at the Denny’s Restaurant on West Chestnut St., Canton Township; sentence – 12 months of probation.

Timothy V. Colussi, 45, of 178 Center Ave., Millsboro; theft by unlawful taking; charged Sept. 26 at the Butcher Shop in Fredericktown; sentence – 9 to 18 months in jail.

Brian W. Mizwa, 36, of 109 Greenridge Drive, Monongahela; unsworn falsification; charged March 14 at his home; sentence – 23 months of probation.

Dennis W. Manuel, no age listed, of 33 Terrace Drive, Charleroi; statutory sexual assault, corruption of minors; charged for sexually assaulting a teenage girl from Feb. 10, 2011, to Aug. 11, 2011, at his home; sentence – 11 1/2 to 23 months in jail followed by 5 years of probation.

Hasson S. Alamri, 28, of 22 Thayer St., Washington; five counts of simple assault, accidents involving damage, driving with a suspended license; charged Jan. 8 after hitting a vehicle in the parking lot at The Meadows Casino, and Nov. 20 following a fight at Rockin’ Willies in North Strabane Township; sentence – 42 months of probation, $200 fine.

Ruschelle A. Stone, 29, of 126 Jeanne St., Washington; two counts of possession of drug paraphernalia; charged April 17 at Victoria and Walnut streets in Washington, and July 1 on West Walnut Street in Washington; sentence – 12 months of probation.

Cynthia F. Williams, 53, of 910 Fayette St., Washington; first driving-under-the-influence offense, criminal mischief; charged Feb. 14 for criminal mischief on Fayette Street in Washington, and June 9 following a traffic stop on Route 40 in Centerville with a 0.156 percent blood-alcohol content; sentence – 48 hours to 6 months in jail, $500 fine, drug and alcohol evaluation and treatment, driver’s license suspension.

Darlene M. Dudley, 24, of 431 Euclid Ave., Canonsburg; retail theft; charged July 14 at Gabriel Brothers in South Strabane Township; sentence – 12 months of probation.

Jesse J. Stoner, 20, of 615 Moore Road, Washington; possession of drug paraphernalia; charged July 11 at his home; sentence – 12 months of probation.

Appearing before Judge Janet Moschetta Bell were:

Jillian Jo McBride, 35, of 100 S. Franklin St., Apt. 508, Washington; possession of drug paraphernalia; charged May 22 at 69 W. Katherine Ave., Washington; sentence – 12 months of probation.

Anthony R. Cropp, 26, of 267 Elwood Day Road, West Finley; simple assault; charged March 18 for assaulting a woman at 455 Duncan Ave., Washington; sentence – 12 to 24 months in jail.

Charles W. Reihner, 49, of 610 Best Ave., Washington; accidents involving damage; charged July 3 on West Chestnut Street in North Franklin Township; sentence – 6 months of probation.


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