Guilty pleaders sentenced in county court

  • September 27, 2013

WAYNESBURG – A number of criminal defendants pleaded guilty Wednesday before Greene County Judge Farley Toothman. They included the following:

Albert David Medlen, 34, of 29 Taylor Ave., Clarksville; offenses – driving while his operating privileges are suspended or revoked; a charge of criminal mischief was withdrawn; on May 5, Medlen spun the wheels of his truck, throwing gravel into another vehicle and causing damage; sentence – 60 days in jail, $698.54 in restitution; $250 in fines; he is permitted to serve the sentence on weekends.

Brandon Ludrosky, 32, of 415 S. Willis St., Bobtown; offenses – possession of drug paraphernalia and disorderly conduct; on March 17, 2011, Ludrosky was found unconscious lon Nemacolin Road; he was in possession of a syringe, spoon and empty stamp bags of heroin; he was entered into the ARD program, but removed from the program after testing positive for opiates May 9; sentence – 43 days to 1 year in jail; credit for 43 days already served; $250 fine.

Justin L. McCann, 22, of 1311 South Branch Muddy Creek Road, Carmichaels; offenses – pleaded no contest to theft and receiving stolen property; McCann was accused of stealing two vehicles from Hydraulic Solutions Aug. 29, 2012 and selling them for scrap; sentence – 30 days to 23 ½ month in jail; $500 fine; credit for 20 days served.

Matthew Paul Glover, 27, of 7-B Rose Circle, Smithfield; offenses – 2 counts each of retail theft and conspiracy; Jan. 8, 2012, Glover and another man stole two laptop computers from Walmart in Waynesburg; Jan. 10, 2012, they stole two laptop computer and a game machine from the same store; sentence – 30 days to 2 years in jail, $500 fine; $1,729.68 in restitution.

David Alan Carson, 55, of 415 First St., Allison; offenses – driving under the influence of alcohol, restriction on alcoholic beverages; arrested April 6, Carson had a blood-alcohol content of 0.234 percent and an open can of beer in his vehicle; sentence – 72 hours to 6 months in jail; $1,000 fine; 100 hours of community service.

Tiffany Nicole Smith, 28, of 111 Acklin Road, Jefferson; offenses – weapons or implements of escape; serving a weekend sentence for traffic violations, Smith attempted to bring a pair of scissors into the Greene County Jail Feb. 3; sentence – 5 years in the county intermediate punishment program, including 12 months of house arrest; $500 fine.

Mary Annette Roberts, 48, of 145 Rices Landing Road, Rices Landing; offenses – DUI, second offense; five summary traffic violations; arrested Jan. 5 after her vehicle hit a telephone pole, sign and gas line at a house on Route 88, Roberts had a 0.300 percent BAC; she failed to stop at the scene; sentence – 90 days to 5 years in jail, $2,870 in fines, 225 hours of community service.

Randy Allen Kimble, 25, of 108 Woodland Ave., Waynesburg; offenses – simple assault, amended from a charge of aggravated harassment; harassment; April 16, Kimble spit in the face of Greene County Jail Warden Harry Gillispie; sentence – 6 days to 23 ½ months in jail, credit for 6 days served; $100 fine; continuing mental health treatment.


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