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Sentence court

The following defendants were sentenced Jan. 19 in Butler County Common Pleas Court by Judge Timothy F. McCune.

Clifford Jenkins Anderson, 43, of Butler, was sentenced to serve 18 to 48 months in state prison after pleading guilty to a felony charge of possession of cocaine with intent to deliver filed in August 2019 by Butler County detectives. He was given credit for having served 187 days in prison.

Edwin Nain Vasquez Cabrera, 28, of Mars, was sentenced to concurrently serve 72 hours to six months in the Butler County Prison and six months probation after pleading guilty to a charge of driving under the influence filed in August and accidents involving damage to a vehicle or property filed in July. He was given credit for having served 150 days in prison. His sentence included paying fines totaling $1,050 and attending alcohol highway safety school, a victim impact panel and litter pickup. Adams Township police filed the charges in both cases.

Brent D. Kennard, 32, whose address is not known, was sentenced to serve 36 months parole followed by 12 months probation after pleading guilty to drug possession and terroristic threats charges in three cases filed against him. He pleaded guilty to felony charge of possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver filed in April by state police, a misdemeanor charge of terroristic threats filed in April by Butler city police and a felony charge of possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver filed in August by state police.

Jennifer Roncevich, 43, of Zelienople, was sentenced to serve 60 months probation, including 105 days house arrest, pay a $1,500 fine and complete alcohol highway safety school, 40 hours of community service, litter pickup and a victim impact panel after pleading guilty to her second DUI offense. Other charges were dismissed. Cranberry Township police filed the charges in July.

Timothy James Snyder, 37, of Mars, was sentenced to serve 60 months probation, including 105 days house arrest, pay a $1,500 fine and complete alcohol highway safety school, 40 hours of community service, litter pickup and a victim impact panel after pleading guilty to his second DUI offense. Other charges were dismissed. Adams Township police filed charges in March.

Zoe Breanne Heitzenrater, 22, of Prospect, was sentenced to serve 66 months probation, including 119 days house arrest, pay fines totaling $2,500 and attend alcohol highway safety school, litter pickup and a victim impact panel after pleading guilty to her first and second DUI offenses. Other charges were dismissed. Charges were filed by state police following separate incidents in January 2021.

Alvin E. Berry, 44, of Pittsburgh, was sentenced to serve six months probation, including 14 days house arrest, pay fines totaling $2,000 and complete alcohol highway safety school, 40 hours of community service, litter pickup and a victim impact panel after pleading guilty to his second DUI offense and driving with a suspended license. Other charges were dismissed. State police filed charges in August.

Hannah E. Napolitano-Plazek, 21, of Aliquippa, was sentenced to serve 90 months of probation and pay a $25 fine after pleading guilty to charges of endangering the welfare of children, resisting arrest, disorderly conduct and two counts of simple assault filed in March by Mars police.

Charles William Cox Jr., 26, of Pittsburgh, was sentenced to serve three to 23 months in prison, but was immediately paroled and placed on probation and fined $100 after pleading guilty to charges of possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver filed in February by state police and disorderly conduct filed in November by state police.

Ginnyanne Celli, 46, of Evans City, was sentenced to serve 60 months probation, including 105 days house arrest, pay fines totaling $2,500 and complete alcohol highway safety school, 40 hours of community service, litter pickup and a victim impact panel after pleading guilty to her second DUI offense and driving with a suspended license. State police filed the charges in September.

Alexander Vargas, 31, of Franklin, was sentenced to serve six months probation, including 14 days house arrest and ordered to complete alcohol highway safety school, 40 hours of community service, litter pickup and a victim impact panel after pleading guilty to a charge of DUI of a controlled substance filed by state police in June. Other charges were dismissed.

Jason Joseph McCray, 42, of Union City, was sentenced to serve 84 months probation, including 18 months house arrest, pay fines totaling $5,000 and complete alcohol highway safety school, 40 hours of community service, litter pickup and a victim impact panel after pleading guilty to his third DUI offense and a charge of driving with a suspended license. Other charges were dismissed. Slippery Rock police filed the charges in May.

Hannah Lynn Steighner, 25, of Butler, was sentenced to serve six months probation and complete 25 hours of community service after pleading guilty to a charge of possession of a controlled substance filed in June by Butler city police.

Joseph R. Birsa, 44, of Cranberry Township, was sentenced to concurrently serve two 18-month terms of probation after pleading guilty to two separate counts of simple assault filed in February and May by Cranberry Township police.

Maxine Joan Jacobson, 25, of Clintonville, was sentenced to serve six months probation after pleading guilty to a charge of possession of drug paraphernalia filed by county detectives in January 2021.

Matthew G. Sabich, 52, of Parker, was sentenced to serve six months probation, including 30 days house arrest, pay fines totaling $1,025 and complete alcohol highway safety school, 40 hours of community service, litter pickup and a victim impact panel after pleading guilty to charges of DUI and careless driving filed in August by state police. Other charges were dismissed.

Brandon David McFadden, 22, of Slippery Rock, was sentenced to serve six months probation, including seven days house arrest, pay a $500 fine and complete alcohol highway safety school, 40 hours of community service, litter pickup and a victim impact panel after pleading guilty to a charge of DUI filed in April by Slippery Rock police. Other charges were dismissed. In a separate case, McFadden was sentenced to concurrently serve 24 months probation after pleading guilty to a charge of possession of a controlled substance filed in March 2020 by state police.

Bradley E. Weitzel, 35, of Butler, was sentenced to serve six months probation, including 14 days house arrest, pay fines totaling $325 and complete alcohol highway safety school, 25 hours of community service, litter pickup and a victim impact panel after pleading guilty to charges of DUI and disorderly conduct filed in December by state police. Other charges were dismissed.