SMETHPORT — A Bradford man accused of causing damage in a crash, as well as with stealing a car, was sentenced Thursday in McKean County Court.

Harold L. Green, 28, will serve 128 days to 23 ½ months of incarceration with credit for 127 days of time served and one year of consecutive probation for charges in two cases. Green will also have to pay a total of $7,881.98 in restitution to four different victims. He’s charged in one case with terroristic threats and theft by unlawful taking and in the other case with accident involving damage to attended vehicle/property.

Court records filed at the time of his arrest in the theft case alleged that he stole the keys to a female’s car and drove away; he allegedly told her he would go to her home with a gun and kill her if she involved police.

Also in court, Chad A. Ginkel, 39, of Erie, was sentenced to six months to two years in state prison with credit for 24 days of time served for charges in two cases. He’s charged in one case with possession of drug paraphernalia, DUI-controlled substance and a summary charge and in the other case with possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Samantha L. Harp, 25, of Port Allegany, will serve six days to 18 months in McKean County Jail with credit for six days of time served and pay $100 in restitution for charges of simple assault, criminal mischief and four counts of recklessly endangering another person. President Judge John Pavlock said that Harp had stabbed an adult man in the hand with a sharp object, hit the man and threw a chair through a window.

Brianna L. Niles, 24, of Port Allegany, will serve 18 days to 18 months in McKean County Jail with credit for two days of time served for two counts of simple assault. On Nov. 12, Niles pleaded guilty to allegations that on June 28 and July 12, she hit her paramour in the head, causing injury and substantial pain.

Janelle M. Jones, 31, of Youngsville, will serve 30 days to one year in McKean County Jail with credit for 63 days of time served for a charge of escape. On Nov. 12, Jones pleaded guilty to allegations that on Sept. 19, she removed herself from official detention at the Lewis Run state police barracks.

Cougar A. Slade, 23, of Duke Center, will serve five years of probation with a period of restrictive sanctions for charges of DUI-alcohol and controlled substance and summary charges.

Joseph W. Lorenzo, 64, of Kane, will serve five years of probation with restrictive sanctions for a charge of DUI-controlled substance.

Zackary D. Barber, 19, of Crosby, will serve 15 months of probation for a charge of corruption of minors. Barber pleaded guilty Nov. 12 to allegations that between Jan. 1, 2019, and July 18, 2019, he had explicit contact with juveniles between the ages of 12 and 15 through social media and text. The allegations started when he was a minor and continued after he turned 18.

Lisa M. Kinney, 21, of Smethport, will serve two years of probation for charges of possession of drug paraphernalia.

Richard D. Yovichin II, 61, of Bradford, will serve six months of probation for a charge of disorderly conduct. Yovichin pleaded guilty Nov. 12 to allegations that on June 23, he lit a lighter in Keystone Fireworks in Foster Township in front of two different people, creating a risk of a hazardous situation.

Erica Herbstritt, 19, of Bradford, will serve one year of probation and pay $595 in restitution for a charge of criminal trespassing.

Pamela J. Austin, 45, of Custer City, will serve one year of probation and pay $115 in restitution to the Dollar General in Bradford for a charge of theft by unlawful taking.

Romaine L. McGraw, 51, of Bradford, was sentenced to 14 to 28 days in McKean County Jail with credit for 29 days of time served for a summary charge of harassment. McGraw pleaded guilty Nov. 12 to allegations that on July 6, during a dispute, she chased a male while she was holding a steak knife, and she shoved him.

Christopher L. Crum, 29, of Smethport, will serve 60 days in McKean County Jail, followed by 52 days to 18 months in jail. He has credit for 115 days of time served. The sentence is for charges of DUI-controlled substance and a summary charge.

James S. Severance, 40, of Bradford, will serve 30 days to six months in McKean County Jail for charges of DUI-controlled substance.

Eric T. Lamont, 38, of Port Allegany, will serve six months of probation with a period of restrictive sanctions for a charge of DUI-alcohol and a summary charge.

Brittani R. Clark, 29, of Bradford, will serve six months of probation with a period of restrictive sanctions for charges of DUI-controlled substance.

Christopher M. O’Connor, 26, of Wellsboro, will serve six months of probation with a period of restrictive sanctions for charges of DUI-controlled substance and summary charges.

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