SMETHPORT — A Buffalo, N.Y., man who was charged for traveling to Bradford to sell illegal drugs pleaded guilty Thursday in McKean County Court.

Peter R. Stallworth, 40, entered a guilty plea to four counts of possession with the intent to deliver a controlled substance. According to District Attorney Stephanie Vettenburg-Shaffer, on April 20, Stallworth conspired with Ronald Daniels to possess with the intent to deliver less than 2 grams of cocaine and at least 1 gram but less than 10 grams of heroin.

A case against Daniels in the incident has yet to be resolved. He is scheduled to appear for a status conference in the case on Thursday.

Stallworth will be sentenced Sept. 1.

Also in court, Ryan J. Buterbaugh, 19, of Bradford, pleaded guilty to charges of possession with the intent to deliver a controlled substance and possession with the intent to deliver a designer drug. On Aug. 28, 2015, Buterbaugh possessed 1.89 grams of cocaine, 11.66 grams of butyryl-fentanyl and 11 glassine bags containing less than 1 gram more of butyryl-fentanyl, according to Assistant District Attorney Sean Barrett. He will be sentenced Sept. 1.

Stephanie A. Cossairt, 25, of Olean, N.Y., pleaded guilty to charges of possession with the intent to deliver a controlled substance and criminal use of a communication facility. On April 7, Cossairt used a telephone to commit delivery of more than 1 gram but less than 10 grams of heroin, according to Shaffer. She will be sentenced Sept. 1.

Jacob L. Miller, 19, of Bradford, pleaded guilty to charges in two separate cases. He’s charged in one case with burglary and theft by unlawful taking, and he’s charged in the second case with unauthorized use of a motor vehicle. Shaffer said that on June 5, Miller entered a home at 59 Jefferson St. in Bradford and took $978.95 in items including a television set, gaming systems and games; also, on July 29, 2015, he drove an automobile without consent from the owner. He will be sentenced Sept. 15.

Ryan W. Morris, 23, of Port Allegany, pleaded guilty to a charge of corruption of minors. On May 11, Morris kissed a 12-year-old girl on the lips, Shaffer said. He will be sentenced Aug. 18.

Donald W. Peterson, 48, of Cyclone, pleaded guilty to a charge of recklessly endangering another person and a summary charge. Assistant District Attorney Ashley Shade said that on March 30, Peterson raised a long gun to two adults and three juveniles — ages 3, 10 and 5 — and he threw a chunk of wood at a male, striking him in the leg. He will be sentenced Sept. 15.

Jeffery A. Prosser Jr., 25, of Bradford, pleaded guilty to charges of criminal trespassing and theft by unlawful taking. Barrett said that on April 5, Prosser took items worth approximately $1,275 from 5 Cannon Court, Lewis Run, including a Suzuki motor and parts, comics, coins and tools. He will be sentenced Sept. 15.

Holli A. Hull, 43, of Kane, pleaded guilty to charges of criminal trespassing and theft by unlawful taking. On April 9, Hull entered a hotel room at the Kane Manor, using the room and taking two boxes of wine worth $101.78, Barrett said. She will be sentenced Sept. 1.

Eric M. Dicenso, 37, of Pittsburgh, pleaded guilty to charges of possession of a controlled substance and receiving stolen property. On April 17, Dicenso possessed seven fentanyl patches and received those patches and a checkbook knowing they were stolen, according to Shade. He will be sentenced Sept. 15.

John D. Morrison, 33, of Bradford, pleaded guilty to a charge of simple assault and a summary charge. Barrett said that on June 3, Morrison walked into an apartment rented by two women and struck one in the head; he also appeared in public under the influence of alcohol. He will be sentenced Sept. 15.

Jonathan J. Johnson, 29, of Bradford, pleaded guilty to charges of terroristic threats and disorderly conduct. On March 22, he threatened to commit violence and engaged in threatening behavior, according to Shaffer. He will be sentenced Oct. 13.

Harry L. Keller, 42, of Bradford, pleaded guilty to a charge of harassment. On Dec. 10, 2015, Keller made threats over the phone to staff at School Street Elementary School in Bradford, saying he would come to the school and physically harm a teacher, according to Barrett. He will be sentenced Sept. 15.

Cameron J. Abbey, 18, of Bradford, pleaded guilty to a charge of unsworn falsification to authorities. Barrett said that on Nov. 13, 2015, Abbey reported to a trooper that he saw one person hit another person outside of a bar, even though he knew the story was false. He will be sentenced Sept. 1.

Rebekah M. Rosenblatt, 21, of Olean, N.Y., will serve 12 months of probation for a charge of receiving stolen property, and she will pay $227.75 to the Panther Shop at the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford.

Dakota R. Allen, 19, of Bradford, pleaded guilty to a charge of retail theft. On Aug. 21, 2015, Allen took items from Walmart worth $145.73 including a backpack, grocery items and speakers, Barrett said. He will be sentenced Sept. 1.

Mitchel H. Gross, 40, of Derrick City, pleaded guilty to a charge of possession of a fentanyl patch. He will be sentenced Sept. 15.

James R. Sorensen, 35, of Mount Jewett, pleaded guilty to a charge of possession of marijuana. He will serve four months of probation.

Ashley K. Plants, 20, of Shinglehouse, pleaded guilty to a charge of possession of drug paraphernalia. She will be sentenced Sept. 15.

Keith L. Homell, 30, of Portville, N.Y., was accepted into the Accelerated Rehabilitative Disposition Program for possession of drug paraphernalia and driving under the influence of a controlled substance; while Carter G. Nickel, 20, of Derrick City, was accepted into the ARD Program for possession of a controlled substance and drug paraphernalia.

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