SMETHPORT — A Port Allegany man was sentenced on Thursday in McKean County Court for his role in two separate drug-related cases.

Lanny Nunn, 64, will serve 18 months in the Intermediate Punishment Program for drug-related charges stemming from two separate cases. In one case he’s charged with possession with the intent to deliver a controlled substance, and in the second he’s charged with criminal use of a communication facility.

Nunn pleaded guilty on Nov. 12 to allegations that on March 25, 2014, he delivered 20 dihydrocodeinone pills; then, on Jan. 30, 2014, Nunn use a phone to plan a drug transaction.

Also in court, Sandra A. Smith, 50, of Spring Creek, will serve six to 23 ½ months in McKean County Jail with credit for 75 days of time served on a charge of obtaining possession of a controlled substance through misrepresentation. On Aug. 6, Smith pleaded guilty to allegations she used a fraudulent name and address to obtain pills from the emergency room at Bradford Regional Medical Center.

Caleb A. Crenshaw, 22, will serve 134 to 23 ½ months in McKean County Jail with credit for 134 days of time served on a charge of theft by unlawful taking and a summary charge. On July 29, Crenshaw drove carelessly in a Buick Century sedan he stole, he agreed the day he pleaded guilty.

Timothy S. Parinella, 40, of Jamestown, N.Y., will serve two to 23 ½ months in McKean County Jail with credit for 10 days of time served and 12 months of probation on charges of terroristic threats and ethnic intimidation. Parinella pleaded guilty to allegations he threatened someone and commented on the person’s race, religion or nation of origin.

Joshua T. Tompkins, 29, of Bradford, will serve 104 days to eight months in McKean County Jail with credit for 104 days of time served and 18 months of probation for charges in two cases. He’s charged in one case with corruption of minors and in the second case with flight to avoid apprehension. Tompkins agreed on the day he pleaded guilty that on Jan. 30, he provided alcohol to a 14-year-old male, a 17-year-old male and two 14-year-old females; then, on Aug. 29, he concealed himself from police.

Dennis R. Ordiway, 68, of Bradford, will serve five years in the Intermediate Punishment Program on charges of driving under the influence of alcohol.

Gary L. Abplanalp, 44, of Kane, will serve five years in the Intermediate Punishment Program on charges of driving under the influence of alcohol and a summary charge.

Shane M. Hurlburt, 25, of Kane, will serve 20 days to 12 months in McKean County Jail with credit for 20 days of time served on a charge of criminal trespassing and a summary charge.

Joshua A. Everly, 37, of Bradford, will serve 18 to 60 days in McKean County Jail with credit for four days of time served and 16 months of probation on a charge of criminal mischief. He will also pay $4,999 in restitution.

Scott M. Pollock, 24, of Louisville, Ky., will serve 30 days to six months in McKean County Jail on charges of driving under the influence of alcohol and summary charges.

Donald L. Fry, 46, of Kane, will serve 20 days to six months in McKean County Jail on a charge of driving under the influence of alcohol and summary charges.

Chad J. Kitchnefsky, 22, of Tunkhannock, will serve six months in the Intermediate Punishment Program on charges of driving under the influence of alcohol and a summary charge.

Jason A. Connor, 38, of Smethport, will serve six months in the Intermediate Punishment Program on charges of driving under the influence of alcohol and a summary charge.

Triston M. Thompson, 19, of Bradford, will serve 12 months of probation on a charge of possession of drug paraphernalia.

Dustin J. Baldwin, 19, of Eldred, will serve nine months of probation on a charge of theft by unlawful taking.

Joshua R. Safford, 34, of Smethport, will serve 90 days of probation on a summary charge of harassment.

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