SMETHPORT — A Port Allegany man was sentenced on Thursday in McKean County Court to a term in state prison for a firearm-related charge.

Timothy Major, 42, will serve four to eight years in state prison with credit for 103 days of time served for a charge of possession of firearm prohibited. Major pleaded guilty Aug. 25 to allegations that between March 6 and April 6, he possessed a .22 caliber rifle knowing he was not allowed to possess a firearm.

Meanwhile, a hearing is to be scheduled regarding two other cases against Major related to the sale of stolen property. According to President Judge John Pavlock, there are several potential things that could happen at the hearing, including a pretrial conference, a restitution hearing of entrance of a guilty plea. If Major entered a plea, Pavlock said he would likely be sentenced the same day.

Court records filed at the time of his arrest indicated that Major is charged in the two cases combined with selling roughly $46,000 in stolen items to McKean County E-Sales. The items were allegedly stolen from the garage of Major’s landlord and from Edmond Chevrolet in Bradford, where Major formerly worked.

Also in court, Daniel R. Jackson, 41, of Bradford, will serve 90 days to 18 months in McKean County Jail with credit for 122 days of time served on a charge of possession with the intent to deliver a controlled substance. Jackson pleaded guilty Aug. 25 to allegations that on Feb. 19, 2015, he possessed with the intent to deliver less than one gram of heroin.

Josh J. Bodistow, 32, of Kane, will serve six to 12 months in McKean County Jail with credit for eight days of time served and 11 ½ months of probation on a charge of simple assault. Bodistow entered a guilty plea Aug. 25 to allegations that on March 16, he struck a 5-year-old boy in the face, bruising him.

Ronald L. Smith, 21, of Erie, will serve two to 12 months in McKean County Jail on a charge of terroristic threats. Smith entered a guilty plea Sept. 22 to allegations that on July 9, he told a woman that if he went to jail for a court case in Erie, it would be for life because he would kill her.

Jeffery A. Prosser Jr., 25, of Bradford, will serve 23 ½ months of probation on charges of criminal trespassing and theft by unlawful taking. He pleaded guilty Aug. 11 to allegations that on April 5, he took $1,275 worth of items from 5 Cannon Court in Lewis Run.

Jonathan L. Lananger, 23, will serve 60 days to 23 ½ months in McKean County Jail with credit of one day of time served and pay $1,114.92 in restitution on a charge of conspiracy to commit burglary. Lananger pleaded guilty Aug. 25 to allegations that between April 27 and 29 he conspired with others to commit burglary.

Zachary D. Foust, 23, of Bolivar, N.Y., pleaded guilty to charges of receiving stolen property, criminal trespassing and theft from a motor vehicle. According to Assistant District Attorney Ashley Shade, between April 27 and 29, Foust received stolen equipment worth $5,420 — some of which stolen from the victim’s vehicle — and he entered 649 Lynch Hollow Road, Ceres Township, without permission. He will be sentenced Dec. 1.

Richard S. Trojan Jr., 45, of Bradford, will serve seven to 24 months in state prison with credit for 92 days of time served on charges of BAC .02 or greater-second offense and driving under the influence of alcohol.

Jonathan D. Howes, 25, of Port Allegany, will serve five years in the Intermediate Punishment Program on charges of driving under the influence of a controlled substance and summary charges.

Jay A. Moshier, 49, of Allegany, N.Y., will serve 15 days to 12 months in McKean County Jail with credit for 17 days of time served on charges of harassment in two cases.

Caleb A. Crenshaw, 23, of Bradford, will serve one year of probation on a charge of simple assault.

Meghan R. Knauer, 31, of Port Allegany, will serve one year of probation on charges of theft by deception in two cases.

William A. Sirline Jr., 24, of Bradford, will serve on year of probation on a charge of access device fraud.

Gwendolyn W. Thomas, 52, of Roulette, will serve 12 months of probation on charges of resisting arrest, driving under the influence of alcohol and summary charges.

Stephen J. Scott, 32, of Ravenna, Ohio, will serve six months in the Intermediate Punishment Program on a charge of driving under the influence of alcohol.

Joette M. Bruno, 43, of Lewis Run, will serve six months in the Intermediate Punishment Program on a charge of driving under the influence of alcohol.

Elizabeth A. Kamats, 43, of St. Marys, will serve nine months of probation on a charge of theft by unlawful taking.

Krystle L. Causer, 32, of Kane, will serve nine months of probation on a charge of retail theft.

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