Dispositions in Pike County Court

Milford. Pike County District Attorney Raymond J. Tonkin announced the criminal sentences issued on Jan. 30 by Pike County Court of Common Pleas President Judge Gregory Chelak.

04 Feb 2020 | 01:10

Ian Andrew Gladkowski, 31, of Milford, Pa., was sentenced to 6 months to 5 years in the Pike County Jail, fined $3,200, and had his driver’s license suspended for 18 months for the crimes of Driving Under the Influence, Possession of a Controlled Substance, Resisting Arrest, and Theft. Gladkowski took items with a value in excess of $2,000 from a home in Delaware Township on July 18, 2019, without the owner’s permission. The state police encountered Gladkowski passed out at the wheel of his vehicle, which was in drive and running along the southbound lane of SR 739 in Dingman Township on Nov. 21, 2018. The trooper detected the smell of an alcoholic beverage when contact was made with Gladkowski and observed him to have bloodshot and glassy eyes. Gladkowski was incapable of performing a field sobriety test and refused a breath test. On Dec. 24, 2018, the state police encountered Gladkowski unconscious in his vehicle along SR 739 in Dingman Township. In an attempt to subdue Gladkowski, Gladkowski resisted arrest, placing the trooper at risk of bodily injury. Gladkowski was found in possession of suboxone.

Alan C. Danelski, 41, of Beach Lake, Pa., was sentenced to 3 years to 6 years in a state correctional facility, fined $6,575, and will have his license suspended for a duration to be determined by the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation for the crimes of Homicide by Vehicle While DUI, Accidents Involving Death, Driving Under the Influence, and the Summary Offense of Registration and Certificate of Title Required. Danelski was operating an ATV while under the influence of alcohol along Welcome Lake Road in Lackawaxen Township on June 16, 2018, when he rolled it over, resulting in the death of his passenger. Danelski left the scene of the accident prior to the arrival of the state police. When Danelski was located, field sobriety tests were conducted that showed impairment, and a blood test confirmed a blood-alcohol content of 0.244 percent. The ATV was not registered.

Charles Francis Ryan, 37, of Newfoundland, Pa., was sentenced to 18 months to 3 years in a state correctional facility and fined $600 for the crimes of Recklessly Endangering Another Person and Possession of a Controlled Substance. Ryan attempted to hide a bag containing crystal methamphetamine by placing it behind merchandise on a shelf in a store located in Greene Township on Sept. 2, 2019.

Mamadi Jamal Bratcher-Small, 37, of Dingmans Ferry, Pa., was sentenced to 3 months to 23 months in the Pike County Jail and fined $700 for the crimes of Criminal Trespass and Criminal Mischief. Bratcher-Small kicked in a door and entered the residence located in Delaware Township on Feb. 24, 2019, after being told he did not have permission to enter the home. The door was damaged as a result of his actions.

Todd Joseph Lovelace, 55, of Greentown, Pa., was sentenced to 15 days to 6 months in the Pike County Jail, fined $1,000 and had his driver’s license suspended for 12 months for the crime of Driving Under the Influence of a Controlled Substance. The state police responded to a vehicle crash along SR 507 in Palmyra Township on March 17, 2019, where Lovelace hit a guardrail. Field sobriety tests showed impairment, and a blood test confirmed the presence of THC in his body.

Michael Salvatore Carcaterra, 33, of Bushkill, Pa., was sentenced to 71 days to 11 months in the Pike County Jail, followed by one year of probation and a fine of $500 for the crimes of Resisting Arrest and Possession of a Controlled Substance. The state police responded to a residence in Lehman Township on Oct. 3, 2018, for a report of a domestic disturbance. While being placed under arrest, Carcaterra resisted creating a risk of bodily injury to the trooper. Carcaterra was also found in possession of heroin.

Jamie Lee Czekai, 38, of Lake Ariel, Pa., was sentenced to 48 hours to 6 months in the Pike County Jail, fined $500, and had his driver’s license suspended for 12 months for the crime of Driving Under the Influence. Czekai was stopped by the state police on Aug. 23, 2019, when his vehicle was observed to be drifting back and forth across SR 507 in Greene Township. In speaking with Czekai, the trooper detected the smell of an alcoholic beverage and observed Czekai to have slurred speech. Czekai admitted to drinking prior to driving. Field sobriety tests were conducted that showed impairment, and a breath test confirmed a blood-alcohol content of 0.146 percent.

Julie Ellen Cable, 22, of Port Jervis, N.Y., was sentenced to 12 months of probation and a fine of $300 for the crime of Criminal Conspiracy to Commit Retail Theft. Cable, together with her co-defendant, took items with a combined value of $1,010 from a retail store in Westfall Township between March 4, 2019. and March 7, 2019, without paying for the items.

Holly A. Muys, 34, of Dingmans Ferry, Pa., was sentenced to 9 months to 23 months in the Pike County Jail and fined $500 for the crime of Delivery of a Controlled Substance. Muys sold heroin to a confidential informant on Aug. 14, 2015 in the Borough of Matamoras.

Herbert Charles Baker, 61, of Tafton, Pa., was sentenced to 30 days to 6 months in the Pike County Jail, fined $1,000, and will have his license suspended for a duration to be determined by the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation for the crime of Driving Under the Influence. The state police were dispatched to Rowland Road in Lackawaxen Township, where Baker had crashed into a tree on Dec. 31, 2018. In speaking with Baker, the trooper detected the smell of an alcoholic beverage. Baker admitted to drinking prior to the crash. A blood test confirmed a blood-alcohol content of 0.211 percent.

Brian James Judson, 31, of Dayton, Ohio, was sentenced to 4 years to 15 years in a state correctional facility, followed by 3 years of probation and a fine of $1,000. Judson had sexual intercourse with a minor at a residence in Greene Township between March of 2017 and April of 2017, resulting in a pregnancy in the minor.

Michael Lynn Fry, 42, of Fredericksburg, Pa., was sentenced to 6 months to 12 months in the Pike County Jail and fined $200 for the crime of Possession of a Controlled Substance. The state police encountered Fry on May 12, 2019, slumped over the steering wheel of his vehicle along SR 6 in Palmyra Township. A consent to search his vehicle revealed he was in possession of alprazolam for which he did not have a prescription.