Here is a compilation of some of the activities in Carroll...

Court docket

April 19, 1992

Here is a compilation of some of the activities in Carroll County courts:

Circuit Court

Ronald Alston: Circuit Judge Luke K. Burns Jr. issued a bench warrant on April 8 for a failure to appear for trial on a theft charge.

Robert Contarino: Sentenced by Circuit Judge Luke K. Burns Jr. to probation before judgment, no probation, on April 8 for a speeding conviction.

Paul Flickinger: Sentenced by Circuit Judge Luke K. Burns Jr. to probation before judgment and two years supervised probationon April 9 for an assault with intent conviction.

Brian Friedlander: Sentenced by Circuit Judge Luke K. Burns Jr. to probation before judgment with one year of unsupervised probation on April 9 for a speeding conviction.

Mark Glover: Sentenced by Circuit Judge Raymond E. Beck Sr. to probation before judgment with one year of unsupervised probation on April 13 for a breaking and entering conviction.

Catherine Holland: Sentenced by Circuit Judge Luke K. Burns Jr. to probation before judgment and five years probation with the first two supervised on April 9 for a manufacturing controlled dangerous substanceconviction.

Scott Holt: Sentenced by Circuit Judge Luke K. Burns Jr. to probation before judgment and two years of unsupervised probation on April 9 for an uninsured motorist conviction.

Sean Kittle: Sentenced by Circuit Judge Luke K. Burns Jr. to nine months in the Carroll County Detention Center and three years probation on April 8 for a driving while revoked conviction.

Edward Kotmair: Sentenced byCircuit Judge Luke K. Burns Jr. to probation before judgment and three years unsupervised probation on April 8 for a driving while intoxicated conviction.

Martha Lear: Sentenced by Circuit Judge Luke K. Burns Jr. to six months in the Carroll County Detention Center with all suspended and three years probation, first 18 months supervised bythe Drinking Driver Monitoring Program on April 9 for a driving while intoxicated conviction.

Deborah Ortiz: Sentenced by Circuit Judge Luke K. Burns Jr. to probation before judgment, and five years of probation with the first three years supervised by the Drinking DriverMonitoring Program on April 9 for a driving while intoxicated conviction.

Scott Vansickle: Sentenced by Circuit Judge Raymond E. Beck Sr. to two years in the Department of Corrections with all but six months suspended to run concurrently with a six month sentence in the Carroll County Detention Center, and five years of supervised probation on April 13 for a breaking and entering conviction.

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