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Friday, May 22, 2009

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Jeremy Cramer, 33, of Genesee was sentenced this week in Potter County Court for Delivery of a Controlled Substance (F), and two counts of Possession with Intent to Deliver (F). According to Potter County DA Dawn Fink, on 8/27/2007 26.4 grams of marijuana was purchased by undercover agents from Cramer and his co-defendant Brenda Davenport at their residence in Genesee and then again on 9/10/2007, 26.1 grams of marijuana was purchased at their home. Cramer was ordered to spend 2-23 ½ months in jail and to and 25 hours of Community Service. He was also ordered to spend a year on probation and pay a $500 fine. Cramer was also ordered to spend 2-23-1/2 months in jail concurrent with the previous sentence for Intent to Deliver marijuana. He was arrested last June 16 when State Police arrived with a warrant to search his home and a quantity of marijuana and several items of drug paraphernalia were found. Meanwhile, Davenport will be sentenced on June 3 after pleading guilty to possession with intent to deliver.

Coudersport-based state police have charged 46 year old Michele Lynn Kline of Cowburn Lane, Ulysses with disorderly conduct for an incident allegedly taking place Tuesday afternoon at about 4:30 pm in front of the Northern Potter High School in Bingham Township. Troopers claim Kline became verbally abusive and shouted obscenities while confronting a 16 year old girl and they say the tirade was witnessed by several students, staff and others. More news...

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