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Friday, August 14, 2009

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NEW YORK STATE WOMAN ADMITTED TO ARD FOR STALKING

In Potter County Court news, an Elmira woman has been admitted to the ARD program for six months for stalking and harassment. Ramona Roche 43, was also ordered to pay all costs and a fee of $525.00 and to perform 25 hours of community service to the county. She was also ordered to have no contact with the victim. According to DA Dawn Fink, In September of 2008 the defendant repeatedly phoned her ex-boyfriend after being told by PSP not to do so. The calls were made to the victim’s home in Roulette, PA.

SMETHPORT WOMAN AWAITING SENTENCING FOR FURNISHING ALCOHOL

Another 43 year old woman is awaiting sentencing after pleading guilty recently to furnishing alcohol to minors. According to DA Fink, Corrie Nortum and a co-defendant, both over 21, purchased four 12 packs of beer for a minor, Robert Fiske on November 11, 2007 at the Northwoods in Eulalia Township after he asked them to do so. Nortum will be sentenced on September 9. More News....

2 comments :

Anonymous said...

Where have we heard the name Bobby Fiske before????

Anonymous said...

I want to commend the police and the district attorney for holding accountable a person who supplied alcoholic beverages to a minor.
There is far too much of this behavior taking place in the Coudersport area.
It is easy for the teenagers, who simply find an adult who could use a few extra bucks and persuading him or her to buy them booze.
Let's hope this is the first of many successful prosecutions to come. Underage drinkers and druggers who are apprehended (often after traffic crashes) need to be compelled to inform authorities where they got the stuff.
We need to do a better job of drying up the supply.
Right now, it's too easy for the teenagers around Coudersport to obtain copious quantities of alcoholic beverages.
Some of the criminals who provide it are close to home -- parents and other relatives.