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Friday, December 30, 2011

Port Man Sentenced to State Prison

Port Man Sentenced to State Prison

A Port Allegany man was sentenced Thursday to one to five years in state prison for failing to keep up with restitution payments from a Chop Shop scheme he had pleaded guilty to in 2010.

36 year-old Jason Daugherty had previously faced three probation hearings in the case in an attempt by the court to get restitution for the sentence. McKean County Court records indicate that Daugherty owes $34,700 dollars in restitution.

36 comments :

Anonymous said...

so sending him to state prison is a good idea so people have to wait longer for there money so he can't stay home and work good idea judicial system

Anonymous said...

Why send him to prison when he needs to work to pay the restitution? Only in America. Our judicial system is so backwards! Not only will the people of Pennsylvania have to pay for him to be in prison, the people he owes money to will also not be paid. A double whammy of stupidity and a complete waste of the peoples money.

Anonymous said...

Obviously he wasnt making payments or he would not be going to prison. He broke the law whether you wanna believe it or not. people like you are why he is like he is. ENABLERS

Let him rot a few years in the state penn and perhaps he will realize what he did was wrong. maybe when he gets out he will pay his restitution as ordered.they tried probation hearings 3 different times with him.

Anonymous said...

your rite he did but he also has bills like everyone else unless mommy and daddy or someone pays them for you and since you want to pay taxes for him to sit there maybe the rest of us shouldn't have to let the people like you that believe he should be there pay for gimmick to be there and if it was you he owed money to do u wanna wait longer before you get it or would you like to have a little of it here and there....and yes this judicial system is messed up he gets put in state but the girl who resisted arrest and beat up a fifteen year old gets 23 months probation the guy that was there for his 5th dui gets 5weekends in jail that is a great judicial system isn't it

Anonymous said...

In this economy how could he pay $2500 per month? Most people around here that work for a living don't even make that much. I think rotting in prison is a little harsh for a first time offender, don't you? Everybody makes mistakes. Letting him work is not enabling him its letting him take care of his restitution without making the taxpayers of Pennsylvania chip in.

Anonymous said...

Its people like you 12:58 that have lived extraordinary perfect lives that make the rest of us look like hell. Hope there's no skeletons in your closet...you just might rot in prison one day too.

Anonymous said...

yeah 12:58 " let him rot"... I bet you would not feel that way if it was someone close to you

Anonymous said...

He's a good guy that messed up. Everybody does it once or twice. Give him a brake. He's not a murderer,child molester, or a rapist. He didn't get the job done when he said he would. Let him rot in prison? I don't think so.

Anonymous said...

with Bubba breathing down his neck every night he may make more of an effort to pay his debt once he's out.


PS: If one lives a meager life, they can pay off their debts quicker. A hamburger will fill your tummy just as well as that steak. Those $25 jeans will keep you just as warm as a $150 pair.

Anonymous said...

It costs taxpayers about $32,000. per year to house a person in a state prison in Pennsylvania.

Anonymous said...

The point is you have to pay ! You can deal with the court system but you can't ignore it! It will catch up with you as he found out!

Anonymous said...

If you are gonna play you gotta pay. Simple as that. Whats the difference if my tax dollars support a criminal that refuses to pay his restitution or a welfare bum that refuses to work. i am an upstanding citizen that does obey the law, I guarantee I will not end up in prison with Bubba breathing down my neck. How could he pay 2500.00 a month? He took far more than that from people. Three years of running a chop shop is not really not getting the job done.You call it what you want he is a bum.

Anonymous said...

You are so right 4:12 he has to pay & I do agree it will cost us to keep him but all he had to do was to make an effort to pay the money back that he owed, the courts will work with anyone that is trying & he did not make any effort to pay a penny back! We all make mistakes but he knew what he was doing was wrong, he stole, lied & cheated people & how do you think they feel? he robbed them of thousands of dollars, I would not be very happy with him!

Anonymous said...

That's why the whole system is messed up. Because people like you guys want to pay 32000 dollars a year to teach a fella a lesson instead of letting him take care of himself. Real smart people. Fools!

Anonymous said...

all you good two shoes for one its not a chop shop like they say he restored cars and as for makin an effort i will tell you a judge and probation let me take your job or licence and see how well you do as for welfare bums some people didn't have a choice again the judicial system and government shifted alt of people out of work with the adelphia stuff so with your little perfect world come down to the average peoples life get off you golden spoon life and realize what the average person goes through

Anonymous said...

Poster 7:40pm.

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Here's a few periods. Use them the next time you post.

Anonymous said...

7:40 I will spare you the English and Grammar lessons.(Although you could use some)You say it was not a chop shop, Here's the article in case you forgot.

SMETHPORT — The Port Allegany man accused of running a chop shop
between 2006 and 2009 pleaded guilty Thursday in McKean County Court
to charges relating to defrauding customers.

Jason Lyle Daugherty, 35, of South Main Street, Port Allegany — not
the same person as the Bradford City Police Officer by the same name
— pleaded guilty to altered or illegally obtained property and
deceptive business practices.

Between September of 2006 and March of 2009, while Daugherty was
operating Transformation Restorations, a classic car restoration
service in Port Allegany.

Assistant District Attorney Philip Clabaugh explained that during
that time, Daugherty switched a vehicle identification number — VIN —
from a “parts car” to a car he had accepted to restore, attempting to
pass one car off for the other. And during that time, he maintained a
website where he would post updates and photos maintaining it showed
progress on customers’ vehicles, when in fact it did not.

He did plead guilty to these charges. And you say let a judge take my job and license and see how well I do... I say don't break the law, don't steal from people
don't mislead people and keep your nose clean. Then you will do just fine. Welfare bums don't have a choice ? Is that what you are saying? Really? They don't have a choice to go make a living, support their families? With all the free programs out there to take advantage of there is no excuse to be on welfare for generations. There is one good reason for that to happen and it is called laziness.

The Judicial system forced Adelphia out of the area? Seriously you believe this too? Again crime closed Adelphia's doors not the system.

Golden spoons and Average lives... I am as average as they come believe me, My household income is less than $50,000.00 per year, I worked at Pittsburgh Corning for 19 years when I lost my job, I could have went on welfare and took the easy road, instead i went to college and learned another vocation and went back to work. I make far less than I did at PC, but I am working and supporting my family. Please don't preach to me about people not having choices or living a golden spoon life. You go ahead and make excuses for Jason and feel good about yourself for doing so. At the end of the day, no matter how you spin it, he is a criminal that tried his best not to pay for his mistakes, and it caught up with him.

Anonymous said...

I want to apologize for asking but who is "Bubba"? We know Jason and if somebody plans to cause him harm then the authorities need to know about it. We would also like to give kudos and dildines to the court system. Too many people fall behind on their debts such as fines and restitutions and the legal system looks the other way. It is unfortunate for Jason that he has to pay this restitution but the law is the law and we have to take a stand.

Anonymous said...

THIS MAS SCREWED PEOPLE OVER SO HE DESERVES WHAT HE GETS;IT SEEMS LIKE HE ALWAYS HAD MONEY FOR EVERYTHING ELSE.AND IT WAS A CHOP SHOP HE STOLE FROM CUSTOMERS TO SERVE OTHERS.

Anonymous said...

"Bubba" is the name used to define the dominate male in prison. IF a person would fall under "Bubba's" control, he would provide "favors" for him.



As far as the wardens, they'd just look the other way.

Anonymous said...

His public docket sheet: http://ujsportal.pacourts.us/DocketSheets/CPReport.aspx?docketNumber=CP-42-CR-0000133-2010
on this website: http://ujsportal.pacourts.us/DocketSheets/CP.aspx

Anonymous said...

True, this defendant did break the law and he should have to pay for what he did, I feel that the punishment is a little steep. He is a good guy that made a horrible mistake. He is a first time offender and I feel that they should have gave him a little easier payments so that he could pay back the money that he owed and still live in today's economy. I have seen the judicial system fail so many times and this is one of them. I have witnessed people do things much worse than what the defendant did, on numerous occasions and just get a slap on the wrist, but the defendant messed up one time and had to go to state prison... That is not what I call fair and it doesn't give me much confidence in our judicial system.

Anonymous said...

How about all of you who feel it’s an injustice to send him away get together and put the funds up he needs and let him pay you all back the best way he can?
This would be fair wouldn’t it?
He maybe a nice person and would see you got your money back.

lisa said...

I dont see how anyone can find it unfair that he sits in prison. How would you feel if it were your thousands that were stolen. He has done very little to even try to pay anything back. He lives in our foreclosed house for free and pays not one cent of child support. If he worked like every other person out there he would have more than enough to make an attempt to right his wrongs

Anonymous said...

Most people who know jason know he is a good guy. Wouldn't hurt a fly. He comes from a good nice family too. Seems to me most of the negative comments on here are from ex girlfriends who have a bone to pick with him. Its too bad. Women can sure be insane sometimes.

Anonymous said...

It seems if he would stay home more instead of blowing his money on drinks, phones, cars & girlfriends he would have the money to pay his restitution. And I am just an observer, not an ex girlfriend.

Anonymous said...

These saying have been around for ever:

Sheep in wolves clothing.

You got to watch out for the quiet ones.

But he goes to church every Sunday.

Etc.

lisa said...

I have no bone to pick with him. The best thing that could happen was getting away from him. He is not the nice person ppl seem to think. I have watched him lie and cheat ppl even his own family. The only problem i have with him is being a complete deadbeat dad.

Anonymous said...

I don't think he is a bad guy. He takes care of his family like he should. If I had to feed a family and keep a roof over there head I am sorry but thats more importion then pays fines. I know that he tryed his hardest to see his little girl. He helped lisa with her two boys. I can say he is a good dad. The new phone he got was a gift and no one ever stop to think maybe his girlfriend payed for dinner or whatever. I know he has helped more people out then I have. Why make him sit in there where he not paying anything to anyone let him work and pay to stay there. Let him work. It would help the county it he stay there and works. Everyone has a point and there are just some people that will kick you when you are down. He has been trying to get his life back. I don't think to many of you could sleep good knowing that you have thing to take care of like bills, kids, a girlfriend. And not bring home that much money a week. I know by the time he payed for food and bills there was not that much left for other things.

Anonymous said...

It's hard at pay back that much money when your whole world was turned upside down. If you had an exwife that took a truck and money from you. Then you some one ask you to do something for them and then calls the cops for what you did for them. I know some people that make more then he does and still are having a hard time paying there bills. Not everyone gets help. I know I have to pay for gas for a car to get place to place. I don't have a mom with alot of money or a car to take me where I need to go. The up keep on a car cost alot of money oil, brakes, tags, and ect... People should worry about themself and not who is doing this or that. I am in jason life everyday. I have been for a year. I will stand by him in all this he is a great guy. He has been so good to me and my kids.

Anonymous said...

if the cars that set at his dads were worked on.instead of setting rotting in the ground.maybe he would have the money.how about all the people that paid thousands of dollars.they werent getting anything.there cars have just sat with no work at all done on them.im sure theyve wished something would have happened a long time ago.

Anonymous said...

Does anyone know how much time it takes to get one car prefectly done. And how hard it is to do it by your self. Do you know what is inside the shop that he is working on. No you don't you have no clue. Let me see you strip and paint redo the motor. You have to clean and repaint all the parts. It has to be prefect. If you want to come and try it let me know.

Anonymous said...

WAAAAAWAAAAAAAWAAAAA thats what I hear. The guy is a criminal period. Let him pay his debt to society, then let him pay his restitution. Excuses will get him nowhere. You people making excuses for him are as bad as he is.

Anonymous said...

I just know what he's has been doing. You have no clue what's going on in his life. If you are so prefect then good for you. He want to pay his restitution. Just go live your prefect life and saty out of other peoples lives.

Anonymous said...

I would like to thank all the people that stuck up for Jason on here. You must know him. It's the ones that don't know him or they don't like him. They just like to put him down he is in jail and can even stick up for him self. I hope one day karma get you.

Anonymous said...

i have known jason many years he is not a bad person just made some bad choices in life i am from the same small town and i think he got off easy the first time around i coming from the other side of town per say if it was someone else they would of been sitting where he is now jason as everyone likes nice things and he has always has had since he was a child and when he got older he provided himself with them too i have seen him many times drinking it up and supplying his buddies with drinks then going to the story it is hard to restore older cars by yourself hmmm i remember many times going by the chop shop and there would be a bunch of boys in there playing so dont give me he did all by himself that is bs yea i think payments where a little high but how much money did he owe he should of think of this before he heads out on the town for the night do i beleive he should be in prison i am sorry he should of been there in the begining he had some major charges i will say one more time if it was somone else would they been sitting there at the get go i beleive so NO I AM NOT AN EX JUST ANOTHER PORT RESIDENT