In Municipal Court Thursday, Heather Power, 26, Avondale Street, was sentenced to 110 days in jail for her fourth theft offense and for a second offense possession of drug abuse instruments, to be served concurrently. She was sentenced to 90 days for obstructing official business, second offense, with a charge of possession of marijuana dismissed.
Ronald L. Woodburn, 64, Prospect Street, was fined $150, sentenced to 180 days, 90 suspended, and placed on probation three years for carrying a concealed weapon. For resisting arrest, he was fined $150, sentenced to 90 days, 45 suspended and placed on probation three years. A charge of obstructing official business was dismissed.
Kristin M. Komal, 41, Toronto, was fined $200, sentenced to 90 days, 85 suspended, and placed on probation two years for petty theft.
Justin R. Dawson Sr., 20, Sixteen School Road, Irondale, was fined $30 for a seat belt violation.
Stephanie A. Williams, 32, Haywood Street, was fined $150, sentenced to 30 days, 27 suspended, and placed on probation two years for petty theft, second offense.
A charge of obstructing official business against Regina M. Cooper, 44, Monroe Street, was amended to disorderly conduct, for which she was fined $75.
A resisting arrest charge against Rene S. Siderich, 51, Monroe Street, was amended to disorderly conduct, for which she was fined $75. A menacing charge was dismissed.
Pretrials were scheduled for Ronald W. Boyer, Kent Street, domestic violence third offense, Aug. 22; James Neville III, 19, Hollywood Avenue, domestic violence, Aug. 22; Hope Ingram-Jackson, 20, 6th Avenue, prohibitions, Sept. 3; Laura C. Blake, 27, North Lundy Avenue, Salem, criminal trespass, Aug. 22; Pamela S. Risbeck, 37, Ogden Street, theft, sixth offense, Aug. 22; Cindel J. Hawkins, 23, Minerva Street, possession of drug abuse instruments, obstructing official business and unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, Aug. 22.
A preliminary hearing and pretrial were set Aug. 22 for Joshua E. Martin, 22, Jackson, charged with aggravated robbery, receiving stolen property and falsification, with bond set at $35,000 cash/surety.