Decisions of the Westmoreland County Judges

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Decisions of the Westmoreland County Judges


Tribune-Review, The, Tribune-Review/Pittsburgh Tribune-Review


The following is a list of defendants charged with a first offense of driving under the influence in Westmoreland County criminal court. These defendants receive a standard sentence that includes enrollment in the Accelerated Rehabilitative The following is a partial list of criminal cases handled by judges in the most recent term of Westmoreland County criminal court. Some of the cases involve first-time offenders being enrolled in the Accelerated Rehabilitative Disposition program. The ARD program does not require defendants to make an admission of guilt, but does require that they be placed on probation for up to two years. If they satisfactorily complete the probation, they may then file a petition to have the case expunged. Unless otherwise noted, court costs are placed on the defendant.

Judge Debra A. Pezze

* Jason Aaron Myers, 31, of 1212 S. Lake Drive, Lexington, S.C., pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance. He was sentenced to probation for one year.

* Shane M. Morrison, 29, of 110 Trolley Ave., Herminie, pleaded guilty to driving under the influence. He was sentenced to intermediate punishment for six months with 40 days of electronic monitoring. He was ordered to attend an alcohol highway safety school, and his license was suspended for 12 months.

* Joshua David Lackey, 19, of 301 George St., Greenburg, pleaded guilty to theft by unlawful taking and receiving stolen property. He was sentenced to two to 23 months in jail.

* Clara Bass, 27, of 454 Ivy Drive, New Eagle, charged with retail theft and theft by deception, was accepted into the ARD program for one year.

* Melissa Lynn Crawford, 27, of 1410 Penn Ave., Jeannette, charged with receiving stolen property, was accepted into the ARD program for six months.

* Michael A. Santavicca, 36, of 509 Baughman Ave., Jeannette, pleaded guilty to use/possession of drug paraphernalia. He was sentenced to probation for one year. He was ordered to undergo a drug and alcohol evaluation and follow all recommended treatment.

* Laton Lenzie Merideth, 30, of 226 Good St., Jeannette, pleaded guilty to driving under the influence. He was sentenced 72 hours to six months in jail. He was ordered to attend an alcohol highway safety school, and his license was suspended for 12 months.

Judge Rita D. Hathaway

* Timothy Lee McMunn, 20, of 754 Point St., Salina, Bell Township, pleaded guilty to criminal mischief. He was sentenced to intermediate punishment for two years with six months of electronic monitoring. He was ordered to pay restitution in the amount of $1,601. …

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