Court Session Held Oct. 4
Judge Angela Rosenberry Krom of the 39th Judicial District of the Fulton County Court of Common Pleas presided over a court session held on Tuesday, October 4, at the Fulton County Courthouse.
James Robert Baughman, 24, of Harrisonville, was sentenced to 24 months probation and must pay restitution in a prior case involving terroristic threats.
Clifford Jean Brodie, of Chambersburg, appeared for formal arraignment last Tuesday on charges of theft and conspiracy to commit theft. Brodie, 60, entered a plea of not guilty. He will appear in court on January 10, 2012, for call of the criminal trial list.
Thomas Stuart King, 47, Harrisonville, waived arraignment by mail in connection with theft and receiving stolen property. Having pleaded not guilty, King will appear in court on January 10 for call of the list.
Jayme Lee Kling, of Burnt Cabins, will participate the Accelerated Rehabilitative Disposition (ARD) program in connection with charges of simple assault and harassment. Kling, 35, will accordingly complete 12 months probation and pay a $25-per-month supervision fee.
Tera Lyn Quarantillo, of Berkeley Springs, W.Va., appeared in court for mandatory arraignment held on two counts of driving under the influence and two summary offenses. The 22-year- old pleaded guilty to one count of drunk driving and will be sentenced on November 22 following the completion of a presentence investigation.
Trisha Michelle Truax, 24, of McConnellsburg, waived arraignment and entered a not-guilty plea to bad checks and theft by deception. In addition, the court appointed Fulton County Public Defender Tamela Bard to aid Truax in her case.
Jonathan Nathanial Bakner, Hustontown, appeared in court last week for a plea hearing in connection with one count each of burglary, criminal trespassing, conspiracy-burglary, conspiracy trespassing and criminal mischief. The 19-year- old pleaded guilty to trespassing and will be sentenced on November 8.
Lacie Ann Washabaugh, 23, McConnellsburg, appeared for a probation / parole violation hearing. Washabaugh admitted to the violations and was recommitted to the Franklin County Prison to serve the remainder of a previously imposed sentence.