December 26, 2012

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Two Port Jervis men face PA jail time

MILFORD, PA – A 22-year-old Port Jervis man has been sentenced to from nine months to six years in Pennsylvania state prison for the crimes of resisting arrest, driving under the influence and careless driving.

Pike County District Attorney Ray Tonkin said Cory Clark was found to be driving under the influence on May 19 in Dingman Township and refused to submit to a chemical test to determine the amount of alcohol on his breath.

In a separate incident on November 7, in Westfall Township, Clark created a substantial risk of injury to two Eastern Pike Regional police officers while they arrested him.

Clark must also pay a fine of $1,725.

Meanwhile, Gary Fuller, 39, of Port Jervis, was sentenced to a state correctional facility for one to two years, ordered to pay a fine of $500 and $1,800 in restitution for the crime of burglary. On February 10, 2010, Fuller forced open a basement door to gain entry to a residence in Dingman Township and took two shotguns.


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