Sky McDonough, 28, of Milford, Pa., was sentenced to three years in New Jersey State Prison, to run concurrent to a Pennsylvania State Prison sentence.
He pleaded guilty on January 22, 2020, to Burglary, a crime of the third degree.
The defendant entered a private residence in Wantage without permission, taking various items from the home.
Renee Tripp, 73, of Newton, was sentenced to two years of probation with 30 days in the In-Home Detention Program, a seven-month loss of her driver’s license. She must also complete 12 hours of IDRC, have a mandatory interlock device on her vehicle, undergo a TASC evaluation and follow all recommendations, pay $2,329.76 in restitution and $1,185.00 in court fines and fees.
She pleaded guilty on Jan. 27, 2020, to assault by auto, a crime of the third degree, two counts of Disorderly Persons Assault by Auto and Motor Vehicle summons of driving while intoxicated.
The defendant had cocktails with her dinner at a Byram Township restaurant and then drove intoxicated, resulting in a multi-vehicle accident with serious injuries.
Josue Jimenez-Guillen, 21 of Netcong, was sentenced to one year of non-custodial probation to run concurrently with his Morris County probation. He was ordered to complete 75 hours of community service work, and his driver license was ordered suspended for six months.
He pleaded guilty on Jan. 27, 2020, to joyriding, a fourth degree crime.
The defendant took an individual’s motor vehicle without consent on Nov. 7, 2019, in Stanhope.
James W. Krahling, 46, of Newton, was sentenced to two years probation. He must also undergo DNA testing, pay $10,000 in restitution and pay mandatory fines and fees.
He pleaded guilty on Jan. 29, 2020, to theft by failure to Make Required Disposition of Property Received, a third degree crime. Krahling admitted to improperly using money that belonged to Newton Roller Hockey and doing so without the league’s permission.
Angel Santos, 59 of Hamburg, pled guilty to driving while suspended, a fourth-degree crime. Sentencing is presently anticipated for April 24, 2020.
In pleading guilty, the defendant admitted to driving on Dec. 11, 2019, in Sparta Township, while his license was suspended due to three prior DWI convictions.
The case was investigated by Patrolman E. Finley of the Sparta Township Police Department.