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29 Alcohol-Related Cases Heard in Baldwin Boro Court

And another for possession of a controlled substance.

The following results are from recent hearings held in the Wallace Building office of Magistrate John N. Bova of District Court 05-2-18:

 

  • Baldwin Borough police charged Raymond Martin Matelan, 52, of Old Hills Road in Elizabeth Township, with driving under the influence of alcohol and careless driving on Oct. 6, 2011. Matelan's Jan. 31 hearing before Bova was waived, and he faced those charges at the Allegheny County Courthouse on March 19. His case was then part of an Oct. 1 docket conference. Matelan pleaded guilty to the DUI charge and was sentenced to complete a 90-day individualized program plan and 18 months of probation, and was fined approximately $3,000. The careless driving charge was withdrawn.

 

  • Baldwin police charged Eric Knox, 28, of Hays Street in Homestead Borough, with DUI on June 22. Bova withdrew that charge on Oct. 16.

 

  • Baldwin police charged Timothy Allen Ray, 41, of Kirk Avenue in Pittsburgh's Carrick neighborhood, with DUI on Sept. 19, 2011. Ray's Dec. 6 hearing before Bova was waived, and he faced that charge at the Allegheny County Courthouse on Jan. 25. His case was then part of a Sept. 10 docket conference. Ray pleaded guilty and was sentenced to complete a five-day individualized program plan and six months of probation, and was fined approximately $1,000.

 

  • Baldwin police charged Kristyn Leigh Dugan, 31, of Marylea Avenue in Brentwood Borough, with DUI and Charles Daniel Shine, 32, of Greenlee Road in Brentwood, with possession of a controlled substance, both on May 4. Bova withdrew Shine's charge on Sept. 11, but Dugan's June 26 hearing before Bova was waived. Dugan then faced her charge at the Allegheny County Courthouse on Aug. 9, where she was granted an Oct. 5 accelerated rehabilitative disposition (ARD) hearing. Dugan was then sentenced to 12 months of probation.

 

  • Baldwin police charged Kevin John Kubiczki Jr., 18, of Arlington Avenue in the South Side Slopes neighborhood, with DUI (underage) on July 21. Kubiczki's Sept. 18 hearing before Bova was waived, and he will face that charge at the Allegheny County Courthouse on Nov. 1.

 

  • Baldwin police charged Eric Pio Andrews, 40, of Meadowcrest Road in Baldwin Borough, with DUI on May 11. Andrews' Aug. 7 hearing before Bova was waived, and he faced that charge at the Allegheny County Courthouse on Sept. 20, where he was granted a Nov. 16 ARD hearing.

 

  • Baldwin police charged William Alexander Warnock, 35, of Wayside Street in Carrick, with DUI on April 14. Warnock's June 12 hearing before Bova was waived, and he faced that charge at the Allegheny County Courthouse on July 27, where he was granted a Sept. 21 ARD hearing. Warnock was then sentenced to six months of probation.

 

  • Baldwin police charged Andrea M. Vennare, 23, of Albany Street in the Ridgemont neighborhood, with DUI on March 17. Vennare's May 15 hearing before Bova was waived, and she faced that charge at the Allegheny County Courthouse on Aug. 1, where she was granted a Sept. 21 ARD hearing. Vennare was then sentenced to six months of probation.

 

  • Baldwin police charged Alisha Naomie Symcheck, 30, of Mowery Lane in Deemston Borough, with DUI on March 4. Symcheck's May 8 hearing before Bova was waived, and she faced that charge at the Allegheny County Courthouse on Sept. 26, where she was granted a Nov. 30 ARD hearing (UPDATE: continued for Feb. 8).

 

  • Baldwin police charged John Christopher Mitchell, 39, of Longfellow Drive in Homestead, with DUI on May 8. Mitchell's July 10 hearing before Bova was waived, and he faced that charge at the Allegheny County Courthouse on Aug. 22. His case was then part of a Sept. 26 docket conference. Mitchell pleaded guilty and was sentenced to four days of confinement.

 

  • Baldwin police charged Michael Anthony Domek, 30, of Long Bridge Road in Hampton, VA, with DUI on April 6. Domek's July 10 hearing before Bova was waived, and he faced that charge at the Allegheny County Courthouse on Aug. 22. His case was then part of a Sept. 26 docket conference. Domek pleaded guilty and was sentenced to four days of confinement.

 

  • Baldwin police charged Michael G. Reddington, 41, of Dawes Street in the Arlington neighborhood, with DUI on Feb. 16. Reddington's April 3 hearing before Bova was waived, and he faced that charge at the Allegheny County Courthouse on May 22. His case was then part of an Oct. 1 docket conference. Reddington pleaded guilty and was sentenced to at least 90 days of confinement and 18 months of probation, and was fined approximately $1,500.

 

  • Baldwin police charged Yvonne Vukovcan, 46, of Monroe Avenue in Port Vue Borough, with DUI and careless driving on Sept. 30, 2011. Vukovcan's charges were held before Bova on Dec. 20, and she faced those charges at the Allegheny County Courthouse on Feb. 8. She had a pretrial conference on March 16 before facing a non-jury trial. Vukovcan pleaded guilty to both charges during that trial, and on Oct. 10, was sentenced to four days of confinement and six months of probation.

 

  • Baldwin police charged Branko Bradaric, 47, of East Willock Road in Baldwin Borough, with DUI on April 15. Bradaric's June 19 hearing before Bova was waived, and he faced that charge at the Allegheny County Courthouse on Aug. 2, where he was granted an Oct. 5 ARD hearing. Bradaric was then sentenced to 12 months of probation.

 

  • Baldwin police charged Garrett Paul Haluska, 25, of Saint Leo Street in South Side Slopes, with DUI on Feb. 23. Haluska's May 8 hearing before Bova was waived, and he faced that charge at the Allegheny County Courthouse on Aug. 6, where he was granted an Oct. 5 ARD hearing. Haluska was then sentenced to 12 months of probation.

 

  • Baldwin police charged Glenn L. Carter, 43, of Linnview Avenue in Carrick, with DUI and possession of drug paraphernalia on Dec. 6. The possession of drug paraphernalia charge was withdrawn on Jan. 3, but Carter faced the DUI charge at the Allegheny County Courthouse on Feb. 21. His case was then part of a docket conference starting on April 9. Carter pleaded guilty and was sentenced to four days of confinement.

 

  • Baldwin police charged Gerardo Cardenas, 24, of 2nd Street in Monongahela, with  on April 22. Cardenas' July 17 hearing before Bova was waived, and he faced those charges at the Allegheny County Courthouse on Aug. 29, where he was granted an Oct. 19 ARD hearing. Cardenas was then sentenced to six months of probation for the DUI charge, and the license and red light charges were dismissed.

 

  • Baldwin police charged Robert Richard Archibald Jr., 21, of Algoma Drive in Pleasant Hills Borough, with DUI on May 22. Archibald's July 17 hearing before Bova was waived, and he faced that charge at the Allegheny County Courthouse on Aug. 29, where he was granted an Oct. 19 ARD hearing. Archibald was then sentenced to six months of probation.

 

  • Baldwin police charged Jason John Erfort, 34, of Churchview Avenue in Brentwood, with DUI on May 23. Erfort's July 31 hearing before Bova was waived, and he faced that charge at the Allegheny County Courthouse on Sept. 13. His case was then part of an Oct. 22 docket conference. Erfort pleaded guilty and was sentenced to complete a 90-day individualized program plan and 18 months of probation, and was fined an undisclosed amount.

 

  • Baldwin police charged Edward F. Klemencic, 58, of Robbins Street in Baldwin Borough, with DUI on June 26. Klemencic's Sept. 11 hearing before Bova was waived, and he faced that charge at the Allegheny County Courthouse on Oct. 25. His case will now be part of a Dec. 11 docket conference. That conference should result in the next legal step for Klemencic's charge.

 

  • Baldwin police charged Ronald L. Upsher, 34, of Altoona Place in Mt. Lebanon, with DUI on July 7. Upsher's Sept. 11 hearing before Bova was waived, and he faced that charge at the Allegheny County Courthouse on Oct. 25. His case will now be part of a Dec. 4 docket conference. That conference should result in the next legal step for Upsher's charge (UPDATE: continued for April 8).

 

  • Baldwin police charged Steve Gault, 53, of Pinchtown Road in Baldwin Borough, with DUI on May 13. Gault's Oct. 23 hearing before Bova was waived, and he will face that charge at the Allegheny County Courthouse on Dec. 11.

 

  • Baldwin police charged Jacob Petrovich, 20, of Peterson Drive in Jefferson Hills Borough, with DUI (underage) and Rachel Marie Arms, 25, of Lanmore Avenue in Brentwood, with possession of an open alcoholic beverage container in a vehicle, both stemming from a traffic stop on Route 51 on July 4. Petrovich's Sept. 18 hearing before Bova was waived, and he will face that charge at the Allegheny County Courthouse on Nov. 1. Bova found Arms guilty on Sept. 24 and fined her approximately $100.

 

  • Baldwin police charged Catherine Anderson, 23, of Hummingbird Lane in Allegheny Township, with DUI on July 29. Anderson's Oct. 2 hearing before Bova was waived, and she will face that charge at the Allegheny County Courthouse on Nov. 19.

 

  • Baldwin police charged Jeffrey Krause, 52, of Wallace Avenue in Bethel Park, with DUI on Aug. 5. Krause's Oct. 23 hearing before Bova was waived, and he will face that charge at the Allegheny County Courthouse on Dec. 11.

 

  • Baldwin police charged James Boylan, 24, of Hillcrest Drive in Ross Township, with DUI on Aug. 11. Boylan's Oct. 2 hearing before Bova was waived, and he will face that charge at the Allegheny County Courthouse on Nov. 19.

 

  • Baldwin police charged Robert Rodwich, 51, of Willett Road in Brentwood, with DUI on Aug. 22. Rodwich's Oct. 9 hearing before Bova was waived, and he will face that charge at the Allegheny County Courthouse on Nov. 27.

 

  • Baldwin police charged Robert Palmer Zinkand, 44, of Frederick Street in Baldwin Borough, with DUI on Aug. 29. Zinkand's Oct. 23 hearing before Bova was waived, and he will face that charge at the Allegheny County Courthouse on Dec. 11.

 

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