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Sentencings

The following sentencings were filed in Blair County Court. Although some cases may be more than a year old, the Mirror publishes them in the interest of complete reporting.

The following defendants pleaded guilty to charges listed and were sentenced as shown:

Steven L. Pierce, 48, 525 25th Ave., Altoona, sentenced Sept. 4, 2018, to a $300 fine and six months’ probation for DUI, filed by Logan Township police on June 9, 2018.

Alex J. Saylor, 23, 569 Knob Lane, Altoona, sentenced

Oct. 5, 2018, to a $100 fine and one year’s probation for disorderly conduct, filed by Logan Township police on May 15, 2018.

Dillon R. Snyder, 33, 187 Grace Road, Altoona, sentenced Oct. 12, 2018, to six to 23.5 months in jail and a $100 fine for altered or fraudulent title or plates; six to 23.5 months in jail and $100 fine for possession/use display documents; six months to 23.5 months in jail and a $100 fine for possessing instrument of crime; six to 23.5 months in jail and a $100 fine for resisting arrest; six to 23.5 months in jail and a $100 fine for flight to avoid apprehension; a $100 fine for possession of a controlled substance; 90 days to 23.5 months in jail and a $1,000 fine for DUI; and 90 days in jail and a $1,000 fine for driving with blood alcohol level 0.02 or greater while license is suspended, filed by Altoona police on June 9, 2017.

Samantha J. Wilt, 26, 537 E. Main St., Roaring Spring, sentenced Oct. 5, 2018, to a

$25 fine and one year of probation for disorderly conduct; a $50 fine and two years’ probation for retail theft; a $25 fine and one year of probation for resisting arrest; and a $50 fine for a second count of disorderly conduct, filed by Altoona police on June 29, 2017.

The following defendants pleaded guilty to charges listed and were sentenced as shown:

Justin L. Ertwine, 35, 311 Seventh St., Apt. 2, Altoona, sentenced Aug. 24, 2018, to time served to one year in jail and $100 fine for disorderly conduct; a $100 fine for public drunkenness; and a $500 fine for resisting arrest, filed by Altoona police on April 6, 2018.

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