Judge Michael Clark on Friday sentenced Brandon Wolfe, 20, of Glen Campbell, to serve three months to two years less one day in the Indiana County Jail for a third-degree felony count of escape and a concurrent term of one month to one year in jail for possession of a controlled substance. He also was required to serve three years on parole following his release.
Wolfe was ordered to pay an unspecified fine for driving while his license was suspended.
No penalties were assessed for two summary offenses, to which he had pleaded guilty in January.
The charges were among 10 counts filed against him by Clymer Borough police following a traffic stop Oct. 3 on Sherman Street.
In connection with the conviction, Clark revoked terms of
parole and probation that Wolfe was serving for his convictions for driving under the influence and unauthorized use of a vehicle, which had been filed against him in 2019.
Wolfe was given an additional term of two years on probation.
In an unrelated case, Clark placed Wolfe on probation for two years for a guilty plea to institutional vandalism, a charge filed by state police for an incident Sept. 24 in White Township. Wolfe also was assessed unspecified court costs.
Further, Wolfe was ordered to serve eight months to two years less one day in the county jail followed by three years of probation for a first-degree felony count of burglary. State police had charged him with eight felony offenses stemming from an incident Sept. 7 in Green Township.
Clark required him to pay unspecified court costs and a fine in the case, and allowed Wolfe to concurrently earn credit on the sentences for the September offenses with the term for the October case.
In addition, Naikir Green, 18, of West Philadelphia, was ordered to serve one month to two years less one day in the county jail, followed by two years on probation for possession with intent to deliver drugs, for offenses Sept. 28 in East Wheatfield Township, and was told to serve a concurrent term of
two years of probation for an
unrelated count of institutional vandalism on Oct. 13 in White Township.
Clark assessed unspecified fines, costs of prosecution and restitution in the cases and placed Green on immediate parole.