June 27 Jeffrey Bash, 32, of Newton, pled guilty to possession of heroin and possession of narcotic paraphernalia. He is scheduled for sentencing later this month. According to court records, on Nov. 11, Bash was found to be in possession of one bag of heroin and two empty bags of heroin by Sparta Police Officer Robert Fraser. Frank Fiorvante, 48, of Franklin, pled guilty to possession of cocaine and criminal mischief. He is scheduled for sentencing in August. On April 7, Fiorvante was observed slashing tires on a car in Hamburg. When he was later arrested in Franklin, he was found to be in possession of three bags of cocaine. Gordon Lyons, 50, of Beacon. NY, pled guilty to possession of cocaine and to a motor vehicle ticket for failure to maintain lamps. He is scheduled for sentencing next month. Lyons was stopped by Sparta Police Officer Hassloch on Route 15 for driving with a headlight out. At the time of the stop, Lyons was found to be in possession of a small bag of crack cocaine. Anthony Negri, 28, of Pittston, Penn., pled guilty to possession of heroin. He will be sentenced in August. Negri was a passenger in a vehicle that had a headlight out and was weaving back and forth across his lane on Route 15. When the vehicle was stopped by Sparta Police Officer Carbery, the defendant appeared to be under the influence of narcotics. Negri He admitted to possessing two bags of heroin. Christopher Davidson, 30, of Newton, was sentenced to five years probation, two days credit for time served in jail, six month loss of driver's license and $1,780 in fines. Davidson pled guilty on May 21, to possession of heroin and being under the influence of heroin. According to court records, on Jan. 26, Davidson was found to be in possession of three bags of heroin during the course of a motor vehicle stop by Sparta Police Officer John Lamon. Davidson admitted having used heroin shortly before he was arrested. June 28 Evan S. Sager, 21, of Ogdensburg, pled guilty to uttering a forged instrument, and to a violation of probation. Sentencing will take place next month. On March 4, 2004, Sager attempted to pass two counterfeit $20 bills at RJ Mars in Sparta. The Bank of New York reported this information to Sparta Police Department, who determined they were counterfeit. On the violation of probation charge, Sager admitted to police that on Jan. 18, 2002, in Sparta, he purposely scratched another person's car, causing damages in excess of $500. William Matthews, 37, of Lafayette, pled guilty to eluding police. Sentencing will take place in September. On Dec. 24, 2004 in Byram Township, Matthews was pursued at a high rate of speed by Byram Police officers. The pursuit ended with the defendant running off the road, flipping his vehicle and landing in a swamp off Route 206. June 30 Lisa S. Johnston, 42, of Denville, pled guilty to theft. She's to be sentenced in September. Johnston admitted to forging receipts and account ledgers while working as a manager for a local group home for adult men, and keeping the money for herself. This occurred between August 1999 and August 2004. July 1 Joseph Gribble, 43, of Blairstown, was sentenced to two years probation. As a condition of his probation, Gribble is to serve 45 days in the Keogh-Dwyer Correctional Facility. In addition, Gribble was ordered to pay $305 in monetary penalties, undergo a Domestic Violence Assessment Center evaluation and follow the recommendations, continue attending weekly AA meetings and to comply with the terms of the Final Restraining Order entered under the Prevention of Domestic Violence Act. . On May 2, Gribble entered a guilty plea to an accusation charging him with aggravated assault. At the time of his guilty plea, Gribble told the court that on Feb. 11, in the Township of Stillwater, he assaulted the victim resulting in the victim receiving two broken ribs. July 5 Kelly Fiorillo, 27, of Passaic, pled guilty to theft by deception. She is scheduled for sentencing in September. Fiorillo admitted to illegally using an ATM card to remove approximately $10,000 from a friend's bank account. Nancy Hayden, 43 of Augusta, was sentenced to four years probation. She pled guilty on June 13, to violating probation that had been previously imposed for a conviction on July 30, 2004, for prescription fraud. Blair Kittredge, 21, of Vernon, pled guilty to possession of cocaine. She is scheduled to be sentenced in September. Kittredge was found to be in possession of three small vials of cocaine on March 25, 2002 by Patrolman Dan Young of the Byram Police Department. July 7 Richard Izzo, 36, of Montague Township, entered a guilty plea to an accusation charging him with violating Megan's Law by failing to notify law enforcement that he had moved to a new address. Under the provisions of Megan's Law, Izzo was required to notify the local police that he was moving to a new address ten days prior to his actual move. Izzo admitted to the court that between May 13, 2004 and April 7, 2005, he moved from Montague Township without first notifying police of it. The case was investigated by Det. Jason Garrigan of the Sussex County Prosecutor's Office. Izzo is currently in the Walter-Keogh Dwyer Correctional Facility in lieu of $7,500 bail and is scheduled to be sentenced in October.