Nov. 4, Michael Milazzo, 20, of Sussex, was sentenced to 180 days in the Sussex County Jail with credit for 124 days already served, three years probation, two years loss of license and 30 days community service. He must also pay court costs and fines. He pled guilty on Sept. 6 to third degree eluding, fourth degree resisting arrest, driving while intoxicated and driving with a suspended license. He admitted that on July 2 he operated a vehicle while under the influence of a controlled dangerous substance, eluded law enforcement officers who were attempting to make a motor vehicle stop and subsequently used physical force to resist his arrest. Kenneth J. Brady, 38, of Sussex, was sentenced to 78 days in the Sussex County Jail with credit for 78 days served. He pled guilty on Sept. 6 to fourth degree Impersonation. He admitted to using his brother’s identification to obtain employment. Jarrod Gentry, 23, of Cookeville, Tennessee was sentenced to three years state prison with 1,123 days credit. Fines and costs are in the amount of $155. On Aug. 17, 2008 the defendant knowingly caused injuries to a victim and left the scene of the injury knowing or reasonable believing the victim was unable to care for himself. Nov. 7 Ramsay B. Reid, 35 of Jersey City was sentenced to one year probation, 15 days in county jail with credit for 15 days served. Defendant must pay restitution in the amount of $1,000 to the victim. Fines and costs are in the amount of $730. On Oct. 4, 2009 the defendant, a member of Hell’s Angels Motorcycle Club, participated in a fight at the Exxon Station in Andover with members of a local motorcycle club which resulted in one individual sustaining multiple injuries. Lisa M. Slate, 32, of Wantage was sentenced to three years probation and was ordered to submit to a TASC evaluation and follow any recommendations made. She must pay restitution in the amount of $2,470, pay total fines and penalties of $5,210 and her driving privileges were suspended for six months. She pled guilty on Oct. 31 to forgery and burglary, both crimes of the third degree. She pled guilty on June 27 to two counts of possession of heroin, both third degree crimes, and theft, a fourth degree crime. Slate admitted that she and a codefendant took two checks belonging to another, forged the victim’s signature on them and cashed them, taking the cash for themselves. This incident occurred between Nov. 25, 2010 and Nov. 30, 2010 in Wantage Township. On April 24, 2011 Slate and two co-defendants illegally entered a residence in Branchville Borough and took property from the home. Slate also admitted on April 4 to being in possession of heroin and on April 27 to taking property from a house in Fredon and being in possession of heroin. William J. Shurley, 50, of Medford pled guilty to child abuse/neglect, a crime of the fourth degree, and to the motor vehicle offenses of driving while intoxicated and leaving the scene of an accident. In pleading guilty, Shurley admitted that he was driving drunk in Lafayette on Aug. 13 struck another vehicle and fled the scene. His 9-year9old son was in the vehicle at the time of the accident. Jennifer Clarke, 37, of Sparta pled guilty to possession of CDS (Xanax), a crime of the third degree, and to the motor vehicle offenses of driving while intoxicated and driving while intoxicated with a minor. In pleading guilty, Clarke admitted that she was driving while under the influence of a controlled dangerous substance in Sparta on April 6 with her 6-year-old son in the vehicle. Charles A. Caracappa, 24, of Edison pled guilty to criminal attempt to commit endangering the welfare of a child, a crime of the third degree. In pleading guilty, Caracappa admitted that he engaged in sexually explicit conversation via the internet with what he believed to be a 14-year-old female in September of 2009. Albert Russo, 56, of Blairstown pled guilty to criminal attempt to commit endangering the welfare of a child, a crime of the 3rd degree, and endangering the welfare of a child, a 4th degree crime. In pleading guilty, Russo admitted that he engaged in sexually explicit conversation via the Internet with what he believed to be a 14-year-old female between Oct. 6, 2009 and Nov. 11, 2009. He also admitted to possessing or viewing computer programs or files depicting a child engaged in a prohibited sexual act or simulation of such an act. Jonathan J. Delucchi, 24, of Hopatcong pled guilty to third degree possession of a controlled dangerous substance. He admitted to being in possession of a controlled dangerous substance during a motor vehicle stop at a DWI checkpoint. Anthony J. Colville, 32, of Montague pled guilty to the third degree crime of theft by deception. He admitted to inducing the victim to cash three bad checks totaling $925. Andrew J. Christiansen, 21, of Glenwood pled guilty to the third degree crime of eluding. He admitted to failing to stop when signaled to do so by State Park Ranger James Bauernfeind on Aug. 11 in Wawayanda State Park. He jumped out of a moving vehicle and ran off on foot to escape arrest.