Judge sentences man to prison for thefts
One man is going to prison for a burglary that netted him and his partner $6.
MERCER, Pa. -- A Sharon man will serve a prison term for thefts and other offenses.
Last week, Judge John Reed of Mercer County Common Pleas Court sentenced Brian Mosley to 11 to 48 months for criminal trespass and two counts of theft by unlawful taking, all felonies.
Court documents say Mosley, 29, of Ormond Avenue, stole $4,000 worth of video games, DVDs and electronic and computer equipment Feb. 7 or 8 from an Ormond Avenue residence. Less than two weeks later, he also took jewelry, cigarettes and miscellaneous items from a Maple Grove Road residence in Shenango Township.
Mosely also was resentenced on earlier convictions. He was sentenced to 11 to 48 months in prison followed by three years' probation for a 2004 misdemeanor forgery conviction, and 2005 and 2006 convictions for felony and misdemeanor theft by unlawful taking. Mosely was on probation when convicted of the new offenses.
Judge Christopher St. John sentenced Adam Oakes, 22, address given as Mercer County Jail, to 111/2 to 23 months in prison followed by three years' probation for felony burglary and conspiracy to burglary.
Court documents say that on Feb. 13, Oakes conspired with another man to burglarize a residence on Boyd Road, New Vernon Township. They got $6 from the home.
Judge St. John also sentenced Gregory Frampton, 29, of Youngstown-Kingsville Road, Vienna, to three months to one year in jail followed by two years' probation for two counts of misdemeanor terroristic threats.
Court documents say that on Dec. 28, 2005, on Wengler Avenue, Sharon, Frampton threatened to kill a Sharon police officer and a Mercer County deputy sheriff, and also threatened the men's families.