James Conklin, 42, of Hopatcong received several prison sentences Jan. 5.
He was sentenced to five years in state prison for absconding and 18 months in prison for violation of parole related to incidents July 8, 2021, in Newton.
He also was sentenced to three years on a drug charge from an incident June 2, 2021, in Newton.
And he was sentenced to three years for failure to register stemming from incidents between March 17 and May 4, 2020, and one year for violation of parole stemming from an incident Feb. 8, 2020.
All the sentences will be served at the same time.
In addition, Conklin was ordered to pay fines and fees and was given credit for 456 days spent in jail.
He pleaded guilty to all the charges Oct. 18.
Charles Adkins, 56, of Providence Forge, Va., was sentenced to three and a half years in state prison for aggravated assault and other charges Jan. 11.
He also was ordered to pay fines and fees and have no contact with the victim. He was given credit for 230 days served in jail.
Adkins pleaded guilty to third-degree aggravated assault, fourth-degree resisting arrest, driving while impaired, simple assault and false imprisonment Oct. 25.
The case was investigated by the New Jersey State Police, Augusta Barracks and the Sussex County Prosecutor’s Office.
Assault, weapon charges
Reiley Herrin, 20, of Newton pleaded guilty to third-degree aggravated assault with a deadly weapon Feb. 10.
He admitted committing aggravated assault by causing serious bodily injury with a knife during a fight.
Herrin reportedly was accused of stabbing a 22-year-old man in the stomach near the basketball court behind Lakeland School in Newton about 4 a.m. May 22. The victim was taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
Sentencing is set for April 14.
Brian Gleason, 51, of Hopatcong pleaded guilty to two counts of fourth-degree aggravated assault Feb. 8.
He admitted that he attempted to injure a Hopatcong police officer and an emergency medical technician June 30. Both were performing their duties while in uniform.
Sentencing is set for April 28.
Harry Halvorsen, 34, of Hopatcong pleaded guilty to fourth-degree resisting arrest by flight Feb. 8.
He admitted resisting arrest and fleeing from law enforcement officers while in custody.
Sentencing is set for March 31.
Born Allah, 21, of Paterson was sentenced to two years of probation and time served in jail on a drug charge Feb. 1 by Superior Court Judge Michael Gaus in Newton.
Allah also must submit a DNA sample and pay fines and fees totaling $1,205.
He pleaded guilty Nov. 16 to a charge of third-degree possession with intent to distribute a controlled dangerous substance.
He admitted that he possessed and intended to distribute less than a half-ounce of heroin Sept. 20, 2020, in Hamburg.