December 20 Daniel W. Guerrini, 21, of Newton, pled guilty to unlawful taking of a means of conveyance and theft of a credit card, both fourth-degree crimes. Sentencing is scheduled for March 11. His bail was modified to $10,000 with the 10% option. Guerrini admitted to police that he took an ATM cad from his stepfather and attempted to obtain cash from a bank but was unsuccessful and the card was seized. He also admitted to taking a car belonging to his ex-stepfather without his permission or consent. This occurred between last Oct. 21 and Nov. 7. Matthew Everhart, 23, of Andover, pled guilty to two counts of aggravated assault, both third-degree crimes. Sentencing is scheduled for March 18. On Nov. 2 he assaulted two officers from the Stanhope Borough Police Department while they were attempting to investigate a prowler call. Pepe Malanga, 43, of Hackettstown, was sentenced to an extension of probation for a total of four years with the condition that she enroll in an intensive outpatient program within thirty days and submit to random drug monitoring. Malanga is required to attend N.A./A.A. meetings three times per week. Roy league, 40, of Andover Township, entered a guilty plea to an accusation charging him with the fourth degree Megan's Law violation for failure to notify and re-register with law enforcement that he had moved to a new address. League also admitted to violating the terms of his current probation sentence. Under the provisions of Megan's Law, league was required to notify the local police that he was moving to a new address ten days prior to his actual move. He admitted to the court that on or about June 18, he had moved from Andover Township without first notifying Andover Township Police department that he would be moving to a new address.