May 7 A Sussex County Grand Jury handed up an indictment charging John J. Howell, 41 of Frankford Township, with third-degree resisting arrest. The Grand Jury alleges that the defendant committed this act upon a New Jersey State Trooper who responded to a domestic violence investigation. He will be arraigned before the Superior Court in Newton within the next six weeks. A Grand Jury handed up an indictment charging David V. Maclure, 44, formerly of Vernon Township, with one count of second degree aggravated assault, one count of third degree aggravated assault, and one count of fourth degree unlawful taking of a motor vehicle. The Grand Jury alleges that the defendant committed these acts during a domestic violence dispute with an adult female. He will be arraigned before the Superior Court in Newton within the next six weeks. Maclure is currently a fugitive from justice. May 14 A juvenile pled guilty to aggravated assault and possession of a weapon, both crimes of the fourth degree. She was adjudicated a juvenile delinquent by the court. The juvenile, age 17, of Hamburg, was sentenced to probation until her 18th birthday with 20 days detention-suspended. She must also attend school every day and follow all home and school rules, undergo random drug testing, submit a DNA sample, continue counseling, pay $135 in court fines and $50 restitution. In February the juvenile assaulted a police officer while he was trying to place her in handcuffs. She was also in possession of a 13-inch knife at the time of her arrest. A juvenile pled guilty to third-degree Theft, third degree possession of CDS, violation of probation and under the influence of CDs. He was adjudicated a juvenile delinquent by the court. The juvenile, age 16, of Hopatcong, was sentenced to probation until his 18th birthday, 13 in the Juvenile Detention Center, and a six-month loss of his driver’s license. He must also attend school every day and follow all home and school rules, submit a DNA sample, undergo random drug testing, follow aftercare requirement for drug treatment, pay $1,130 in court fines and $2,557.65 in restitution, joint and several with co-defendants. In October of last year the juvenile and two co-defendants stole bicycles from the back of a pick-up truck. He was also in possession of a controlled dangerous substance at the time and found to be under the influence of a drug. May 18 Miranda Rielley, 37, of Newton pled guilty to the third-degree crime of distribution of a controlled dangerous substance within 1,000 feet of a school. Sentencing is anticipated for July 10. She admitted to selling three bags of heroin to an individual cooperating with Sussex County Guns Gangs and Narcotics Task Force while in her room at the Springhouse in Newton on February 11, 2009, which is within 1,000 feet of St. Joseph’s Elementary School. Daniel Stoll, 21, of Branchville pled guilty to the third-degree crime of possession of a controlled dangerous substance. He admitted to possessing two empty bags of heroin in the bedroom of his home on May 4, 2009. The matter was investigated by New Jersey State Trooper W. Korszoloski. Amanda Galdo, 23, of Wayne pled guilty to robbery, a second degree crime. Galdo entered the Lakeland Bank located on Route 206 in Frankford on April 14 and handed the teller a note that indicated she was there to rob the bank. The teller handed Galdo the money and Galdo fled the scene. She was later apprehended by State Police on Route 206. May 19 Michael Bell, 18, of Highland Lakes, pled guilty to third degree attempted burglary. He attempted to break into a private residence by throwing a rock through a window, but left when a pit bull begin barking. Bruce Damore, 24, of Hamburg pled guilty to seven counts of burglary and one count of possession of crack cocaine, all third degree crimes, and to the fourth degree crime of aggravated assault.. Between December 16, 2007 and January 31, 2009 in Wantage, Sparta, Newton, Vernon, Hardyston, Hamburg, and Franklin, Damore and several co-defendants broke into vehicles and took items from them, including credit cards and checks, which they then used to make purchases and get cash for themselves. On March 25, 2008 in Franklin Borough, during an investigation involving the defendant using profane language towards fast food restaurant workers, a pat down revealed crack cocaine on his person. On August 6, 2008 in Newton, while being arrested for giving police false information, he spat at one of the officers who was attempting to escort him from the police vehicle into the police station. May 20 Henry J. Boucher, 27, of Branchville, was sentenced to 180 days in jail and six-month loss of license. Boucher pled guilty to possession of a prohibited weapon, a crime of the fourth degree. He admitted to being in possession of an 18 inch sword that was concealed inside a walking stick and having drug paraphernalia after the car he was a passenger in was pulled over for a motor vehicle violation. May 26 Alivia A. Pandorf, 18, of Hopatcong, pled guilty to fraudulent use of a credit card, theft and burglary, all third degree crimes, and to the fourth degree crimes of theft and credit card theft. Sentencing is anticipated for July 17. On October 2, 2008 in Hopatcong, she used a stolen ATM debit card to purchase goods at a convenience store. On January 9, 2009, while at Newton Memorial Hospital, she took a prescription pad from one of the doctor’s offices and also took a debit card from the purse of one of the employees of the hospital. On March 10, 2009 in Hopatcong, she broke into a parked vehicle and took a Kohl’s credit card. Daniel Mayer, 24, of Newton, pled guilty to conspiracy/escape, a third degree crime, theft, a fourth degree crime, and possession of drug paraphernalia, a disorderly persons offense. Sentencing is anticipated for July.