Randolph Millington, 34 of Newton was sentenced to two years of probation. He must also perform community service and pay mandatory fines and fees.
He pleaded guilty on June 10 to possession of a controlled dangerous substance, receiving stolen property and conspiracy to commit credit card fraud, all third degree crimes. During a motor vehicle stop, Millington was found to be in possession of CDS, stolen electronics and numerous fraudulent credit cards and driver’s licenses.
Christopher R. Lynch, 40 of Newton was sentenced to three years of probation. He must also perform community service, continue with counseling and pay restitution and mandatory fines and fees.
He pleaded guilty on June 24, to aggravated assault, a third-degree crime. Lynch admitted to assaulting a neighbor during a confrontation.
Juliann Heddy, 25, of Newton was sentenced to two years of probation with a potential for discharge at 18 months. She was ordered to successfully complete an anger management program or other appropriate treatment, and pay fines and fees totaling $2,330.
She pleaded guilty on June 17, to false public alarm, a third-degree crime, and simple assault, a petty disorderly person’s offense.
The defendant knowingly caused a false alarm on May 7, by activating the fire alarm on the fourth floor of Gateway Apartments in Newton, and she had a physical altercation with a resident of another apartment.
Daniel M. Logan, 56 of Newton, was sentenced to two years of probation. He must also perform community service, pay restitution and mandatory fines and fees.
He pleaded guilty on June 18, 2019 to Knowingly Exhibiting a False Government Issued ID and Credit Card Theft, both third-degree crimes. Logan admitted to attempting to open a bank account and with a false driver’s license and having obtained actual credit cards, also with false information.
Jackie Robinson, 22, of Sandyston, pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled dangerous substance, a third-degree crime.
Sentencing is presently anticipated for Sept. 27.
In pleading guilty, the defendant admitted to being in possession of heroin in Sandyston on Aug. 1, 2018.
The case was investigated by Tpr. Emmanuel Roman of the New Jersey State Police.
Madison Westerkamp, 20 of Newton, pleaded guilty to theft, a third-degree crime, and to theft and hindering apprehension, both disorderly persons offenses.
Sentencing is presently anticipated for Oct. 4.
In pleading guilty, the defendant admitted to taking cash from Weis Market in Newton on Sept. 4, 2018, and to taking property from another on May 31 in Frankford Township and then provided false information to police officers during the investigation.
The cases were investigated by Ptl. J. Flanagan of the Newton Police Department and Tpr. C. McGrath of the New Jersey State Police.