February 24 Jackie DeGraff, 19, formerly of Sparta, was sentenced to a three year term of probation and 270 days in the Walter Keogh-Dwyer Correctional Facility. In addition, DeGraff was ordered to pay $155 in monetary penalties. She was also ordered to enroll a substance abuse program. According to police, on Oct. 28, 2004, DeGraff entered a guilty plea to a charge of burglary. When she entered her guilty plea, DeGraff told the court that on Sept. 13, she had entered a private residence with the purpose of removing property. February 25 Karen Koski, 44, of Branchville, was sentenced to one year probation, must serve three days in the Keogh-Dwyer Correctional Facility and was given credit for three days served. In addition, she must submit to an evaluation and follow any recommendations made. She must maintain gainful employment, perform 60 hours of community service and submit to random urine monitoring. She must pay restitution in the amount of $1,000, pay total fines and penalties of $155 and submit a DNA sample at her expense. According to court records, Koski pled guilty on Sept. 13, to theft, a third degree crime. She admitted to voiding out receipts and taking the cash for herself while working as a cashier at Dale's Market in Branchville from June through August of 2003. Scott R. Magill, 21 of McAfee, was sentenced to two years probation, maintain gainful employment, random urine analysis and court fines and fees. Magill pled guilty on Dec. 13, to two counts of burglary. According to police, Magill broke into The Country Store and look cigarettes and lighters on two different occasions in 2001. Lorraine Hoffman, 37, of Vernon, was sentenced to three years state prison, in addition, Huffman was ordered to pay $280 in monetary penalties. According to court records, on Nov. 30, Hoffman entered a guilty plea to two changes of making terroristic threats and cruelty to animals. At the time of her guilty plea, Hoffman told the court that on May 29, she threatened to kill her roommate. She also admitted that on March 1, she had killed her roommate's cat by throwing the cat against the wall. Jason I, Hackett, 22, of Newton, was sentenced to three years probation, must serve 90 days in the Keogh-Dwyer Correctional Facility and was given credit for 30 days served. He must submit to a mental health evaluation and follow any recommendations. In addition, he must attend AA/NA three times per week, obtain a sponsor and obtain gainful employment. His driving privileges will be suspended for two years. He must pay restitution in the amount of $1,579.92, pay total fines and penalties of $905 and submit a DNA sample at his expense. Hackett pled guilty on Feb. 7, to unlawful taking of a means of conveyance, a third degree crime, and leaving the scene of an accident. He admitted to police that on Nov. 2, he had been drinking at the Lenape Lodge. He left the bar, found a 1993 minivan with the keys in it, drove the van down Limecrest Road, failed lo negotiate a curve and went off the road into a tree. February 28 Joseph Quiles. Quiles, 20, of Newton, pled guilty to distribution of less than one half ounce of cocaine. He is scheduled for sentencing in April. According to court records, on Dec. 3, Quiles sold 10 small bags of cocaine to an undercover detective assigned to the Sussex County Narcotics Task Force in Andover Township.