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Somerset County court sentencings

January 5, 2019

The following defendants were sentenced in the Somerset County Court of Common Pleas.

Jasen Boncoski, 46, Stoystown, was sentenced to six months of supervised probation for driving under the influence, first offense. According to court documents, Boncoski hit an unoccupied vehicle along West Main Street in Stoystown Borough and fled the scene on Dec. 5, 2017. He had a blood alcohol content of 0.26 percent, according to police. He must pay the costs of prosecution and supervision, a $300 fine, $75 to the Catastrophic Loss Benefits Continuation Fund and $10 to emergency medical services. He pleaded guilty Sept. 10.Robert Edward Currence, 72, Musselman Avenue, Somerset, was sentenced to six months of supervised probation for driving under the influence, first offense. State police were dispatched Jan. 27 to Berlin Plank Road in Brothersvalley Township for a report of an erratic driver. Currence had a blood alcohol level of 0.22 percent, according to police. He must pay the costs of prosecution and supervision, a $300 fine, $75 to the Catastrophic Loss Benefits Continuation Fund and $10 to emergency medical services. He pleaded guilty Sept. 10.Ethan Todd Kenyon, 20, Boswell, was sentenced to a total of six months of supervised probation in two cases. In the first case, he was ordered to pay the costs of prosecution and supervision and a $100 fine for a charge of harassment. Kenyon allegedly placed his hand on a woman’s throat and squeezed while in a residence along West Garrett Street in Somerset Borough on March 21. In the second case, he pleaded guilty to driving under the influence and received six months’ supervised probation. He had a blood alcohol content of 0.26 percent while driving on Nov. 10, 2017, according to police. He must pay the costs of prosecution and supervision, a $300 fine, $75 to the Catastrophic Loss Benefits Continuation Fund and $10 to emergency medical services. He pleaded guilty Sept. 10.Matthew William Gyorko, 42, Somerset, was sentenced to three to 12 months in Somerset County Jail followed by two years’ supervised probation for driving under the influence of a controlled substance in one case and possession with intent to deliver in another. State police found an abandoned vehicle registered to Gyorko along Walters Mill Road in Black Township on March 2. Tests revealed Gyorko had amphetamine, methamphetamine, lorazepam and oxycodone in his system, according to court documents. In the other case, state police said Gyorko sold a bundle of heroin to an undercover cop in the CVS Pharmacy parking lot in Somerset Borough on Aug. 22, 2016. He must pay the costs of prosecution and supervision, $550 in fines, $75 to the Catastrophic Loss Benefits Continuation Fund and $10 to emergency medical services. He must submit to DNA testing. He pleaded guilty Sept. 12.Amy Stanczyk, 34, Somerset, was sentenced to three years of supervised probation for welfare fraud in April 2017. Stanczyk must pay the costs of probation and supervision, a $100 fine and $3,130.30 in restitution. She pleaded guilty Sept. 11.