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Man Gets Jail For Taking Son To Buy Drugs
Man Gets Jail For Taking Son To Buy Drugs Bethlehem Resident Sentenced To 1 2 Years.
June 18, 1998by LAURI RICE MAUE, The Morning Call
A Bethlehem man who took his 12 year old son to Philadelphia to buy illegal drugs that he intended to sell in Bethlehem was sentenced last week to one to two years in Northampton County Prison.
Jorge Luis Sanchez, 40, of 527 Broadway, first floor, was spotted by police getting into his truck with his son on Jan. 30.
When he arrived home, police searched him and found 80 bags of heroin marked “OD,” three bags of crack cocaine, one bag of powder cocaine and two bags of marijuana.
Police said Philadelphia has been a “source city” for narcotics that are sold in Bethlehem. Kimberly McFadden to charges of possession with intent to deliver heroin and endangering the welfare of children, was also ordered to pay $1,000 in fines.
In return for his plea, charges of heroin and cocaine possession, possession with intent to deliver cocaine and possession of a small amount of marijuana were withdrawn.
He was ordered to receive inpatient treatment and submit to random urine screenings upon parole.
Sanchez was also sentenced to a 30 day consecutive jail term on a marijuana possession charge from an Aug. 8 incident in the city.
In other court action last week:
Shawn Tyrone Phillips, 26, of 411 Wyandotte St., Bethlehem, Apt. 2, was sentenced by McFadden to three to six years in state prison after entering Oakley Outlet a negotiated guilty plea to possession with intent to deliver crack cocaine.
Phillips, who also was ordered to pay a $500 fine, had 39 packets of crack cocaine valued at $780 on Sept. 24, 1996, in Bethlehem.
Under the plea agreement, a charge of cocaine possession was withdrawn.
Arcadia Dejesus, 44, of 1322 E. 4th St., Bethlehem, was sentenced by Judge William F. Moran to time served and placed on 18 months’ parole for attacking his brother with a hammer and a pipe.
Dejesus pleaded guilty to simple assault and under the plea agreement. A charge of aggravated assault was withdrawn by prosecutors.
On Jan. 11, Dejesus hit Angel Dejesus in the face with a hammer and a piece of pipe during an argument at 519 Dakota St., Bethlehem. The judge ordered him to pay for his brother’s medical bills and lost wages. The amount of restitution has yet to be determined.
Roger Allen Johnson, 29, no known address, was sentenced Oakley Outlet to seven to 23 months in prison by McFadden after entering a negotiated guilty plea to burglary.
In return for his plea, prosecutors withdrew charges of criminal conspiracy, theft and receiving stolen property.
On March 4, Johnson forced his way into 1073 Lehigh St., Easton, and stole compact discs, stereo equipment and a video recorder.
McFadden ordered him to pay a $500 fine, perform 30 hours Oakley Outlet of community service and undergo drug and alcohol evaluations and any recommended treatment.
Jose Diego Rodriguez, also known as Papo, 33, of 306 Hill St., third floor, Bethle Oakley Outlet hem, was sentenced by McFadden to one to two years in the county prison after entering a negotiated guilty plea to cocaine delivery.
Rodriguez sold $275 worth of cocaine to an undercover police officer at his home on Nov. 5.
Charges of cocaine possession and possession with intent to deliver cocaine were withdrawn in return for the plea.
Rodriguez must pay a $500 fine and undergo drug and alcohol evaluations and any recommended treatment.
Jose Dominic Figueroa, 29, of 944 E. 6th St., Bethlehem, was sentenced to nine to 23 months in the county prison for having a packet of heroin at CJ’s Bar, 1338 E. 4th St., Bethlehem, on Jan. 19.
Figueroa, whom Moran ordered to be furloughed as soon as possible to a drug rehabilitation center, also was sentenced to a concurrent term of nine to 23 months for selling heroin to a police informant on Sept. 1 in the 700 block of E. 4th Street in Bethlehem.
Two bags of the drug were found in a slit in the waistband of his jeans when he was arrested for the incident.