Five sentenced by judge
Several people were sentenced or had their probations revoked by Judge Andrew Frye in Morgan County Circuit Court this month.
William J. Sager, 44, of Sand Mine Road, Berkeley Springs, was sentenced to one-to-ten years in prison for his role in the theft of tires from a property on Harrison Avenue, Berkeley Springs, in October 2011.
In August, a jury found Sager guilty of two felony counts of breaking and entering as well as single misdemeanor counts of petit larceny and attempted petit larceny.
Michael A. Liebman, Jr., 23, of North East, Md. was placed on two years probation after successfully completing the program at Anthony Center for Youthful Offenders.
Liebman had been indicted last year for sexual assault charges in which the victim was a 14-year-old and for providing beer to the minor in January 2011.
Probation was revoked for Brian C. L. Vangosen, 21, of McCoy Road, Berkeley Springs. Vangosen must now serve a one-to-10 year prison sentence for grand larceny of guns, tools and electronics during the summer of 2009.
Probation was revoked for Luca Deluca, 31, of Audubon Road, Hedgesville. He must now serve one-to-five years in prison for two counts of distribution of marijuana.
Zachary G. Solomon, 19, of Fairview Drive, Berkeley Springs, was placed on 24 months probation, at the end of which he will be found guilty of a misdemeanor offense of possession of a controlled substance.
If Solomon should be unsuccessful on probation, he will serve a one-to-five year prison sentence for delivery of hydrocodone, a felony.