Rosenlieb, Judge return to Tyler County Circuit Court
Sabastian J.E. Rosenlieb was once again in front of Judge Mark A. Karl on April 13.
Rosenlieb, 19, of 431 North Railroad Ave., Sistersville, was charged with a felony count of attempted murder, a felony count of malicious assault and a misdemeanor count of reckless driving to have allegedly occurred along W.Va.18 on Sept. 9 of last year.
On Tuesday, Karl heard testimonies from witnesses of the event. After the testimonies, Karl found the statement that Rosenlieb gave was voluntary. Rosenlieb will return to court on May 4 at 1:30 p.m.
Timothy J. Judge pleaded guilty to a charge of being accessory after the fact, breaking and entering.
Judge, 28, of Tyler Highway, Sistersville, waived his right to proceed in Magistrate Court.
Karl asked Judge what he had done.
Judge replied, “I went to Sistersville and picked up Kevin Leek, a chainsaw, a weedeater and took him back to his mother’s house and sold the items for oxycodone. I knew the items were stolen.”
Karl accepted his plea offer and fined Judge $200 and ordered him to pay $129.11 in restitution through circuit court.
The sentence to the crime, which carries a term of six months to a year in jail, was suspended and Judge was placed on one year probation.
Karl ordered him to report to Probation Officer John Lantz.