Sussex County Prosecutor's Office

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July 11
Kevin M. VanDyke, 33, of Newton was sentenced to two years of probation, substance abuse evaluation and treatment, time served of 258 days in jail and $2,380 in fines.

He pleaded guilty on March 10 to two counts of third-degree distribution of a controlled dangerous substance. He admitted to distributing heroin on Oct. 1 and 3, 2012, in the town of Newton to an individual cooperating with the Sussex County Gangs, Guns and Narcotics Task Force.

Kaytie Hazenkamp, 25, of Hamburg was sentenced to two years of probation, mental health evaluation and to follow all recommendations, $500 restitution, two days in jail, 30 days SLAP and fines and fees.

She pleaed guilty on April 14 to theft, a third-degree crime.

She admitted to selling jewelry she knew was stolen on or about Oct. 14, 2013.

James Driesse, 27,,, of Absecon was sentenced to three years of probation and 50 hours of community service. He also must attend AA/NA meetings, submit to a TASC Evaluation and follow recommendations, as well as pay fines and fees.

He pleaded guilty on May 27 to attempted burglary, a third-degree crime.

He had attempted to break into the Country Car Wash in Andover but was unsuccessful.

Anthony Grosse, 24, of Hopatcong wa sentenced to 66 days in jail with credit for 6 days served, three years of probation, restitution in the amount of $1,433.39 and fines and fees. He must submit to a TASC Evaluation and follow all recommendations and also abstain from drugs and alcohol.

He pleaded guilty on to aggravated assault, a third-degree crime.

He had been at a party in March, the defendant got angry with the victim and tackled him down a set of stairs, causing various contusions, an orbital fracture and a subconjunctival hemorrhage.

July 15
Gregory P. Dalrymple, 31, of Easton, Pa., was sentenced to six years in state prison. He also must pay $2,5361.36 in restitution.

He pleaded guilty on May 5 to two counts of second-degree conspiracy to commit robbery.

In one incident, he admitted to conspiring with two co-defendants to commit robbery by gunpoint at the Andover Apothecary in January 2012.

In a second incident, he admitted to conspiring with a co-defendant to commit armed robbery at the Phillipsburg Pharmacy in July 2012.

Sean C. Colligan, 40, of Hardyston pleaded guilty to fourth-degree criminal mischief.

He admitted to jumping on a vehicle in the Hampton Walmart parking lot and shattering the passenger side window.

Kyle A. White, 20, of Stanhope pleaded guilty to two counts of fourth-degree distribution of marijuana and to one count of fourth-degree counterfeiting currency.

Sentencing is scheduled for Sept. 12.

He admitted to distributing less than one ounce of marijuana on May 5 and 9 in the borough of Hopatcong. He also admitted that on May 15 in the borough of Hopatcong, he manufactured counterfeit currency. The matter was investigated by Hopatcong Police Det. R. Tracey.

Andrew Priestman, 19, of Hopatcong pleaded guilty to the third-degree crimes of burglary and theft and the disorderly-persons offense of obstructing the administration of justice.

Sentencing is scheduled for Sept. 12.

Priestman admitted to entering the home of a friend without permission on Dec. 12, 2012, and stealing a Playstation and games, which he subsequently re-sold to a retail store. The matter was investigated by Hopatcong Police Officer. D. Schultz. He also admitted to lying to a police officer about his name in order to avoid problems with his enrollment in Pre-Trial Intervention. That matter was investigated by Hopatcong Police Officer G. Mancuso on April 17, 2014.

July 18
Joseph L. Mendoza, 31, of Canton, Ga., was sentenced to two years of probation and 98 days in jail with a credit for 98 days previously served. He also was ordered to pay court costs and fees.

He pleaded guilty on June 9, 2014, to third-degree manufacturing, distributing and dispensing cocaine in an amount of less than one-half ounce, two counts of third-degree manufacturing, distribution and dispensing marijuana in a quantity of less than one-half ounce and third-degree bail jumping.

He admitted to selling cocaine and marijuana to an individual on several occasions and fleeing the state prior to prosecution.

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