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CHELSEA ROBINSON

A 27-year-old Montrose woman could face seven years in prison and a $15,000 fine after admitting responsibility Friday for escaping from a probation officer’s custody when she was being escorted to the Wyoming County Jail in May.

Police say that Chelsea Robinson fled from law enforcement escorting her from the Wyoming County Courthouse to the Wyoming County Correctional Facility and ran to a waiting vehicle, driven by her friend Shawn McNamee, 32.

U.S. marshals arrested McNamee nine days later, after a traffic stop in Union, N.Y.

Robinson, eluded police then, but marshals arrested her the next day in Rome, Bradford County.

Robinson had visited the probation office on May 5 and was escorted to the jail after it was determined she violated a condition of her probation.

According to court records, she was four days shy of completing 12 months probation for a drug possession charge she had been sentenced to in 2016.

Under a plea agreement between Robinson’s attorney, Jair Novajosky, and Wyoming County District Attorney Jeff Mitchell, misdemeanor charges of disorderly conduct and theft by unlawful taking will not be prosecuted at the time of sentencing, for which President Judge Russell Shurtleff did not give a specific date. Restitution and a treatment requirement will need to be met, however.

Other pleas entered before Judge Shurtleff on Friday:

*Alyssa Lynn Blasi, 21, of Troy, pleaded guilty to retail theft on Oct. 4, 2016. Judge Shurtleff added on to her conditions of bail that she is not to enter upon the Tunkhannock WalMart.

*Twila Dodds, 18, of Williamsport, pleaded guilty to simple assault on April 29.

*Vernon Richard Edmondson, 50, of Tunkhannock, pleaded guilty to possession of drug paraphernalia on March 12.

*Jordan Wesley Fisher, 29, of Rehersburg, pleaded guilty to DUI of a controlled substance, second offense, on March 3.

*Michael Joseph Fisher, 24,of Nicholson, pleaded guilty to DUI on May 22.

*Nesbitt W. Fitch Jr., 45, of Factoryville, pleaded guilty to recklessly endangering another person on May 10.

*Shawn Michael Gallagher Jr., 20, of Mehoopany, pleaded guilty to corruption of minors on Feb. 26.

*Jordan Zachariah Hagler, 20,of Hanover, pleaded guilty to DUI on May 29, 2016.

*Duran Christian Hofmeister, 23, of Factoryville, pleaded guilty to receiving stolen property on June 20, 2016.

*Matthew Gregory Hynds, 22,of East Stroudsburg, pleaded guilty to criminal conspiracy to commit receiving stolen property on July 30, 2016.

*Gladys Anne Johnston, 54, of Friendsville, pleaded guilty to DUI on Oct. 3, 2014.

*Thomas Martin Meehan, 41, of Tunkhannock, pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct on June 21.

*John D. Newman, 42,of Tunkhannock, pleaded guilty to harassment on Oct. 5, 2016.

*John J. Parduski, 55,of Tunkhannock, pleaded guilty to DUI on Oct. 15, 2016.

*Simon Alexander Pease, 19,of Tunkhannock, pleaded guilty to possession of drug paraphernalia on Aug. 1, 2016.

*Jesse Lee Prebola, 34, of Sweet Valley, pleaded guilty to DUI on March 29.

*Kricket Marie Rinebold, 35, of Tunkhannock, pleaded guilty to DUI on June 27, 2016; and to accident with damage to attended vehicle on June 27, 2016; and to possession of a controlled substance on Feb. 29, 2016.

*Harry A. Schork, 59, of Tunkhannock, pleaded guilty to simple assault on June 8; and to terroristic threats on June 8.

*Ricky Allen Vermillion, 42, of Emporium, pleaded guilty to DUI on May 27.

*Derek Delraine Williams, 21, of Meshoppen, pleaded guilty to DUI on Aug. 30, 2016; and to fleeing or eluding police officer on Sept. 21, 2016.

*Ashley Marie Young, 26,of Meshoppen, pleaded guilty to theft by unlawful taking on June 4. Judge Shurtleff added on to her conditions of bail that she is not to enter upon the Tunkhannock WalMart.