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Pa. man sentenced on drug-releated convictions

July 12, 2007|By DON AINES

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - A Waynesboro, Pa., man convicted in two drug-related cases and for making terroristic threats was sentenced Wednesday in Franklin County Court to three to eight years in state prison.

Sean Martin Siegrist, 21, of 155 W. North St., entered a guilty plea to possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance on Feb. 15. He pleaded guilty July 5 to two counts of terroristic threats and an unrelated charge of delivery of cocaine, according to court records.

On Jan. 6, the Franklin County Drug Task Force searched a house on Ringgold Street in Waynesboro. Siegrist was in the house and police found $1,720 on him, according to court records.

Hidden in a couch, police also found a bag containing seven bags of cocaine and two bags of marijuana, police said.

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On Oct. 4, 2006, police said Siegrist was involved with three other men in the sale of $600 in cocaine that took place in a parking lot near the Penn State Mont Alto campus.

Siegrist also was charged with sending dozens of threatening text messages to a high school student who had refused to go out with him, according to court records.

"If I could get away with murder U would be dead," one of the text messages read, according to court records.

Judge Douglas Herman fined Siegrist $1,100 and ordered him to pay $850 in restitution to the Pennsylvania Attorney General's Office. Siegrist also forfeited the $1,720 police found on him Jan. 6 to the county drug task force, along with his cell phone.

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