CLEARFIELD– A Clearfield man accused of entering a home where he damaged a TV and threatened the resident with a gun, was sentenced to state prison Monday during plea and sentencing court.
Justin Lee Blantz, 28, and Reagan Paige Blazevich, 24, also of Clearfield, were both charged with burglary by state police after an incident in Brady Township on June 8 at 8:50 p.m.
According to the affidavit of probable cause, Blantz and Blazevich entered the residence without force. While there Blantz went to an upstairs bedroom and damaged a 42” flat screen TV.
As he left Blantz allegedly “flashed” a pistol at one of the residents, threatening that he would shoot him. They then fled the area.
The victim was able to identify both suspects.
Blantz pleaded guilty Monday to felony criminal trespass, along with misdemeanor terroristic threats, recklessly endangering another person and criminal mischief.
Judge Paul E. Cherry sentenced him to serve nine months to five years in state prison.
His probation on a previous false ID to law enforcement case was revoked and he received a concurrent period of incarceration of 168 days to one year in the county jail.
The case against Blazevich who is charged with burglary and criminal trespass, is still pending.