Jonothan Edward Prather Sentenced

On March 26, 2012, in the Court of Common Pleas of Potter County, No. 4 of 2012, Jonothan Edward Prather received the following sentence:

As to Count 1, Murder of the First Degree (H-1) the Defendant will be incarcerated with the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections for life without the possibility of parole.  He shall pay a fine of $50,000, and shall cooperate with the Commonwealth as set forth in his plea agreement.

The Defendant shall pay restitution to the Victim’s Compensations Assistance Program in the amount of $3,304.13.  Additionally he shall pay $1,000.00 for counseling fees to the blood relatives of the victim who are preliminarily identified as victim’s mother Deena Miller, victim’s brother, Zachary Miller, and victim’s grandmother, Linda Brown.  The court will address further issues of additional restitution if requested within 6 months.  Restitution will be joint and several with other co-defendants in this case.

The Defendant shall pay to Erie Regional Lab the fee of $2,069.00.  The Commonwealth will have 90 days to request any additional reimbursements.

The Defendant will receive credit for time served.

The Defendant having been the subject of a D & A evaluation will take part in recommended treatment programs relative to drug or alcohol abuse, at his/her own expense.

The Defendant will attend AA and/or NA meetings as directed.

The Defendant is subject to mandatory DNA testing fee of $250.00.

The Defendant shall have no contact whatsoever with the family of his victim, Samuel Miller, unless they request the same through the Commonwealth.

The Defendant shall obtain his GED while incarcerated.

The Defendant will be provided with mental health treatment and counselling while incarcerated.

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  1. I_have_retronausia says:

    yeah he thought he was going to get 20 to 40 i knew it was never going to happen though. he might as well kill himself because he’s never going to see the outside world ever again fucking dumbass anyway

    • Helpme says:

      I pray he never gets out. I fear for me and my child’s life if he ever does find a way to get out

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