October 3, 2016
Sussex County Prosecutor Francis A. Koch announced the sentencing of Cassandra Post and Robert Colomban, who appeared before the Honorable William J. McGovern, III, J.S.C. at the Sussex County Courthouse in Newton on September 30, 2016.
Post, age 20, of Totowa, was sentenced to three years Probation on condition that she write a 250 word letter of apology to the victim, obtain a mental health evaluation and follow all recommendations, submit a DNA sample, complete 100 hours of community service, pay $238.00 restitution joint and several, and $155.00 in court fines and fees.
Colomban, age 21, of Far Hills, was sentenced to four years Probation on condition that he serve 60 days in the Sheriff’s Labor Assistance Program, write a 250 word letter of apology to the victim, submit a DNA sample, complete 100 hours of community service, pay $238.00 restitution joint and several, and $155.00 in court fines and fees, continuing counseling and pursue educational opportunities.
They both pled guilty on February 3, 2016. Post to third degree Theft and Colomban to third degree Conspiracy to Commit Theft.
In December of 2014 both Post and Colomban, along with co-defendant Hardwick Stires, were involved in a robbery at the Quick Check in Hampton. Colomban drove Stires, who committed armed robbery of the Quick Chek.
Post was represented by Gregg Wisotsky, Esq., Colomban was represented by John Robertson, Esq., and the State was represented by Assistant Prosecutor Brent M. Rafuse.