No. 1615 Philadelphia, 1981, Appeal from Order of the Court of Common Pleas, Criminal Division, of Bucks County, Nos. 2959 of 1979, 3180-85 of 1979.
Donald Nasshorn, Assistant Public Defender, Doylestown, for appellant.
Stephen B. Harris, Assistant District Attorney, Doylestown, for Commonwealth, appellee.
Wieand, McEwen and Popovich, JJ.
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In this appeal we are asked to determine whether the record is sufficient to support an order directing appellant to make restitution to the victims of three burglaries. We conclude that the record is sufficient and affirm the order of the sentencing court.
Robert Wood entered pleas of guilty to informations charging him with three burglaries and was sentenced to serve a term of imprisonment. A hearing to determine the amount of restitution was deferred until after Wood had been released on parole. At that hearing, the victims testified to the losses which they had sustained as a result of the burglaries, and Wood presented evidence regarding his earnings and expenses. At the conclusion of the hearing, the court ordered as follows:
THE COURT: In the case of Kenneth Pietrak I order and direct you make restitution in the sum of nine hundred five dollars.
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In the case of Dorothy West I order and direct that you make restitution in the sum of seven hundred seventy-five dollars.
In the case of Charles Sampsel I order and direct that you make restitution in the sum of two thousand one hundred forty-nine dollars.
MR. SCHNEIDER: What will be the manner of payment, ...