SUNBURY - An Excelsior man charged in connection with two DUI incidents and a disturbance in Coal Township was sentenced Monday by Northumberland County Judge Charles H. Saylor to six months of intermediate punishment and one-year supervised probation.

Michael Lee Long Jr., 24, of 193 Lower Excelsior Road, was sentenced on two counts of driving under the influence of alcohol and one count of terroristic threats involving three incidents.

He received a sentence of six months of intermediate punishment, with the first 30 days on house arrest, for a DUI that occurred Aug. 15, 2009, in Coal Township. He also was fined $1,000, had his driver's license suspended for 12 months and was ordered to pay various fees.

Saylor imposed the same sentence on Long for a DUI that occurred May 29, 2011, in Coal Township. That sentence runs concurrent to the first DUI sentence.

The judge ordered Long to serve 12 months of supervised probation and pay a $50 fine on a charge of terroristic threats involving a disturbance on May 29, 2001, in Coal Township. The probation runs consecutive to the DUI sentence.

Additional charges were not prosecuted.

All the charges were filed by Coal Township police.