HONESDALE - A Canaan Township man will spend between 18 months to seven years in a state correctional facility on a felony count of receiving stolen property and misdemeanor counts of recklessly endangering another person and disorderly conduct.

Ralph Paul Boehmer, 34, also was ordered to pay nearly $123,000 in restitution and a $500 fine in connection with the separate incidents, which happened in August 2013 and March 2014.

Wayne County Court of Common Pleas President Judge Raymond Hamill imposed the sentence.

The defendant had previously pleaded guilty to the charges.

According to court papers, in Aug. 2013 state police discovered a large amount of stolen items at Boehmer's residence on O'Connell Road. The items included tools, firearms, fishing gear and an Ipad.

The items had been stolen in several residential burglaries in numerous northeastern Pennsylvania counties, according to paperwork.

In a separate incident, March 2014, Boehmer fired a 9 millimeter pistol in the parking lot of the Crossroads tavern on Belmont Street in Canaan Township, according to court papers.

The incident happened about 5:50 p.m. when Boehmer stood at the passenger side of his Dodge Ram and fired seven gunshots into a snowbank. He then walked around to the driver's side of the truck and fired two shots into a snowbank, according to court papers.

Six 9 millimeter shell casings and one bullet fragment were recovered from the area where Boehmer fired the pistol, authorities said.