Clearfield lady allegedly lied on firearm utility
Sheila Kent, 48, of 120 Clark St., Clearfield, allegedly lied on an utility to buy a firearm from Nationwide Sport Items again in June of 2020, in keeping with Tiadaghton Valley Regional Police.
Kent allegedly checked “no” in response to the query, “Have you ever ever been convicted in any courtroom for a felony, or different crime, for which the choose might imprison you for multiple yr, even should you obtained a shorter sentence together with probation?” mentioned Brian Firetti, a Tiadaghton Valley Regional Police officer.
In line with Firetti, Kent beforehand pled responsible to DUI twice in 2006, and was positioned on probation for 2 years.
District Decide Jerry Lepley arraigned Kent on the market or switch of firearms and unsworn falsification to authorities, and launched her on $10,000 bail. Kent is scheduled to subsequent seem earlier than Lepley March 3 for her preliminary listening to.
Jersey Shore man charged for alleged theft of cigarettes
Gary Umstead, 38, of 141 Arch St., Jersey Shore, allegedly walked out of Smoker’s Specific with out paying for a pack of cigarettes on Jan. 11, in keeping with Tiadaghton Valley Regional Police.
Umstead allegedly rummaged round in his pockets looking for cash to pay till different patrons started lining up after him. He allegedly stepped apart and stood by the lottery machine, earlier than leaving the shop, in keeping with Shawn Hummer, a Tiadaghton Valley Regional Police corporal.
Police later discovered Umstead with the cigarettes on him, which have been valued at $6.11, in keeping with Hummer.
District Decide Jerry Lepley despatched Umstead a summons to reply for retail theft, and launched him on $1,500 bail. Umstead is subsequent scheduled to look earlier than President Decide Nancy Butts March 8 for a preliminary listening to.
Lock Haven lady allegedly lied on firearm utility
Michelle Caris, 48, of Lock Haven, allegedly lied on her utility to buy a firearm at After Hours Gun Store in Anthony Township final Might.
Caris allegedly checked “no” when requested “Have you ever ever been adjudicated as a psychological faulty OR have you ever ever been dedicated to a psychological establishment?” in keeping with Jonathan Houseknecht, a state police corporal.
Caris allegedly had an involuntary psychological well being dedication in Lycoming County again in 2002.
District Decide Jerry Lepley arraigned Caris for making false statements and launched her on $1,500 bail. Caris is scheduled to make a responsible plea April 9.
Jersey Shore man allegedly led officer on transient chase in November
Kris Worden, 39, of 508 Railroad St., Jersey Shore, allegedly led Tiadaghton Valley Regional Police on a chase down North 287 Freeway after they tried to tug him over for rushing November 6.
Worden, allegedly driving a Jeep Grand Cherokee lacking a left taillight, clocked 88 miles per hour in a 55 miles per hour zone on, in keeping with Cody Smith, a Tiadaghton Valley Regional Police officer.
In line with Smith, Worden allegedly crossed the highway’s middle strains a number of occasions earlier than shortly turning onto Whyne Street with out signaling.
Smith and one other officer blocked off the filth highway and adopted it till they discovered the Grand Cherokee, which they acknowledged as belonging to Worden, who they mentioned had a suspended drivers’ license.
“Later the identical day, Kris Worden was picked up throughout an incident with Previous Lycoming Township Police. He was again in the identical car that fled from us,” Smith wrote within the affidavit.
When police interviewed Worden, he allegedly instructed them he fled as a result of he was excessive on methamphetamine, was not considering correctly and knew he had a warrant.
District Decide Jerry Lepley arraigned Worden for fleeing or making an attempt to elude police officer, reckless driving, driving whereas license is revoked or suspended, careless driving, disregard of site visitors lanes, turning actions and alerts, driving car at a protected velocity and lighting necessities.
Lepley set bail to $15,000, and Worden posted Jan. 28. He had a proper arraignment on Monday.
Metropolis lady arraigned for retail theft
Willette Dewitt, 48, of 822 Tucker St., Williamsport, allegedly stole objects valued at $35.17 from Weis Markets on Lycoming Creek Street Feb. 13, in keeping with the Previous Lycoming Township Police Division.
Dewitt allegedly hid Advil, Tylenol and Nature Made D3 nutritional vitamins in her purse and left the shop regardless of the shop’s loss prevention’s makes an attempt to confront her in regards to the stolen objects, in keeping with Michael Engel, an Previous Lycoming Township Police Officer.
Dewitt allegedly drove north in her Kia on Lycoming Creek Street, however Engel caught up and performed a site visitors cease. Dewitt allegedly spilled a number of objects over the again seat of her automobile earlier than admitting she has an issue with retail theft and “has been good.”
When Jason Smith, a loss prevention officer with Weis Markets, arrived on the scene, he recognized the stolen objects.
District Decide William Solomon arraigned Dewitt for retail theft, and set bail to $15,000. Unable to publish, Dewitt stays within the Lycoming County Jail till he preliminary arraignment Feb. 24.
Metropolis man arraigned on possession, fleeing expenses
Jumichael Drummond, 31, of 803 Heart St., Williamsport, allegedly didn’t park his automobile for a police site visitors cease Sunday night, in keeping with state police.
Drummond allegedly crossed the double middle line in his Chevrolet Cruze whereas touring east on East Third Avenue, in keeping with Kevin Bencsics, a state trooper.
When police tried to tug Drummond over, he allegedly continued to drive and made a left flip onto Sherman Avenue, and one other left onto Hancock Avenue.
Drummond’s automobile allegedly grew to become caught in a snow again, and Drummond tried to bail on-foot. Nonetheless, police quickly apprehended him.
“Whereas conversing with Drummond, a powerful odor of an alcoholic beverage was emitting from his individual, he had shiny/bloodshot eyes, and he admitted he had been ingesting,” Bencsics mentioned.
Officers allegedly discovered an opened Twisted Tea container within the middle console, two glass jars of marijuana on the passenger facet floorboard and two THX vape juices within the open middle console–all in plain view of a state trooper.
Exterior the automobile, state troopers discovered an unweathered small clear baggie of cocaine on the bottom behind the sedan and one other small baggie of crack cocaine on Hancock Avenue–proper by the left rear tire of the state police patrol car.
District Decide Aaron Biichle arraigned Drummond for fleeing or making an attempt to elude officer, possession with intent to ship, possession of a managed substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of marijuana, DUI, tampering with proof, driving whereas license is revoked or suspended, disregard of site visitors lanes, careless driving and possessing an open alcohol beverage in a automobile. Biichle set bail to $85,000.