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- 05/28/13--21:00: _Crime of the Week
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- 06/01/13--21:00: _Article 2
- 06/01/13--21:00: _Hopwell Crime, June 2
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- 06/02/13--21:00: _Police Briefs 6/3/2013
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- 06/01/13--21:00: _Court Notes 6/2/13
- 05/28/13--21:00: Crime of the Week
- 05/28/13--21:00: Police blotter 5/29/13
- 05/29/13--21:00: Police Blotter: Thursday, May 30, 2013
- 05/29/13--21:00: Police Briefs, May 30, 2013
- 05/29/13--21:00: Lackawanna County Court Notes 5/30/2013
- 05/29/13--21:00: Court notes 5/30/13
- 05/30/13--21:00: Lackawanna County Court Notes 5/31/2013
- 05/30/13--21:00: Susquehanna County Court Notes 5/31/2013
- 05/30/13--21:00: Court notes 5/31/13
- 05/30/13--21:00: Police Brief, May 31, 2013
- 05/30/13--21:00: Police Blotter: Friday, May 31, 2013
- 05/31/13--21:00: Lackawanna County Court Notes 6/1/2013
- 05/31/13--21:00: Lackawanna County Sentencings 6/1/2013
- 06/01/13--21:00: Article 2
- 06/01/13--21:00: Hopwell Crime, June 2
- 06/01/13--21:00: Pike and Wayne County sentencings for Sunday, June 2, 2013
- 06/02/13--21:00: Police Briefs 6/3/2013
- 06/02/13--21:00: Court Notes 6/3/13
- 06/02/13--21:00: Prince George Crime for June 3
- 06/01/13--21:00: Court Notes 6/2/13
CHESTERFIELD/COLONIAL HEIGHTS - Items have been stolen from a construction site at a Chesterfield County school on several occasions, and the Chesterfield County/Colonial Heights Crime Solvers program needs your help to solve the cases.
Two larcenies and one commercial burglary were recently reported at the construction site at Midlothian High School, 401 Charter Colony Parkway. The first incident occurred on Friday, April 19, and involved the theft of copper. In the second incident, on Friday, May 3, a white crew-cab pickup truck with chrome, tubular running boards towed away a Miller Bobcat welding machine and numerous tools. The third incident occurred on Monday, May 13, and involved the theft of copper from the site. In this third case, the suspect was driving a dark-colored pickup truck. Combined, the three incidents have been very costly, and investigators need your help to catch the suspects involved.
For more information, including pictures of the white pickup and of a similar welding machine, you can visit the Crime of the Week page at www.crimesolvers.net.
If you have information about ANY unsolved crime in, or person wanted by, Chesterfield County or the city of Colonial Heights, call Crime Solvers at 804-748-0660. Submit a tip electronically at crimesolvers.net or Text-A-Tip by texting "WATSON" plus your tip to CRIMES (274637). All three methods provide anonymity to those giving tips. If your tip helps to solve a crime or catch a fugitive, you could receive a cash reward of up to $1,000.Contributed Photo
Hanover Twp. police activity
Township police responded to the following incidents:
n Jeffrey Politz of Boland Avenue reported someone entered his unlocked Toyota Tundra late Monday evening and stole a 12-gauge Remington shotgun. Police say other vehicles in the area also may have been entered at the same time.
n Lauren Hertzler of West Division Street reported that four lawn chairs were taken from his front porch Saturday morning.
n Teressa Baratta, no address given, reported that four cast-iron tubs were stolen from her back yard last week.
COAL TOWNSHIP - Ronda Pollock, 46, of 140 S. First St., reported to police that some time between 11 p.m. Friday, and 11 a.m. Saturday, someone entered her yard and caused damage to several yard items.
Pollock told police someone knocked over a water fountain and damaged it, knocked over a bird bath, pulled wire cages for her vegetable plants from the garden, trampled down several flowers in her yard, bent and broke two tiki torches and knocked over a garden statue.
Anyone with information about the damage is asked to contact Coal Township Police at 644-0333.
COAL TOWNSHIP - Lawrence Lenig, 44, of 1011 E. Webster St., Shamokin, will be cited by police for scattering rubbish for dumping a load of wood in the Big Mountain area of Coal Township at 8:45 a.m. Sunday.
Granville residents taken into custody
State police at Towanda said that Nicole Irene Northrop, 25, and Mark Raymond Van Horn, 26, both of Granville, Pa., were taken into custody May 21 and charged with felony burglary, theft by unlawful taking, and receiving stolen property for a burglary that took place in Granville Township.
According to police, the charges were filed after an investigation found that both people entered the shed of a 26-year-old man and stole a hunting bow and chainsaw, worth a total of $900. Police said it's believed that the pair was involved in other burglaries/thefts in the area, and an investigation is continuing.
They were charged before District Court 42-3-02 and placed in Bradford County Jail, in lieu of $75,000 bail, police said.
Items taken in West Burlington
A 29-year-old West Burlington man told state police at Towanda that someone broke into his trailer and stole a few items that belong to his neighbor at 2 p.m. May 16 on Mission Center Lane in West Burlington Township.
Anyone with information is asked to contact state police at Towanda at (570) 265-2186.
Phishing scam reported
A 25-year-old Inkster, Mich. man told state police at Towanda that he was the victim of a phishing scam between April 3 and May 2 in Columbia Township.
The man told police that he sold a cellular telephone to a buyer on Craigslist.com on April 3, and shipped the phone and accessories to an address in Troy. The buyer was supposed to pay the man for these items via PayPal; however, the man never received payment for the phone, police said. The man said he reported the incident to the PayPal Fraud Department and was advised that he was the victim of a phishing scam.
Police said they recovered the stolen phone at a residence in Columbia Township and found that the person residing at the address was duped by a person in Nigeria, Africa into participating in the scam.
State police said they are investigating a burglary in which a firearm was stolen from the residence of a 21-year-old man May 9 on Front Street in New Albany.
Anyone with information is asked to contact state police at Towanda at (570) 265-2186.
A 78-year-old Troy Township man told state police at Towanda that someone entered his garage at 8:31 a.m. May 8 on Redington Avenue in Troy Township, through an unlocked door, and stole tools.
Anyone with information is asked to contact state police at Towanda at (570) 265-2186.
State police at Mansfield said Timothy L. Jennings, Sr., 54, of Monroeton, had an injury of unknown severity in a crash at 10:16 a.m. May 14 on Route 549 in Jackson Township, Tioga County, Pa.
Police said he was traveling south in a Freightliner diesel truck and went off the roadway and into the grass on the west shoulder. The vehicle then traveled along a ditch for about 100 feet, before overturning in the ditch on the west shoulder. According to police, the vehicle came to final rest overturned on its hood in a ditch, facing south, and the driver was charged with a violation of "roadways laned for traffic."
A 54-year-old man told state police at Towanda that the windshield of his farm tractor was broken sometime between 7 a.m. and 9 a.m. May 9 on Jackson Road in Springfield Township.
Anyone with information is asked to contact state police at Towanda at (570) 265-2186.
State police at Towanda said they are investigating the burglary of a hunting cabin that took place sometime between February and May on CCC Road in Leroy Township.
A 32-year-old New Jersey man told police a shotgun was taken.
Anyone with information is asked to contact state police at Towanda at (570) 265-2186.
Two charged for forgery
State police at Towanda said that charges were filed against Dawn Hance, 56, no address given, and Stanley Baldwin, 62, no address given, for a forgery incident that took place sometime between 9 a.m. Jan. 19 and 5 p.m. May 20 in the 800 block of North Center Street in Canton Township.
A 52-year-old woman told police that numerous checks were taken from her checkbook and were used without her permission. According to police, 8 checks were taken and forged, for a total of $1,364. Police said the pair admitted to taking and forging the checks, without permission, and charges were filed against them in District Court 42-3-01.
Troy man charged
State police at Towanda said Nigel Kenneth Williams, 22, of Troy, was cited for harassment and disorderly conduct following a harassment/disorderly conduct incident that took place at 12:55 p.m. May 14 on Sylvania Road in Sylvania Borough involving a 23-year-old Troy woman, who was the victim.
One man was injured in a two-vehicle accident that took place at 6:46 a.m. May 21 on Springfield Road in Springfield Township, said state police at Towanda.
Police said driver Derek J. Keifer, 26, of Mifflinburg, had a minor injury, and driver Dan E. Spencer, 51, of Milan, was not injured. Keifer was driving a Chrysler Concorde and Spencer was operating a Peterbilt, according to police.
Police said Keifer was traveling east, and Spencer was backing into a construction area to load a piece of construction equipment onto his trailer. According to police, Keifer had just cleared the top of a small hill and the sun created a blinding glare on his windshield. Police said he was finally able to see the other vehicle, but was unable to stop in time and the front of his vehicle struck one of the trailer wheels on the passenger side. Keifer's vehicle had major front end damage and was towed, and he was taken to Troy Hospital and released while Spencer's vehicle had minimal damage.
Neither driver was charged, police said.
Woman sustains injuries during domestic dispute
George Gary Kinne, 52, of Towanda has recently been charged with simple assault, harassment and disorderly conduct relating to a May 22 incident on Chestnut Hills Lane in Towanda.
According to police, Kinne allegedly struck a female victim several times before police were called to the house to investigate.
Police found a woman laying on the ground outside of the front door of her house as Kinne yelled at her that "she deserved what she got."
When police went through the house with the victim's permission, a large amount of blood was visible on the couch and floor of the living room.
The victim was transported from the scene by ambulance to the Towanda Memorial Hospital for treatment of her injuries, which included a bloodied nose and swelling to her face.
The following people were recently charged with driving while under the influence in Bradford County:
Mitchell Robert Benjamin, 25, of Towanda, by Towanda borough police, on April 26, on the Merrill Parkway in Towanda. Benjamin has also been charged with careless driving and driving on the wrong side of the road. A blood alcohol test revealed Benjamin had a .200 percent blood alcohol content on the day of his arrest. Benjamin was sent a summons to appear before Magisterial District Judge Timothy Clark on July 5 for a preliminary hearing.
Trey Edward Dececchis, 21, of Johnsonburg, by Towanda borough police, on May 4, on South Main Street in Towanda. Dececchis has also been charged with driving on the wrong side of the road and careless driving. A blood alcohol test revealed Dececchis had a .212 percent blood alcohol content on the day of his arrest. Dececchis was sent a summons to appear before Magisterial District Judge Timothy Clark on July 5 for a preliminary hearing.
Christopher Ryan Stiehl, 26, of Factoryville, by the Pennsylvania Game Commission, on May 15, in State Gameland 36 in Franklin Township. Stiehl has also been charged with possessing an open container of alcohol in a vehicle. Stiehl later refused to submit to a blood alcohol test. Stiehl was sent a summons to appear before Magisterial District Judge Timothy Clark on July 3 for a preliminary hearing.
n Christopher Anthony Bantell and Ashley Marie Carter, both of West Pittston.
n Jonathan Carlos Bonilla and Michelle Ann Vincavage, both of Scranton.
n Nicholas Michael Eldridge and Krystal Lynn Kolbinskie, both of Scranton.
n Brian Lester Lynch and Audreinne Lynn Vitock, both of Scranton.
n Eddie Frank King and Aniko Peter, both of Scranton.
n James Allen Wagner, Ellensburg, Wash., and Amy Lynn Carter, Live Oak, Calif.
n Gregory Walford Woodfield and Susan Woodfield to Cheryl Ramdial and Karen Motilal, as tenants in common; a property at Big Bass Lake, Clifton Twp., for $292,500.
n John J. McAndrew Jr., Francis and Elizabeth Norella, all of Carbondale, to Cook Brothers Enterprises Inc., Mayfield; a property at 4 Beech St., Carbondale, for $34,000.
n Franklin Louis Jr. and Wendolyn Sue Bausch, Langhorne, to David Arnold, Jefferson Twp.; a property at 735 Pumphouse Road, Jefferson Twp., for $140,000.
n Judy Ragni, individually and as executrix of the estate of Catherine Rybak, Scott Twp., to Neil J. and Marilyn F. Vitale, Lackawanna County; two parcels in Scott Twp. for $56,000.
n Allan T. and Lori A. Beggin, Lackawanna County, to Brittney C. Basalyga, Wayne County; a property at 304 E. LIne St., Olyphant, for $143,000.
n William Ishman, 1006 Grandview St., Scranton, v. Michael Mancini, 715 River St., Scranton; seeking in excess of $50,000, for injuries suffered Nov. 8 in an automobile accident at Deacon Street and Sanderson Avenue, Scranton; Nicholas E. Fick, attorney.
FEDERAL TAX LIEN
n Leonard F. and Ann Ash, 203 Center St., Taylor; $31,822.54.
n Rosa Garcia, Dunmore, v. Jose Inocencio Silvestre Sanchez, Chachapa Pueble, Mexico; married Oct. 16, 1999, in Mexico; John D. Lalley, attorney.
n Theresa S. Ferrario v. Joseph M. Ferrario
n Frances Bartocci v. Mark Bartocci
n Jonathan J. Turley v. Nicole R. Turley
n Mary Beth Fox v. Randy E. Fox
n Tina Evans v. Roland J. Evans
n Anthony Graziano v. Karen Drake Graziano
n Scott Schaffer v. Julie Marie Sidoni Schaffer
n Linda A. Snopek v. Brian B. Snopek
n Victor Glemboski v. Kim Glemboski
n Amalia Miranda v. Erick Miranda
n Mary Fawzon, 615 Fourth Ave., Jessup, letters testamentary to Michael S. Racobaldo, 224 Woodcrest Drive, Jessup.
n Susan Knight, 1452 Monroe Ave., Scranton, letters testamentary to James B. Knight Jr., 726 Landis St., Scranton.
n Rose Petrucci, 2201 Ash St., Scranton, letters of administration to Albert Petrucci, 1008 James Ave., Scranton.
n Eva Barber, 500 W. Hospital St., Taylor, letters testamentary to Gerald Merieski, 224 Wyalusing St., Old Forge.
n Carol Ann Smith, 822 E. Scott St., Olyphant, letters testamentary to Cheryl McDonald, 112 Black Walnut Drive, Olyphant.
n Regina Sedlar, 407 Church St., Old Forge, letters testamentary to Rita Dubernas, same address.
President Judge Thomas Munley issued the following warrants for failure to appear on fines and costs:
n Niasia Birch, 35 New Port St., Brooklyn, N.Y.; $1,125.50.
n Temple K. Bravo, 534 N. Irving Ave., first floor, Scranton; $1,059.50.
n Nick John Williams, 310 Rutgers St., Lehigh Acres, Fla.; $1,793.50.
n Julius Webb, P.O. Box 428, Greentown; $600.
n Robert Morris, 135 Thunderbird Drive, Scranton; $1,329.50.
n Maria Antonia Betancourt, 4331 Duncan St., Philadelphia; $604.21.
n Brenda Deats, 131 Susquehanna Ave., Apt. 1, Olyphant; $1,050.50.
Secretary of Housing and Urban Development and United States Department of Housing and Urban Development to Nicole L. Luchetta for $72,400; Hazleton.
Edwin R. Ringer (per agent), Edwin R. Ringer Jr. (agent) and Edwin R. Ringer Jr. to William J. Hritzak and Deborah L. Hritzak for for $184,000; Forty Fort.
Northeastern Pennsylvania Health Corp. and Hazleton General Hospital to 1 Assisted Living LLC for $300,000; Hazleton.
Mega Ravi LLC to Eileen Tava LLC for $189,000; Wilkes-Barre.
n Ismael Soto-Rivera and Glendalyz Lopez-Marrero, both of Scranton.
n Juan Morales-Cruz and Elynin Cardona, both of Bethlehem.
n Donald Francis Laskowski Jr., Lake Ariel, and Holly Rose Rowlands, Taylor.
n Jeremy Michael Sokol, Jessup, and Jeanette Marie Bordi, Olyphant.
n Dorothy C. Jones and Erin and Joseph Kologe, to Gregory and George Roskos; a property at Little Spike Way, Scranton, for $29,900.
n Fidelity Deposit and Discount Bank, Dunmore, to Charles Smith and Ronald McGreevy, Scranton; a property at 412 Jefferson St., Taylor, for $196,000.
n Michael J. and Elizabeth A. Swider, to Ross and Ericka Cordaro; a property at 50 Hill St., Jefferson Twp., for $137,500.
n Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp., to Xiaohong Whitiak; a property at 216 George St., Moosic, for $45,000.
n Drilon Selimaj, to James M. and Joyce A. Damato; a property at Buckaroo Byway, Covington Twp., for $25,000.
n Patrick and Karen Haggerty, co-executors of the estate of Barbara Ann Haggerty, to Melissa Marie Alfonso; a property at Green Run Road, Spring Brook Twp., for $225,000.
n Scott and Margie Wormuth, Carbondale, to Richard B. and Tammy A. Doan; a property at 1293 D. Crystal Lake Road, Fell Twp., for $265,000.
n Dolores Lydon O'Grady, Paul and Beverly Lydon; Rita Lydon Smith, per attorney in fact Maura Smith Mitsky; Dr. Arthur and Dorothy Lydon Joseph; and Robert C. Sr. and Kathleen Lydon MacGregor, to Shawn, James and Rosemary Walsh, Scranton; a property at 3023 Pittston Ave., Scranton, for $50,000.
n Steven E. and Angela G. Kirsner, to Lawrence Smith Construction; a property at Willington Drive, Roaring Brook Twp., for $54,000.
n Patronella and Joseph Janinek, Carbondale, to Anson J. Wightman III, Columbus, Ohio; a property at 36 Hemlock St., Carbondale, for $101,000.
n Donna M. Salko, to 78 Acquisition Group LLC, Miami, Fla.; a property at 45 N. Scott St., Carbondale, for $5,600,000.
n James Gall, Madison Twp., v. Melissa Gall, Moscow; married June 11, 2005; pro se.
n Christine Troia, Archbald, v. Salvatore Troia, State Hill, N.Y.; married March 31, 2011, in Dickson City; pro se.
n Jacqueline F. Plisko, Moosic, v. Edward J. Plisko, Moosic; married Aug. 29, 1987 in Moosic; Raymond C. Rinaldi II, attorney.
n Nicole C. Wassell v. Joseph G. Wassell.
n Ann Marie Midgley v. Michael Midgley.
n Dominick Caljean v. Katrina Caljean.
n Bryan Dente v. Frances Dente.
n Stacy L. Keller v. Joseph F. Keller.
n Istvan Ujvari v. Danielle Ujvari.
n Jillian B. Usher v. Eric T. Usher.
n Carol A. Leggio v. Vincent L. Leggio.
n Jo Ann Frances Hludzik, 1301 Throop St., Dickson City, letters testamentary to Johnathan Hludzik, same address.
n Theresa M. Tully, 201 Sanderson Ave., Olyphant, letters testamentary to David Tully, same address.
n Margaret D. Pociask, 2741 Boulevard Ave., Scranton, letters testamentary to Ann Marie Seasock, 101 Commons Drive, Olyphant.
n Laraine R. Usher, 225 Gibson St., Jermyn, letters testamentary to William Valentine, 732 Belmont Ridge Drive, Lawrenceville.
n Hilda Williams, 2030 Margaret Ave., Scranton, letters testamentary to Linda Nonnenberg, 3105 N. Main Ave., Scranton; and Carol Zaltauskas, 983 Albright Ave., Scranton.
n Linda Biel Krupovich, 31 Abington Gardens, Clarks Summit, letters of administration to Kathryn Irene Richard, 548 E. 82nd St., Apt. 5D, New York, N.Y.
n Charles M. Galat, 413 10th Ave., Scranton, letters testamentary to Frances Galat, same address.
Susquehanna County Court Notes appear Fridays in The Times-Tribune.
-âMatthew Michetti and Jessica Ruben, both of Ithaca, N.Y.
-âJoshua Baker and Melissa Kuns, both of Montrose.
-âMichael Furman and Tonya Roe, both of Hallstead.
-âArchibald Johnson and Ruth Cohen, both of Little Meadows.
-âAaron Callendar and Natashia Beach, both of Thompson.
-âDana and Patricia Conner to Roger Burman, a property in Oakland for $26,682.
-âJoseph Jr. and Erin Dorohovech to Stanley and Susan Glinkowski, a property in Herrick Twp. for $142,900.
-âAtlee Davis III (estate) to Legacy Land Holdings LLC, a property in Silver Lake Twp. for $208,000.
-âNeil and Marilyn Vitale to Kevin and Kathleen Buck, a property in Montrose for $262,500.
-âUS Bank and Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency to B&B Housing LLC, a property in Montrose for $29,900.
-âStanley Wolk Jr. to Adeel and Kelly Nazir, a property in Clifford Twp. for $175,000.
-âMarjorie Pardo to Edward and Laurel Pardo, a property in Forest Lake Twp. for $97,000.
-âJoyce Hilton to Theodore and Joyce Plevinsky, a property in Great Bend Twp. for $130,000.
-âAndrew Anderson and Lynn Racht to Donald and Tracey Carey, a property in Forest City for $102,000.
-âAndrew Anderson and Lynn Racht to Donald and Tracey Carey, a property in Forest City for $50,000.
-âSpringleaf Financial Services of Pennsylvania to Andrew Anderson and Lynn Racht, a property in Union Dale for $18,000.
-âWilliam and Rosalyn Tracy to Terence and Melanie Kavetski, a property in Gibson Twp. for $42,500.
-âRBS Citizens to Marsha Pontero, a property in Forest Lake Twp. for $55,000.
-âJanet Walker, 4583 Brushville Road, Susquehanna; letters testamentary to Barbara Perrington, 3592 Brushville Road, Susquehanna, and Jennifer Schmidt, 2730 Route 1018, Hallstead.
-âAlec Meshansky, 781 Klimas Road, Montrose; letters testamentary to Lee and Jeannette Apostle, Klimas Rd., Montrose.
-âEsther Fickes, 8807 Route 92, South Gibson; letters testamentary to Judith Wright, 8815 Route 92, South Gibson, and William Fickes, 1163 Old Newburg Turnpike, Union Dale.
-âMartin Flynn, Susquehanna, vs. Sandra Flynn, Wyalusing; Robert J. Hollister, attorney.
-âJohn Mann, Montrose, vs. Rose Mann, Carbondale; Myron B. Dewitt, attorney.
-âPaul Pratt, Hop Bottom, vs. Amy Pratt, Dickson City; Brianna Strope, attorney.
Mark J. Luchi and Mary Beth Luchi to Daniel H. Benedict for $189,900; Butler Township.
Kenneth G. Jacoby III, Laura J. Fedorick and Jonathan G. Jacoby to Jonathan G. Torbik for $74,000; Wilkes-Barre Township.
Diane Marie Gregory (executrix), Diane Gluc Petrovich (executrix) and Frank G. Gluc (estate) to Steven Houck and Tabitha Houck for $88,000; Wilkes-Barre.
Gregory M. Mikulski to Lynn H. Mokwa and Beverly A. Mokwa for $127,450; Ross Township.
Frank A. Piro, Brenda K. Bubb and Brenda K. Piro to Michael T. Morris for $325,000; Harveys Lake.
Marguerite Krogulski (per guardian) and Karen Mazzaccaro (guardian) to Richard L. Sarbaugh and Pearl B. Sarbaugh for $100,000; Forty Fort.
Men charged with involuntary deviate sexual intercourse
Two Canton men and a Grover man have been charged with having sexual contact with a Canton man who suffers from a mental disability, according to court papers filed with the office of Magisterial District Judge Jonathan Wilcox of Troy.
Pennsylvania State Police have charged Ronald Middaugh, 52, of 100 Cedar Ridge Dr., Apt. 202, Canton; Randy Vern Foust, 51, of 100 Cedar Ridge Dr., Apt. 306, Cedar Ridge Apartments, Canton; and Jared Matthew Strunk, 41, of 8 Main St., PO Box 171, Grover, with involuntary deviate sexual intercourse, according to the papers filed by Trooper David Pelachick. Pelachick said the victim's mental disability
renders him incapable of consent.
An affidavit notes that Bradford County Detective Kyle Wisel informed state police at Towanda about the incidents.
The incidents took place from April 1 through July 30, 2012, at Cedar Ridge Apartments in Canton, police said. In Strunk's affidavit, it's noted that Strunk is denying having any sexual contact with the victim.
Foust's unsecure bail was set at $45,000, Strunk's unsecure bail at $25,000, and Middaugh's unsecure bail at $25,000, according to Wilcox. They were arrested and arraigned on May 29. Wilcox said they face preliminary hearings at 1 p.m. June 5.
COAL TOWNSHIP - Police here are investigating a burglary at 1412 W. Lynn St. that occurred between 7 a.m. and 3 p.m. May 23.
Anyone with information about the burglary is urged to call police at 644-0333.
ZERBE TOWNSHIP - Kenneth Carl Bordner Jr., 39, of 924 Sunshine Road, Shamokin, has been charged by Trooper Thomas Leib of state police at Stonington with two counts of driving under the influence of alcohol, driving without proper registration, driving under suspension, careless driving and failure to wear a seat belt.
The charges relate to a May 5 traffic stop along Miller's Hill Road, just south of Route 225 in Zerbe Township.
Police reported Bordner had a blood-alcohol level of .112 percent.
SHAMOKIN TOWNSHIP - Trooper Nicholas Berger of state police at Stonington charged Brad David Latshaw, 40, of 1207 N. Pearl St., Shamokin, with two counts of driving under the influence of alcohol, failure to drive in a single lane, driving at an unsafe speed, careless driving and failure to wear a seat belt.
Police said Latshaw had a blood alcohol content of .161 percent.
The charges involve a May 11 traffic stop on Route 61 in front of the state police station.
MOUNT CARMEL - Joanne E. Andruscavage, 33, of 143 Beaverdale St., Mount Carmel, was charged by Cpl. David Donkochik with two counts of altering or forging plates, driving an unregistered vehicle, driving without proper inspection and driving without insurance in connection with an April 19 incident in the 300 block of West Second Street.
MOUNT CARMEL - Melinda Sue Bugg, 25, of South Apple Street, Mount Carmel, was arraigned Wednesday by Magisterial District Judge Hugh Jones on charges of criminal conspiracy, possession with intent to deliver mushrooms and marijuana, possession of mushrooms and marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and endangering the welfare of children by having a controlled substance within access of a child.
Bugg was committed to Northumberland County Prison in Sunbury in lieu of $30,000 bail.
The charges were filed by Mount Carmel Police Chief Todd Owens and Patrolman Matthew Dillman in connection with a Dec. 21 incident at her home.
RALPHO TOWNSHIP - Sean P. Keegan, 27, of 9 N. Sixth St., Shamokin, was charged by Ralpho Township Patrolman Christopher Grow with possessing multiple bags of heroin and possessing drug paraphernalia March 7 along Route 487 in Elysburg.
MOUNT CARMEL - Skyler M. Dornsife, 18, of 615 E. Webster St., Shamokin, was committed to Northumberland County Prison in Sunbury in lieu of $10,000 bail after being arraigned Wednesday by Magisterial District Judge Hugh Jones on two counts of criminal conspiracy, theft by unlawful taking and receiving stolen property.
According to a criminal complaint filed by Mount Carmel Cpl. David Donkochik, Dornsife stole $2,900 from the residence of Brenda and Robert Taylor, of 130 W. Second St., between May 4 and May 5.
KULPMONT - Robert L. Persing, 22, of 1 Clarion St., Shamokin, was charged by Kulpmont Patrolman Patrick McAndrew with violating a protection from abuse order by calling and texting Brooke Mulac on May 19 at 919 Chestnut St., Apt. A, Kulpmont.
MOUNT CARMEL TOWNSHIP - Michael R. Wisnoskie, 19, of 76 Church St., Locust Gap, was charged by Patrolman Matthew Filarski with two counts of driving under the influence of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of a small amount of marijuana and a lighting violation.
The charges relate to a March 16 traffic stop along Route 901 near the former Boylan's Service Station.
MOUNT CARMEL - Daniel C. Roden, 22, of 501 E. Fifth St., Mount Carmel, was arraigned Tuesday on charges of burglary, criminal trespass, theft, receiving stolen property and criminal mischief relating to an incident at a property under renovation at 250 E. Second St. that was damaged by fire in 2012.
Roden is charged by Patrolman Jason Drumheller with stealing a bear skin rug from the property between March 7 and April 25.
He was committed by Magisterial District Judge Hugh Jones to Northumberland County Prison in Sunbury after failing to post $25,000 bail.
KULPMONT - Kevin Michael Reed, 22, of 337 E. Center St., Mount Carmel, was arraigned Tuesday on charges of aggravated assault, simple assault, institutional vandalism, criminal mischief, resisting arrest, two counts of disorderly conduct and public drunkenness involving disturbances on April 27 at Tenth and Maple streets.
Reed, who was committed by Magisterial District Judge Hugh Jones to Northumberland County Prison in Sunbury in lieu of $20,000 bail, is accused by Patrolman Michael Pitcavage of punching out the windshield and passenger side window on a red Volkswagen owned by West End Automotive, screaming profanities at police, head-butting Pitcavage, resisting arrest and threatening to kick out the back windows on a police car upon being taken into custody.
While at Kulpmont Police Station, police said Reed kicked a hole in a wall and threatened to spit on AREA Ambulance Services employees when they attempted to treat him for a bleeding wrist.
MOUNT CARMEL - Larissa Justina Voeckler, 26, of 127 N. Chestnut St., Mount Carmel, has been charged by Cpl. David Donkochik with possession of drug paraphernalia involving an April 22 incident at her residence.
MOUNT CARMEL - Charges of simple assault, harassment and disorderly conduct were filed by Patrolman Kevin Katch against Belinda Sue Smith, 20, of 18 E. Railroad St., Apt. 1, Mount Carmel.
Smith is accused of slapping Christian Gartner in the face, ripping his shirt and tackling him. She also is charged with punching Erica Jones in the face, wrestling her to the ground, slamming her face on the pavement and choking her while trapping her between a vehicle tire and the curb.
Police said the assaults occurred May 15 in the first block of East Railroad Street.
MOUNT CARMEL TOWNSHIP - Jeffrey M. Murphy, 30, of 295 Slabtown Road, Apt. 1A, Catawissa, was charged by Patrolman Matthew Filarski with two counts of criminal trespass, possessing instruments of crime, criminal attempt to tamper with evidence and defiant trespass relating to a May 26 break-in at Joe's Auto Body in Natalie.
Murphy was arraigned on the charges and committed to Northumberland County Prison in Sunbury in lieu of $50,000 bail.
He waived his right to a preliminary hearing Wednesday and was ordered to appear for plea court July 8 at Northumberland County Courthouse, Sunbury, at which time he can plead guilty or no contest, or seek a trial by pleading not guilty.
KULPMONT - Patrolman Patrick McAndrew charged Shane M. Wallace, 32, of Kulpmont, with violating a protection from abuse order filed against him by Kaitlyn Else, of 1339 Scott St.
Police said the incident occurred April 30 at Else's residence, where Wallace formerly resided.
Charges of burglary, criminal trespass, terroristic threats, simple assault, criminal mischief and harassment filed by Patrolman Michael Pitcavage against Wallace were dismissed Wednesday when Else refused to testify against him.
Wallace was charged with committing the crimes March 30 at Else's residence.
-âJerome Joseph Potis, Archbald, and Katy McDonald, Carbondale.
-âHelder Antonio Azevedo and Jacqueline Marie Loomis, both of Clarks Green.
-âRichard Paul Edmondson, Scott Twp., and Rachel Lynn Wasilewski, Clarks Summit.
-âSteven Marshalek, S. Abington Twp., and Jacquelyn Sara Preate, Clarks Summit.
-âColin Lamont Glenn and Maryjo Anna McFadden, both of Throop.
-âRick Arthur Hayward and Debra Mary Renaud, both of Wilkes-Barre.
-âPamela and Joseph Graziano, Old Forge, to Alyson Wruble, Old Forge; a property at 612 Moosic Road, Old Forge, for $68,000.
-âFederal Housing and Urban Development Department to Jason and Lindsey Bullaro; a property at 919 Price St., Dickson City, for $56,195.
-âVericrest Financial Inc., f/b/o Vericrest Oppurtunity Loan Trust 2011-NPL1, to Linda Kaufman; a property at 410 Willowbrook Road, S. Abington Twp., for $41,000.
-âEdward D. Dembrosky, Owego, N.Y., executor of the estate of Edward A. Dembrosky, Tioga, N.Y., to Stephen R. Butash, Jessup; a property at 605 Cypress St., Throop, for $42,500.
-âWilliam M. Quinlan, Moosic, to David W. Jr. and Veronica Johns, Moosic; a property at Water Street, Moosic, for $160,000.
-âLouise and Anthony L. Garcia, Archbald, to Lynsey Lastauskas, Blakely; a property at 138 S. Main St., Archbald, for $130,000.
-âMichael and Sujin Beckerman, Gladstone, N.Y., to Gregory F. Thomas and Daniela L. deCarvalho, Waverly; a property at Sterling Drive, Waverly Twp., for $135,000.
-âJoseph J. and Marion C. Supanek, to Alex Plotnikov and Yuliya Akmetkhanova; a property at 612Â½ Sunset St., Clarks Summit, for $149,000.
-âJohn Clendening and Amanda Irene Clendening, now by marriage Amanda Irene Duff, to Jason and Michael Menichetti; a property at 117 Miller Road, Waverly Twp., for $235,000.
-âZongke Zhao, Mayfield, to Daryl Phillip and Morgan Smith, Scranton; a property at 203 Main St., Mayfield, for $101,000.
-âJames E. Balzano, Hillsborough Twp., N.J., to Patricia G. Keneally, Garfield, N.J.; a property at 9 Frank St., Carbondale, for $75,000.
-âCatherina Fox, 159 Belmont St., Carbondale, letters testamentary to Brian Fox, P.O. Box 390, Harpers Ferry, W.Va.
-âGeorge W. Teets, 3020 Nashotka Road, Madison Twp., letters testamentary to Ann S. Teets, same address.
state tax liens
-âWilliam H. Fitzgerald, individual and president of Northern Car Rental, 309 Wheeler Ave., Scranton; $10,125.42.
-âJerome Genovese, individual and president of Garden Path Inc., 112 Potter St., Dunmore; $28,417.66.
-âLeonard A. Krappa, individual and president of Tri K Inc., 238 Hoover St., Old Forge; $50,948.56.
-âLouis J. Domiano, individual and president of Northern Associates Inc., 286 Sampson St., Old Forge; $3,704.68.
-âThomas Connell, 605 Pamela Drive, S. Abington Twp.; $2,973.50.
-âPaul and Laura Thomas, 121 N. Lincoln Ave., Scranton; $1,361.39.
-âRandy H. and Kathleen Wheeland, 315 Hamilton Ave., Scranton; $2,965.69.
-âKevin Darcy, 1135 Olive St., Scranton; $1,504.49.
-âMartin P. Judge, 2312 Cedar Ave., Scranton; $1,380.84.
-âRamon L. Tripp, 113 Decker Road, Jermyn; $1,530.38.
-âNeilton Dias, 503 Morgan Highway, S. Abington Twp.; $12,908.03.
-âDorothy G. Zalenski, 1212 Pettibone St., Scranton; $2,794.04.
FEDERAL TAX LIENS
-âWilliam R. Lee, 209 Colfax Ave., Scranton; $3,938.39.
-âMiller Country Store LLC, 1148 Old Trail Road, Clarks Summit; $6,262.34.
-âJR Runco Blacktop & Concrete Inc., 97 Green Briar Drive, Spring Brook Twp.; $15,427.17.
-âMary Anne Eggleson, P.O. Box 438, Waverly; $98,174.12.
-âRae Marie Venarucci, 116 Windsor Way, Roaring Brook Twp.; $37,631.68.
The following were recently sentenced in Lackawanna County Court by Judges Michael J. Barrasse, Vito P. Geroulo and Trish Corbett.
-âAmanda Lynn Walter, 25, 4124 Birney Lane, Apt. 128, Moosic, 140 days to 23 months in county prison, time served, and one year probation for possession with intent to deliver a drug and criminal use of a communication facility.
-âDavid Allen Marr, 27, 19 Honor Park, Moosic, nine months' probation for simple assault.
-âNancy Leah Walsh, 53, 2424 N. Washington Ave., Scranton, 18 months' probation for theft by unlawful taking.
-âJoseph George Piccuirro, 23, 727 Main St., Dickson City, nine months' probation and three months' house arrest for possession of small amount of marijuana and drug paraphernalia.
-âVictor E. Martinez, 34, 339 Foster St., Scranton, three months' house arrest and 21 months' intermediate punishment program for retail theft.
-âJeremy G. Lamberti, 22, 505 S. Main St., Taylor, three months' house arrest and 21 months' intermediate punishment program for simple assault.
-âKianne Gervasi, 27, 1438 Church Ave., Scranton, three months' house arrest and 15 months' intermediate punishment program for theft.
-âJill Judge, 48, 333 Wheeler Ave., Scranton, 1-3 years' state prison and four years' probation for flight to avoid apprehension and receiving stolen property.
-âCharles F. Colavito, 52, 131 Susquehanna Ave., Olyphant, six months' county prison for contempt violation of the domestic relations code.
-âKeith Morgan, 50, 1701 Linden St., Scranton, 90 days to one year in county prison for simple assault.
-âClaudia M. Riecke, 35, 1020 Roche Court, Scranton, three months' house arrest and nine months' intermediate punishment program for possession of drug paraphernalia.
Troy man involved in DUI crash
Michael Martin Kobbe, 19, of Troy was driving a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol when he lost control, resulting in a one-vehicle rollover crash, police said.
There was a one-year-old infant in the vehicle at the time of the crash, state police at Towanda said.
The accident occurred at 9:10 a.m. on May 10 on state Route 514 in Granville Township, according to a press release that was issued by the state police on Saturday.
The press release did not say if Kobbe or the baby were injured.
Vandalism occurs in Wysox Twp.
Someone intentionally damaged a steel door at Monro Muffler Brake & Service on U.S. Route 6 in Wysox Township, police said.
This case of criminal mischief occurred sometime between 8 p.m. on May 6 and 7:15 a.m. on May 7, state police at Towanda said.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the state police at Towanda at (570) 265-2186 or 800-4-PA-TIPS.
Pills stolen in New Albany
Someone stole a bottle of prescription pills from a vehicle that was parked on Front Street in New Albany Borough, police said.
The vehicle is owned by a 25-year-old man, police said.
The theft occurred sometime between 11 p.m. on May 5 and noon on May 6, state police at Towanda said.
The following information was provided by the Hopewell Police Department.
- Assault-Aggravated: At 4:32 p.m., May 21, police responded to the 100 blk of S 15th Ave for a reported assault. During argument, known offender stabbed victim and was arrested.
- Burglary/Breaking And Entering/Outbuilding/Garage: At 4 p.m., May 21, police responded to the 2300 blk of Courthouse Rd for a reported larceny. Unknown offender entered locked shed and stole generator, lawn mowers and weed eaters.
- Burglary/Breaking And Entering/Residential: At 11:10 p.m., May 20, police responded to the 1000 blk of North Ave for a reported burglary. Unknown offender entered residence by breaking window and stole game system, cash and jewelry.
- Burglary/Breaking And Entering/Residential: At 11 a.m., May 24, police responded to the 200 blk of Pleasant Dr for a reported burglary. Unknown offender forced entry to residence by kicking front door and stole jewelry.
- Drug/Narcotic Violation: At 10:38 p.m., May 02, police made contact with an occupied vehicle in the 1100 blk of Pecan Ave. Driver was found to be in possession of narcotics and was arrested.
- Kidnapping/Abduction: At 6:45 p.m., May 24, police responded to the 100 blk of n mesa dr for a reported kidnapping that occurred in the 3000 blk of Oaklawn Blvd. Known offender entered vehicle, forced the driver to a surrounding jurisdiction, fled the vehicle and was later arrested.
- Larceny/Theft Of Motor Vehicle Parts/Accessories: At 6 p.m., May 25, police responded to the 2200 blk Richmond St for a reported larceny. Unknown offender stole two vehicle license plates.
- Larceny/Theft Of Motor Vehicle Parts/Accessories: At 6 p.m., May 25, police responded to the 2300 blk Danville St for a reported larceny. Unknown offender stole vehicle license plate.
- Larceny/Theft Of Motor Vehicle Parts/Accessories: At 11 a.m., May 26 police responded to the 2500 blk of Danville St for a reported larceny. Unknown offender stole vehicle license plate.
- Larceny-All Other Larceny: At 12:05 a.m., May 22, police responded to the 2300 blk of Dublin St for a reported larceny. Unknown offender stole unsecured bicycle from residential yard.
- Larceny-All Other Larceny: At 12:49 p.m., May 22, police responded to the 5200 blk of Plaza Dr for a reported larceny. Unknown offender stole manhole cover.
- Larceny-All Other Larceny: At 11:35 a.m., May 25, police responded to the 200 blk of S 12th Ave for a reported larceny. Unknown offender stole an unsecured bicycle from a residential porch.
- Larceny-All Other Larceny: At 8:25 p.m., May 26, police responded to the 300 blk of E Broadway for a reported larceny. Unknown offender stole cell phone from business.
- Larceny-Theft From Building: At 8 a.m., May 22, police responded to the 1900 blk of Warren Ave for a reported larceny. Unknown offender stole firearm from residence.
- Larceny-Theft From Building: At 11 a.m., May 26, police responded to the 700 blk of W Randolph Rd for a reported larceny. Known offender stole a television from business.
-Larceny-Theft From Motor Vehicle: At 9:58, May 02, police responded to the 3700 blk of Oaklawn Blvd for a reported larceny. Unknown offender stole a briefcase containing cash from a locked vehicle.
- Larceny-Theft From Motor Vehicle: At 8:30 p.m., May 21, police responded to headquarters for a reported larceny that occurred in the 200 blk of S 17th Ave. Unknown offender stole purse containing credit cards, id cards, gps and dvd player from unlocked vehicle.
- Larceny-Theft From Motor Vehicle: At 1:02 p.m., May 24, police responded to headquarters for a reported larceny that occurred in the 3700 blk of Burnham Dr. Unknown offender stole prescription medication, cash and cigarettes from unsecured vehicle.
- Robbery/Individual: At 1:20 a.m., May 26, police responded to the 3900 blk of Oaklawn Blvd for a reported robbery. Unknown offenders assaulted victim with hands and feet and robbed victim of wallet and cell phone.
- Vandalism/Damage/Destruction Of Property: At 12:15 a.m., May 20, police responded to the 600 blk of E Poythress St for a reported vandalism. Unknown offender damaged vehicle windshield.
- Vandalism/Damage/Destruction Of Property: At 11 p.m., May 22, police responded to the 3900 blk of Yokshire Plc for a reported vandalism. Unknown offender broke residential door window.
- Vandalism/Damage/Destruction Of Property: At 12 p.m., May 23, police responded to the 2200 blk of Grant St for a reported vandalism. Unknown offender broke residential window with a bb.
- Vandalism/Damage/Destruction Of Property: At 10 p.m., May 24, police responded to the 3500 blk of W Broadway for a reported vandalism. Unknown offender scratched vehicle.
- Vandalism/Damage/Destruction Of Property: At 4:25 a.m., May 25, police responded to the 900 blk of Pine Ave for a reported burglary. Known offender broke residential window, fled the area, refused to stop for police and was arrested.
- Vandalism/Damage/Destruction Of Property: At 4:15 a.m., May 26, police responded to the 1000 blk of Smithfield Ave in reference to shots fired. Unknown offender fired shots at an occupied residence. No one hurt.
- Vandalism/Damage/Destruction Of Property: at 4:58 a.m., May 26, police responded to the 300 blk of Appomattox St in reference to shots fired. Unknown offender fired shots at an occupied residence. No one hurt.
- Vandalism/Damage/Destruction Of Property: At 10:10 p.m., May 26, police responded to the 3900 blk of Courthouse Rd for a reported vandalism. Unknown offender dented vehicle.
- Vandalism/Damage/Destruction Of Property: At 1:30 p.m., May 26, police responded to the 200 blk of N 12th Ave for a reported vandalism. Known offender broke vehicle door handle.
- Weapon Law Offenses: At 6:10 a.m., May 22, police responded to the 300 blk of Davison Ave in reference to a gun shot wound. Victim was wounded following the discharge of a weapon.
The following were sentenced in Pike County by President Judge Joseph F. Kameen:
-âNichole Holcomb, 33, Greentown, 2-23Â½ months' county prison, $1,000 fine and 12 months' driver's license suspension for DUI on Sept. 10 in Greene Twp.
-âJeanne Rice, 50, East Stroudsburg, 48 hours to six months in county prison, $600 fine and 12 months' driver's license suspension for DUI on Aug. 12 in Lehman Twp.
-âWaylon Fox, 38, Carbondale, 1-12 months' county prison and $250 fine for harassment between Aug. 27 and Sept. 1 in Lackawaxen Twp.
-âRenee Reinhardt, 44, Milford, 12 months' probation and $300 fine for receiving stolen property Nov. 8 in Matamoras.
-âDaniel Depolito, 27, Milford, 20 days to six months in county prison, $1,200 fine and 24 months' driver's license suspension for DUI on July 21 in Dingman Twp.
-âJonathan Tabarani, 20, of Allentown, 2-23 months' county prison and $500 fine for theft by deception and receiving stolen property on July 19.
-âStephen Glatz, 19, of Greentown, 38 months to eight years in state prison and $1,200 fine for criminal conspiracy to commit robbery July 29 and Aug. 5 in Greene Twp. and possession with intent to use drug paraphernalia on Aug. 6.
-âAndrew Loggia, 39, New York, N.Y., five years' intermediate punishment with 30 days' incarceration and 90 days' house arrest, $2,500 fine and 18 months' driver's license suspension for DUI on Sept. 2 in Lehman Twp.
-âBlazej Szczesnik, 29, Shohola, 11Â½-23Â½ months in county prison and $800 fine for criminal conspiracy to commit burglary Oct. 30, 2010, in Westfall Twp.
-âKeith Woegens, 30, Milford, seven days to seven months in county prison, $300 fine and six months' driver's license suspension for possession of small amount of marijuana Aug. 29 in Dingman Twp.
The following were sentenced in Wayne County Court by PresiÂdent Judge Raymond L. Hamill:
-âJeffery P. Belknap, 36, Madison Twp., 12 months' probation, $100 fine, $1,155 in restitution, 75 hours' community service and drug and alcohol evaluation for theft by unlawful taking and criminal mischief on May 27 in Lehigh Twp.
-âLucia Dobromirescu, 29, Hancock, N.Y., 12 months' probation, 50 hours' community service and drug and alcohol evaluation for possession of controlled substance and two counts of possession of drug paraphernalia Nov. 2 and Nov. 5 in Waymart.
-âJesse Michael Dunhom, 18, Waymart, 18 months' probation, $100 fine, 100 hours of community service, $250 for DNA sample and drug and alcohol evaluation from criminal trespass.
-âKirk Joshua Eckel, 23, Honesdale, 4-23Â½ months in county prison and drug and alcohol evaluation for possession of controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia Sept. 24 in Lake Twp.
-âFrank Patrick Mills, 53, Lake Ariel, 15-60 months in state prison and $250 for DNA sample for delivery of controlled substance Nov. 23, 2011, in Lake Twp.
-âSarah June Novatnak, 28, Hazelton, 24 months' probation and $8,897.60 in restitution for criminal trespass and criminal mischief June 5 in Hawley.
-âJoseph Louis Politi, 44, East Hanover, N.J., 72 hours to six months in county prison, $1,000 fine, 50 hours' community service, drug and alcohol evaluation and alcohol highway safety program for two counts of DUI and driving on roads laned for traffic on July 16 in Preston Twp.
-âThomas Richard Rankin Jr., 37, Hawley, $500 fine for distributing small amount of marijuana between Aug. 1, 2011, and Feb. 4, 2012, in Paupack Twp.
Man throws knife at father
Michael J. Labor, 23, of Towanda has been charged with two counts of aggravated assault, reckless endangerment, terroristic threats, resisting arrest and possession of drug paraphernalia resulting from a May 15 incident at 329 Pine St. in Towanda.
According to police, Labor threw a sharpened metal filet knife at his father during a domestic dispute. When police arrived at the location, Labor dropped the knife he had when ordered and began to snort prescription medication through a straw before being arrested.
Labor was arraigned before Magisterial Judge Timothy Clark and incarcerated on $25,000 bail.
Susan Miedaner, Susan Miedaner Erdman and Daniel R. Erdman to Danielle A. Alexander for $97,400; Nescopeck.
Presidential Land Co. LTD to John E. Stefanski and Linda M. Stefanski for $412,000; Rice Township.
Joan Lipka Irrevocable Income Only Grantor Trust and David R. Lipka (trustee) to Sharon Mikula for $126,000; Union Township.
John G. Quinn to Burton W. Rentmeister and Karen R. Belair for $125,000; Butler Township.
Joseph J. Brazil to Michael McAndrew and Kate Louise Murtaugh for $280,000; Duryea.
Jacqueline Sheehan to Kevin C. Blizzard and Raymond Harger for $102,500; Dallas Township.
Bradley A. Mott Irrevocable Grantor Trust and Eric J. Mott (trustee) to John W. Metcalf III and Deborah A. Metcalf for $70,000; Huntington Township.
United Hebrew Institute to NGO Realty LLC for $475,000; Kingston.
Ruth E. Rickert, Ruth E. Tutko and Brandon L. Tutko to Dean Winder for $130,000; Butler Township.
Betone Realty Co. Inc. to Theresa A. Hahn for $88,000; Laflin.
Frank J. Yenalevitch and Nancy M. Yenalevitch to Arrow One Properties LLC for $83,500; Edwardsville.
Irene Diakiw to Kimberly Bowers and Joseph Bowers for $140,000; Wright Township.
Kelly Ortiz v. Salvador Ortiz II.
Marilyn Begley v. Joseph Begley.
Tibor Toth v. Tamira Toth.
Helen Dingle v. Keith Dingle.
William Goldsmith v. Michelle Goldsmith.
Allan Lucarino v. Leah Lucarino.
Duane Craig Jr. v. Melissa Craig.
The following information was provided by the Prince George County Police Department.
- Police responded to the 1600 block of Baxter Road on May 18 for a report of destruction of property.
- Police responded to the 19900 block of S. Crater Road on May 18 for a report of threatening bodily harm.
- Police responded to the 3800 block of Puddledock Road on May 18 for a report of a larceny.
- Police responded to the 5300 block of Bickings Lane on May 19 for a report of a larceny.
- Police responded to the 400 block of Falcon Street on May 19 for a report of an assault.
- Police responded to the 6300 block of Courthouse Road on May 21 for a report of break and enter and destruction of property.
- Police responded to the 1900 block of Birdsong Road on May 21 for a report of a larceny.
- Police responded to the 10600 block of County Drive on May 22 for a report of hit and run.
- Police responded to the 6600 block of Courts Drive on May 22 for a report of destruction of property.
- Police responded to the 6900 block of Birchett Drive on May 22 for a report of an assault.
- Police responded to the 11300 block of Merchants Hope Road on May 22 for a report of a larceny.
- Police responded to the 1900 block of Coggins Point Road on May 22 for a report of a larceny.
- Police responded to the 13000 block of Gravelbrook Road on May 22 for a report of break and enter.
- Police responded to the 10300 block of Lamore Drive on May 22 for a report of a DUI.
- Police responded to the 1000 block of River Road on May 24 for a report of motor vehicle theft.
- Police responded to the 1000 block of River Road on May 24 for a report of a larceny from a vehicle.
- Police responded to the 3700 block of Elk Stone Parkway on May 24 for a report of a larceny.
- Police responded to the 6300 block of Commons Court on May 25 for a report of break and enter.
- Police responded to the 20800 block of Horseshoe Road on May 25 for a report of break and enter and destruction of property.
- Police responded to the 8700 block of Centennial Road on May 26 for a report of family offense, non-violent.
- Police responded to the 200 block of Wren Street on May 26 for a report of an assault.
- Police responded to the 5800 block of Spencer Lane on May 26 for a report of unlawful possession of alcohol.
- Police responded to the 4800 block of Baileys Ridge Lane on May 26 for a report of break and enter.
- Police responded to the 18800 block of Lebanon Road on May 26 for a report of break and enter.
- Police responded to the 11900 block of S. Crater Road on May 26 for a report of a drug offense.
- Police responded to the 9600 block of Cedar Lane on May 26 for a report of an assault.
- Information is provided by police and sheriff's departments. This information may or may not be all inclusive. Arrests include summons. Arrests do not imply guilt.
Jason Clair Brown and Lindsay Jane Foltz.
Kenneth F. Brown III and Jacqueline Slater.
Daniel Merrick and Sherilyn Lobinski.
Timothy M. Viti and Andrea Jane Kaminski.
Dennis P. Ganc Jr. and Theresa M. Krapf.
Christopher Sheperis and Tashare Elizabeth Teart.
Chester J. Paluch Jr. and Janice K. Petriga.
Jason Alan Bewick and Bonnie Jean Elizabeth Kerin.
Stephen Joseph Keresters III and Mary Crater.
Eric George and Melissa Santiago.
Judson James Spencer Jr. and Brandy Lee Feichter.
Daniel Robert Hohal and Bonnie Lillo.
Peter Melnyk Jr. and Amanda Theresa Shaffer.
John Nackley and Michelle Burrell.
Vito Vincent Malacari and Lauren Gabrielle Klug.
Joseph Anthony Furr and Amber Rose Simone.
William Stewart and Patti Rae Collins.
Shawn Patrick Foy and Nicole Marie Kosakowski.
Jeffrey Michael Naperski and Amanda Marie Brodhead.
Nicholas Andrew Sommons and Cara Hoffman.
James Ready and Amanda Kraynak.
William J. Milz III and Joella Aleah.