Court Report | June 23

June 22, 2014 

District Judge Allen Sinclair presided over Central Court at the Centre County Courthouse in Bellefonte on Wednesday.

• The following defendants waived their preliminary hearings, allowing their cases to move toward trial:

Michael Arthur, 20, State College, possession of a controlled substance, possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia, all misdemeanors: Gary E. Brown, 62, Bellefonte, misdemeanor driving under the influence and two summary offenses; Terry A. Cook, 58, Philipsburg, felony aggravated assault, misdemeanor counts of terroristic threats, simple assault and reckless endangerment, and one summary offense; Jeffrey Dougherty, 20, Landsdale, possession of a controlled substance, possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia, all misdemeanors; Ronald K. Glaspie, 33, State College, DUI and two summaries; Matthew A. Hall, 23, University Park, DUI, DUI 0.1-0.16 and one summary offense; Jonathan Harvey, 20, Philipsburg, false identification, possession of a controlled substance and drug paraphernalia, all misdemeanors; Jessica C. Henry, 27, Pleasant Gap, DUI and DUI over 0.16, both misdemeanors; Jaxen Herrington, 35, Philipsburg, DUI and DUI over 0.16, both misdemeanors, and three summaries; Keith Hiller, 41, Lake Ariel, five counts of endangering the welfare of children, DUI and DUI over 0.16, all misdemeanors, and one summary offense; Jeffrey J. Holland, 26, State College, misdemeanor simple assault and two summaries; Michael Hoy, 33, Bellefonte, misdemeanor simple assault; Gary Lee Jasper II, 37, Winburne, felony aggravated assault, disarming a law enforcement officer, no classification listed, misdemeanor counts of DUI, simple assault, reckless endangerment and resisting arrest, and three summaries; Calvin Johnson, 23, Warner Robins, Ga., possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia, both misdemeanors; Colman Kerner, 26, Southborough, Mass., DUI and DUI 0.1-0.16, both misdemeanors, and one summary; Brandon Koleno, 19, Port Matilda, misdemeanor simple assault and two summaries; Jeffrey Litz, 35, Renovo, misdemeanor theft by deception and two summaries; Evana Lodato, 22, Fort Salonga, N.Y., indecent exposure and disorderly conduct, both misdemeanors, and four summaries; Christopher Lohr, 19, Bellefonte, possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia, both misdemeanors, and one summary offense; Marykay Losch, 50, Bellefonte, misdemeanor bad checks; Jacob Lucas, 23, Bellefonte, DUI, DUI 0.1-0.16, DUI 0.08-0.1, all misdemeanors, and two summaries; George McConnell Jr., 53, Bellefonte, DUI and DUI 0.08-0.1, both misdemeanors, and five summaries; Nicholas Miller, 21, McDonald, misdemeanor false alarms, and unclassified counts of tampering with fire apparatus and criminal mischief; Nicholas Minotti, 28, Centre Hall, misdemeanor simple assault and one summary offense; Erin Oleary-Rallis, 46, Centre Hall, misdemeanor bad checks; Patricia Pap, 47, Bellefonte, DUI, DUI 0.08-0.1 and DUI 0.1-0.16, all misdemeanors, and one summary; Brandon Parker, 23, Beech Creek, DUI and DUI over 0.16, both misdemeanors, and four summaries; Luis Payano, 21, Hazleton, three counts of DUI-controlled substance; William Ripka, 28, State College, two counts DUI-controlled substance, both misdemeanors, and four summaries; Paul Sepich, 18, State College, smelling/inhaling toxic substances and drug paraphernalia, both misdemeanors, and one summary; Tucker Sigel, 20, State College, possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia, both misdemeanors; Melissa Stamus, 46, Port Matilda, felony burglary and criminal trespass and misdemeanor drug paraphernalia, trespass and theft by unlawful taking; Ariardys Taveras, 19, Hazleton, DUI, DUI 0.1-0.16 and DUI minor, all misdemeanors, and one summary; Derrick Thomas, 20, Pittsburgh, DUI, DUI over 0.16 and DUI minor, all misdemeanors, and two summaries; Dylan Tressler, 19, Rebersburg, possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia, both misdemeanors; Jeremy Trump, 18, Bellefonte, misdemeanor possession of a weapon on school property, and a separate case of theft by unlawful taking and receiving stolen property, both misdemeanors; Brandon Wilkinson, 18, Hawk Run, felony burglary and criminal trespass, misdemeanor theft by unlawful taking and one summary; Bradley Zanette, 18, Hazleton, possession of drug paraphernalia and marijuana, both misdemeanors, and one summary; William Tomlinson, 20, Painted Post, N.Y., three felony counts of manufacture/delivery or possession with intent, one misdemeanor count of manufacture/delivery or possession with intent; Steven Brown, 23, Hartstown, possession of a controlled substance and drug paraphernalia, both misdemeanors.

• The following people had their cases continued until a later date:

Bryant Clontz, 26, Bellefonte, DUI and DUI over 0.16, both misdemeanors, and one summary; James Decker, 20, State College, possession of marijuana and three counts of drug paraphernalia, all misdemeanors; Tyler Martz, 27, Bellefonte, DUI and DUI over 0.16, both misdemeanors, and one summary; Raymond Middaugh, 48, Centre Hall, misdemeanor DUI and four summaries; Rebecca Mills, 21, Medford, N.J., DUI and DUI over 0.16, both misdemeanors, and one summary; John W. Sankey Jr., 37, Port Matilda, DUI and DUI over 0.16, both misdemeanors; John C. Walsh, 18, Mechanicsburg, misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia and marijuana; Alonnah Washington, 21, Philadelphia, misdemeanor DUI and DUI minor and three summaries; Christian Woods, 22, Pittsburgh, felony burglary and criminal trespass, and misdemeanor theft by unlawful taking, loitering and prowling and criminal mischief, and in a separate case, four counts of manufacture/delivery or possession with intent and two counts of criminal use of a communication facility, all felonies, and two misdemeanor counts of possession of a controlled substance.

• The following people were bound over for trial after hearings:

Carl P. Hamberger, 37, Philipsburg, misdemeanor simple assault and one summary; Christopher Wayavong, 25, Lewistown, possession of marijuana.

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