Crime

Bellefonte man waives hearing in burglary case

Charges against a Bellefonte man accused of co-conspiring to burglarize Jack Houser Amusement in January were bound over Wednesday after Jason Moyer, 38, waived his right to a preliminary hearing.

Moyer was charged with eight new felonies on Friday — as an accomplice and conspirator for burglary, criminal trespassing, theft by unlawful taking of movable property and receiving stolen property.

Moyer is also charged with one summary count of criminal mischief after police say he and Jacob Snook stole $47,000 from Jack Houser Amusement in Bellefonte on Jan. 21.

Moyer’s case will now proceed to a pretrial conference.

His formal arraignment is scheduled for May 11.

He continues to be held at the Centre County Prison in lieu of $60,000 bail.

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