A visitors cease at Grafius and Market streets about midday on Feb. 15 resulted within the arrest and incarceration of Beatriz Robles, 33, of Philadelphia, on drug expenses, in keeping with metropolis police.
Robles was a passenger in a automobile that was stopped as a result of its registration had expired, police stated, including that via their investigation, they discovered that she had allegedly offered two baggies of cocaine to a different girl.
After Robles was taken to police headquarters and positioned in a holding room, an officer noticed her make “a throwing movement and heard a bag hit the ground,” in keeping with an affidavit. The bag contained 84 grams of suspected cocaine. Whereas a feminine officer performed a strip search on her, extra cocaine and paraphernalia was discovered on her, police stated. Following her arraignment earlier than District Choose Aaron Biichle on expenses of possession with intent to ship a managed substance, supply of a managed substance, possession of a managed substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and tampering with proof. She stays jailed within the Lycoming County Jail in lieu of $95,000 bail. There was no info out there on whether or not the driving force was ever charged.
In one other case, whereas incarcerated for greater than a yr starting in April 2020, Thomas Martz permitted Cheryl Gallagher to remain in his residence and instructed her to make use of his Discovery bank card to withdraw funds that may be positioned in his commissary and phone accounts on the jail, in keeping with a county detective.
“That was to be the one function Gallagher was permitted to make use of the cardboard,” the detective stated in an affidavit.
Nevertheless, throughout Martz’s 15 months in jail, the 54-year-old metropolis girl used the bank card illegally 224 occasions, racking up $8,700 in expenses that she was not licensed to make, investigators alleged within the court docket doc.
Gallagher, of 1422 Elmira St., additionally had entry to Martz’ Amazon account through which she allegedly made $539 value of unauthorized purchases, it was alleged in court docket papers. Investigators stated Martz was capable of make the purchases after she put her identify on each the Discovery card and the Amazon account with out Martz’s permission.
Gallagher has been arraigned earlier than District Choose Aaron Biichle on felony expenses of entry machine fraud, theft, theft by deception and identification theft. She is free on $15,000 bail.
In one other case, Genice Wanda Glasper, 21, of 2500 Federal Ave., has been charged by metropolis police with false reviews to legislation enforcement, unlawful sale or switch of a firearm and making unsworn falsification to authorities after she made an unlawful gun buy at Nationwide Vary and Armory, 531 Washington Blvd, on Feb. 9, in keeping with an affidavit.
It’s alleged that she purchased the gun not for herself, however for a 20-year-old male, which is illegitimate, police stated, including that she crammed out paperwork claiming she was the proprietor of the gun when actually that was not true. She additionally initially reported that after shopping for the gun, the identical male stole it from her, however that turned out to be bogus, police stated. She is free on $50,000 bail on this case.
In one other case, Kimberly Lowe, 44, of 1551 Scott St., has been charged with misdemeanor shoplifting and receiving stolen property for allegedly fleeing Sheetz, 330 Westminster Drive, with $10 value of merchandise on Nov. 24, court docket data said. She stays jailed in lieu of $500 bail. This was her second shoplifting arrest, police stated.
On the identical retailer, Stacy Jo Clees, 36, of Linden, has been charged with the identical offenses after she fled the identical Sheetz retailer with $8 value of merchandise on Oct. 8, state police alleged. This additionally was her second shoplifting arrest. She is free on $10,000 bail.
Roberta McPeak, 53, of 400 Lycoming St., residence 206, has been charged with theft and receiving stolen property for allegedly stealing one other tenant’s bundle that had been delivered to the constructing’s foyer on Nov. 9, metropolis police stated. She is free on bail after waiving her preliminary listening to. The bundle belonged to Kelly Leiter, police stated.
In one other case, Tina Marie Brown, 50, of 3731 Lycoming Creek Street, has been charged with theft and receiving stolen property for allegedly stealing a feminine juvenile’s pockets that had unintentionally been left on the highest of a parked automotive within the 600 block of Inexperienced Avenue about 5:30 p.m. on Sept. 9, metropolis police stated. A witness was instrumental in main police to Brown because the alleged thief, in keeping with an affidavit. Brown has since waived her preliminary listening to.
In one other case, Sandra Lea Barrett, 59, of 5720 Route 87, lot 12, Montoursville, has been charged with theft of misplaced property and receiving stolen property after allegedly taking Melissa Heverly’s cellphone after Heverly briefly left it on a bin at Billtown Binz, 433 Hepburn St., on the morning of Dec.18, court docket data said.
“It was nicer than my cellphone so I took it,” Barrett instructed police shortly after the cellphone was recovered at her house, in keeping with court docket data. She has since waived her preliminary listening to and is free on bail.
In one other case, Taynary L Walters, 45, of 113 N. Lincoln Ave., Jersey Shore, has been charged by state police with making unsworn falsification to authorities for allegedly placing down false info on a firearm transaction type when she bought at Troxell’s, 2715 Lycoming Creek Street, again in early November, 2020. She is free on $5,000 bail after waiving her preliminary listening to.
In one other case, motorist Danielle D. Reeves, 39, of 743 W. Edwin St., residence 26, was charged with DUI following a crash at Little League Boulevard and Hepburn Avenue about 11:30 p.m. on Aug. 8, metropolis police stated.
Though the investigating officer smelled alcohol on her breath, Reeves at first said she had not been ingesting, however then modified her story, saying she had consumed three alcoholic drinks, police stated. Reeves, who refused to offer a blood pattern, is free on bail after waiving her preliminary listening to. A passenger in her 2021 Nissan Altima was injured within the crash, police stated.
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