The next defendants waived their proper to a preliminary listening to in central courtroom on Wednesday:
Lewis R. Albaladejo, 28, of New Bloomfield, on Aug. 8 was charged with felony trespass. State police mentioned Albaladejo had allegedly been residing at an shuttered motel, 4517 Enterprise 220, for a few month this summer season. Police had been dispatched there about 6 p.m. Aug. 7 and located him outdoors the constructing. Albaladejo informed troopers he was staying in room 146 and that he didn’t discover the posted no trespassing indicators. Police discovered Albaladejo’s belongings within the room. Bail was set at 10% of $25,000.
Daniel L. Barton, 41, of Everett, on July 22 was charged with possession of a managed substance, contraband by inmate. The Pennsylvania Workplace of the Legal professional Normal mentioned suboxone was present in Barton’s property on the Bedford County Correctional Facility on June 2. Barton, in a letter addressed to a girl that was obtained by jail employees, admitted the suboxone was his and wrote he had the drug on his individual that the jail employees was unable to search out, paperwork mentioned. Bail was set at $50,000 straight.
Ryan L. Braman, 39, of Bedford, on June 18 was charged with DUI. State police mentioned a automobile pushed by Braman was stopped alongside Enterprise 220 in Bedford Township about 11 p.m. Could 10. Police detected an odor of alcohol coming from the automobile in the course of the cease and Braman reported he had a beer in Altoona earlier, paperwork mentioned. Police mentioned Braman confirmed indicators of impairment throughout area sobriety assessments and he was taken to UPMC Bedford for a blood check. Lab outcomes present he had a blood alcohol content material of .191%. Bail was set at $2,000 unsecured.
Edgar L. Decker Jr., 57, of New Paris, on June 14 was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia and disorderly conduct. The Bedford Police Division mentioned Decker was present in possession of a syringe and a teaspoon with burn marks throughout an incident June 10 in Fort Bedford Park. Bail was set at $2,500 unsecured.
Travis Okay. Feathers, 38, of Roaring Spring, on April 2 was charged with housebreaking, felony trespass and easy assault. State police mentioned Feathers allegedly broke into the house of his estranged spouse in King Township between 2 and three:30 a.m. April 1 and began a struggle with one other man. Krista Feathers informed police that she requested Derek Miller to remain at her home as a consequence of textual content messages she had obtained from Travis Feathers. Miller was sleeping on the sofa when Travis Feathers allegedly entered the room by kicking the door. It was reported Travis Feathers tried to punch Miller, however Miller blocked the punch along with his forearm and took the defendant to the bottom. Feathers allegedly obtained up and began strolling towards his estranged spouse aggressively earlier than Miller eliminated him from the house, paperwork mentioned. Bail was set and posted at 10% of $40,000.
Derek L. McDonald, 58, of Imler, on July 16 was charged with corruption of minors, indecent assault of an individual beneath 16 and furnishing liquor to a minor. State police mentioned McDonald allegedly inappropriately touched a juvenile boy’s butt for a time frame and made sexual jokes about him. The teenager reported the incident to police in June. Police interviewed McDonald in July, at which period he informed investigators he was a only a jovial one who likes to have enjoyable with folks at his home. One of many incidents allegedly occurred throughout a Memorial Day celebration, the place he allegedly supplied the juvenile with alcohol. McDonald later admitted to having a sexual attraction to the boy in the course of the interview, police mentioned. Bail was set at $50,000 unsecured.
Justin Okay. Suffecool, 42, of Schellsburg, on March 4 was charged with DUI. State police mentioned Suffecool crashed a automobile close to 5327 Allegheny Street, Harrison Township, about 7:15 p.m. Feb. 20. Suffecool informed police on the scene he swerved to overlook a deer. Police mentioned he confirmed indicators of impairment on the scene and through subsequent area sobriety assessments. He was taken to UPMC Bedford, the place he refused a blood check. Bail was set at $10,000 unsecured.
Patrick G. Tomlinson, 26, of Breezewood, on Aug. 7 was charged with aggravated assault, easy assault, recklessly endangering one other individual and felony mischief and Treyanne L. Tomlinson, 24, was charged with obstructing the administration of regulation and resisting arrest. A state police trooper was dispatched to 187 Secrest Park Street, East Windfall Township, about 6 p.m. Aug. 6 on a report that Tomlinson had kicked his neighbor’s door. After talking with the neighbor, the trooper went to Tomlinson’s dwelling and Tomlinson allegedly started yelling profanities at him, paperwork mentioned. After being informed he could be charged with felony mischief for the injury to the neighbor’s door, Tomlinson allegedly informed the trooper he was going to get “actual prices” and began strolling again to the neighbor’s dwelling, paperwork mentioned. The trooper ordered Tomlinson to not return to the house and informed him he could be Tasered if he didn’t adjust to the order. Tomlinson allegedly informed police “go forward and tase me then,” and shoved the trooper after he put his fingers on his shoulder, paperwork mentioned. A battle ensued and lasted for about 12 minutes earlier than an extra police unit arrived. Through the altercation, Tomlinson’s spouse, Treyanne L. Tomlinson allegedly screamed profanities and didn’t adjust to orders to again away, paperwork mentioned. She additionally allegedly put her fingers on the trooper and tried to push him. As soon as extra troopers arrived on scene Treyanne Tomlinson allegedly resisted arrest. Patrick Tomlinson had bail set at $25,000 straight and Treyanne Tomlinson had bail set at $50,000 unsecured.
Derrick L. Weaver, 21, of Osterburg, on April 26 was charged with corruption of minors. State police mentioned Weaver allegedly despatched sexual messages and pictures to an underage woman on Snapchat in July 2020. When questioned, Weaver informed police he knew the woman by means of church and her sister, paperwork mentioned. Weaver allegedly informed the woman that he would maintain a sexual relationship a secret as a result of he was engaged, paperwork mentioned. He denied saving the pictures and his cellphone was allegedly destroyed in an argument along with his ex-fiancee after his messages with the woman grew to become identified, police mentioned. Bail was set at $25,000 unsecured.