An Erie teenager charged as an grownup after metropolis police accused him of capturing up an occupied home on Erie’s west facet in September had his felony case dropped at his preliminary listening to on Wednesday.
The fees in opposition to James. E. Troop III, 17, had been dropped after victims within the case failed to look for the listening to, in keeping with Erie fifth Ward District Decide Paul Bizzarro.
Troop had confronted 23 fees, together with six first-degree felony counts of aggravated assault, within the capturing, which occurred on the morning of Sept. 24 within the 1200 block of West twenty first Avenue.
Erie police accused Troop of being the suspect who fired gunshots right into a home that was occupied by six individuals, together with a new child. Nobody was reported injured within the capturing.
Police wrote in Troop’s felony criticism that the capturing was reportedly a part of an ongoing feud.
In different current courtroom motion:
• An Erie man convicted of robbing one other man at gunpoint and assaulting the sufferer after hiding within the sufferer’s automobile in March 2020 was sentenced to serve to greater than 20 years in jail.
Erie County Decide John Trucilla sentenced 25-year-old Emire S. Rosendary on Dec. 13 to twenty years and 6 months to 52 years in jail after Rosendary was discovered responsible at trial in October to fees together with felony theft and aggravated assault.
Erie police accused Rosendary of robbing a person at gunpoint after hiding within the 31-year-old sufferer’s automobile on March 18, 2000. Investigators mentioned the sufferer crashed the automobile within the 1000 block off East twenty fifth Avenue and injured his leg earlier than Rosendary robbed him of money and ran off.
• Millcreek Township resident Joseph M. Arciuolo, 35, charged by Millcreek police within the theft of eight automobiles in areas of the township between Aug. 22 and Sept. 13, waived three felony fees to courtroom at his preliminary listening to on Tuesday.
Arciuolo waived to courtroom a second-degree felony rely of housebreaking and two third-degree felony counts of theft by illegal taking. Eleven different fees, together with two first-degree felony counts of housebreaking and 6 extra felony counts of theft, had been withdrawn on the listening to.
Millcreek police charged Arciuolo in October, accusing him of taking the automobiles from driveways and garages.
• Erie resident Marcus A. Clariett, 26, accused by Millcreek Township police of robbing a township tavern at gunpoint in November, waived an amended set of felony fees to courtroom at his preliminary listening to on Tuesday.
Clariett waived to courtroom two second-degree felony counts of theft, two first-degree misdemeanor counts of possession of a firearm prohibited, and a misdemeanor rely of driving beneath the affect. Clariett had initially confronted fees together with a first-degree felony rely of theft and 5 first-degree felony counts of aggravated assault.
Millcreek police accuse Clariett of getting into the Saucery, 2606 W, twenty sixth St., on Nov. 21 and robbing the tavern at gunpoint whereas sporting a clown masks. Investigators mentioned a tavern patron adopted the theft suspect after he fled, and police ultimately apprehended him after they mentioned Clariett crashed his automobile right into a tree and ran off.
• Millcreek Township resident Caleb J. Voelker, 18, charged by the Pennsylvania State Police in a March crash in Fairview Township that critically injured one other motorist, waived two felony fees to courtroom at his preliminary listening to on Thursday.
Voelker waived to courtroom a second-degree felony rely of aggravated assault by car whereas driving beneath the affect and a misdemeanor rely of DUI. 9 different fees had been withdrawn on the listening to, together with a felony rely of aggravated assault by car.
State police accuse Voelker of driving with THC in his system when his car collided with one other car on the intersection of West Ridge and Millfair roads on the afternoon of March 20. The feminine driver of the opposite car suffered severe inside accidents within the crash and suffered a stroke entire present process surgical procedure, state police reported in Voelker’s felony criticism.
• In federal courtroom, former Erie resident Chancelor A. Jordan, 37, was sentenced in U.S. District Courtroom in Erie on Dec. 13 to serve 10 years in jail following his conviction for violating federal drug legal guidelines.
Authorities charged that Jordon, on or about Feb. 4, 2020, possessed with intent to distribute greater than 30 grams of fentanyl. He was additionally accused of getting a 9 mm handgun.
Jordan was indicted in July 2020 and pleaded responsible to a cost within the case in August, in keeping with courtroom data.