The next particular person is scheduled to seem earlier than District Decide Tiffany Cummings in Mansfield.
Justin David Auwarter, 28, of Mansfield; Matthew Alan Dillin, 28, of Mainesburg; Logan Quincy Adams, 21, of Covington; and Nicholas D. Wivell, 33, of Covington, had been all charged by Pennsylvania State Police with theft, housebreaking, prison trespass, prison mischief, recklessly endangering one other individual, false imprisonment, theft by illegal taking, receiving stolen property, easy assault and harassment. On April 11, Auwarter, Dillin, Adams and Wivell allegedly pushed their means into a house on Sundown Lane, Ward Township, and compelled the house’s 4 occupants to take a seat on the sofa for one to 2 hours. One sufferer was allegedly punched within the face twice. The 4 suspects allegedly took $245 mixed from the 4 sufferer’s wallets, broken the within of the home, knocked down an inside wall, minimize down a tree outdoors and stole a chainsaw, chains, chain binders, path digicam, a verify guide and flooring glue. Two of the suspects reportedly returned some objects to the house the later that day and had been taken into custody by police. Preliminary hearings had been scheduled for April 21.
Thomas Anthony Beechay, 51, of Bloomsburg, was charged by Pennsylvania State Police with DUI/unsafe driving, DUI/BAC over 0.16%, disregarding site visitors lanes, failure to maintain proper, driving with out insurance coverage, improper proper flip and careless driving. On Jan. 30, police noticed Beechay cross the middle line whereas driving in Blossburg borough. Beechay reportedly displayed indicators of intoxication and a breathalyzer resulted in 0.175% BAC. A preliminary listening to is scheduled for April 23.
Ashley Lynn Saxon, 27, of Canton, was charged by Pennsylvania State Police with hindering apprehension/prosecution, flight to keep away from apprehension, recklessly endangering one other individual and fraudulent use/removing of license plate. On April 13, Saxon and one other individual had been allegedly discovered sleeping in a automobile parked at a cemetery in Union Township. Police discovered the opposite individual was needed on three bench warrants. After police made contact with them, Saxon allegedly drove the automobile away at a excessive price of pace, however grew to become caught in a subject after about 20 yards. A preliminary listening to was scheduled for April 21.