Wysox car theft
Gordon Crawford, 27, of Wysox is facing charges of felony theft by unlawful taking — moveable property in the second degree and felony receiving stolen property in the second degree following an incident in Wysox on April 15.
According to the affidavit of probable cause, Pennsylvania State Police received a report from a caller stating that Crawford had arrived at her home with a dark colored Jeep that she believed he stole from a dealership in Wysox. Crawford is accused of asking the caller for gas money because he was going to New York City. The vehicle was reported missing by a dealership and a PennDOT worker stated that he saw the stolen Jeep drive into the wooded area next to Hornbrook Trailer Court. The jeep was found stuck in the woods with the key inside and Crawford was seen walking away from the area on Hornbrook Road, according to the affidavit.
Crawford is in the Bradford County Correctional Facility on $20,000 bail and has a preliminary hearing on May 7 with Magisterial District Judge Fred Wheaton.
Monroeton criminal mischief
Daniel Heeman, 36, of Canton is facing a charge of misdemeanor criminal mischief in the third degree following an incident on Canton Street in Monroeton on March 24 and March 27.
According to the affidavit of probable cause, Pennsylvania State Police received a report that a victim’s vehicle had both driver’s side tires flattened and the front window broken on March 24 and a trooper began an investigation. On March 27, the victim heard a loud crash and a loud vehicle speed off when he noticed more damage to his vehicle. The vehicle had been dented and scratched by a brick. The victim’s daughter received messages from Heeman stating, “That’s just a fraction of what’s to come,” according to the affidavit.
Heeman has a preliminary hearing on May 22 with Magisterial District Judge Todd Carr.
Ashley Larrabee, 21, of Towanda is facing DUI and fleeing officer related charges following an incident on Main Street in Towanda on April 13.
According to the affidavit of probable cause, a Pennsylvania state trooper ran a registration check on the vehicle Larrabee was driving on Main Street and found that the plate was not current and belonged on a different vehicle. Larrabee is accused of not stopping when the trooper activated their lights and siren. Larrabee went through several stop signs trying to avoid the trooper and eventually pulled into a driveway.
Larrabee told the trooper that she ran because the vehicle was illegal and related that smoked methamphetamine and marijuana according to the affidavit. Larrabee was taken for a blood draw at that time.
Larrabee is facing charges for felony fleeing or attempting to elude officer in the third degree, misdemeanor recklessly endangering another person in the third degree, misdemeanor DUI: controlled substance — impaired ability — first offense, three counts of summary violation duties at stop sign and other summary violations.
Larrabee is in the Bradford County Correctional Facility on $10,000 bail and has a preliminary hearing on April 24 with Magisterial District Judge Todd Carr.
New Albany simple assault
Jesse Clawges–Griffith, 27, of New Albany is facing simple assault related charges following an incident on Ash Alley in New Albany on April 7.
According to the affidavit of probable cause, Pennsylvania State Police were dispatched to an Ash Alley apartment building in regard to a disturbance. Clawges–Griffiths is accused of pushing a victim down the stairs of the building. The victim stated that she had been calling 911 for help due to Clawges–Griffith becoming enraged and angry at her while driving in Canton. Two tenants each acknowledged being witness to Clawges–Griffith pushing the victim down the stairs according to the affidavit.
Clawges–Griffith is facing charges of misdemeanor simple assault in the second degree, summary violation harassment and summary violation disorderly conduct.
Clawges–Griffith has a preliminary hearing on May 29 with Magisterial District Judge Todd Carr.
Sayre criminal trespass
Michael Firestine, 44, of Sayre is facing a charge of felony criminal trespass — enter structure in the third degree and a charge of arrest for violation of order following an incident on North Wilbur Avenue in Sayre on April 14.
According to the affidavit of probable cause, Firestine is accused of entering the home without permission and violating a P.F.A. by doing so.
Firestine has a preliminary hearing on April 23 with Magisterial District Judge Larry Hurley.
Asylum simple trespass
Tyler McCormick, 27, of Towanda is facing simple trespass related charges following an incident in Asylum Township on April 15, according to the Pennsylvania State Police. McCormick is accused of being instructed to leave the Ellis Hill Road residence by the victim, but refused to do so until the victim contacted the Pennsylvania State Police.
Keith Lampman, 64, of Sayre is facing a charge of harassment following an incident on Liberty Corners Road in Monroe on April 9. According to the Pennsylvania State Police report, Lampman grabbed the victim by the shirt and struck her in the face twice.