Athens retail theft
Jessica Parker, 32, of Elmira is facing charges of misdemeanor retail theft — take merchandise in the second degree and misdemeanor receiving stolen property in the second degree following an incident at Walmart in Athens on June 28.
According to the affidavit of probable cause, Athens Township police were dispatched to the store and an Asset Protection Associate accused Parker of stealing a music CD. Parker was seen on camera putting the CD under her purse so as to not be seen before leaving the store. The Athens Township police confronted Parker outside the store and found her in the possession of the CD.
Parker has a preliminary hearing on Aug. 13 with Magisterial District Judge Larry Hurley.
Troy fugitive from justice
The Chemung County Sheriff’s Office announced on Friday the arrest of David Terel, 44, Troy as a fugitive from justice.
Terrel, an inmate in the Chemung County Jail on unrelated charges, was wanted by the Bradford County Sheriff’s Office for failing to appear on an original charge of burglary.
Terrel was arraigned on a fugitive of justice charge and remanded back to the Chemung County Jail awaiting extradition back to Pennsylvania.
Barton child endangerment
Roxanne I. Williams, 24, of Waverly is facing charges for endangering the welfare of a child and harassment from an investigation of an incident that occurred in Barton on June 29.
According to the Tioga County Sheriff’s Office, Williams was arraigned before Judge Joseph Fravel, Town of Barton Court. Williams is scheduled to reappear before Judge Fravel at a later date.
Richard R. Elia Jr., 37, of Waverly was detained on July 3 for conspiracy in the sixth degree and Kimberly Gates, 34, of Waverly was detained for petit larceny on July 3.
According to the Tioga County Sheriff’s Office, the charge resulted from a larceny complaint on North Main Street in Spencer. Elia and Gates were issued an appearance ticket to appear before Judge David Homrighouse on July 18.