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The following individuals recently faced court action before Magisterial District Judge Christopher Kalacinski.

Aaron McClain, 22, of Roulette, was scheduled for a preliminary hearing on Wednesday before MDJ Kalacinski, in connection to three felony charges filed against him, court documents indicate.

According to court documents, McClain was observed during a drug task force surveillance on Feb. 3 accepting $100 from a confidential informant in exchange for marijuana.

McClain was charged Feb. 3 with two counts manufacture/delivery/possession with intent to manufacture/deliver and one count criminal use of communication facility and MDJ Kalacinski set bail at $10,000 unsecured during a preliminary arraignment on Feb. 27, court documents state.

Jason Greiss, 38, of Ulysses, was denied bail and committed to Potter County Correctional Facility on March 2, after being charged with three felony counts, according to court documents.

Documents indicate that Greiss exchanged one gram of methamphetamines for $125 with a C.I., during a controlled buy on Nov. 9.

According to court documents, Greiss was charged with two counts manufacture/delivery/possession with intent to manufacture/deliver and one count criminal use of communication facility and refused to sign bail paperwork during a preliminary arraignment before MDJ Kalacinski on March 2. A preliminary hearing was scheduled before MDJ Kalacinski for March 11, court documents state.

Robert Hurd, 30, of Galeton, was committed to PCCF on Feb. 27, after being charged with two felony criminal counts, court documents state. According to court documents, Hurd gave a plastic baggie of methamphetamines to a C.I. in exchange for $100, during a controlled buy. Documents state that Hurd was charged with manufacture/delivery/possession with intent to manufacture/deliver and criminal use of communication facility on Feb. 26. Bail was set by MDJ Kalacinski at $50,000 during a preliminary arraignment on Feb. 27 and a preliminary hearing was scheduled for March 9, court documents indicate.

Nicholas Tubbs, 23, of Mills, was committed to PCCF on Feb. 26, after being charged with three felony counts, according to court documents.

Documents indicate that Tubbs provided a C.I. with one ounce of marijuanna for $40 during a controlled buy.

According to court documents, Tubbs was charged Feb. 3 with two counts manufacture/delivery/possession with intent to manufacture/deliver and one count criminal use of communication facility. MDJ Kalacinski set bail at $30,000 during a preliminary hearing on Feb. 26 and a preliminary hearing was scheduled for Wednesday, court documents state.