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The following individuals have appeared before District Judge James Edgcomb.

Ashlynn Anne Hartwell, 27, of Pine City, N.Y. was charged by Pennsylvania State Police with driving under the influence of alcohol, generally impaired incapable of driving safely; driving under the influence at high rate of alcohol, and trespass by motor vehicle on private road/driveway. The incident occurred in Tioga Township May 18. Preliminary alcohol tests read .142%.

Tyler Mark Morgan, 27, of Wellsboro was charged by Pennsylvania State Police with use/possession of drug paraphernalia after Morgan was found in possession of five used syringes, a spoon, baggies and cotton swabs, among other items. Morgan was found in possession of the items while police were looking for a wanted subject.

Matthew Jonathan Sullivan, 23, of Tioga was charged by Pennsylvania State Police with simple assault. Sullivan allegedly punched a female victim and kicked her while she was on the ground.

Josh Leroy Surine, 38, of Tioga was charged by Pennsylvania State Police with simple assault, resisting arrest and harassment. Surine allegedly shoved and repeatedly punched the male victim in the face. Police were investigating reports of stolen batteries by the victim. The incident occurred in Farmington Township Nov. 9.

Kasey Ann Pagano, 39, of Galeton was charged by Westfield Borough Police with forgery, five counts of theft by unlawful taking, five counts of receiving stolen property and three counts of access of device issued to another who didn’t authorize the use. Pagano allegedly used checks and debit cards belonging to a business without permission between October 2018 and July 10, for a total of $20,367.50. Pagano also allegedly falsified petty cash reports. Pagano was placed in Tioga County Prison with bail set at $25,000.

Roswell Jay Clark, 56, of Knoxville was charged by Pennsylvania State Police with unauthorized use of a motor vehicle. Clark allegedly took control of a utility vehicle without permission on Oct. 15 in Deerfield Township.