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Ian Floyd Lisowski, 19, of Covington was charged with DUI following a traffic stop on College Avenue in Mansfield, Oct. 26. Lisowski was operating a Ford F150 when he ran a stop sign at the corner of Morris Drive and Academy Street which prompted police to initiate the traffic stop. Upon investigation, Lisowski reportedly demonstrated signs of inebriation. After failing a field sobriety test, Lisowski was transported to the Mansfield University Police Department where he posted a breath alcohol level of .142. A preliminary hearing is schedule for Dec. 11.

Anna Marie Smith, 40, of Canton was charged with DUI and careless driving following a one-vehicle accident on Gleason Road in Ward Township Oct. 22. Smith was operating a 2014 Chevrolet Silverado at the time of the accident. When police made contact with Smith observed the odor of alcohol. Smith told to police that she had been drinking and was traveling home. Smith was placed under arrest and transported to Mansfield University Police Department where she posted a breath alcohol level of .169%. A preliminary hearing is scheduled for Dec. 18.

Austen Tyler Lake, 23, of Wellsboro was charged with DUI, maximum speed limits, careless driving and approaching an oncoming vehicle following a traffic stop on South Main Street in Richmond Township Aug. 31. Lake was operating a Nissan Sentra and failed to deactivate his high beams as he passed oncoming traffic. Police followed Lake and reportedly clocked him traveling 65 MPH in a 45 MPH zone. Police then conducted a traffic stop and upon making contact with Lake noticed the smell of alcohol. Lake acknowledged that he had been drinking alcohol and agreed to perform a field sobriety test. Lake was placed under arrest and upon further testing posted breath alcohol levels of .148% and .140%. A preliminary hearing is scheduled for Dec. 4.

Chyanne R. Jayne, 29, of Wellsboro was charged with theft following a reported theft in Richmond township on Aug. 31. Jayne was accused of using a debit card without the owners consent. A preliminary hearing is scheduled for Dec. 4.

Ryan Lee Pequignot, 31, of Blossburg was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia following the discovery of a marijuana smoking pipe in his jacket Nov. 4. Pequignot’s jacket was left in a rear room at Walmart in Richmond Township. Upon investigation a marijuana pipe was found in the jacket. When questioned about the jacket and pipe, Pequignot reportedly admitted they were both his. A preliminary hearing is scheduled for Dec. 4.

Colton Thomas Housel, 28, of Covington was charged with two counts of aggravated assault, terroristic threats, three counts of simple assault, recklessly endangering another person and two counts of harassment following a reported domestic dispute in Covington Nov. 19. Housel allegedly assaulted the victim on multiple occasions over a series of days, which included punching, kicking and threatening with a knife. Housel was arrested on Nov. 19 and is being held on $80,000 straight bail with a preliminary hearing was scheduled for Nov. 27.

Marcus Devon Philpot, 27, of Landsdowne was charged with two counts of possession of a controlled substance, carrying a firearm without license and the sale or transfer of firearms following a the reported purchase of narcotics and a firearm in Mansfield between February and March of 2017. Philpot was arraigned Nov. 19 was held on $80,000 straight bail with a preliminary hearing was scheduled for Nov. 27.

Leeann Renea Willhoft, 27, of Hannacroix, N.Y. was charged with two counts of possession of a controlled substance and false identification following a welfare check in Richmond Township on Nov. 20. Upon arrival police noticed the smell of marijuana and upon investigation discovered two glass bowls, two grinders, a container with multiple roaches and an ashtray with burnt marijuana all on a large tray. When police made contact with the defendant she provided police with a name that did not match the he PA driver’s license and fingerprints. During processing it was determined that the defendant had multiple warrants throughout the commonwealth. Willhoft was arrested and on $7,500 straight bond with a preliminary hearing scheduled for Dec. 4.