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The following individuals face court action.

Corey Andrzej Chudy, 31, of Sterling, Va. was charged with two counts of DUI and restriction of alcoholic beverages following an arrest his in Blossburg, Nov. 27. Police responded to a report of an intoxicated male in a 2009 Chevrolet Cobalt at the Kwik Fill at 4230 Bloss Mountain Road in Blossburg. When police arrived on the scene, they made contact with Chudy. Upon investigation police detected an open alcoholic beverage in the vehicle. Chudy consented to a portable breath test, which had a result of .166%. Chudy was arrested and taken to Mansfield University where a chemical breath test was administered with a result of .158%. An unsecured bail was set at $5,000 with a preliminary hearing scheduled for Jan. 8 2020.

Idalmis Dearmas, 25, of Rochester N.Y. was charged with three counts of possession of a controlled substance following a traffic stop on Route 15 in Richmond Township Nov. 27. Dearmas was operating a 2000 Honda Accord when police observed her traveling at a high rate of speed. Using a handheld radar unit police recorded Dearmas traveling 89 mph. Upon making contact with the vehicle police noticed the odor of marijuana. After inquiring about the smell Dearmas allegedly opened the truck where a backpack containing 21 small baggies of equal weight and a larger plastic bag of marijuana were found. Dearmas signed a statement stating all the seized product was hers. An unsecured bail of $10,000 was set and a preliminary hearing is scheduled for Jan. 15, 2020.

Joshua Cody Fengles, 36, of Muncy was charged with receiving stolen property, driving while operating privelege is suspended and failure to drive on roadways laned for traffic following a single vehicle accident at the intersection of Arnot Road and Poplar Street in Blowssburg Township Nov. 23. Fengles was operating a 2018 Subaru Impreza when he swerved to avoid striking a deer and traveled off the roadway and struck a tree. Upon investigation police found Fengle’s driving status was suspended and the vehicle had been reported stolen by state police in York. A straight bail was set at $15,000 and a preliminary hearing was scheduled for Dec. 4

Michael Zachary Claupein, 27, of Towanda was charged with three counts of possession of a controlled substance following a transaction with a confidential informant on May 2, 2018. Straight bail was set at $20,000 and a preliminary hearing scheduled for Dec. 4.

Gavin Kemp Glimm, 52, of Mansfield was charged with disorderly conduct, possession of marijuana, and public drunkenness following a reported harassment incident at Mansfield University Nov. 14. When police made contact with Glimm they reported he was visibly drunk and became aggressive and yelled vulgarities while being placed into custody. A a small amount of marijuana was found in Glimm’s jacket and an empty 375 ML bottle of vodka and an open 1.5 liter bottle of wine were located in Glimm’s bag. A preliminary hearing is scheduled for Dec. 11.

James F. Walker, 65, of Mansfield was charged with two counts of DUI and prohibitions in specified places following a traffic stop at the intersection of Wilson street and Route 6 in Mansfield Nov. 16. Walker was operating a 2005 Ford F150 and parked at the intersection. When police made contact with Walker he reportedly showed signs of inebriation. A portable breath test indicated registered .129%. Walker was then transported to Mansfield University Police Department where a breath test was administered with a result of .153%. A preliminary hearing is scheduled for Dec. 18.

Ciara Ann Cuppelli, 21, of Covington was charged with two counts of driving under the influence, failure to use required signals following a traffic stop on Railroad Avenue in Mansfield, Aug. 25. Cupelli was operating a 2008 Ford Edge when police stopped her for committing traffic violations. Upon making contact with Cupelli police noticed the smell of alcohol coming from the vehicle and conducted a field sobriety test. As a result of the tests Cupelli was taken into custody for suspicion of DUI. At the Mansfield Borough Police Department a breath test was administered with a result of .149%. A preliminary hearing is scheduled for Dec. 18.

Maxim Matus Granville, 22, of Clarks Summit was charged with possession and use of marijuana following an investigation of Granville’s dormitory room in Mansfield on Nov. 21. A bong, grinder and small packet of marijuana, marijuana pipe and container with marijuana residue were discovered in the dormitory. Granville admitted all of the drug paraphernalia was his. A preliminary hearing is scheduled for Dec. 11.

Crystal Dawn Horne, 31, of Lindely, N.Y. was charged with two counts of possession of a controlled substance and failure to carry drivers license following a traffic stop on South Main Street Richmond Township Nov. 29. Horne was operating a 2000 Chrysler Sebring when police conducted a traffic stop of the vehicle. After requesting for consent to search the vehicle police seized seven grams of suspected marijuana and a glass smoking device. Upon further investigation it was discovered that Horne had an active arrest warrant out of N.Y. state. Straight bail was set at $2,500 and a preliminary hearing scheduled for Dec. 11.

Anthony J. Sautner, 54, of Blossburg was charged with two counts of DUI and carless driving following a traffic stop in Blossburg Sept. 24. Sautner was operating a 2000 Ford F150 and failed to stop at a traffic sign. When police made contact with Sautner it was believed that he exhibited signs of DUI. A field sobriety test was administered but Sautner refused a portable breath test. A preliminary hearing is scheduled for Jan. 8, 2020.

Tyler James Borrelli, 20, of Clifton Heights was charged with terroristic threats, stalking and harassment following an incident at Mansfield University Nov. 12. Threatening electronic messages from Boerrelli to the victim were provided to police. Unsecured bail was set at $5000 and a preliminary hearing was scheduled for Jan. 8.