Tyler James Borrelli, 20, of Clifton Heights was charged with two counts of theft and criminal trespass following a reported theft in Mansfield Borough Jan. 16. Borrelli, who had previously been notified in writing that he was not permitted on campus, became involved in an altercation at Mansfield University. During the altercation Borrelli reportedly took the victim’s keys. When police arrived on the scene, Borrelli was located in a university parking lot seated in the victim’s vehicle. He was taken into custody where he made verbal statements that he was aware of the notice he received regarding the fact he was not permitted on the ground of Mansfield University. Bail was set at 50,000 bail and a preliminary hearing is scheduled for Jan. 29.
Jonathon Scott Baker, 34, of Mansfield and Cynthia Marie Johnson, 35, of Mansfield were charged with criminal trespass following an investigation into a reported burglary in Richmond township Jan. 13. The complainant provided police with a license plate number for a vehicle that had been seen leaving the property. Police traced the number on the registration to Johnson. Police contacted the property owner who related that no one was permitted on the property and all prior tenant and had been evicted. When police made contact with Johnson she reportedly admitted she and Baker were the individuals who were present at the residence in question. Bail was set at $40,000 and a preliminary hearing was scheduled for Jan. 24.
Shawn William Neal, 35, of Mainesburg was charged with two counts of DUI, driving without a license, careless driving, reckless driving, accidents involving damage to unattended vehicle or property and restrictions on alcoholic beverages following a one-vehicle ATV crash on Mainesburg Road in Sullivan Township July 7. A nearby resident heard the crash outside and went outside and found a man injured from crashing an ATV. He reportedly said that he was Neal and fled the scene. A mailbox at the scene on Mainesburg Road was damaged from the crash. Bradford County 911 reported the driver in the crash was at the Guthrie Troy Community Hospital. Police conducted an interview with Neal at the hospital where he admitted to drinking beer and identified himself as the operator of the ATV involved in the crash. A preliminary hearing is scheduled for Feb. 26.