The following people either have appeared or will appear before District Judge James Carlson to face various charges.

Tanarah W. Duncan, 20, of Philadelphia, faces charges of DUI and possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia after she crashed her 2010 Jeep Liberty on South Main Street April 8. Borough police said Duncan ran the stop sign on Second Street and hit a pick-up truck drawing a trailer. Found in the vehicle were eight packages of cigars and a lighter, four tubes and a baggie containing marijuana. She was released on $2,500 bail. Her county court arraignment was set for Sept. 30.

Jamie I. Cragg, 40, of 295 Birch Hill Road, Lawrenceville, faces charges of theft of leased property and unauthorized use of a motor vehicle after she failed to return a Nissan Versa rental car to Matthews Motors, Covington, by Aug. 6. State police said the rent owed on the vehicle totaled $532.20 by Aug. 19, when it was reported stolen by Matthews. She had rented the car on Aug. 3. She was issued a summons to appear at an Oct. 16 preliminary hearing.

Moriah F. Reese, 20, of 82 Benson Ave., Mansfield, faces charges of forgery and theft after she allegedly took two checks from the victim’s purse and cashed them for $155 at Northwest Savings Bank, Mansfield Oct. 20, 2018, signing the victim’s name, state police said. She was released on $1,000 unsecured bail and her preliminary hearing set for Sept. 19.

Molly E. Rohl, 29, of 42 Third St., Mansfield, faces charges of criminal trespass and loitering at night time following an incident at Chango’s Cantina, North Main Street, Mansfield July 7. Borough police said Rohl entered the premises knowing she was banned from being there. She also allegedly gained entry to the upper deck of the upstairs apartment She was issued a summons to appear at an Oct. 2 preliminary hearing.

John D. Arzberger, 48, of 16500 Route 6, Mansfield, faces charges of DUI following a traffic stop of his 2002 Audi by borough police on West Wellsboro Street, July 3. He was issued a summons to appear at an Oct. 2 preliminary hearing.

Adam J. Putman, 35, of 106 Dam Overlook Lane, Lawrenceville, faces charges of fleeing from police and flight to avoid apprehension following a high speed chase through Blossburg and Hamilton Township May 17. Blossburg borough police also charged him with trespass by motor vehicle for driving over a private lawn of a residence on Tabor Street, Blossburg, as he fled in a Honda Ridgeline pick-up truck. Police initiated the traffic stop on Gulick Street but he began to flee from police, going 60 mph in a 35 mph zone. He bailed out of the car and fled on foot, but not before police identified him. He went back to his truck and continued fleeing into Hamilton Township on Morris Run Road. The police car began to have mechanical issues and had to stop. Putman also faces charges of driving with a DUI related suspended license, and other traffic citations. He was issued a summons to appear at an Oct. 9 preliminary hearing.

Christopher A. Stone, 41, of 1860 Gleason Street, Canton, faces charges of DUI following a traffic stop of his 2003 Chevrolet Venture by state police on Gleason Road, Union Township, July 14. He was issued a summons to appear at an Oct. 16 preliminary hearing.

Justin D. Auwarter, 26, of 2848 South Main St., Mansfield, faces charges of DUI following a traffic stop of his 2007 Chevy Silverado pick-up truck July 19. His blood alcohol content registered .265%, police said. He was issued a summons to appear at an Oct. 2 preliminary hearing.

Matthew M. Campbell, 33, of Tioga County Homeless Initiative shelter, 2580 Charleston Road, Mansfield, faces charges of terroristic threats, resisting arrest, disorderly conduct and public drunkenness following an incident in the borough Sept. 3. Mansfield borough police were dispatched to 282 St. James Street and 22 Third St. for an intoxicated man causing a disturbance, and found Campbell sitting on the steps of 22 Third St. Campbell allegedly threatened to kill the officer, and blow up victim’s house, and assaulted the corrections officer at the prison, head-butting him. Campbell was jailed in lieu of $75,000 straight bail and his preliminary hearing is Sept. 18.