The following people either have appeared or will appear before Wellsboro District Judge Rob Repard to face various charges.
Jeffrey J. Anderegg, 44, of 25 Wetmore St., faces charges of possession of a controlled substance and use and possession of drug paraphernalia. Borough police said they were dispatched to Anderegg’s apartment by the county probation department as Anderegg is on probation supervision for drug related offenses and had tested positive for bath salts June 7. Police said they located several items of paraphernalia along with a zipper case containing large amounts of stamped plastic baggies used for storing drugs; two containers containing white residue which tested positive for methamphetamine/fentanyl; about 40 unopened syringes; a grinder containing marijuana residue and four pipes used for smoking drugs in the living room; and a digital scale, two buprenophine hydrochloride and naloxone hydrochloride pills in a baggie and six buprenorphine hydrochloride and naloxone hydrochloride strips in plastic baggies. His preliminary hearing was set for July 23.
Anthony G. Bissinger, 72, of 271 Emick Road, Liberty, faces charges of driving under the influence of intoxicants following after he crashed his 2005 Chevy Silverado pick-up truck on Route 414, Morris Township May 4. Police said they were dispatched to the single-vehicle crash into a guide rail west of Plank Road and found the truck had struck the end of the guide rail causing disabling damage. Bissinger had already been transported to Soldiers + Sailors Memorial Hospital emergency department. He was tested for blood alcohol content, and came back at .202%. Bissinger’s preliminary hearing was set for Aug. 27.
Shalane K. Hamblin, 37, of 80 Heartwood Lane, Apt. 80-3, Wellsboro, faces charges of endangering the welfare of children following an incident June 3 at the residence. Borough police said Hamblin left her 14-month-old infant alone in the residence between the hours of 1:50 and 3 a.m. with the door unlocked while she was at the emergency room at Soldiers + Sailors Memorial Hospital, Wellsboro. Hamblin said she was having an allergic reaction and didn’t want to wake her daughter up to go to the emergency room. Tioga County Children and Youth was contacted and arrived at the residence at about 4 a.m. Her preliminary hearing was set for Aug. 20.