The following people either have appeared or will appear before District Judge Rob Repard to face various charges.
Austin Tyler Lowe, 23, of 8784 Route 414, Liberty, faces charges of possession of a controlled substance and drug paraphernalia following a traffic stop by borough police on Charleston Street July 30. The license plate on Lowe’s 2007 Pontiac G5 showed an expired registration in May of this year.
After officers noticed a smell of marijana coming from the vehicle, Lowe gave them a marijuana pipe with residue. There also was a grinder in the center console, and six valium pills in a plastic baggie. A juvenile female in the car with him also had in her possession a small amount of marijuana and Ketamine powder. Lowe’s preliminary hearing was set for Sept. 24.
Jeffery J. Anderegg, 44, of 25 Wetmore St., Wellsboro, faces charges of manufacture and delivery of a controlled substance and manufacture with intent to deliver a controlled substance following a controlled purchase by a confidential informant March 13.
The exchange took place at Anderegg’s apartment for .9 grams of meth for $80. On March 24, a second controlled buy of 2 grams of meth took place for $150 at the same location. The substance tested positive for fentanyl/methamphetamine. Anderegg’s preliminary hearing was set for Sept. 10.
Gregg Anthony Martuccio, 40, of 1579 Catlin Hollow Road, Wellsboro, faces charges of driving under the influence of intoxicants following a traffic stop by borough police of his 2015 Jeep Cherokee on Park Place Aug. 2. Martuccio blew a .271 percent on a Breathalyzer. His preliminary hearing was set for Sept. 24.
Cameron William Bollock, 24, of 578 N. Callahan Road, Wellsboro, faces charges of driving under the influence of intoxicants following a traffic stop by borough police of his 1994 Jeep Cherokee Aug. 9. Bollock blew a .161 percent on the Breathalyzer. His preliminary hearing was set for Sept. 10.
Suzanne L. Herrick, 52, of 1393 Dutch Hill Road, Wellsboro, faces charges of DUI following a traffic stop on Charles Street by borough police Aug. 7. Herrick allegedly ran two stop signs before she was stopped. Her blood alcohol content as measured on a chemical breath test measured .162%. She waived her preliminary hearing Aug. 13 and her county court arraignment was set for Sept. 9.
Jarrett R. Clayton, 35, of 136 Highland Drive, Gaines, faces charges of making terroristic threats, simple assault and harassment following a domestic incident at the residence July 21. Clayton allegedly hit the female victim in the face following an argument, then threatened her with a .380 handgun, telling her he would shoot her and anyone who came to pick her up if she tried to leave. Police said she left and as she was walking down the driveway, Clayton followed her in his truck, threatening to run over her.
She ran through the woods to get away and was picked up by a friend, police said. Clayton’s preliminary hearing was set for Sept. 3.
Brandon M. Clemens, 24, of 53 Pearl St., Wellsboro, faces charges of strangulation, simple assault and harassment. Police were dispatched to the residence Aug. 27 following a hang-up call into 911, where the female victim claimed Clemens had put his arm around her shroud from behind after hitting her in the head with a cell phone and choking her when she tried to leave.
Both fell onto a large overstuffed footrest, where Clemens allegedly continued hitting her in the face with a cell phone, causing bruising and cuts on the right side of her face.
The phone no longer worked after the altercation, and is valued at $250.
Clemens was jailed in lieu of $5,000 unsecured bail, released and his preliminary hearing set for Sept. 10.
Martin T. Sherwood III, 53, of 19 Wilson St., Gaines, faces charges of public drunkeness and inhaling a prohibited substance following two incidents in Wellsboro the night of Aug. 26.
According to borough police, they were dispatched to a report of a man seen inhaling something near the ice machine at Tops Market just after 9 p.m., but were told he had ridden his bicycle away and was at the First Heritage Bank.
Police located him there and found that he had a can of CRC Duster in his backpack, cold and with a straw attached, which was confiscated.
Not long after police were dispatched to Harland’s Restaurant on Pearl Street for the same person. Sherwood was found passed out on his knees with his butt in the air, his face blue and barely breathing. A new can of CRC Duster was found by police in his backpack.
An ambulance was summoned, but Sherwood refused treatment by EMS personnel and he was jailed in lieu of $5,000 bail.
His preliminary hearing was set for Sept. 3.