The following people either have appeared or will appear before District Judge Rob Repard to face various charges.
Terron Aquil Cooper-Cesar, 20, of Philadelphia, faces charges of possession of a controlled substance and drug paraphernalia following a traffic stop by state police on Route 15, Liberty Township, Oct. 5. Police said Cooper-Cesar was traveling 100 mph in a 2020 Dodge Charger in a 70 mph zone. After police smelled marijuana in the car, they found five grams of marijuana individually wrapped in the rear side of the front passenger seat, and 15 more grams invidivdiually wrapped in a bag in the trunk, as well as vials containing capsules used for ingesting the drug. His preliminary hearing was set for Dec. 17.
Unauthorized use of a motor vehicle
Roger Thomas Vanness, 24, of 215 A Street, Wellsboro, faces charges of unauthorized use of a motor vehicle after state police were dispatched to his residence Oct. 13. He had allegedly driven a 2012 Ford Fusion belonging to the victim without permission. His preliminary hearing was set for Dec. 10.
Desiree Natasha Sherwood, 35, of 28 Grant St., Apt. A, Wellsboro, faces charges of driving under the influence of intoxicants, following a traffic stop of a 2011 Subaru Forrester by borough police on Oct. 4 at Morris Lane. Her preliminary blood alcohol content was .148, She was issued a summons to appear at a Nov. 19 preliminary hearing.
Kenn Mitchell Krammes, 55, of Bethel, faces charges of DUI after he laid his motorcycle down in the road and Gaines Township police found him trying to pick it back up Sept. 20. Police said Krammes was operating a 2011 Harley Davidson Electra Ultra Glide and his preliminary blood alcohol content was .177. His preliminary hearing was set for Nov. 19.
Tyrone A. Greene Jr., 19, of Ithaca, N.Y., and Kathryn Grace Behler, 19, also of Ithaca, N.Y., both face charges following an incident on the Sebring exit of Route 15, Liberty Township July 17. State police said in addition to DUI, Greene was charged with possession of 13 grams marijuana and drug paraphernalia after police came upon two people with the 2010 Toyota Yaris four-door on its driver’s side along the exit ramp, where Greene had lost control in a rainstorm. Behler also was charged with possession of a small amount of marijuana and drug paraphernalia (vape tubes). Their preliminary hearings were set for Dec. 10.
Zachary Thomas Florio, 18, of 25 Nichols St, Wellsboro, faces charges of simple assault, harassment and disorderly conduct following an incident at the Roost Restaurant, 83 Main St., Wellsboro on Sept. 25. Borough police were dispatched for a report of a fight at the restaurant with a 17-year-old male. Both worked there. Police said Florio choked the victim and said he would kill him if they weren’t at the restaurant. Florio’s preliminary hearing was set for Nov. 12.
Katherine Keyser, 44, of 690 Hills Creek Road, Wellsboro, faces charges of simple assault and harassment following an incident at the residence in Charleston Township Sept. 26. State police awere dispatched for a report of an assault after Keyser had an argument with the victim and it turned physical. She allegedly hit the male victim and went after a juvenile. Another juvenile also got in between them to protect the first juvenile and Keyser allegedly grabbed her by the hood on her shirt and attempted to hit her. The male victim separated the two and Keyser hit the girl on the right side of her face with an open hand, causing injury police said. She was issued a summons to appear at a preliminary hearing.
Larry Booth Dart, 69, of 1600 Shumway Hill Road, Wellsboro, faces charges of resisting arrest, disorderly conduct and public drunkenness following an incident at the Steak House, 29 Main St., Wellsboro Oct. 5. Borough police said they were dispatched for a report of a male patron refusing to leave the restaurant at 10:15 p.m., after the restaurant closed at 9 p.m. Police said he refused to leave when he came out of the bathroom. He was taken to Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hospital, Wellsboro for treatment of a minor injury, and his preliminary hearing set for Nov. 19.
Matthew J. Campbell, 42, of 14 Highland St., Wellsboro, faces charges of bad checks after he allegedly passed a personal check from First Heritage Credit Union to the Wellsboro Small Animal Hospital for $265 that was returned for non-sufficient funds. His preliminary hearing was set for Nov. 12.