The following individuals faced court action before District Judge James Edgcomb.
Samantha Jo Shepherd, 50, of Tioga was charged by Tioga Borough Police with theft by unlawful taking. Shepherd allegedly removed a smoker’s pole, valued at $35, from a business in Tioga on Aug. 18.
Christopher Lee Floyd Mosher, 25, of Elkland was charged by Pennsylvania State Police with two counts of harassment, simple assault and disorderly conduct. On Oct. 6 while in Nelson Township, Mosher allegedly became involved in a domestic dispute and struck the victim multiple times in the head/face area with his hands and pulled her hair. A second female victim reported being slapped by Mosher.
Megan Gardner, 18, of Lawrenceville was charged by Lawrence Township Police with possession of a small amount of controlled substance, marijuana and possession of paraphernalia, a grinder and pipe.
Richard A. Fenstermacher, 44, of Sabinsville was charged by the Pennsylvania State Police with two counts of endangering the welfare of children, driving under the influence of alcohol or controlled substance generally impaired/incapable of driving safely, driving under the influence of high rate of alcohol, two counts of recklessly endangering another person, driving while operating privilege is suspended or revoked, violation of drivers required to be licensed, failure to provide financial responsibility and violations of driving at safe speeds, careless driving and reckless driving. Preliminary alcohol tests read .176 percent. The incident occurred July 14 in Westfield Township.
Earle Matthew Trimble, 34, of Elkland was charged by Pennsylvania State Police with possession of controlled substance. Trimble allegedly possessed a pill bottle prescribed to another. The charges were filed after police responded to a PFA violation Sept. 29.
Avery Cornelius Tate, 31, of Tioga was charged by Pennsylvania State Police with two counts of simple assault, terroristic threats and recklessly endangering another person, and harassment. Tate allegedly shoved the female victim and threatened her with a pistol.
Matthew Thomas Tanner, 20, of Wellsboro was charged by Tioga Borough Police with simple assault, terroristic threats, and harassment. Tanner allegedly struck the victim three to four times in the head.