The following individuals faced court action in the Elkland District Court, District Judge James Edgcomb presiding.

Cassandra Lynn Merritt, 34 of Mumford, N.Y. was charged by Pennsylvania State Police with theft of services. Merritt allegedly had two beef cows processed at Sylvester Quality Meats for $1,554.71 and then stopped payment on the check.

Matthew Alan Mosher, 35, of Tioga was charged by Tioga Borough Police with disorderly conduct, obstructing highways and other public passage and harassment. Mosher was reportedly walking in the middle of the road on State Route 287 and would not leave the roadway after instructed by the officer. Mosher was subsequently tasered and then transported to the hospital where he continued to act out of control.

Noel Arvilla Parker, 27, of Lawrenceville was charged by Pennsylvania State Police with criminal mischief, harassment, disorderly conduct and driving while operating privilege is suspended or revoked, and operating a vehicle without official certificate of inspection. Parker allegedly struck the female victim and then drove a vehicle into the victim’s parked vehicle on July 18 in Nelson Township.

Calvin W. VanNess, 57, of Wellsboro was charged by Pennsylvania State Police with issuing three bad check to Keck’s Food Services totaling $1,638.31. The checks were issued in February and March.

Shelby L. Woodard, 23, of Knoxville was charged by Pennsylvania State Police with simple assault, resisting arrest, disorderly conduct and harassment. Woodard allegedly attacked a male victim and then a female victim while in Deerfield Township Aug. 8.