Jeffrey Wayne Duell, 31, of Coudersport, was charged with two counts of theft following an investigation regarding a stolen 2018 Can Am Commander UTV on June 29. Duell allegedly paid for the UTV with a bad check and failed to respond to subsequent requests for payment. Duell sold the UTV to another individual. Investigation verified the vehicle in question was reported stolen. The UTV was seized and subsequently impounded. A preliminary hearing is scheduled for Sept. 24.

Christian David Decker, 27, of Coudersport, was charged with three counts of driving under the influence, careless driving and having no rear lights on vehicle following a traffic stop at Center Park Road on July 17. Decker admittedly reported to smoking marijuana prior to driving and exhibited several signs of being impaired after standardized field sobriety tests were performed. A blood draw showed THC in his system. A preliminary hearing is scheduled for Sept. 30.

Eric Wayne Shupe, 43, of Austin, was charged with three counts of driving under the influence and careless driving following a report of indecent exposure at the Dollar General on East Second Street on July 7. Positive results of amphetamine and methamphetamine were shown in Shupe’s system after a performed blood test.. A preliminary hearing is scheduled for Sept. 30.

Richard David Sheehy, 50, of Coudersport, was charged with simple assault and harassment following a report of domestic violence in Sweden Township on Sept. 18. Sheehy allegedly stuck the victim on the right side of her face. A swollen, bloody lip and broken blood vessels in the right eye was observed by police. A preliminary hearing is scheduled for Oct. 2.

Ashley Jorden Nehez, 32, of Coudersport, and Shea Elizabeth Nehez, 35, of Coudersport, were charged with perjury, conspiracy of perjury and falsely making a statement under oath following an incident on Dwight Street on Sept. 17. Ashley Nehez allegedly left her two dogs outside and the dogs went to another residence. The dogs were allegedly acting aggressively. During a hearing, Ashley testified that she was working. Her boss stated she was not working at that time. Shea Nehez testified that Ashley was not in the residence and that she (Shea) left the dogs out. The Judge felt the Commonwealth failed to meet proof and found Ashley Nehea “not guilty.” A preliminary hearing is on Oct. 2.