The following individuals are scheduled to appear before District Judge Annette Easton in Coudersport.

Jackie Leigh Moran, 33, of Blossburg was charged by Pennsylvania State Police with harassment after he allegedly repeatedly called and messaged a victim from July through September after being told not to contact them. A preliminary hearing is scheduled Dec. 15.

Chantalle Elizabeth Tubbs, 24, of Couders- port was charged by Pennsylvania State Police with unsworn falsification to authorities, false reports to law enforcement and disorderly conduct. On Sept. 17, Tubbs allegedly made a report to police that someone she knew broke into her home, assaulted her and knocked over her infant. Later that day, Tubbs reportedly told police she fabricated the report and recanted her statement. A preliminary hearing is scheduled Dec. 8.

Ryan Daniel McNeil, 21, of Coudersport was charged by Pennsylvania State Police with possession of a controlled substance, possession of a small amount of marijuana, use/possession of drug paraphernalia and failure to use low beams. McNeil was stopped by police after allegedly driving with his high beams on while approaching other vehicles in Coudersport on Aug. 22. McNeil was found to be in possession of marijuana after police reportedly smelled it in the car. A preliminary hearing is scheduled Dec. 3.

David W. Mink, Jr., 54, of Tarentum was charged by Pennsylvania State Police with possession of a small amount of marijuana, use/possession of drug paraphernalia, driving under the influence, driving with a suspended or revoked license, failure to use a turn signal, careless driving, reckless driving and violations of hazard regulations. Mink reportedly failed to use proper turn signals or safety hazard lights while turning and then stopping his vehicle in Wharton Township on Oct. 2. Mink reportedly displayed signs of alcohol impairment, failed a field sobriety test and had beer cans and a glass pipe with burnt marijuana residue in the car. It was later found Mink was driving with a suspended license. A preliminary hearing is scheduled Dec. 15.

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