Philadelphia Man Faces Drug Charges After Allegedly Trying to Sell Large Amount of Heroin to Police

A Philadelphia man is facing drug charges after he allegedly tried to sell an undercover officer a large amount of heroin.

Nasir M. Lawrence, 23, allegedly tried to sell fifty bags of heroin to a Lycoming County Narcotics Unit officer. The alleged attempted drug deal took place at Third Place and Park Avenue on Thursday, June 9th. You can read Lawrence’s court report below:

Court ReportCOURT REPORT- Nasir M. Lawrence, 23, of Philadelphia, faces 3 felony charges and 3 misdemeanor charges.  The charges listed are….
Felony:
35 § 780-113 §§ A30 F Manufacture, Delivery, or Possession With Intent to Manufacture or Deliver
35 § 780-113 §§ A30 F Manufacture, Delivery, or Possession With Intent to Manufacture or Deliver
18 § 7512 §§ A F3 Criminal Use Of Communication Facility

Misdemeanor:
35 § 780-113 §§ A16 M Int Poss Contr Subst By Per Not Reg
35 § 780-113 §§ A32 M Use/Poss Of Drug Paraph
35 § 780-113 §§ A16 M Int Poss Contr Subst By Per Not Reg 06/09/2016

Magisterial District Judge Christian David Frey on June 9th, 2016 presided over the preliminary arraignment for Lawrence. Lawrence was arraigned at the Magisterial District Court 29-1-01. Lawrence was assigned bail in the amount of $250,000. Lawrence was unable to meet bail and was remanded to the Lycoming County Prison pending the next hearing. A preliminary hearing is scheduled for June 14th, 2016, at 2:00 p.m., also in front of Magisterial District Judge Christian David Frey.

Keifer J. Bathgate of the Lycoming County Detectives is listed as the arresting officer for Lawrence. The charges relate to an alleged incident that happened on June 9th, 2016.

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All of the information contained is based on Lycoming County PA Court Records.
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Lewistown Woman Faces Drug Delivery Resulting In Death Charge Stemming From Death of Coudersport Man

A Lewistown woman is facing charges after she allegedly gave heroin to a Coudersport man who overdosed in 2015.

The arrest of 31-year-old Desiree Tipping comes after police investigated the fatal drug overdose of 47-year-old Michael Landworthy. On the morning of November 3rd, 2015, Landworthy was discovered unresponsive in his car. The car was parked at the Nittany Minit Mart in Galeton.  Later on the same day, Langworthy was declared deceased by Potter County Coroner Kevin Dusenbury. The Galeton Borough Police Department filed charges against Tipping on May 25th.

You can read Tipping’s court report below:

Court ReportCOURT REPORT- Desiree L. Tipping, 31, of Lewistown, faces 3 felony charges.  The charges listed are….
Felony:
18 § 2506 §§ A F1 Drug Delivery Resulting In Death
35 § 780-113 §§ A30 F Manufacture, Delivery, or Possession With Intent to Manufacture or Deliver
18 § 7512 §§ A F3 Criminal Use Of Communication Facility

Magisterial District Judge Delores Weiss on May 27, 2016, presided over the preliminary arraignment for Tipping. Tipping was arraigned at the Magisterial District Court 55-4-03. Tipping was assigned bail in the amount of $25,000. Tipping was unable to meet bail and was remanded to the Potter County Prison pending the next hearing. A preliminary hearing is scheduled for June 16, 2016, at 1:30 p.m., also in front of Magisterial District Judge Delores Weiss.

Christopher J. Brackman of the Galeton Borough Police Department is listed as the arresting officer for Tipping. The charges relate to an alleged incident that happened on November 3, 2015.

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Bradford Man Faces Theft Charges After Allegedly Stealing TV, Laptop from Bradford Home

A Bradford man is behind bars after he allegedly stole a TV and several other items from a Bradford, McKean County residence on Sunday, June 5th, as caught on security camera.

Jake Miller, 19, was at the 59 Jefferson Street residence on the evening of Saturday, June 4th. He was visiting the resident’s daughter. Miller left via the front door. According to court records, the family found that a TV, laptop, gaming systems, and games had been stolen when they woke up on Sunday morning.

According to Bradford police, Miller was caught on camera allegedly stealing the items. A neighbor reported to police that he witnessed a parked vehicle in front of the home as shown on his security camera footage. The video footage also shows people returning to the car with what looks like the stolen items. According to a WESB report, Officer Richard T. Obermeyer said he is familiar with Miller and believes he is the person in the security video. The victim and her daughter also believe the person in the video is Miller. You can read Miller’s court report below:

Court ReportCOURT REPORT- Jacob Levi Miller, 19, of Bradford, faces 2 felony charges and 3 misdemeanor charges.  The charges listed are….
Felony:
18 § 3502 §§ A1 F1 Burglary – Overnight Accommodation, Person Present
18 § 3503 §§ A1I F3 Crim Tres-Enter Structure

Misdemeanor:
18 § 3925 §§ A M1 Receiving Stolen Property
18 § 3921 §§ A M1 Theft By Unlaw Taking-Movable Prop
18 § 5506 M3 Loitering And Prowling At Night Time

Magisterial District Judge Dominic A. Cercone Jr. on June 6, 2016 presided over the preliminary arraignment for Miller. Miller was arraigned at the Magisterial District Court 48-1-01. Miller was assigned bail in the amount of $10,000. Miller was unable to meet bail and was remanded to the McKean County Prison pending the next hearing. A preliminary hearing is scheduled for June 9, 2016, at 9:30 a.m., also in front of Magisterial District Judge Dominic A. Cercone Jr.

Richard T. Obermeyer of the Bradford City Police Department is listed as the arresting officer for Miller. The charges relate to an alleged incident that happened on June 5, 2016.

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Alleged Muncy Smokers Express, Loyalsock Township Sheetz Robber Nabbed

A Muncy man was arrested after he allegedly robbed several Lycoming County businesses in the past several days, including the Smokers Express in Muncy Borough and the Sheetz in Loyalsock Township.

According to the Pennsylvania State Police in Montoursville in a report, 43-year-old Gerald Thompson of Muncy allegedly robbed the Smokers Express at knife-point and allegedly ordered the cashier to give him cash on Friday, May 27th, during the evening hours. During the evening hours of Saturday, May 28th, Thompson allegedly ordered a female victim to give him money. The victim was in her parked car in the Pier 87 parking lot. Thompson allegedly threatened to cut her if she did not comply with his demands for money. During the morning hours of Sunday, May 29th, Thompson allegedly broke into the Loyalsock Hotel. Once inside, Thompson allegedly tried to open the cash register in order to steal money. However, the cash register would not open. Also on Sunday, May 29th, Thompson allegedly robbed the Loyalsock Township Sheetz at knife-point. Although initial scanner reports indicated that the Sheetz was robbed at gunpoint, the police report states that it was actually robbed at knife-point. Thompson allegedly got away with about $700. The Sheetz robbery occurred at about 5:45 a.m.

After police found Thompson later on Sunday, May 29th, they took him into custody. He was arrested on a warrant that was issued by the Muncy Police Department. According to the police report, charges were filed against Thompson related to all of the incidents except the Sheetz robbery. You can read Thompson’s court reports below:

Court ReportCOURT REPORT- Gerald W. Thompson, 43, of Muncy, faces 4 felony charges, 4 misdemeanor charges and 3 summary charges.  The charges listed are….
Felony:
18 § 3502 §§ A2 F1 Burglary – Overnight Accommodation, No Person Present
18 § 3701 §§ A1II F1 Robbery-Threat Immed Ser Injury
18 § 3701 §§ A1II F1 Robbery-Threat Immed Ser Injury
18 § 3503 §§ A1II F2 Crim Tres-Break Into Structure

Misdemeanor:
18 § 3921 §§ A M1 Theft By Unlaw Taking-Movable Prop
18 § 3925 §§ A M1 Receiving Stolen Property
18 § 2701 §§ A3 M2 Simple Assault
18 § 2701 §§ A3 M2 Simple Assault

Summary:
18 § 2709 §§ A1 S Harassment – Subject Other to Physical Contact
18 § 2709 §§ A1 S Harassment – Subject Other to Physical Contact
18 § 3304 §§ A5 S Criminal Mischief – Damage Property

Magisterial District Judge William C. Solomon on May 30th, 2016 presided over the preliminary arraignment for Thompson. Thompson was arraigned at the Magisterial District Court 29-3-02. Thompson was not assigned bail due to “Defendant is a danger to society / flight risk”. Thompson was remanded to the Lycoming County Prison pending the next hearing. A preliminary hearing is scheduled for June 6th, 2016, at 9:00 a.m., also in front of Magisterial District Judge William C. Solomon.

Daniel R. Switzer of the Pennsylvania State Police in Montoursville is listed as the arresting officer for Thompson. The charges relate to an alleged incident that happened on May 28th, 2016.

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Court ReportCOURT REPORT- Gerald W. Thompson, 43, of Muncy, faces 2 felony charges and 7 misdemeanor charges.  The charges listed are….
Felony:
18 § 3701 §§ A1II F1 Robbery-Threat Immed Ser Injury
18 § 2702 §§ A1 F1 Aggravated Assault

Misdemeanor:
18 § 907 §§ B M1 Possession Of Weapon
18 § 901 §§ A M1 Criminal Attempt – Terroristic Threats W/ Int To Terrorize Another
18 § 2701 §§ A3 M2 Simple Assault
18 § 2705 M2 Recklessly Endangering Another Person
18 § 2902 §§ A2 M1 Unlawful Restraint/ Involuntary Servitude
18 § 3921 §§ A M1 Theft By Unlaw Taking-Movable Prop
18 § 3925 §§ A M1 Receiving Stolen Property

Magisterial District Judge William C. Solomon on May 30th, 2016 presided over the preliminary arraignment for Thompson. Thompson was arraigned at the Magisterial District Court 29-3-03. Thompson was not assigned bail due to “Defendant is a danger to society / flight risk”. Thompson was remanded to the Lycoming County Prison pending the next hearing. A preliminary hearing is scheduled for June 3rd, 2016, at 10:00 a.m.,  in front of Magisterial District Judge Jon Edward Kemp.

Anthony W. Oeler of the Muncy Borough Police Department is listed as the arresting officer for Thompson. The charges relate to an alleged incident that happened on May 27th, 2016.

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