Hughesville Man Faces Felony Charges in Connection with April Crash

A Hughesville man is facing felony charges in connection with an April crash in which a woman suffered serious injuries.

27-year-old Truber S. Moore is facing the following charges: felony accidents involving death of personal injury, driving without a license, and careless driving. Moore was driving while he had a suspended license when the crash occurred. Valerie Wohlfer-White was injured in a two vehicle crash that occurred on Route 220 on April 12th during the morning hours. According to police, Wohlfer-White suffered from a few broken ribs, broken vertebrae, and both her legs were broken. She was treated and discharged from Danville’s Geisinger Medical Center.

Moore was placed in Lycoming County Prison, and he met his $5,000 bail. Please remember that the accused is presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty in a court of law.

Hughesville Man Faces Assault Charge After Allegedly Harassing 2, Trying to Fight Troopers

A Hughesville man is facing assault charges after he allegedly harassed two people and then allegedly tried fighting police officers on Thursday, May 19th, in Lycoming County’s Wolf Township.

31-year-old Joshua P. Kapp allegedly harassed a 16-year-old boy and a 23-year-old woman at their Orchard Avenue home located at the Peterman’s Trailer Court. According to police, the woman and the boy hid in a bathroom with the door locked. Then, Kapp exited the home and allegedly tried fighting a neighbor. Kapp also allegedly tried tackling two troopers who responded to the scene. Kapp was allegedly intoxicated.

Kapp was arrested and placed in Lycoming County Prison. He is facing charges including aggravated assault, simple assault, harassment, criminal trespassing, and disorderly conduct. His arraignment was in front of District Judge Jerry C. Lepley. His bail was set at $75,000. Please remember that the accused is presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty in a court of law.