Tioga County police and courts

4 charged with drunken driving

WELLSBORO – Four people were charged with driving under the influence of intoxicants recently, according to documents filed at Judge Robert Repard and District Judge James Carlson’s offices. They are:

Matthias J. Simonis, 27, of 11 Bacon St., is charged with DUI by state police after flipping his vehicle at the intersection of Route 660 and Kendrick Road on April 28.

Simonis waived his preliminary hearing.

Murray F. Johnson Jr., 45, of 5279 Route 349, Westfield, is charged with DUI by Westfield Borough police after a March 17 traffic stop at Krusen Street. Murray is charged with a second DUI and harassment after an April 15 incident at 312 Church St., Westfield, where Johnson allegedly pounded on the door of Michelle Johnson’s house before leaving in his vehicle.

Johnson is scheduled appear at a July 23 preliminary hearing before Judge Repard.

Chad M. Wilson, 39, of 62 Hillview Lane, Tioga, is charged with DUI by Wellsboro police after a March 14 traffic stop on Pearl Street.

Wilson is scheduled to appear at a June 25 preliminary hearing before Judge Repard.

Stephanie L. Kalamaris, 30, of 126 1/2 Hannibal St., Blossburg, is charged with DUI, possession of pharmaceutical narcotics and drug paraphernalia by Mansfield Borough police after an April 28 traffic stop on South Main Street in Mansfield.

Kalamaris was issued a summons to appear at a June 26 preliminary hearing before Judge Carlson.

Woman charged with wiretapping

BLOSSBURG – Desiree N. Sherwood, 28, of 227 Davis St., is charged with wiretapping by Blossburgh Borough police after allegedly recording a 6-party conversation on April 28 at 232 Granger St.

None of the people were notified of Sherwood’s intent to record the conversation nor gave their consent to be recorded. Sherwood was issued a summons to appear at a June 26 preliminary hearing before Carlson.

Woman charged with dealing herion

BLOSSBURG – Ashley N. Schultz, 24, of 103 Liberty St., is charged by state police with delivery and possession of heroin and criminal use of a cell phone after allegedly selling two bags of heroin to an informant on Oct. 10, 2012. Schultz appeared at a June 5 preliminary before Carlson.

Woman allegedly made false 9-1-1 calls

WELLSBORO – Lauren E. Morse, 19, of 23 Austin St., is charged with disorderly conduct, law obstruction and harassment by Wellsboro police after Nick Morse reported on May 14 that Morse was leaving disturbing messages on his phone, showing up at his place of business and directing profanities at him.

When police made contact with the accused, she dialed 9-1-1 reporting the officer had assaulted her. When the officer called for back-up, Morse allegedly dialed 9-1-1 again and reported a 16 year-old suicidal female at her residence. Upon further investigation, no such female was found to exist.

Morse is scheduled to appear before District Judge Robert Repard for a June 17 formal arraignment.

Woman charged with criminal mischief

MANSFIELD – Brandie Wooten, 40, of 1768 Shumway Hill Road, is charged by Mansfield Borough police with criminal mischief, disorderly conduct and public drunkenness after allegedly throwing her tablet-style computer at a vehicle in the parking lot of Comfort Inn, 200 Gateway Drive, Mansfield, on May 31.

Wooten also allegedly was intoxicated and creating a disturbance at the hotel’s customer service desk. Wooten appeared at a Jun 5 preliminary hearing before Carlson.

Man charged with theft

BLOSSBURG – Jordon N. Spohn, 22, of 130 Schuylkill St., is charged by state police with receiving stolen property and theft by unlawful taking after allegedly taking a $50 Lambs Creek Gift Card belonging to her mother-in-law, Jane S. Spohn, on May 1.

Spohn was issued a summons to appear at a June 26 preliminary hearing before Carlson.