4 people face various charges in Tioga County

TIOGA — Four people either have appeared or will appear before district judges to face various charges in Tioga County. They are:

• Cheryl Ann Williammee, 38, 129 W. Hill Road, Covington, faces charges of possession of drug paraphernalia and recklessly endangering another person following an incident in which state police responded to a call for an unresponsive person at Williammee’s residence, according to court documents. Upon arrival, police found Williammee unresponsive allegedly with a small blue packet containing heroin beside her before emergency medical services revived her and took her to the hospital, according to court documents. There were three children at home at the time, according to court documents. She was issued a summons to appear at a Sept. 27 preliminary hearing before District Judge James Carlson.

• Erik Clinton Pandolfo, 45, 116 E. Blind Road, Montgomery, faces two charges of failure to comply with registration of sexual offender requirements following an incident in which state police investigated Pandolfo allegedly moving from his previous residence, 20 Mill Creek Road, Mansfield, to a Winnebago at his employer’s property in Montgomery without notifying either about his motor home or the location change, according to court documents. He was issued a summons to appear at a Sept. 27 preliminary hearing before District Judge James Carlson.

• Misty Jo Osborn, 44, 135 Schuylkill St., Blossburg, faces charges of forgery, theft by unlawful taking, theft by failure to make disposition and receiving stolen property after state police were notified of an investigation from the Tioga County Area Agency on Aging, according to court documents. The investigation concluded that Osborn had power of attorney over a victim, and she allegedly forged multiple documents and used the victim’s money for her own gain, according to court documents. Police said she paid her taxes in the amount of $1,566 from the victim’s accounts, and she allegedly transferred $10,000 of the victim’s money, $8,500 of which was set up in an account for Osborn’s son. She was issued a summons to appear at an Oct. 4 preliminary hearing before District Judge James Carlson.

• Randy Michael Allington, 56, 8 Center St., Tioga, faces charges of obstructing justice, disorderly conduct and harassment following an incident in which the quality assurance for Tioga County emergency services notified Tioga County detectives of three false 911 calls occurring on Aug. 14 allegedly from Allington, according to court documents. The court documents said he already has been advised by two district judges to stop calling and has two pending criminal cases involving nonemergency type calls. He was issued a summons to appear at a Nov. 28 preliminary hearing before District Judge Robert L. Repard.