6 to face criminal charges

Six people have been charged with various criminal offenses, according to court records. Those charged and the police departments involved were:

• Motorist Matthew Sweeley, 34, of 145 Canal Lane, Linden; Tiadaghton Valley Regional police; accidents involving damage to attended property following a hit-run crash at Route 220 and Level Corners Road in Piatt Township on Oct. 1; sent a summons to appear before a district judge.

• Krystopher Michael Jeffers, 21, of 13 1/2 W. Fourth St.; state police; access device fraud for allegedly using his father’s bank card information to purchase $98 worth of games online after getting the information at 78 Chad Lee Drive in Armstrong Township on Sept. 11; sent a summons to appear before a district judge; victim was Cyrus Jeffers.

• Jed W. Mantle, 47, of 111 1/2 Wylie St., Jersey Shore; the state Fish and Boat Commission; operating a watercraft (kayak) while under the influence of alcohol, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia on the Susquehanna River near Jersey Shore on Sept. 4; sent a summons to appear before a district judge.

• Chauncy J. Repaci, 39, of 1109 Brick Church Road, Montgomery; South Williamsport police; two counts of false statements for allegedly putting down false information on a government form when he attempted to purchase a firearm at Sauers Trading Post, 1100 W. Southern Avenue, on Feb. 6; released on $15,000 bail.

• Hakiem K. Price, 31, of 337 Louisa St.; terroristic threats, simple assault and related offenses for allegedly punching Sandra Bodle several times in his car and threatened to use a firearm during a disturbance outside her home in the 1800 block of Hazel Drive in Loyalsock Township on Jan. 16; released on $25,000 bail; in a second case, Price is charged by state police with one count of possession of marijuana at East Third Street and Westminster Drive last Dec. 22; released on $2,500 bail in this incident.

• James Edward Nottingham, 52, formerly of Wolf Township and now serving a lengthy sentence at the State Correctional Institution at Camp Hill; the county’s District Attorney’s Office; felony perjury for allegedly giving conflicting testimony under oath on two occasions during a trial at the county courthouse; first on Nov. 1 and again on June 26; jailed in lieu of $10,000 bail.