5 face charges in Tioga County

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

• Ian Haines, 26, 54 S. Main St., Mansfield, faces charges of possession with intent to deliver marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, delivery of a controled substance and criminal use of a communications device following an incident in which the Tioga County Narcotic Enforcement Unit set up a controlled purchase of marijuana using a confidential information on two occassions, according to the district attorney’s office. A search warrant yielded 1.5 pounds of marijuana allegedly at Haines’ residence, according to court documents. He was arraigned on Oct. 31 to county prison with bail set at $100,000 and has a preliminary hearing scheduled for Nov. 8 before District Judge James E. Carlson.

• Amy Elizabeth Orr, 32,1438 Elk Run Road, Gaines, faces charges of possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia following an incident in which Gaines Township Police had a search warrant to search Orr’s home after another incident involving a theft of gift cards from a wedding Orr attended, and during the search, police discovered marijuna, pipes and grinders, according to court documents. She was issued a summons to appear at a scheduled Nov. 28 preliminary hearing before District Judge Robert L. Repard.

• Keaton Donald Baker, 20, 40 E. Main St., Galeton, faces charges of disorderly conduct, corruption of minors, furnishing alcohol to minors and possession of drug paraphernalia following an incident in which Wellsboro police responded to a noise complaint at Baker’s residence in Wellsboro, according to court documents. Allegedly, there were multiple minors consuming alcohol with marijuana and various items of drug use at the residence, according to court documents. Dakotah A. Abplanalp, 19, 5 E. Delmar Meadows, Wellsboro, faces charges of corruption of minors, consumption of alcohol by a minor and possession of drug paraphernalia following the same incident in which he was allegedly a participant at the party at Baker’s residence, according to court documents. They were both issued a summons to appear at a Dec. 12 preliminary hearing before District Judge Robert L. Repard.

• Patricia Dawn Dillin, 23, 120 Canada Road, Covington, faces charges of theft by unlawful taking and receiving stolen property following an incident in which Dillin, who was employed to assist the elderly and disabled in their homes, allegedly took $30 from a victim’s residence, according to court documents. She was issued a summons to appear at a Nov. 15 preliminary hearing before District Judge James E. Carlson.