7 people charged with various crimes
Seven people have been charged with various criminal offenses, according to court records. Those charged and the police departments involved were:
• Larry L. Thomas Jr., 24, of 410 Anthony St., along with Noah P. Walker, 19, and Corey Williams, 28, both of Philadelphia; city police; possession with intent to deliver six bags of heroin and related offenses at Thomas’ home on Sunday afternoon; all three jailed in lieu of $150,000 bail each.
• Lex Dustin Call, 22, homeless; city police; simple assault, disorderly conduct and harassment following a disturbance at DiSalvo’s, 341 E. Fourth St., where he allegedly punched an employee in the face about 11 p.m. Saturday; jailed in lieu of $10,000 bail; the employee was treated at the hospital for an injury that bled profusely at the scene.
• Darven R. Moore Jr., 19, of 810 Wildwood Blvd.; city police; sexual abuse of children, unlawful dissemination of intimate images, corrupting the morals of a minor and harassment for allegedly displaying nude images and a sexual video of a teenage minor on social media on Saturday; jailed in lieu of $99,000 bail.
• Mark Keith Desmond Jr., 37, of Shippensberg, state police; terroristic threats and assault-related charges following a disturbance at his mother’s home at 2461 Lycoming Creek Road on May 30 in which he allegedly pushed his mother, Sharon, and another family member, Scott Schaedler, to the ground; he was enraged, demanding more beer; he also threatened to burn down his motherás home if police were called; jailed in lieu of $15,000 bail.
• Linda Jean Street, 43, of 2206 Spring Garden St.; Old Lycoming Township police; felony shoplifting after she was caught allegedly trying to steal $132 worth of merchandise from the Weis Market, 1916 Lycoming Creek Road, on May 30; this was her third shoplifting arrest; jailed in lieu of $15,000 bail.
• Tyler Scott Turner, 23, of Watsontown; Muncy police; felony theft, receiving stolen property and carrying a firearm without a license for allegedly stealing ex-girlfriend Amanda Bridges’ handgun from 201 Penn St. on May 27; released on $35,000 bail.
• Arilyn Marie Kurtz, 34, of 394 Route 973 West, Cogan Station; felony shoplifting and theft following an incident at Dollar General, 2062 Lycoming Creek Road, on May 22, when she allegedly removed merchandise from shelves, turned in the items claiming they were purchased and demanding a refund; she received a gift card which she used to buy cigarettes on that day as well as two days later when she returned to the store; this was her fourth shoplifting arrest; released on $25,000 bail.