Special probation ordered after crash
WELLSBORO — Duane Oluwadare, of Maple Manor, Rm. 321A, Mansfield University, was sentenced to 12 months special probation for unauthorized use of a motor vehicle during Tioga County Court proceedings Monday.
According to court documents, Oluwadare took a 2002 Honda Civic belonging to Apolinar Gore and crashed it at the Mansfield Veterans Park July 22, damaging the grass and knocking over a speed limit sign.
He also must pay $11,997 in restitution and court costs.
Man faces prison for driving charge
WELLSBORO — Trevor D. McCoon, 44, of 153 Rumsey Hill Road, Mansfield, was sentenced to 15 months to five years in state prison for driving under the influence of intoxicants, his third conviction in 10 years, in Tioga County Court Monday. He also pleaded guilty to criminal mischief, a summary offense.
According to court documents, McCoon must also pay $3,577 in fines and court costs, and lost his driving privileges for 18 months. He also is subject to the Pennsylvania Ignition Interlock Law for one year.
On Oct. 7, state police pulled him over at Benedict Lane and Benson Avenue following a report of criminal mischief at the Long View Trailer Park, Roseville.
House arrest ordered for drunken driving
WELLSBORO — John M. Behm, 37, of 4723 Cherry Flats Road, was sentenced to six months intermediate punishment for driving under the influence of intoxicants, his second conviction in 10 years.
According to Tioga County Court documents, Behm must serve the first one day to 30 days under house arrest/electronic monitoring, and the remainder on probation. He also lost his driving privileges for 12 months, is subject to the Pennsylvania Ignition Interlock Law and must pay a total of $1,854 in fines and court costs.
He was charged by Westfield borough police after a Dec. 21 traffic stop for speeding on West Main Street in that borough.
Probation ordered on driving charges
WELLSBORO — Four people were placed on special probation for driving under the influence of intoxicants during Tioga County Court proceedings this week. They are:
• Jason Mohn, 26, of Lebanon, nine months plus a 30-day driver’s license suspension and $1,357 in fines and court costs. He was charged by borough police following a Nov. 4 traffic stop on Tioga Street.
• Barbara A. Watkins, 42, of 133 Lynd St., Blossburg, for 12 months plus a 60-day driver’s license suspension and $1,707 in fines and court costs. She was charged by Blossburg police following am Oct. 14 traffic crash on Ogdensburg Road, Hamilton Township.
• Joshua L. Bolt, 29, of 2063 Tioga River Road, Lawrenceville, for 12 months plus a 60-day driver’s license suspension plus $1,707 in fines and fees. He was charged by state police after a caller reported a suspected drunk driver driving on a flat tire. The location was not specified.
• Zachary Rogers, 21, of 1035 Ashley Hill Road, Mansfield, for nine months plus a total of $1,357 in fines and fees. He was charged by state police following a traffic stop for speeding on Route 15 in Richmond Township on Nov. 21.
Woman gets probation for identity theft
WELLSBORO — Rebecca J. Boyden, 28, of 149 Milk Plant Road, Liberty, was sentenced to 36 months probation for identity theft in Tioga County Court this week.
According to court documents, Boyden also must pay $38,668 in restitution to Chase Bank and Bank of America plus court costs.
Between Nov. 1, 2004 and March 6, 2007, state police charged that Boyden used her father’s name and Social Security number to obtain three credit cards, two from Chase and one from Bank of America.
She proceeded to run up a total of $24,455 on the two Chase cards and $14,213 on the Bank of America card.
She hid the fact that she had indebted her father by having the statements mailed to her address, and when she could no longer make the payments, the banks called him, authorities said.
Man gets probation for dog law violation
WELLSBORO — Scott Fay, 57, of 15781 Route 287, Tioga, was sentenced to nine months special probation, plus $779 in court costs for violating the state’s dog law.
According to Tioga County Court documents, on July 3, the state dog warden, Ron Adams charged that Fay had 184 dogs at the Bear Creek Kennels, Bear Creek Road, Tioga RR 1, when he was only licensed to have 150.