3 charged with drunken driving
WELLSBORO - Three people were charged recently with driving under the influence of intoxicants. According to documents filed at District Judges Rob Repard and James Carlson's offices, they are:
Jason T. Comeaux, 28, of Youngsville, La., charged by borough police after he crashed his truck on Tioga Street July 30. He was jailed in lieu of $10,000 bail and his preliminary hearing set for Tuesday.
Karl M. Brown, 63, of 186 Horn Hill Road, Morris, charged by state police after he crashed his car June 18 on Route 287 at Route 287 in Morris Township. He was issued a summons to appear.
Pete D. Smith, 31, of 907 Morris Run Road, Blossburg, charged by state police following a traffic stop on Morris Run Road, Hamilton Township, July 1. He was issued a summons to appear.
Woman charged with criminal trespass
MANSFIELD - Sheila J. Packard, 19, of 798 Laurel Hill Road, Gillett, was charged with criminal trespass by state police recently.
According to documents filed at District Judge James Carlson's office, Packard drove with another person to the home of Michelle A. Rice at 3493 Route 549, Rutland Township, on May 10.
Her passenger left the vehicle with Packard parked in the driveway and, while Packard waited, Rice came out and told her to leave, police said. Packard said she didn't want to leave without the person she had taken there, police said.
She was issued a summons for a preliminary hearing Aug. 29.
Man charged after fighting with brother
MANSFIELD - Matthew M. Campbell, 26, of 656 S. Main St., was charged recently by state police with aggravated assault, resisting arrest and disorderly conduct following a fight in the front yard of his home on Aug. 1.
According to documents filed at District Judge James Carlson's office, when police arrived, they found Campbell fighting in the yard with his brother, Joshua.
Police said he refused to stop when ordered and had to be taken to the ground by an officer, continuing to kick and flail after he was handcuffed. He then attempted to headbutt another officer and spit at him once at the emergency room of Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hospital in Wellsboro, police said.
Campbell was released on $1,500 bail and his preliminary hearing was held Wednesday.