Attempted assault by tire iron alleged
MANSFIELD - Andrew M. Evans, 21, of 111 Pickle Hill Road, was charged by borough police with simple assault and criminal attempt to commit assault for allegedly threatening a man with a tire iron last fall.
According to documents filed with District Judge James Carlson, Evans allegedly sped into the Mansfield Village Apartment complex on Orebed Road on Nov. 30, parked improperly and walked in the grass instead of on the sidewalk.
When apartment manager Brian Aumick confronted him about the violations, Evans allegedly grabbed a tire iron out of the car, coming at Aumick while using profanity and threatening to "knock his head off." He then allegedly left the complex, spinning his tires and saying, "I will see you downtown."
He was issued a summons to appear at a Feb. 20 preliminary hearing.
Man charged with possession of heroin
MANSFIELD - Michael A. Boylan, 46, of York, was charged by state police with possession of heroin.
According to documents filed with District Judge James Carlson, Boylan also was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia after an ambulance was dispatched to 1414 Canoe Camp Creek Road, Richmond Township, last March 23, where Boylan was found unresponsive by the owners in their home. According to police, in plain view with the open door were two blue packets containing heroin, a burned spoon and two syringes.
Boylan allegedly said he had injected five packets but had purchased 16 total packets in Williamsport. He was issued a summons to appear at a preliminary hearing March 13.
Man charged with theft to feed drug habit
WELLSBORO - Andrew T. Mervervio, 21, of 19 Burton Hill Road, was charged by borough police with theft after he allegedly stole from his employer to "feed his addiction."
According to documents filed at District Judge Rob Repard's office, Mervervio, who was an employee at the Horse Shoe Inn, 68 Tioga St., took $400 in cash from the cash bag located behind the bar on Dec. 21. Police said he has a known addiction and admitted taking the money for his addiction problem.
Man charged with writing bad checks
MANSFIELD - Todd A. Jayne, 42, of 7877 Route 549, Millerton, was charged by borough police with theft by deception and three counts of bad checks after allegedly writing bad checks to the local fire department. According to documents filed at District Judge James Carlson's office, Jayne wrote three checks totaling $278 on a closed account made out to the Mansfield Hose Co.
He was issued a summons to appear at a Feb. 27 preliminary hearing.