Man accused of selling stolen metal
Daniel Cyril Morgret, who will turn 40 this week, of South Williamsport, has been charged with two counts of receiving stolen property for allegedly selling stolen scrap metal to two area businesses, according to state police.
Police have accused Morgret, of 1511 W. Southern Ave., with selling 54 pounds of stolen scrap to Penn Recycling on Trenton Avenue in the city March 13. He also allegedly sold stolen scrap metal to Staiman's on Hepburn Street in the city for $1,171 between late November and late March, police said.
Following his recent arraignment before District Judge James Carn, Morgret was released on $12,500 bail.
Police: Woman took landlord's washer, dryer
Chesney Anne Wheeler, 34, of 195 Pine Summit Road, has been charged with theft and receiving stolen property for allegedly stealing a washer and dryer from 450 Colvin Road during the week of May 13, according to Old Lycoming Township police said. The property is owned by Janet Hall.
Wheeler, who recently moved out of the Colvin Road house, has been sent a summons to appear before District Judge James H. Sortman.
Man accused of punching woman
Thomas Earl Liberti, 46, of 304 Youngs Road, Linden, has been charged by state police with simple assault and harassment for allegedly punching his girlfriend, Felicia D. Burget, at 55 Harvest Moon Park in Woodward Township on May 30.
Following his arraignment later that night before District Judge James H. Sortman, Liberti was committed to Lycoming County Prison in lieu of $10,000 bail.
Man accused of attacking neighbor
More charges continue to mount against Bryan A. Yaggie, the 31-year-old city man who was arrested last month on charges of allegedly assaulting and robbing two teenage boys near the South Williamsport side of the Susquehanna River Walk.
Jailed since that incident on May 21, Yaggie, of 351 Academy St., now faces charges of simple assault and harassment for allegedly striking neighbor Albert Joseph Miller several times in the head during an argument the two men had on the night of April 26, police said.
The argument started in Yaggie's home and continued in Miller's on East Willow Street, police said. Miller was treated at Williamsport Regional Medical Center for head injuries, police said.
Already incarcerated in lieu of $200,000 for the robbery in borough, Yaggie was arraigned before District Judge Allen P. Page III on June 6 and recommitted in lieu of an additional $10,000 bail.
Police: Man sent terroristic texts
MONTGOMERY - Enraged that the county's Children and Youth Department was conducting an investigation into him, Christian Vincent Evangelista texted family members that "My hate and rage is deep in my veins. I have serious intentions to kill," state police alleged in an affidavit.
"Anyone who stands in my way will go down in flames. The hate is in me, and they will feel my pain," Evangelista allegedly said in the text message that was sent late last month from his home at 8987 Route 4056, police said.
Charged with terroristic threats, Evangelista was arraigned before District Judge Jon E. Kemp on May 31 and committed to the Lycoming County Prison in lieu of $50,000 bail. He has since been released.
20-year-old accused of stealing motorcycle
JERSEY SHORE - Joshua David Vroman, 20, of South Williamsport, faces felony charges for allegedly stealing a 2000 Suzuki motorcycle from the 800 block of Windswept Drive in Piatt Township sometime between May 5 and May 12, state police said.
He was caught on May 13 in the area of South Pine Run and Youngs roads on May 13, police said. The cycle is owned by Jeffrey Bailey Sims, police said.
Charged with theft and receiving stolen property, Vroman remains jailed in the Lycoming County Prison in lieu of $20,000 bail.
Man, 21, accused of assaulting woman
A Hepburnville-area man was incarcerated on assault-related charges and other matters after allegedly pushing his girlfriend out of his car, then striking her with the passenger door, city police said.
Zachary Thomas Harlan, 21, formerly of Montoursville, has been charged with simple assault, harassment and reckless driving as a result of the incident involving Sheena Eisworth in the 900 block of Arch Street about 2 a.m. May 26, police said.
After putting the car in reverse, Harlan pushed out the woman, police said. He then put the car in drive, striking Eisworth with the passenger door while she was on the ground, police said in an affidavit.
Harlan, of 309 Koch-Horn Lane, Cogan Station, was placed in the Lycoming County Prison the next day on a bench warrant from the county's domestic relations office. Following his arraignment before District Judge James Carn on May 28, he was recommitted in lieu of $15,000 bail.