Man faces 3 counts of theft, receiving stolen property
HUGHESVILLE - When her nephew was "getting out of rehab" in 2012, Mary Collins wanted to help out the 24-year-old man by taking him into her Wolf Township home at 152 Boak Ave, state police said.
She had hoped to keep the nephew, Levi Michael Shoemaker, "out of trouble," police said.
However, Shoemaker, now has been charged with allegedly stealing jewelry and coins from the home Collins shares with her boyfriend, Charles Smith, police said. Shoemaker is alleged to have stolen the items last May.
Shoemaker also is alleged to have stolen jewelry from two other homes, police said. He is accused of stealing jewelry from the home Randy and Jeri Shoemaker, while he stayed at the couple's home while they were on vacation in late May, police said. Police did not say if he was a relative of theirs. They are neighbors of Collins.
Police also allege that Levi Shoemaker stole jewelry from the home of Gerald Smith and Amy Egli on Laidecker Road in Moreland Township while attending a Memorial Day party there.
Charged with three counts each of theft and receiving stolen property, Levi Shoemaker has been sent a summons to appear before District Judge Jon E. Kemp.
Admitted drug user faces theft charges
HUGHESVILLE - An admitted heroin and crack cocaine addict faces charges for selling a Playstation console that he stole in a burglary in Wolf Township, state police alleged in court papers.
Police have accused Casey Michael Stidfole, 22, of Watsontown, with stealing the Playstation, 10 video games and 30 DVDs from Joseph Little's home at 152 Boak Ave. on July 22. He then sold the Playstation to Elite Games for $90, police said.
Already incarcerated on a probation violation, Stidfole recently was arraigned before District Judge Jon E. Kemp on charges of burglary, felony trespassing, theft, receiving stolen property and theft by deception. He was recommitted to the Lycoming County Prison in lieu of $75,000 bail.
Woman faces shoplifting charges
PENNSDALE - A 30-year-old Montgomery woman turned herself in last week to face Muncy Township police charges of allegedly shoplifting at three Lycoming Mall stores, according to court records.
Nicole Marie Reynolds, of 25 Penn St., was nabbed at Sears allegedly trying to steal $544 of merchandise on Oct. 19, police said.
At the time, she had in her possession merchandise she allegedly stole from two other mall stores, Aeropostale and Old Navy, police said.
An admitted heroin addict, Reynolds was arraigned last week before District Judge Jon E. Kemp on charges of misdemeanor shoplifting and receiving, and released on $20,000 bail.
2 woman face
MUNCY - Two Dollar General employees have been charged with allegedly stealing from the North Washington Street business, according to borough police.
Renee Archeval, 29, of 8 N. Market St., is alleged to have stolen $200 in cash and estimated $100 in drinks, snacks and cigarettes between September and November, police said.
Archeval admitted to police that she took the cash and merchandise because she "was broke and her food stamps had been cut," according to an officer's affidavit.
Another employee, Kara A. Stackhouse, 26, of Dallas, is alleged to have stolen $100 from the store in mid-December, police said. She admitted to officers that she stole the cash to "feed her drug addiction," police said.
Both women have been charged with theft and receiving stolen property, and have been sent summonses to appear before District Judge Jon E. Kemp.
Watsontown man facing theft charges
PENNSDALE - Dick's Sporting Goods salesman Nathan Park Longnecker, 25, of Watsontown, has been charged with theft and receiving stolen property for allegedly stealing $150 worth of merchandise from the business during the months of October and November, Muncy Township police said.
He has been sent a summons to appear District Judge on Jon E. Kemp.
Man faces DUI,
MONTGOMERY - A 24-year-old motorist faces charges for striking a gasoline pump at the Uni-Mart on South Main Street while allegedly drunk on Oct. 5, according to borough police.
Following the crash, Logan Scott McHenry, of 1980 Route 405, Muncy, fled the scene, but officers caught up with him minutes later at Route 405 and Brick Church Road, police said.
Damage to the pump was estimated at $1,043, police said.
Charged with driving under the influence of intoxicants and accidents involving damage to unattended property (hit-run), McHenry has been sent a summons to appear before District Judge Jon E. Kemp.