Woman allegedly trashed apartment on High?Street
A 21-year-old city woman faces charges for allegedly breaking into another woman's High Street apartment on the afternoon of July 2, city police said.
Before Brianna Marie Slacum, of 1121 Washington Blvd., and four other women forced their way into Ebony Teeter's apartment at 422 High St., Slacum sent a text message to Teeter that read "I'm going to knock you out," police said.
Once inside the apartment, Slacum and the other women began "smashing windows, kitchen appliances, tables, the television set and other items," police said.
The group then fled the scene, police said
Slacum turned herself in on Tuesday and was arraigned before District Judge Jerry C. Lepley on charges of burglary, felony trespassing, criminal mischief and harassment. She was released on $15,000 bail.
Student charged with assault
HUGHESVILLE - Hughesville High School student Matthew Daniel Herr, 19, of 580 Dark Hollow Road, has been charged with simple assault and harassment for allegedly striking a 17-year-old student in gym class at the school on April 29, according to the East Lycoming School District police officer.
Police allege Herr punched the victim in the head. The victim suffered a concussion and facial fractures, police said.
Herr waived his preliminary hearing last week before District Judge Jon E. Kemp and was released on $2,500 bail.
Accused robber lands in jail
Khaleef Jamal Lewis, 19, of 843 High St., has been jailed on charges stemming from his alleged involvement in robbing two men minutes apart in the 300 block of West Third Street on June 1.
In one holdup, Lewis allegedly struck Zebulon Keefer in the back of the head with a baseball bat, police said. Lewis was allegedly with a second man who he told to "check his (Keefer's) pockets," but Keefer managed to run to police headquarters before anything was stolen.
In the other robbery, Lewis allegedly stole a cellphone, chewing tobacco and some loose change from Timothy Laudenslager, police said.
Arraigned recently before District Judge James Carn on charges of robbery, simple assault, theft, and receiving stolen property, Lewis remains jailed in the Lycoming County Prison in lieu of $150,000 bail.
Alleged false statements made during attempt to buy gun
SALLADASBURG - Eric James Condo, 26, of 355 Main St., has been arrested for allegedly making a false statement on a Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms form when he attempted to purchase a handgun at Cohick's Trading Post on Main Street last Oct. 7, state police said.
Charged with illegal attempt of sale or transfer of a firearm and making unsworn falsification to authorities, Condo was arraigned last week before District Judge Jerry C. Lepley and released on $20,000 bail.