14 charged with various offenses
Fourteen people have been charged with various offenses, according to court records. Those charged and the law enforcement agencies involved were:
• Convicted child sex offender Coty Quiggle, 22, of 5006 Lycoming Creek Road, Cogan Station; state police; failure to register new address and update his employment status with state authorities within the required amount of time as required by law in mid-October; while he carried the Cogan Station address, he actually was living in Danville, police alleged; jailed in lieu of $15,000 bail.
• Michael Frantz, 40, of 2201 Green Valley Road, Hughesville; state police; terroristic threats, possession of an instrument of crime, simple assault, criminal trespassing and harassment for allegedly threatening to kill Joseph Snyder with a crossbow after Snyder caught him trespassing on his property in Penn Township on Oct. 25; released on $25,000 bail.
• Bryan Bills, 27, of Liberty; state police; DUI on Hemlock Lane in Cogan House Township on Oct. 4; his blood-alcohol content level was .22; sent a summons to appear before a district judge.
• Bree Holmes, 41, of 1019 Penn St.; state police; DUI on Route 15 in Old Lycoming Township on Sept. 8; her blood-alcohol content level was .32; sent a summons to appear before a district judge.
• Isaiah Escobar, 19, of Elizabethtown; Pennsylvania College of Technology police; theft, receiving stolen property and access device fraud for allegedly failing to turn in Torin Shellhammer’s wallet after he found it in the hallway in the college’s Lancaster Hall on Aug. 22; he then allegedly used Shellhammer’s debit card, which he found in the wallet, to make two purchases totaling $115; the victims wall was found in Escobar’s dorm room, police said; both are students at the college; Escobar released on $2,500 bail.
• Precious Counsil, 32, of 415 Hastings St., South Williamsport; state police; DUI and careless driving at East Third and Mulberry streets in the city on Aug. 17; her blood-alcohol content level was .14; released on $5,000 bail.
• Austin White, 18, of 6805 Route 118, Lairdsville; state police; possession with intent to deliver nine oxycodone pills and related offenses at his home in Franklin Township Aug. 14; released on $50,000 bail.
• Andrew Thompson, 37, of 1504 W. Fourth St; Bryheem Bradshaw, also 37, of 641 Fourth Ave.; the county’s Narcotics Enforcement Unit; possession with intent to deliver heroin and related charges; along with Stephen Russell, 36, of 2305 Reed St.; conspiracy to deliver heroin and illegal use of a cellphone for their alleged involvement in a drug sale at First Avenue and Park Place in the city on July 2; Bradshaw is jailed in lieu of $75,000 bail; Thompson is free on $25,000 bail while Russell is free on $50,000 bail; Russell faces a second set of drug charges filed by the narcotics unit, including possession with intent to deliver heroin at West Fourth and Berger streets in the city on July 10.
• Seneca Mitchell Jr., 18, of 2331 Dove St.; city police; theft and receiving stolen property for allegedly stealing Steven Wacker’s bicycle from the 700 block of Diamond Street on June 14; released on $2,500 bail.
• Roland Zerbe, 24, formerly of the 900 block of Cemetery Street but now homeless; possession of controlled substances without a prescription (49 pills of seroquel and one pill of acetaminophen) and possession of drug paraphernalia in the 1100 block of East Penn Street in Muncy Creek Township on April 29; jailed in lieu of $10,000 bail.
• Cody Benyo, 27, of Millville; state police; possession with intent to deliver methamphetamines and related offenses for his alleged involvement in drugs sales; one in the first block of West Houston Avenue in Montgomery on March 25 and another in the 2100 block of Route 442 in Clarkstown on April 4; jailed in lieu of $90,000 bail.
• Tiffany Sellers, 30, of 38 W. Houston Ave., Montgomery; state police; possession with intent to deliver methamphetamines and related offenses for her alleged involvement in drug sales that occurred at her home on Jan. 18 and again Jan. 24; jailed in lieu of $90,000 bail.