Five state prison inmates face new set of charges

MUNCY — In separate cases, five inmates at the state Correctional Institution at Muncy were arraigned last week on various state police charges for offenses they allegedly committed at the prison at 6454 Route 405, according to court records filed at the office of District Judge Jon E. Kemp.

Those charged and the offenses against them were:

• Alicia Pape, 37, who had multiple addresses throughout the commonwealth including Warren and Greensburg; possession of suboxone and contraband on Aug. 30; recommitted in lieu $25,000 bail.

• Katelynn Harvey, 23, of Beaver Falls and Erie; possession of an instrument of crime and possession of weapon or implement for escape for allegedly making a shank-type weapon that was made with scissor blades and fastened to a pen that was nine inches in length on Aug. 17; she admitted that she would use it on “any inmate who attacked her,” investigators alleged in court papers; recommitted in lieu of $35,000 bail.

• Danielle Dill, 33, of Elizabethtown; possession of two packets of fentanyl and contraband on April 27; recommitted in lieu of $25,000 bail.

• Nancy Ryan, 42, of Ephrata; possession of controlled substances and contraband for having a bag filled with 35 pills that were three different drugs for which she had no prescription on April 18; recommitted in lieu of $25,000 bail.

• Lindsay Gruss, 38, of Johnstown; possession of two bags of heroin, possession of drug paraphernalia and contraband on April 18; jailed in lieu of $25,000 bail.


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