8 charged with various criminal offenses

Eight people have been charged with various criminal offenses, according to court records. Those charged and the law enforcement agencies involved were:

• Quodrice Hendrix, 28, of Lewisburg; (also known as “Drizzy”); city police; strangulation and simple assault following disturbance with his girlfriend (not identified) in her apartment at 609 Cherry St. on Jan. 30; jailed in lieu of $150,000 bail.

• Christopher McCann, 47, of 2598 Rauchtown Road, Jersey Shore; state police; felony receiving stolen property. felony carrying a firearm without a license, DUI and careless driving following an incident on Route 15 and the Foy Avenue interchange on Jan. 25; a stolen handgun owned by Charles Blakla was found in the trunk of McCann’s car; this was McCann’s second DUI arrest; released on $25,000 bail.

• Nichole Gilliard, 26, of 750 W. Edwin St.; Montoursville police; DUI of marijuana, possession of marijuana and driving with a suspended license in the 300 block of Walnut Street on Nov. 15; released on $5,000 bail.

• Michael Getgen, 51, of 742 Second St.; state police; DUI and careless driving at Via Bella and William Street in the city on Nov. 9; “I’m not going to lie, sir. I’m a little bit buzzed,”; blood-alcohol content level .12; released on $5,000 bail.

• Todd Peirce, 50, of Blossburg; state police; DUI and careless driving at Third and Market streets in the city on Nov. 3; refused to provide blood sample; released on $5,000 bail.

• Christopher Hampton, 38, of 537 Clinton St, South Williamsport; state police; DUI and careless driving at Church and Pine streets in the city on Oct. 14; released $5,000 bail.

• Trevor Capozzi, 24, of Tonawanda, New York; DUI Task Force; DUI of marijuana in the 100 block of Market Street in South Williamsport on Oct. 5; released on $5,000 bail.

• James Stutzman, 39, of 1410 St. James Place; state police; felony theft and receiving stolen property for allegedly stealing Native American artifacts, estimated valued of $34,000, from a shed on the property of Richard Tebbs in the 200 block of Hiller Road in Fairfield Township during the summer of 2018; at the time Stutzman was doing contract work at Tebbs’ property; released on $25,000 bail; Stutzman admitted to stealing the items because he thought no one would miss them, police said.