Criminal charges filed:

lDaniel S. Greenawalt, 49, Clarion.

Charged with manufacture, delivery or possession with intent to manufacture or deliver and conspiracy to manufacture, deliver or possession with intent to manufacture or deliver, both felonies, possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia, both misdemeanors at 10:55 a.m. May 17 in Clarion Borough.

Clarion County Detective Roger E. Wright and Clarion Borough Police Officer Neil Kemmer were dispatched to a residence on South Sixth Avenue to assist Clarion County Probation.

A resident of the apartment was allegedly reported smoking methamphetamine in the presence of a juvenile.

Probation officers conducted a search of the premises and allegedly located a silver digital pocket scale, a cigarette box containing several small blue and green balloons, a silver smoking pipe and a small plastic bag containing crystal methamphetamine.

Greenawalt allegedly admitted to being aware of the methamphetamine and advised officers it belonged to him.

The bag of methamphetamine weighed 5.6699 grams.

Filed by Wright.

lDouglas Lee Hannold, 40, Corsica.

Charged with simple assault, a second-degree misdemeanor and a summary charge of harassment May 25 in Clarion Township.

Tina Marie Matthews reported to state police Tpr. Timothy Reilly a physical altercation allegedly occurred between her and her boyfriend Hannold.

Matthews allegedly stated Hannold got upset, picked her up and threw her to the ground causing her face to be struck off a coffee table.

Hannold allegedly then kicked Matthews, picked her up again and threw her on to a couch.

Filed by Reilly.

lTina Marie Matthews, 47, Brookville.

Charged with simple assault, a second-degree misdemeanor May 25 in Clarion Township.

Matthews reported to state police Tpr. Timothy Reilly a physical altercation allegedly occurred between her and her boyfriend Hannold.

Matthews allegedly scratched Hannold's face which caused him to sustain a laceration making him bleed.

Filed by Reilly.

lJoseph S. Iwanczuk, 37, Corsica.

Charged with driving under the influence of alcohol, a misdemeanor, criminal mischief, a third-degree misdemeanor and summary charges of harassment, disorderly conduct, careless driving and reckless driving at 10:41 p.m. May 26 in Clarion Township.

State police Tpr. Marc S. Hunsberger responded to a report by a witness of Iwanczuk allegedly yelling outside a residence, bleeding and stumbling then getting into a vehicle and driving away.

Hunsberger allegedly observed the described vehicle traveling at a high rate of speed in the same residential area and initiated a traffic stop.

Hunsberger allegedly detected a strong odor of alcohol on Iwanczuk.

A breathalyzer determined Iwanczuk had a positive presence of alcohol in his system and failed field sobriety tests.

Iwanczuk refused a blood test.

Filed by Hunsberger.

lChristopher M. Kline, 28, Oil City.

Charge with issuing a $200 bad check as a misdemeanor March 12 to the Strattanville American Legion in Strattanville Borough; and

Issuing a $200 bad check as a misdemeanor March 19 to the Strattanville American Legion in Strattanville Borough.

Issuing a bad check becomes a misdemeanor if it's more than $200 or if it's a defendant's third offense within a year.

Filed by the Strattanville American Legion.

lJohn Paul Amaya Romero, 19, Silver Springs, Mo.

Charged with driving under the influence of a controlled substance and possession of marijuana, both misdemeanors and a summary charge of failing to stop at a stop sign at 12:44 a.m. Nov. 16, 2017 in Clarion Borough.

Clarion Borough Police Officer Justin C. Miller pulled over a vehicle for allegedly failing to stop at a stop sign on South Street.

Miller allegedly detected an odor of marijuana on Romero.

Miller allegedly observed a leafy green material on Romero's lap.

Romero allegedly denied marijuana being in the vehicle but admitted to smoking marijuana earlier in the day.

A search of the vehicle allegedly found a small bud of marijuana, rolling papers and a blunt.

Romero failed field sobriety tests and a blood test established Romero tested positive for THC.

Filed by Miller.

lJohn Michael Shingledecker, 27, Clarion.

Charged with manufacture, delivery or possession with intent to manufacture or deliver, a felony, two counts of possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia, all misdemeanors and a summary charge of operating a vehicle without a valid inspection May 3 in Clarion Borough.

Clarion County Detective Roger E. Wright allegedly observed Shingledecker asleep in his vehicle at the Clarion pool.

Upon approaching the vehicle Wright allegedly observed a glass smoking pipe on the floor between Shingledecker's feet and a clear plastic case open on the passenger seat with a digital scale in the case.

Clarion Borough Police Officer Neil Kemmer arrived to assist and a search of the vehicle was conducted.

The search allegedly found a vial of crystal methamphetamine, a plastic case, a digital pocket scale, a silver wallet containing several plastic bags, a silver can with a plastic bag of marijuana, glass smoking pipes, plastic containers with white residue, an orange pill and half a yellow pill and a plastic tube with an unidentified liquid.

Shingledecker allegedly admitted to selling methamphetamine and stated he was scheduled to make a delivery when Wright found him sleeping in his car.

Filed by Wright.

lRicky Glenn Wright, 32, Strattanville.

Charged with criminal trespass, a third-degree felony and harassment with communication repeatedly in another manner, a third-degree misdemeanor at X June 4 in Strattanville Borough.

State police Tpr. Timothy J. Reilly was dispatched to a residence on Ridge Avenue for a report of trespassing.

The victim allegedly stated Wright entered the residence without permission and refused to leave after being informed several times to do so.

The victim also stated Wright continues to contact her on multiple occasions and he has entered her home before without permission.

Filed by Reilly.

lMalachi Aaron Kahle, 20, Summerville.

Charged with possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia, both misdemeanors and summary charges of purchasing or consuming alcohol as a minor and loud, disturbing, unnecessary noise at 1:22 a.m. May 19 in Clarion Borough.

Clarion Borough Police Officer Evan T. Maxwell was dispatched to a residence on Greenville Avenue for a domestic complaint.

The complainant allegedly stated her neighbors were arguing loudly with potential of harming each other or themselves.

Clarion Borough Police Officer Richard F. Foust and Clarion University Public Safety Officer Joshua D. Guntrum arrived to assist.

Occupants could allegedly be heard inside the apartment but no one answered the door.

It was determined officers would enter the residence under exigent circumstances to verify the occupants' safety.

Once inside it was discovered the occupants had allegedly fled through a window onto an outside staircase.

A significant amount of drug paraphernalia was in plain view and items were seized as evidence.

The landlord confirmed the tenant as Kahle.

Kahle was brought to the Clarion Borough police station by his parents where he allegedly admitted to exiting the window to flee.

Filed by Maxwell.

lKayla M. Scheffner, 21, Erie.

Charged with driving under the influence of alcohol, a misdemeanor and summary charges of not using a turn signal, no rear lights and disregarding a single lane of traffic at 1:37 a.m. May 6 in Clarion Borough.

Clarion Borough Police Officer Christopher L. Fox pulled over a vehicle for allegedly not using a turn signal, having a non-functioning brake light and failing to maintain a single lane of traffic on South Fifth Avenue.

Fox allegedly detected an odor of alcohol on Scheffner.

Scheffner allegedly denied consuming alcohol prior to driving and failed field sobriety tests.

Scheffner refused a breathalyzer test.

A blood test established Scheffner had a blood alcohol content level of .171 percent.

Filed by Fox.

lLexi Kay Champion, 25, Strattanville.

Charged with driving under the influence of alcohol, a misdemeanor and a summary charge of failure to obey a traffic control device at 12:44 a.m. May 5 in Clarion Borough.

Clarion Borough Police Officer Evan T. Maxwell pulled over a vehicle for allegedly sitting at a green light then pulling into the intersection when the light turned red at the intersection of Fifth Avenue and Main Street.

Maxwell allegedly detected an odor of alcohol on Champion.

Champion allegedly admitted to consuming alcohol prior to driving and failed field sobriety tests.

A blood test established Champion had a blood alcohol content level of .188 percent.

Filed by Maxwell.

lGarett Alan Zerbe, 24, Marble.

Charged with driving under the influence of alcohol, a misdemeanor and summary charges of driving the wrong way and failure to keep right at 12:44 a.m. May 17 in Clarion Borough.

Clarion Borough Police Officer William R. Scheckler, Sr. pulled over a vehicle for allegedly driving the wrong way on North Seventh Avenue, a one-way street, crossing the double yellow line on Main Street and making a wide turn.

Scheckler allegedly detected an odor of alcohol on Zerbe.

Zerbe allegedly admitted to having one beer earlier in the day and failed field sobriety tests.

A blood test established Zerbe had a blood alcohol content level of .238 percent.

Filed by Scheckler.

The following cases involve summary offenses punishable by up to a $300 fine and 90 days in jail upon conviction.

lTanya Kaufman, Clarion. Charged with violating the state mandatory school attendance law by allowing a child in her care to miss classes on 14 days between March 25 and May 9 in Clarion Borough. Filed by Clarion Area High School.

lMegan Michelle Culp, 40, Oil City. Charged with harassment (punched victim in chest) at 1:11 p.m. May 26 in Clarion Borough. Filed by Clarion Borough Police Officer Roger E. Wright.

The following cases were disposed of at Quinn's office.

lJohn Troese, Clarion. Pleaded guilty to violating the municipal ordinance for removing snow from sidewalks 11:11 a.m. Feb. 4 in Clarion Borough. Fine and costs total $199.

lAngel George, 29, Summerville. Charge of violating the state mandatory school attendance law by allowing a child in her care to miss classes on 4 days between Feb. 14 and March 6 in Clarion Township; and

Charge of violating the state mandatory school attendance law by allowing a child in her care to miss classes on 3 days between Feb. 20 and March 4 in Clarion Township were both dismissed June 5.

lAdam Anton Loblack, 33, Clarion. Pleaded guilty to public drunkenness at 2:34 a.m. May 19 in Clarion Borough. Fine and costs total $269.

lGeorge David Hunsberger, 46, Clarion. Pleaded guilty to retention of library property after notice to return May 22 in Clarion Borough. Fine and costs total $264.