Criminal charges filed:

lIsaac Lucas Conner, 25, Rimersburg. Charged with forgery and possessing instruments of crime, both first degree misdemeanors; and theft by deception, a third degree misdemeanor, at 5:41 a.m. on June 19 in Monroe Township.

Conner entered the drive through of the McDonalds located at 163 Perkins Road in Monroe Township at 5:41 a.m. Upon entering the drive through, Conner placed an order for food items valued at $9.51.

Conner then went to the checkout window and paid for his order with an alleged counterfeit U.S. $20 bill. He received $10.49 in valid U.S. currency as change, received the food items he ordered, and then fled the scene.

When Tpr. Jesse M. Kochara interviewed Conner later that day at the Family Dollar where Conner was a manager, Conner allegedly claimed he did not know the money he had given the cashier was counterfeit.

Kochara then asked Conner if he could search his wallet for any more counterfeit currency, to which Conner consented. During the search, Kochara found five more alleged counterfeit $20 bills on his person.

Conner allegedly related to Kochara after, that all Family Dollar employees are properly trained to identify counterfeit currency.

Filed by Kochara.

lJillian Dawn Judkins, 26, Clarion. Charged with retail theft, a first degree misdemeanor, at 3:09 p.m. on Sept. 3 in Monroe Township.

Tpr. Nicholas D. Gray responded to Walmart Supercenter in Monroe Township. A Walmart employee witnessed Judkins walk past the last point of sale without paying for all of the items she had in her shopping cart.

It was discovered Judkins did not pay for $269 worth of assorted merchandise. All assorted merchandise that was not paid for was recovered by Walmart. Filed by Gray.

lJacob Tyler Hook, 21, New Bethlehem. Charged with statutory sexual assault, a second-degree felony; one count of corruption of minors as a third-degree felony; and two counts of corruption of minors as first-degree misdemeanors, on Aug. 21 in Farmington Township.

On Sept. 3, Tpr. Jacob Snyder and Cpl. Troy Owen were dispatched to a residence located along Lake Lucy Road, Tionesta, in regard to a statutory sexual assault investigation.

During the course of the investigation, it was reported a 21-year-old male had sexual intercourse with a known 13-year-old female victim (victim one) at a residence located in Leeper.

It was also reported that the 21-year-old furnished alcohol and a THC vape pen to victim one and another 13-year-old female (victim two). Tpr. Snyder briefly spoke to victim one who allegedly admitted to drinking alcohol and smoking marijuana via a THC vape pen, which was supplied to her by a 21-year-old male, identified as Jacob Hook.

Additionally, victim one allegedly disclosed she engaged in sexual intercourse with Hook, who was fully aware she was 13 years of age. This allegedly took place during the morning hours of Aug. 21 in the pool shed of a Leeper residence where she had been staying.

On Sept. 7 at approximately 1 p.m., Tpr. Kathleen Watters conducted an interview with victim one at the state police barracks in Marienville. During the interview, victim one allegedly disclosed her friend (victim two) invited her over to a sleepover on Aug. 19.

Victim two also invited her boyfriend to the sleepover, unbeknownst to her parents.

The boyfriend of victim two brought a known male with him, Jacob Tyler Hook. Victim one allegedly reported Hook brought alcohol and a THC vape pen with him, which they all consumed. No further criminal activity was reported to have taken place that night.

Victim one allegedly further disclosed she then stayed another night at victim two's house, again staying in the pool shed. The boyfriend of victim two and Hook were invited back to the pool shed. They arrived after midnight on Aug. 21, again bringing alcohol and a THC vape pen.

Victim one allegedly reported consuming the alcohol and the THC vape pen to the point of feeling its effects. She allegedly further disclosed she then engaged in consensual sexual intercourse in addition to oral sex with Hook in the pool shed. Victim one allegedly reported Hook then returned to his car with the boyfriend of victim two and left the area.

Victim one advised that Hook was fully aware she was 13 years old because she told him on the night they were introduced.

On Sept. 8 at approximately 10 a.m., Tpr. Watters spoke to victim two at Marienville. Victim two allegedly relayed she could tell victim one was intoxicated during the morning hours of Aug. 21. She further allegedly reported that later in the morning while in the pool shed, she could hear victim one and Hook having sexual intercourse.

Hook and victim two's boyfriend then left. Victim two allegedly reported that Hook was fully aware victim one was 13 years old because they told him on the night he was introduced to them.

On Sept. 10 at approximately 4 p.m., Tpr. Shawn D. Nicewonger spoke to T.B., a 17-year-old male at Marienville.

T.B. allegedly informed Nicewonger he had been seeing victim two for the last four or five months. T.B. allegedly related victim two invited him over to her pool house in August. He allegedly told her he would need to bring someone with him who was 21 because he couldn't drive after midnight.

T.B. explained he and Hook went to victim two's residence in Leeper, hanging out in her pool shed. Hook brought alcohol and a THC vape pen. Victim one consumed some of the alcohol and used the THC vape pen. T.B. and Hook left after a couple of hours.

T.B. allegedly further explained he and Hook went back to victim two's residence the following night, arriving after midnight. Hook allegedly again took alcohol to the residence. During the second night they were there, T.B. allegedly reported he could hear Hook and victim one having sexual intercourse, possibly on two occasions.

Following the sexual encounter, T.B. and Hook left the area. On the way home, T.B. allegedly reported he and Hook discussed the events of the night. Hook allegedly admitted that he had sexual intercourse with victim one.

On Sept. 16 at approximately 8:30 p.m., Nicewonger spoke to Hook at the state police barracks at Clarion. Hook allegedly informed Nicewonger that T.B. had asked him to take him to his girlfriend's residence in Leeper. Hook allegedly relayed they had arrived after dark. Hook allegedly related when he met the victims they talked for a while, with both victims telling him they were both 13 years old. Hook allegedly related both victims consumed alcohol Hook brought to the residence.

Hook allegedly further related he and T.B. went to the residence in Leeper two nights in a row. When they went up the second night, both victims again consumed alcohol Hook brought. Hook allegedly explained he and both victims were intoxicated. Hook allegedly related one of the 13-year-old victims was "coming onto him" and was kissing him. Hook allegedly told the victim "no" but she was persistent.

Hook allegedly admitted he engaged in oral sex with the victim. Additionally, Hook allegedly admitted to having sexual intercourse with the same victim.

Hook allegedly acknowledged he was told the victim was 13 years old during the first time he met her. Hook allegedly stated he didn't want to have sex with the victim but she was persistent and he just let it happen because he didn't know what else to do.

Filed by Nicewonger.

lDamieon Eric Adams, 42, Silver Lake, Ohio. Charged with driving under the influence of alcohol, a misdemeanor; driving at unsafe speeds, operating a motor-drive cycle without protective equipment, careless driving, reckless driving, operation on streets and highways and operation in an unsafe manner, all summary offenses, at 11:45 p.m. on Aug. 31 in Farmington Township.

Tpr. Brandon R. Collett responded to a one-vehicle crash at the intersection of Walley Run Drive and Arron Drive, Farmington Township.

Upon arrival, Collett observed a camouflage Polaris Sportsman 850 ATV lying on its side with minor damages.

On Sept. 1 at approximately 1:16 a.m., Collett interviewed operator Damieon Adams while Clarion EMS personnel were evaluating Adams at the scene. While interviewing Adams, Collett observed him to have glassy, bloodshot eyes and a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from his person.

Adams allegedly admitted to consuming three to four alcoholic beverages. When Collett inquired how the crash occurred, Adams allegedly related he had turned too sharply. Adams related his sister was a passenger on the back of the ATV. Adams was allegedly unable to perform any standard field sobriety tests due to his medical state/condition. Clarion EMS then transported Adams to Clarion Hospital.

At approximately 2:07 a.m., Collett arrived at Clarion Hospital. Collett read the implied consent warnings multiple times to Adams. Adams appeared to fall asleep as Collett attempted to speak with him. Due to Adams' medical condition and intoxicated state, Collett did not proceed further with the implied consent warnings.

On Sept. 12, Collett served a search warrant for Adam's blood alcohol content records from Clarion Hospital. Adams' serum alcohol was .152 percent.

Filed by Collett.

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

lEli Mast, age not provided, Venus. Charged with failure to provide vaccination against rabies (failed to have dog vaccinated against rabies) at 12:05 p.m. on Sept. 11 in Washington Township. Filed by Dog Law Enforcement Officer Matthew Patrick.

lKenneth A. Webber, 29, Niles, Ohio. Charged with violation of rules on commonwealth property (possessed alcohol on site) at 4:55 p.m. on Sept. 10 in Farmington Township. Filed by Cook Forest State Park Ranger Todd Showen.

lDevin R. Bancroft, 26, Warren, Ohio. Charged with disorderly conduct (possessed a glass pipe and grinder containing a small amount of marijuana) at 4:55 p.m. on Sept. 10 in Farmington Township. Filed by Cook Forest State Park Ranger Todd Showen.

lLori Lutz, age not provided, Shippenville. Charged with writing a bad check ($72 to Country Fair, Shippenville) on Aug. 18 in Paint Township.

Filed by Country Fair.

lKyle Smith, 60, Shippenville. Charged with proof of vaccination (failed to provide proof of rabies vaccination or exemption status for one dog being boarded at Pineway Boarding Kennel) at 11:15 a.m. on Sept. 20 in Paint Township.

Filed by State Dog Warden Matthew Patrick.

lLawrence Morris Everett, 53, Sligo. Charged with retail theft (altered price label of a Goodwill deep fryer and attempted to purchase the product at less than full retail value) at noon on Sept. 10 in Monroe Township.

Filed by Tpr. Kevin Doverspike Jr.

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

lSean Patrick Chojna, 19, Broadview Heights. Pleaded guilty to purchase of alcoholic beverage by a minor (attempted to purchase, consume, possess or knowingly and intentionally transport liquor or malt or brewed beverages) at 1:00 p.m. on Aug. 31 in Highland Township. Fines and costs are $196.

lBeth A. Kovacik, 42, Bethel Park. Pleaded guilty to violation of rules on commonwealth property (failed to have dog vaccinated against rabies) at 12:05 p.m. on Aug. 31 in Farmington Township. Fines and costs are $271.

lCody N. Collins, 25, Pittsburgh. Pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct (possessed glass pipe with marijuana residue) at 10:55 p.m. on Aug. 24 in Farmington Township. Fines and costs are $321.

lJeremy J. Elder, 23, Allison Park. Pleaded guilty to violation of rules on commonwealth property (possessed alcohol on site) at 10:20 p.m. on Aug. 31 in Farmington Township. Fines and costs are $271.

lJonathen A. Elder, 18, Allison Park. Pleaded guilty to violation of rules on commonwealth property at 10:20 p.m. on Aug. 31 in Farmington Township. Fines and costs are $271.

lKimberly M. Ryan, 62, Pittsburgh. Pleaded guilty to violation of rules on commonwealth property (possessed alcohol on site) at 10:55 p.m. on Aug. 24 in Farmington Township. Fines and costs are $271.

lLori Smith, age not provided, Shippenville. Pleaded guilty to proof of vaccination (failed to provide proof of rabies vaccination or exemption status for four dogs being boarded at Pineway Boarding Kennel) at 1:30 p.m. on Sept. 5 in Paint Township. Fines and costs are $201.