Criminal charges filed:
lDavid Paul Anthony, 32, Clarion.
Charged with two counts of conspiracy to commit theft. A third-degree felony, June 14 in Sligo, and:
lAmanda Danielle Stemmerich, 36, Sligo.
Charged with two counts of conspiracy to commit theft. A third-degree felony, June 14 in Sligo.
An adult male contacted police and reported he had gone fishing with his nephew and when he returned a few hours later, a PlayStation game unit was missing from his bedroom.
The victim, reported the only two people who had been in his home were Anthony and Stemmerich.
The PlayStation unit was recovered from a game store in Butler where staff members told police Stemmerich had sold the unit to them for $96.
Anthony and Stemmerich allegedly admitted they took the game unit and sold it in Butler.
Filed by state police Tpr. Ryan Drayer.
At a Nov. 12 session of Clarion County Cebtral Court, both Anthony and Stemmerich pleaded guilty to summary disorderly conduct and all other charges were withdrawn.
Fine and costs for each defendant total $461.
lWilliam Frank Smead III, 21, New Bethlehem.
Charged with aggravated assault, a first-degree felony; three counts of making terroristic threats, a first-degree misdemeanor; and simple assault, a second-degree misdemeanor, at 7:32 p.m. Oct. 26 in New Bethlehem.
Police responded to an incident during which Smead allegedly threatened to harm two juveniles and an adult.
The victims were walking along Broad Street when Smead allegedly drove by and then stopped and exited his vehicle.
Smead allegedly accused the victims of staring at his car and at his 5-year-old passenger.
Smead allegedly pulled a large knife and threatened the victims.
The victims walked away from the scene by soon encountered Smead again. Smead allegedly produced a bigger knife and threatened to kill the victims.
Smead said he will not tolerate being stared at.
Smead allegedly then grabbed a "log" and swung it at the victims.
Court documents contend Smead then used Facebook to try to learn the identities of the victims.
Filed by Southern Clarion County Regional Police Officer Daniel G. Clark Jr.
lAlexander Todd Storey, 23, Manorville.
Charged with driving under the influence of alcohol, a misdemeanor; leaving the scene of a crash, a third-degree misdemeanor; and summary charges of failure to keep right, failure to yield, texting while driving, failure to stop and provide aid, careless driving at 5:47 p.m. Oct. 10 in Porter Township.
Police responded to a report of an erratic driver. The tip indicated the erratic driver had forced another vehicle off the road.
Police stopped Storey and questioned him.
Storey allegedly had a strong odor of alcohol on his breath and bloodshot and glassy eyes.
A portable breath test indicated Storey had consumed alcohol.
Storey first said he had two shots but then allegedly admitted he drank half a bottle of liquor.
A blood test established his blood alcohol content level at .157 percent.
Filed by state police Tpr. Evan J. Cyphert.
lWendy Renee Fross, 42, Parker.
Charged with possession of drug paraphernalia, an unclassified misdemeanor, Sept. 27 in Licking Township.
Clarion County Adult probation agents were conducting a home compliance check when Fross allegedly tested positive for drug use.
Probation agents summoned law enforcement. Law enforcement officers allegedly found three needles, postage-size plastic bags and other drug paraphernalia in Fross's home.
Filed by Clarion County Chief Detective William H. Peck IV.
The following cases involve summary offenses punishable by up to a $300 fine and 90 days in jail upon conviction.
lNicole Renee Magness, 37, New Bethlehem. Charged with violating a borough ordinance regulating plant growth Oct. 21 in New Bethlehem. Filed by Southern Clarion County Regional Police Officer Jonathan Smith.
lWendy M. Skinner Myers, no age provided, Karns City. Charged with issuing a $92 bad check Sept. 10 to Tom's Riverside Market in New Bethlehem. Filed by the victim.
The following cases were disposed of at Miller's office.
lJeffery Scott Hillis Jr., 31, Rimersburg. A charge of violating a borough ordinance regulating nuisances Aug. 8 in Rimersburg was dismissed.
lKaitlyn Ann Isaacson, 31, East Brady. Found guilty of violating a borough ordinance regulating accumulations of garbage, rubbish and abandoned vehicles Sept. 7 in East Brady. Fine and costs total $201.
lPeg Bowser, 54, East Brady. Pleaded guilty to violating a borough ordinance regulating grass height Sept. 7 in East Brady. Fine and costs total $201.