Criminal charges filed:

lAlexis Kaye Thompson, 21, Sigel.

Charged with burglary, a second-degree felony, criminal trespass, a third-degree felony, corruption of minors, a first-degree misdemeanor, institutional vandalism and theft by unlawful taking, both second-degree misdemeanors April 19 in Clarion Borough.

Clarion Borough Police Officer Roger E. Wright received a walk-in complaint by a male of a local facility. He stated individuals had broken into a facility located along Wood Street and he captured it on video surveillance.

Keagen Reed and two juveniles were identified in the surveillance video.

The individuals allegedly ripped the surveillance camera down and covered it with sunscreen.

Upon interviewing Reed and the juveniles separately, the individuals allegedly advised Wright of all of them having entered the Wood Street property on several occasions and of Thompson's participation. Filed by Wright.

lKelsey Ann Hasselman, 20, Kersey.

Charged with driving under the influence of alcohol, a misdemeanor and summary charges of operating a vehicle as a minor under the influence of alcohol, not using headlights and consuming alcohol as a minor at 1:54 a.m. March 24 in Clarion Borough.

Clarion Borough Police Officer Evan T. Maxwell pulled over a vehicle for a headlight out on Merle Road.

Maxwell allegedly detected an odor of alcohol on Hasselman and observed a partially empty bottle of liquor in the back seat of the vehicle.

Hasselman allegedly stated it was her friend's then after questioning did admit to consuming alcohol two hours prior.

A blood test established Hasselman had a blood alcohol content level of .047 percent. Filed by Maxwell.

lRandy Lee Keener, 27, Strattanville; and

lBryce William Klawuhn, 19, Corsica.

Both charged with furnishing drug free urine for the purpose of evading or causing deceitful results in a test for the presence of drugs, a third-degree misdemeanor Feb. 28 in Strattanville Borough.

Clarion County Adult Probation Officer Jay Kerle allegedly saw messages between Keener and Klawuhn regarding the use of urine to pass a drug test after Keener was in violation of his supervised bail for not passing a drug test.

State police Tpr. Tate M. Allison interviewed Klawuhn who allegedly admitted to providing Keener with urine but did not know if it was used or not.

Filed by Allison.

lMario Andres Marquez, 21, Clarion.

Charged with two counts of manufacture, delivery or possession with intent to manufacture or deliver, both felonies, possession of a controlled substance, a misdemeanor and corruption of minors, a first-degree misdemeanor at 3:22 p.m. April 22 in Clarion Township.

During a state police Troop C Vice Unit controlled purchase, a confidential informant allegedly exchanged $500 for eight grams of crystal methamphetamine from Marquez.

Filed by state police Tpr. William T. Craddock.

lEric Douglas Boyer, 26, Souderton.

Charged with driving under the influence of alcohol, a misdemeanor and a summary charge of failing to stop at a stop sign March 23 in Clarion Borough.

Clarion University Public Safety Officer Corbin Ragley pulled over a vehicle for allegedly not stopping at a stop sign on University Blvd.

Ragley allegedly detected a strong odor of alcohol on Boyer.

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

A blood test established Boyer had a blood alcohol content level of .150 percent.

Filed by Ragley.

lRobert Daniel Martin, 39, Clarion.

Charged with incest of minor, a second-degree felony and corruption of minors, a first-degree misdemeanor March 1, 2016 in Clarion Township.

State police Tpr. Katherine A. Berggren interviewed a juvenile victim in regards to events which allegedly occurred at her residence.

The victim allegedly claims the events took place on a regular basis and over the time frame of 2016 to 2017.

Filed by Berggren.

lHarland Hunter Kester, 23, Titusville.

Charged with driving under the influence of alcohol, a misdemeanor and summary charges of driving without a license, disregarding a single lane of traffic, careless driving and reckless driving at 5:28 a.m. March 24 in Clarion Township.

State police Tpr. John J. Dubovi pulled over a vehicle for allegedly leaving its lane of travel several times on State Route 66.

Dubovi allegedly detected an odor of alcohol on Kester.

Kester allegedly admitted to consuming alcohol earlier in the night and failed field sobriety tests.

A breathalyzer test allegedly established Kester had a blood alcohol content level of .087 percent.

Filed by Dubovi.

lHenry Lee Hurrelbrink, 56, Strattanville.

Charged with driving under the influence of a controlled substance, possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia, all misdemeanors at April 10 in Clarion Borough.

Clarion Borough Chief of Police William H. Peck IV received a report from Clarion County Adult Probation that Hurrelbrink allegedly tested positive for methamphetamine when he reported to his probation meeting on the morning of April 10.

When asked how he arrived to his appointment, Hurrelbrink allegedly said he was given a ride then admitted to driving his vehicle and parking down the street.

Peck conducted a search of Hurrelbrink's vehicle and allegedly found a hardback book with the interior pages cut out and a digital scaled set inside, a blue plastic container with marijuana and straw inside, a blue pill bottle with marijuana residue, rolling papers and a green straw.

A blood test established Hurrelbrink had amphetamine and methamphetamine in his system.

Filed by Peck.

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

lKillian Gene Kettering, 18, Sharon. Charged with consuming alcohol as a minor at 8:04 p.m. April 26 in Clarion Borough. Filed by Clarion University Public Safety Sgt. Daniel M. Siegel. At a May 8 session of court Kettering pleaded guilty to consuming alcohol as a minor. Fine and costs total $361.

lJason and Jennifer Stephens, Clarion. Charged with violating the state mandatory school attendance law by allowing a child in their care to miss classes on 9 days between Oct. 9, 2018 and April 22, 2019 in Clarion Borough. Filed by Clarion Area High School.

lMichael E. Schmader, 42, Shippenville. Charged with violating the state mandatory school attendance law by allowing a child in his care to miss classes on 12 days between Sept. 14, 2018 and April 24, 2019 in Clarion Borough. Filed by Clarion Area High School.

lMichael and Jessica Conner, Clarion. Charged with violating the state mandatory school attendance law by allowing a child in their care to miss classes on 12 days between Sept. 17, 2018 and April 17, 2019 in Clarion Borough. Filed by Clarion Area High School.

lSequoia Laine Henry, 24, Clarion. Charged with harassment (hit victim in the face area) April 20 in Clarion Township. Filed by state police Tpr. Kevin M. Doverspike, Jr.

lReleigh Morgan Henry, 30, Strattanville. Charged with harassment (attempted to strike victim in the face) April 20 in Clarion Township. Filed by state police Tpr. Kevin M. Doverspike, Jr.

lCoty James Ashbaugh, 29, Strattanville. Charged with public drunkenness at 4:03 a.m. May 4 in Clarion Borough. Filed by Clarion Borough Police Officer Evan T. Maxwell.

lLeteesha VanRiper, Clarion. Charged with violating the state mandatory school attendance law by allowing a child in her care to miss classes on 4 days between April 15 and April 29 in Clarion Borough. Filed by Clarion-Limestone Area School District.

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

lMelanie Brooke Thomson, 20, Muse. Pleaded guilty to possessing a false identification as a minor at 12:39 a.m. Feb. 3 in Clarion Borough. Fine and costs total $461.

lAngel Lenia Marsteller, 28, Clarion. Pleaded guilty to loud, disturbing, unnecessary noise (yelling could be heard outside residence) at 12:41 a.m. April 6 in Clarion Borough. Fine and costs total $251.

lJesse Eli Dalton Slaugenhoup, 26, Clarion. Charge of loud, disturbing, unnecessary noise at 12:41 a.m. April 6 in Clarion Borough was withdrawn May 6.

lHannah Grace Miller, 19, Mount Union. Pleaded guilty to consuming alcohol as a minor at 12:13 a.m. April 13 in Clarion Borough. Fine and costs total $261.

lChristopher John Agnew, 23, Clarion. Pleaded guilty to harassment (pushed victim from behind) at 9:10 p.m. April 10 in Clarion Township. Fine and costs total $261.

lSean Anthony Orsini, 22, Coraopolis. Pleaded guilty to possession of an open container of alcohol at 11:19 p.m. April 26 in Clarion Borough. Fine and costs total $191.

lNathan Thomas Shreckengost, 23, New Bethlehem. Pleaded guilty to possession of an open container of alcohol at 11:30 p.m. April 26 in Clarion Borough. Fine and costs total $191.

lSean Patrick Carnahan, 23, New Castle. Pleaded guilty to possession of an open container of alcohol at 11:40 p.m. April 26 in Clarion Borough. Fine and costs total $191.