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Fred Wheaton, Wysox

 

Harold J. Howell, 46, Rome, faces charges of rape and involuntary deviate sexual intercourse with an unnamed female who suffers from a mental disability. Howell was arrested on June 6 and has a preliminary hearing scheduled for June 22.

Tara M. Humphry, 26, Great Bend, is charged with receiving stolen property and theft from a motor vehicle. Humphry had entered two vehicles in Tuscarora Twp on June 13. She had taken a cell phone from each vehicle and proceeded in throwing them into the bushes on the property. Humphry was placed under arrest and has a preliminary hearing June 22.

Roland J. Herman, 26, Camptown, faces numerous charges for driving under the influence of alcohol, registration card to be signed and exhibited on demand, carrying and exhibiting a driver’s license, required financial responsibility, driving on roadways laned for traffic, careless driving, restriction on alcoholic beverages, general lighting requirements and restraint systems. On May 15, Herman was pulled over for having his left front headlight out and crossing over the double yellow line. He admitted to having consumed alcoholic beverages and also had an open beer can in his truck. He was unable to perform the field tests and registered a .184 on the preliminary breath test. Herman was placed under arrest and taken to Memorial Hospital where his BAC test came back at .215. A preliminary hearing has been scheduled for July 13.

Barry Reese, 52, Wyalusing, faces charges of driving under the influence of alcohol or a controlled substance, driving on roadways laned for traffic and careless driving. On May 8, Reese was leaving the Wysox Dandy and crossed into the center lane of SR 6. The officer observed that Reese crossed the yellow line five times and he proceeded in pulling him over. Reese was unable to perform the two field sobriety tests. He was placed under arrest and taken to Memorial Hospital where his BAC came back at .206. His preliminary hearing is set for July 13.

Karl F. Campbell, 29, Ulster, faces charges of driving under the influence, driving under the influence with a BAC of .16 or greater and careless driving. On April 24, two troopers pulled Campbell over after observing him cross the center line and travel in the opposing lane. He said he had consumed alcohol and was headed home. There were open containers along with an open 30 pack of beer in Campbell’s car. He was unable to perform the field sobriety tests and was placed under arrest. His blood concentration was .219. A preliminary hearing has been set for June 22.

Alex R. Colarusso, 23, Kingston, faces charges of driving under the influence, driving under the influence with a BAC of .16 or greater and careless driving. Colarusso was leaving the Marie Antoinette Bar at a high rate of speed on April 9 that resulted in him being pulled over. Colarusso was placed under arrest when he couldn’t pass the field sobriety tests. His blood alcohol was .104. A preliminary hearing has been scheduled for June 22.

Dale E. Allis, 63, Rome, faces charges of driving under the influence of alcohol or a controlled substance, driving without a valid license, driving with a suspended license, careless driving and possessing an open alcoholic beverage while driving. On May 13, Allis struck another vehicle at the Dandy Mini Mart in Rome when pulling into a fuel pump. He stated he could not take the field sobriety tests due to being a veteran with a bad leg and he admitted that he had been drinking. He was placed under arrest and taken the Towanda Hospital where his blood alcohol was .298. His preliminary hearing has been scheduled for July 1.

Madison R. Lee, 23, Ulster, faces multiple charges of driving under the influence of alcohol or controlled substance, driving on roadways laned for traffic and careless driving. On May 14, an officer observed Lee traveling north on SR 187 with half of his Jeep over the white fog line and the double yellow divider line. He was also traveling at a speed of 50 mph in a 35 mph zone. Lee was unable to perform the field sobriety tests and had a .129 on the preliminary breath test. He was placed under arrest and taken to Towanda Memorial where his blood alcohol came back as .167. A preliminary hearing has been set for July 13.

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