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Indecent exposure, drug charges among charges brought in district courts | News, sports, work

3 people will be charged with drugs in separate cases

After numerous arrests over the past few years, accused drug trafficker Kyiem Bradshaw is no stranger to the county’s Narcotics Enforcement Unit (NEU), which has now brought two additional sets of charges against him, according to court records. One group accuses Bradshaw, 47, of allegedly selling fentanyl to informants from his then-residence at 500 Lycoming Street on Jan. 29 and 31, the affidavit said.

Immediately after the second sale, investigators searched the apartment with a search warrant.

Bradshaw, however, admitted that he saw officers approaching, and quickly “he flushed the packet and half of the fentanyl down the toilet.” said in the statement. Still, officers managed to seize an undisclosed amount of fentanyl that Bradshaw was carrying, court documents show. In that case, he was charged with two counts of delivery of a controlled substance and one count of unlawful use of a cell phone.

In the second case, Bradshaw, now of 813 Elmira St., faces two additional charges of delivery of a controlled substance and unlawful use of a cell phone for his alleged involvement in the Feb. 26 sale of 10 bags of fentanyl to Olivia Ulmer, which in turn provided the bags of the drugs Steven Sanso, who sold fentanyl to an informant at West Third and Walnut Streets in the city, another affidavit said. Bradshaw waived preliminary hearings in both cases before District Judge Aaron Biichle and is free on $125,000 bail. Both Ulmer and Sanso have already been charged.

In another NEU case, Damien Washington, 45, of 1125 Market St., Apartment 2, was charged with one count of felony delivery of a controlled substance in connection with the alleged sale of $250 worth of methamphetamine to an informant at West Third and Center streets in the borough West Third city on Feb. 9, the court document alleged. During a recent hearing, Biichle ruled there was enough evidence to charge him with one count. Washington will remain in the Lycoming County Jail in lieu of bail.

In a separate case, the NEU also arrested Bradd Michel Miller, 41, of 1121 W. Southern Ave., South Williamsport, and charged him with delivery of a controlled substance and unlawful use of a cell phone in connection with the alleged sale of a bag of cocaine, according to the statement. informant at West Central Avenue and Howard Street in this district on January 25. He waived a preliminary hearing before District Judge Gary Whiteman and is free on $15,000 bail.

A Muncy-area man allegedly exposed himself

Harold L. Walburn, 88, of 855 Turkey Bottom Road, Muncy, was charged with unlawful contact with a minor, indecent exposure and open lewdness after “I verbally contacted two teenage boys.” both minors and allegedly exposed himself in his SUV while the boys were fishing at Indian Park in Montoursville around 2:50 p.m. on April 28, city police allege in a court document. Following his arraignment before Whiteman, Walburn was released on $10,000 bail.

A Clinton County man allegedly attacked an emergency room doctor

James Anthony Warner, 66, of 740 E. Bald Eagle Ave., Lock Haven, was charged with aggravated assault, simple assault and harassment after “he tried to hit” punched a doctor in the face while the doctor was attending to him in the UPMC Williamsport emergency room around 1:15 p.m. on May 27, hospital police said in an affidavit. The doctor was able to “Unit” According to the police, a blow to the forearm. Following his arraignment that day before District Judge Christian Frey, Warner was released on $10,000 bail.

Fugitive accused of fleeing to avoid arrest

After agreeing to turn himself in on May 14 – but failing to do so – in the face of a felony drug charge filed by the county’s Drug Enforcement Administration, Tyler John McKinney was charged with another crime – fleeing to avoid arrest, according to city police. McKinney, 32, of 45 Fisher Road, Cogan Station, was arrested on the new charge and arraigned before Frey. After a recent preliminary hearing, McKinney was ordered held in court and remains free on $5,000 bail. Court documents did not indicate where or when he was arrested. There was no word Monday evening on charges filed by the narcotics unit.

A Lehigh County woman will face felony charges

Latisha Aimee Dipaola, 50, of Slatington, Lehigh County, faces charges after she deposited a fraudulent check for $8,835 at Service 1st Federal Credit Union at 814 Westminster Drive in Loyalsock Township and then withdrew $3,435 from her account, i.e. resources that were not there. Oct. 24, state police alleged. She later returned to the register and tried to withdraw more money, but 1st Federal froze the account, police said. Following her arraignment before District Judge Kirsten Gardner on Friday, Dipaola was released on $15,000 bail.

Montoursville woman charged with assault

Justine Pepperman, 35, of 377 Fairfield Church Road, Montoursville, was charged with simple assault following a domestic disturbance that resulted in “open wounds” The alleged assault occurred Sunday night at the woman’s Fairfield Township home, leaving the man with bite marks on his neck and bite marks on the left side of his chest, according to state police. Arraigned a short time later before Biichle, Pepperman was released on $25,000 bail.

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