New Castle News


October 10, 2012

District Judges: Listings for Oct. 10

NEW CASTLE — Melissa A. Amodie

New Castle police charged the following people:

•Robert Lee Gravatt, 23, of New Castle, robbery, simple assault, disorderly conduct, harassment and theft by unlawful taking.

•Georgia Marie Murphy, 50, of New Castle, two counts of aggravated assault, two counts of simple assault, two counts of recklessly endangering another person, disorderly conduct, public drunkenness and similar misconduct and two counts of harassment.

•Christopher Michael Pagley, 28, of New Castle, burglary, criminal trespass, theft by unlawful taking, receiving stolen property, loitering and prowling at night, possession of an instrument of crime and criminal mischief.

Jerry G. Cartwright

•James M. Woolheater, 54, of Ellwood City, charged by Ellwood City police with stalking, two counts of driving with a suspended license, failure to comply with registration of sexual offender requirements and failure to verify address or photograph as required.

Jennifer Nicholson

•April N. Jones, 21, of West Pittsburg, charged by Union Township police with firearms not to be carried without a license, use/possession of drug paraphernalia and disorderly conduct.

•Hunter James Beckinger, 19, of Edinburg, charged by state police with simple assault, recklessly endangering another person and harassment.

David B. Rishel

•Jose Alphonso Miller, 32, of Farrell, charged by Shenango Township police with arrest prior to requisition.

•Clyde Albert Conner, 40, of Ellwood City, charged by state police with three counts of simple assault and three counts of harassment.

Scott A. McGrath

•Justin Lee Griffin, 23, of New Castle, charged by Pulaski Township police with manufacture of a controlled substance, intent to possess a controlled substance by person not registered and use/possession of drug paraphernalia.

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