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March 2, 2013

District Judges: Listings for March 2

NEW CASTLE — Melissa A. Amodie

New Castle police charged the following people:

•Kevin M. Cunningham, 50, of New Castle, public drunkenness and similar misconduct.

•Kendall Deion Crutcher, 31, of Bedford Township, Mich., intent to possess a controlled substance, possession of marijuana and turning movements and signals violation.

•Terry Ladale Brown, 32, of Detroit, intent to possess a controlled substance and possession of marijuana.

Jerry G. Cartwright

•Gary John Honneffer, 25, of Ellwood City, charged by Ellwood City police with driving under the influence and driving at an unsafe speed.

David B. Rishel

•Ryan Austin Nixon, 18, of Wampum, charged by Shenango Township police with burglary, theft by unlawful taking and receiving stolen property.

•Harley Jack Peterson, 19, of New Castle, charged by Hickory Township police with retail theft.

The Lawrence County district attorney charged the following people:

•Shamone Nabors, 35, of New Castle, two counts of failure to apply for dog license and one count each of failure to have dog or cat vaccinated and failure to keep dog licensed.

•Crystal L. Johngrass, 47, of New Castle, two counts of failure to apply for dog license and one count each of failure to have dog or cat vaccinated and failure to keep dog licensed.

Scott A. McGrath

•Melissa Rigby, 33, of New Bedford, charged by the Wilmington school district with violation of compulsory attendance.

Neshannock Township police charged the following people:

•Justina Nicole Kaldy, 18, of New Wilmington, two counts of driving under the influence and one count each of disregarding traffic lane, purchase of an alcoholic beverage by a minor and minor prohibited-operating with alcohol.

•Valerie R. Sanfilippo, 48, of New Castle, accident involving damage to attended vehicle or property.

•Randy John Gillette, 20, of New Castle, driving under the influence, operating with no rear lights and driving without a license.

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