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November 2, 2012

District Judges: Listings for Nov. 2

NEW CASTLE — Melissa A. Amodie

•Edward J. Dempsey, of New Castle, charged by New Castle’s code enforcement department with failure to cut weeds or grass.

•Russell Robert Barr, 25, of Wampum, charged by the Lawrence County district attorney with intent to possess a controlled substance and manufacture, delivery or possession with intent to manufacture or deliver.

New Castle police charged the following people:

•Terri Alaasar, 52, of New Castle, disorderly conduct.

•Eugene Ferrante, 53, of New Wilmington, disorderly conduct.

•Khyana O. Fitzpatrick, 24, of Sharon, harassment.

•Joseph Oliva, 49, of New Castle, burglary, theft by unlawful taking and criminal mischief.

•Mark Anthony Brown, 39, of New Castle, acquiring or obtaining possession of controlled substances by misrepresentation.

Jerry G. Cartwright

•Stuart M. Bartoshek, 20, of New Castle, charged by state police with intent to possess a controlled substance, turning movements and required signals violation and failure to use safety belt.

Jennifer Nicholson

•William Robert Swagger, 17, of New Castle, charged by state police with harassment.

David B. Rishel

•Mylinda Ann McDanel, 17, of New Castle, charged by state police with harassment and purchase of an alcoholic beverage by a minor.

Shenango Township police charged the following people:

•Charles M. Turok, 66, of New Castle, address signs violation.

•Douglas Malcolm Houk, 54, of New Castle, address signs violation.

•David George Hase, 61, of Fombell, careless driving and two counts of driving under the influence.

Scott A. McGrath

•George William Burns, 31, of Pulaski, charged by the Pennsylvania Game Commission with violating the rules and regulations of the commission.

Neshannock Township police charged the following people:

•Kathy Ann Currie, 50, of New Castle, retail theft.

•Sean Patrick Corcoran, 29, of New Wilmington, driving at an unsafe speed violation and two counts of driving under the influence.

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