Clothing stolen from Boscov’s
SELINSGROVE — State police at Selinsgrove are investigating the theft of about $1,000 worth of clothing from Boscov’s Wednesday afternoon.
COAL TOWNSHIP — Patrolman Michael Menapace charged Kendra Wolfe, 28, of 949 W. Montgomery St., with possessing a small amount of marijuana and possessing drug paraphernalia involving an incident at her home Monday morning.
Police were called to Wolfe’s residence at about 8:50 a.m. to assist state parole agent Adam Kusnerick, who was taking Wolfe into custody on a parole violation. During a search of the residence, marijuana, small plastic baggies, cigar wrapping papers and a homemade tin foil pipe were found.
Wolfe was committed to SCI-Muncy.
Trio charged with burglary
SHAMOKIN — Roslyn M. Nairns, 36, of 1011 W. Pine St., Coal Township, Catherine M. Snyder, 42, and her husband, Joseph W. Snyder, 36, both of 1015 E. Race St., Shamokin, were charged by Patrolman Tyler Bischof with burglary, criminal trespass and loitering and prowling at night.
Nairns also was charged with possessing drug paraphernalia (packaging materials, pills and a small digital scale).
Police reported Nairns and the Snyders entered 201 S. Seventh St. shortly before 11:30 p.m. Thursday and fled the house as officers approached the property. They were taken into custody by Bischof and Patrolmen Raymond Siko II and Joshua Pastucka.
Joseph Snyder told police he was inside the building looking for a carburetor for his motorcycle.
SUNBURY — Two defendants scheduled for jury selection Monday entered guilty pleas and were sentenced by Northumberland County Judge Paige Rosini. They are:
• Samuel Fatherly, 38, of Williamsport, was sentenced to time served to 23 months in county prison for a felony of criminal use of a communication facility relating to a Sept. 20, 2016, incident in Shamokin. He was ordered to pay a $250 fine plus costs.
Fatherly also was ordered to pay a $100 fine plus costs after pleading guilty to disorderly conduct involving a Jan. 4, 2017, incident at Northumberland County Prison when it was housed in SCI-Coal Township. Fatherly was charged by Northumberland County Detective Degg Stark.
• Joseph Daya, 37, of Mount Carmel, pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct and was ordered to pay a $100 fine plus costs. Daya was charged by Mount Carmel police in connection with an incident on March 16, 2018.