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Beta Rho Member Amy Radford Is Published

Submitted by Cindy Reynolds

Amy K Radford, a teacher in the Faith Mountain Christian Academy in New Milford, is also a writer. She recently had one of her poems, "Two Little Acorns" published in "Pure in Heart Stories" which is a new online and print magazine of Christian-themed stories, poetry, and artwork created by adults for children between the ages of 6 and 11.

Amy continues to hone her skills pursuing a Masters in Fine Arts in Creative Writing from Lindenwood University in St. Louis Missouri. Her greatest desire is to love God in such a way that lives are changed. A blogger for over fifteen years, she has taught and written for various ministries.

Since her graduation with a BS in Elementary Education she has substituted and taught in schools in New York and Ohio. Presently, this is her sixth year teaching at Faith Mountain. She is an active member of the Delta Kappa Gamma Society International and was awarded a Pennsylvania State scholarship from DKG in 2020.

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Celebrate National June Is Dairy Month

Submitted by Charlotte Quick, Susquehanna County Dairy Ambassador

It's June again.....and that means Dairy Month! This year, with COVID restrictions lifting, we have even more ways to celebrate. I'll give you just a few of my favorite ways to celebrate, but you can always make up your own, just for fun.

Now that people are getting out more, Dairy Farm Tours are starting to open back up. This is an amazing way to see the full process of how milk goes from the dairy farm to your table, and you can meet some pretty cute cows along the way. Another way to celebrate Dairy Month, that goes hand-in-hand with Farm Tours, is a Farm Breakfast! It's another fun activity that some dairy farms do before tours, where they feed their guests a farm style breakfast - pancakes, eggs, bacon, and of course, tall glasses of cold milk! Not all farms do this, but there are a number of dairy farms in Northeast Pennsylvania that do offer this type of experience. An additional (and easy) way to celebrate "June is Dairy Month" is to throw a dairy party. Invite your friends over for some milk, yogurt, cheese, and of course, ice cream. Who would turn that down? This is also an easy way to get your 3 daily servings of dairy.

Finally, if you really want to spread some smiles around, you and your family can celebrate by sending a thank you card to a local farmer in your community. Tell them just how much you appreciate their hard work and the nutritious dairy products they produce. Trust me, they'll love you for it! So, what are you waiting for? Get out there and celebrate "June is Dairy Month," because before you know it, it'll be onto July!

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100 Years Young

Emma Klees, formerly of South Gibson, will celebrate her 100th birthday on June 26, 2021. If you would like to acknowledge this milestone, well wishes and birthday cards may be mailed to Emma at: 439 Wilford Avenue, Longwood, FL 32750.

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Pin Thimblers Award a 4-H Scholarship

Submitted by Courtney Marvin, Jackson Pin Thimblers News Reporter

The Jackson Pin Thimblers 4-H club met on June 3rd at the North Jackson Methodist Church. Our meeting was led by Rebecca Haley, Vice President. Our Club discussed Community Service projects and Fundraising ideas. We will be attending the Thompson Fire Hose Celebration on July 3rd and selling candy bars as one of our main fundraisers.

This year our club has two seniors who are graduating from Susquehanna Community School, Kimberly Swartz and Caleigh Carillo. Our Club director Rhaylene Britten presented Caleigh Carillo with a gift basket and a Senior Scholarship.

Caleigh will be attending Clark Summit University in the fall to study Counseling.

Kim Swartz will receive her scholarship at a later date.

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Oilfield Program For High School Students

Once again Northern Tier Industry & Education Consortium (NTIEC) will be hosting their annual Energy & Oilfield Career Experience summer program August 2-6, 2021. NTIEC will be partnering with two of the major players in the Marcellus Shale – Cabot Oil & Gas and Williams, along with several other companies/organizations that play important roles in the industry that includes Golder Associates, GasSearch Drilling Services, JHA Companies, GeoSyntec, Earth Engineering Inc., Cactus, Resource Environmental, Borton-Lawson, and Lackawanna College's School of Petroleum & Natural Gas. "NTIEC is eager to provide this wonderful opportunity to our students so they can learn about careers in the energy and oilfield sectors." states Shealynn Shave, NTIEC executive director.

This summer experience program is open to students in grades 9-12; graduating seniors are eligible to attend this program as well. The students will be immersed in the business and operations of the natural gas industry, pairing classroom time with onsite visits to active facilities in Susquehanna and Wyoming counties.

Classroom instruction will focus on health and safety aspects, the Marcellus Shale, basic geology, engineering, equipment utilized in the field and health and safety prior to heading out to the field. The plan is to visit one of Cabot's live drilling rigs and a completed well pad, explore one of Williams Company's compressor stations and tour the Lackawanna College School of Petroleum & Natural Gas at its new Tunkhannock Center. Each element of instruction parallels a job opportunity in the natural gas industry.

According to NTIEC educational coordinator Deb Tierney, students will be engaged in hands-on activities that connect what they learn in the classroom discussions to what they will see first-hand in the field that demonstrates the various stages of the gas drilling and exportation process. They will also have the opportunity to hear from and ask questions of the presenters and employees at the different sites.

"This program provides exactly the type of information needed to be informed career consumers," NTIEC educational consultant Colin Furneaux related. "By the end of the week, they will have a good idea of the various jobs entailed and the best pathways to seek employment."

Exit polls indicated that participants in the 2019 Energy & Oilfield Career Experience were impressed by the amount of engineering and computer science that is involved with the industry, as well as the enormous amount of prevention and control at the environmental end of it.

"Learning through hands-on training, education and meeting with industry professionals can help local students understand the needs of the workforce in the northern tier. There are so many job opportunities in the energy and oilfield industry in our area that will need to be fulfilled" stated Shave.

The number of students has been reduced due to the pandemic, and all current CDC guidelines will be followed. Should there be a need to cancel the program, all participants will receive a full refund. Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis and costs $50 per student. Students ages 17 and under will need parental permission, which is part of the application process. The application can be found on NTIEC's website at www.ntiec.com under the "News & Info/Events" tab. Students are responsible for securing transportation to and from the program. NTIEC will provide transportation for field trips and provide lunch each day. There are still spots available so send in your application soon.

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Scooping Ice Cream For Old Mill Village

Submitted By Charlotte Quick, Susquehanna County Dairy Ambassador

Recently, the Susquehanna County Dairy Court had the privilege of helping at a fundraiser for the Old Mill Village at the MidTown Festival in New Milford. The girls took shifts selling root beer floats and sundaes to those attending the festival. The sweet dairy treat seemed to be a big hit as they were sold out by the early afternoon. In fact, Wayne Federici, familiar face and volunteer at Old Mill Village, was kept busy running back and forth to buy more ice cream on multiple occasions in order to keep the dairy flowing!

The girls enjoyed having the opportunity to help the community while encouraging everyone to get their 3 servings of dairy each day of milk, yogurt and cheese. Dairy Maids Maci Harvatine and Emmory Coy had a chance to hand out cow pencils and dairy coloring books, and even met up with Susquehanna County Sheriff Lance Benedict! Susquehanna County Dairy Ambassadors and Maids in attendance included Katelyn Farley, Charlotte Quick, Morgan Tweed, Holly Harvatine, Kali Harvatine, Emmory Coy and Maci Harvatine.

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New Milford Rotary Resumes Highway Program

Submitted by Dave Palmer

Following a break of approximately ten years, the New Milford Area Rotary resumed its community service program with Pennsylvania Department of Transportation's Adopt-A-Highway Litter Pick-Up Program.

It's first pick-up took place on May 1st with ten members of the club and resulted in the accumulation of 48 bags of litter, seven tires, two televisions, and miscellaneous junk on a two mile stretch of US Route 11, south of New Milford Borough. This effort aligns with Rotary International's newest focus area- The Environment.

Would like to join such efforts? Contact the club on FACEBOOK at New Milford Area Rotary.

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NJD BPW Hosts Harper Hill Craft

Submitted by Jenny Bixby

On May 27,2021 Nellie Jane Dewitt BPW held their monthly meeting at the Lanesboro Community Church.

Linda Bedford was the host. Guest speaker was Melissa Dubas, owner and operator of Harper Hill Craft.

Melissa spoke of how she started her business. She was off due to COVID. She started making crafts in her spare time and came up with the idea of opening a small place where she could help people make crafts. It has become a great business adventure for her. She will be adding to her store with the Erie Main Coffee House, where you will be able to relax and have a cup of coffee.

We here at Nellie Jane Dewitt BPW wish her all the success in her business and are so proud that she let her dreams take flight.

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NTIEC Receives $ For Healthcare Careers

Submitted By Debra C. Tierney

NTIEC recently received a $10,000 grant from AllOne Charities for our "Rural Healthcare Career Initiative" for students in grades 8-12. The healthcare sector has historically found it very difficult to staff the many positions that are open due to an aging workforce and the lack of students wanting to remain in the area.

NTIEC is eager to address the critical shortage of healthcare workers in Wyoming, Susquehanna and Bradford Counties. The purpose of the grant is to bring healthcare professionals and students together so that they can explore first-hand the various career opportunities available to them in right here in northeast PA. For more information about the programs NTIEC offers, contact Deb Tierney at 570-278-5038 or via email at dtierney@ntiec.com.

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Free COVID Vaccine At WMCHC Offices

After administering more than 31,000 COVID vaccines over the past six months, Wayne Memorial Community Health Centers (WMCHC) will no longer hold public clinics for first doses, but will be offering the vaccine in two of its medical offices.

Effective June 21st the Pfizer vaccine will be offered to any one age 12 and over on select days and times at the Highland Physicians Family Health Center and the Honesdale Pediatric Center. It is not necessary to be a WMCHC patient to receive the vaccine at these offices. Additionally, patients will not incur any out-of- pocket expense as the administration fee will be covered by insurance without co-pay or deductible. The cost for uninsured patients will be covered by the federal government.

"The vaccine initiative started out slowly in 2021 due to the lack of supply," stated Erica Brown, a member of WMCHC administration and vaccine team. "However, now that public demand for vaccines has decreased, we are entering the next stage."

Those interested in receiving a first-dose of COVID vaccine June 21st or beyond are asked to call the Highland Physicians Family Health Center at 570-251-6500 or the Honesdale Pediatric Center at 570-253-5838 for an appointment. No preliminary paperwork or on-line registration is required. However, appointments are necessary and patients will be asked to complete a shortened registration form specifically for vaccine upon arrival at the office as well as bring their insurance card. Visit the COVID Registration page at wmchc.net for the tentative schedule at each office.

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ARC Seeing Severe Blood Shortage

The American Red Cross is experiencing a severe blood shortage as the number of trauma cases, organ transplants and elective surgeries rise – and deplete the nation's blood inventory. Donors of all blood types – especially type O and those giving platelets – are urged to make an appointment to give as soon as possible to prevent further impact to patients.

Right now, hospitals are responding to an atypically high number of traumas and emergency room visits, as well as overdoses and resulting transplants. In comparison to 2019, the Red Cross has seen demand from trauma centers climb by 10% in 2021 ? more than five times the growth of other facilities that provide blood transfusions.

"When seconds count in emergency trauma situations, it's the blood already on the shelves that can make the difference in lifesaving care," said Hanna Malak, Donor Services Executive of Red Cross of Western New York Region. "As many people begin to enjoy travel and time with loved ones again this summer, patients are relying on the generosity of donors to help ensure they have access to the treatment they need. Please consider blood donation as a summer activity that can help save lives."

Patients need the help of the American people. Schedule an appointment to give blood now by using the Red Cross Blood Donor App, visiting RedCrossBlood.org, calling 1-800-RED-CROSS (1-800-733-2767) or enabling the Blood Donor Skill on any Alexa Echo device.

Local upcoming blood donation opportunities are as follows: June 23, from 1pm - 6pm, at the Harford Volunteer Fire Company, Fair Hill Road, Harford; June 28, from 1pm - 6pm, at Hallstead Great Bend Community Church, 722 New York Avenue, Hallstead.

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County To Receive Shale Impact Fees

The Marcellus Shale Impact Fee will deliver more than $27.8 million to county and local governments this year, according to Senator Gene Yaw (R-23).

"The Impact Fee not only funds critical projects here locally but also a wide variety of important environmental projects in communities throughout the state," said Sen. Yaw, who serves as Chair of the Senate Environmental Resources and Energy Committee. "The natural gas industry has been a great partner in creating new jobs and opportunities in our communities, and this week's announcement is another reminder of the importance of this industry in Pennsylvania."

More than $146 million was distributed statewide in the most recent round of funding based on natural gas production in 2020. The impact fee has generated more than $2 billion in tax revenue to support county and local governments. Since 2011, local counties have received a total of $155 million while local municipal governments have received a total of $252.2 million.

Locally in Susquehanna County, municipal governments will receive a total of $7,152,698.57 and county government will receive a total of $4,048,393.43.

The Impact Fee is assessed in addition to regular business taxes paid by every corporation in Pennsylvania. The disbursements are based on a formula established in Act 13 of 2012 to ensure communities that are affected by natural gas drilling receive their fair share of funding for projects like road and bridge repairs, housing and other local infrastructure needs.

Beyond monies being sent directly to local governments, revenue from impact fees fund a wide variety of projects across the state, from environmental initiatives to affordable housing and local community and recreation projects in the areas affected by drilling. This year, about $70 million was distributed to support those areas.

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Garden Club Plant Exchange A Big Hit

Submitted by Jodi Hall

The Mountain View Garden Club held its' 16th Plant Exchange & Marketplace at the Clifford Community Center on June 6th. A lot of great perennials were divided and shared for our annual sale and plant exchange and the community was ready for some normalcy in their lives after the hiatus due to COVID.

Twenty-five vendors sold artwork, flowers, crafts, power equipment, clothing, food and much more to the many people who took advantage of a beautiful (though a little hot) day. There were some great finds at the 2nd Hand Rose flea market area where 'one man's junk is another man's treasure.' Thanks to Jim Carro who did a wonderful job of entertaining the crowd with his great music.

The following were recipients of prizes from the annual raffle: Selma Etter, Lisa Rivers, Billy Jordan, Monica Turner, Diane Mitchell, Nancy Cummings, Rich Chesi, Erin Strain, Karen Moyer, Monica Turner, Yolanda Clementoni, Tammy McGurrin, Barbara Sprovkin, Anna Schmidt, Carol Johnson, Lisa Spangenberg, Chelsey Saam, Susan Shimsky, Melody Droppa, Ellie DeFazio and Marsha Hammel. Congratulations to our winners and thank you to the vendors, garden club members and friends who provided the items for the raffle.

Also a special thank you to the Clifford Community Center's Park & Recreation Committee for allowing us to use their beautiful park for this event and to Healey's Family Tree Farm for providing wagons for our annual plant sale. Also thanks to the local newspapers who helped publicize our annual event. Proceeds from the day go towards beautification projects and grants in the Elk Mountain area and surrounding communities.

The 2022 Plant Sale/Exchange & Marketplace will be held on June 5th. Mark your calendar and plan on joining us for a fun day. If you are interested in being a vendor next year, contact JoAnn at jodihall@nep.net or 570-806-1591.

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Langerholc Opposes Bridge Tolling Plan

Senator Wayne Langerholc, Jr. (R-35), chairman of the Senate Transportation Committee, held a press conference showcasing how federal financing is a better alternative than PennDOT's Public-Private Transportation Partnership (P3) program to toll nine candidate bridges on the interstate system.

"The DRIVE SMART Act is a bold vision for this Commonwealth's multimodal transportation system," said Senator Langerholc. "A key recommendation in my plan is to authorize innovative federal financing to pay for the major bridge improvements, which is a better alternative to a tacit approval by PennDOT to impose a new tax on existing bridges for the next 30 years."

On June 2, Senator Langerholc unveiled the DRIVE SMART Act, Delivering Reforms and Investments for Vehicle Efficiency and Supporting Motor carriers, Airports, Rails & trails and Transit agencies. The DRIVE SMART Act is a comprehensive proposal to reform and invest in the Keystone State's aging infrastructure.

"Funding one of the largest transportation systems in the country has been a bipartisan issue in the past," said Senator Langerholc. "The proposed DRIVE SMART Act is open to robust debate and discussion. I know we can find compromise on how to invest in our infrastructure, and ending PennDOT's P3 bridge tolling initiative is critical before starting negotiations."

Since becoming chairman in January, Senator Langerholc has been focused on overseeing PennDOT's P3 bridge tolling initiative. Senator Langerholc held several hearings to better understand how PennDOT was authorized to move forward with few details and without approval from the General Assembly.

PennDOT is moving forward with imposing a new toll on the following local bridges, unless there is support in the House of Representatives to pass Senate Bill 382 (Langerholc), which is part of the DRIVE SMART Act: I-81 Susquehanna Project in Susquehanna County.

In the next couple of months, the Senate Transportation Committee will hold more hearings to collect feedback on the DRIVE SMART Act and other ideas to reform and invest in the Commonwealth's multimodal transportation system. The public is encouraged to provide feedback on the DRIVE SMART Act online at www.SenatorLangerholc.com/drive-smart-act/.

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MWP Organization Seeks Participants

Submitted by Barb Zablotney, President of Ms. Wheelchair Pennsylvania

The Ms. Wheelchair Pennsylvania organization is a non-profit 501(c)(3) and is NOT a beauty pageant, but rather a competition to select the most articulate spokeswoman to serve as a role model and advocate for Pennsylvanians with disabilities. Ms. Wheelchair Pennsylvania is part of the national organization, Ms. Wheelchair America (not to be confused with Ms. Wheelchair USA), which celebrates their 50th anniversary this summer. Contestants are scored on self-perception, communication, drive and projection skills. The crowned titleholder will have the opportunity to travel throughout the keystone state educating various groups about the issues people with disabilities face daily. She will have the opportunity to share her chosen platform, interact with the media and network with many people throughout Pennsylvania. Her reign will lead up to the national competition where she will compete for the title of Ms. Wheelchair America.

The five other women selected to compete will be able to join the Ambassador Program where they will learn the skills, meet people, and form a sisterhood to be able to sharpen their skills to compete for the title in the future.

This year all six women who compete for the title will be recognized and be awarded travel funds to travel throughout the keystone state during their time with the organization. They will go to events to educate and bring awareness to their important platforms.

Applications are now available on our website or facebook page. To be eligible to compete: women must be 21 years of age or older, use a wheelchair 100% for community mobility, passionate about making change, and good communication skills.

The event will take place at the Holiday Inn Express in Johnstown the weekend of October 8-10, 2021. Once accepted to compete, an application fee of $75 is required to secure participation for the weekend. Hotel, food, bonding activities, workshops, snacks, sash, and gifts are all included in this price for the participant and 1 companion.

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Tax/Rent Rebate Program Extended

The deadline for older and disabled Pennsylvanians to apply for rebates on rent and property taxes paid in 2020 has been extended from June 30 to December 31, 2021, the Department of Revenue announced.

Claimants of the Property Tax/Rent Rebate Program are encouraged to file their rebate applications online by visiting mypath.pa.gov. The Department of Revenue launched this online portal to make it easier for those who benefit from the program to submit their applications. Previously, all applicants were required to submit a paper application.

"myPATH is a user-friendly online tool that walks applicants through all the steps for filing their rebate applications," Revenue Secretary Dan Hassell said. "We have already heard a lot of positive feedback from many Pennsylvanians who have used myPATH this year to file their rebate claims. We're hopeful that others will take advantage of this new online-filing option."

Under Pennsylvania law, the annual deadline for the Property Tax/Rent Rebate Program is set as June 30. However, the law tasks the Department of Revenue with evaluating the program prior to the statutory June 30 deadline to determine if funds are available to extend the deadline. To date, funding has been available to allow all who qualify to benefit from the program, meaning the deadline can be extended for the current year.

The rebate program benefits eligible Pennsylvanians age 65 and older; widows and widowers age 50 and older; and people with disabilities age 18 and older. The income limit is $35,000 a year for homeowners and $15,000 annually for renters, and half of Social Security income is excluded.

When Can You Expect Your Rebate?

Rebates will be distributed beginning July 1, as required by law. Here is additional information to keep in mind:

  • If you provide your phone number on your Property Tax/Rent Rebate application form or in the myPATH electronic application, you will receive an automated call from the Department of Revenue when your claim posts to the department's processing system. You will also receive another automated call when your claim is approved.

  • The easiest way to check the status of your rebate is to use the Where's My Rebate? tool. To check on the status of your claim, you will need your: Social Security number; Claim year; Date of birth.

Using myPATH to File Your Rebate Application

Submitting your application online through mypath.pa.gov is easy and does not require you to sign up for an account. Applicants will be asked to provide specific information on their income and rent/property taxes. Applicants should check the Property Tax/Rent Rebate Program instruction booklet to learn which information they will need to input/upload to complete the process.

Applicants who still wish to file a paper application form may obtain Property Tax/Rent Rebate claim forms (PA-1000) and related information on the Department of Revenue's website or by calling 1-888-222-9190.

It's free to apply for a rebate, and applicants are reminded that free assistance is available at hundreds of locations across the state, including Department of Revenue district offices, local Area Agencies on Aging, senior centers and state legislators' offices. Applicants may also visit the department's Online Customer Service Center to find helpful tips and answers to commonly asked questions about the Property Tax/Rent Rebate Program.

Applicants must reapply for rebates every year because rebates are based on annual income and property taxes or rent paid in each year. Spouses, personal representatives or estates may file rebate claims on behalf of claimants who lived at least one day in 2020 and meet all other eligibility criteria.

Visit the Property/Tax Rent Rebate page on the Department of Revenue's website for further information on the program and how to apply for a rebate.

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Courthouse Report

The Susquehanna County DOMESTIC RELATIONS Section has outstanding BENCH WARRANTS for the following individuals as of 10:46am on June 18, 2021. James L. Bradley, David Branning, Lee M. Carter, Jeffrey A. Fisk, Morgan A. Garcia, Charles M. Lynnady III, Brian Nichols, Danielle J. Norris, Charles Perry. Please contact the Domestic Relations Section at 570-278-4600 ext. 4050 with any information on the location of these individuals.

DEEDS as of 06-23-21

Norris, Jared W and Lyons, Stefani to Fiske, Alexis and Rinker, David for $79,500.00, one location in Susquehanna and one in Susquehanna 2W.

EMK Resources LLC to Cardin, Kaleb M for $230,000.00 in Bridgewater Township.

Getzie, Peter and Getzie, Paula J to Graham, Robert H and Graham, Lauretta L for $352,000.00 in Clifford Township.

Spehar, Richard and Spehar, Theresa and Vaccaro, Cecelia K (AKA) and Vaccaro, Celia K to Brady, Brian P and Brady, Heather N for $117,300.00 in Susquehanna.

Family Oil & Gas Real Estate LLC to Northeast Susquehanna Holdings LLC for $1.00 in Rush Township.

Whengreen, William W to Whengreen, William W and Whengreen, Barbara for $1.00 in Lenox Township.

Melkulcok, John L and Melulcok, Gloria to Deik, David A and Bly, Laura for $44,900.00 in Susquehanna.

Mocniak, John to Mocniak, Paul F and Mocniak, Linda M for $1.00 in Apolacon Township.

Yeremian, George K (AKA) and Yeremian, Krikor G and Yeremian, Joan H to Yeremian, Peter Bedros and Yeremian, Anahid Dian for $1.00 in Thompson Township.

Adams CATV Inc to Vietri, Joseph and Vietri, Patricia for $9,000.00 in Susquehanna.

Sanford, Deborah and Keim, William D Jr (Estate) and Shreve, Jacqueline C to Sanford, Deborah T and Sanford, Stephen C for $1.00 in Herrick Township.

Brennan, Kenneth S and Brennan, Barbara E to Shreffler, Glenn W Jr and Shreffler, Diana for $205,000.00 in Montrose.

Narzinsky, George and Narzinsky, Geri to Girard, Lawrence J II and Girard, Karen for $185,000.00 in Harford Township.

Potis, David to Potis, David for $1.00 in Clifford Township.

Potis, David to Potis, David for $1.00 in Clifford Township.

Potis, David to Potis, David for $1.00 in Clifford Township.

Kanton, Robert D and Kanton, Johanna T to VanMeter, Cody and VanMeter, Katrina for $308,000.00 in Gibson Township.

Shreffler, Glenn W Jr (AKA) and Shreffler, Glenn W and Shreffler, Diana R to Stevens, Megan D and Weaver, Collin for $195,000.00 in Harford Township.

Route 29 Properties LLC to Mooney Builders LLC for $10,000.00 in Bridgewater Township.

Oil Gas Mineral Deed: Scout Petroleum LLC to Dakota Royalty Group LLC for $330,051.00, two locations in Auburn Township and on in Springville Township.

Higgins, Robert W to Twin Pine Lodge at Tingley Lake LLC for $1.00 in Harford Township.

Hettinger, Donald R Sr and Hettinger, Linda L to Hollister, Brian K for $65,000.00 in Dimock Township.

Getzie, Peter and Getzie, Paula J to Getzie, Peter and Getzie, Paula J for $1.00 in Clifford Township.

Fiala, John I and Fiala, Joan M to Young, David C and Young, Katherine G for $232,500.00 in Apolacon Township.

Foltz, Garry L and Foltz, Catherine D to Seidel, Tracy L and Seidel, Julie A for $77,000.00 in Harford Township.

Rebello, Gavin A (AKA) and Rebello, Gavin to Rebello, Karen E for $1.00 in Choconut Township.

WMP 2 LP to Reynolds, Gregory F and Reynolds, Deirdre Brennan for $154,000.00 in Herrick Township.

Glemboski, Mark to Glemboski, Mark (Trust) for $1.00 in Lathrop Township.

No 23 Week 26E: Curry, Robert Ray (Estate) to Bremer Hof Owners Inc for $100.00 in Herrick Township.

Mead, Charles E and Mead, Mary J to Mead, Charles E and Mead, Mary J for $1.00, two locations in Bridgewater Township.

Drake, Matthew to Stephens, Christopher Michael for $75,000.00 in Montrose.

Rogers, James D and Rogers, Amber R (NKA) and Roese, Amber to Rogers, James D for $1.00 in Forest Lake Township.

Merritt, Margo B to Shukla, Anshuman and Goyal, Shweta for $139,900.00 in Great Bend Township.

EMK Resources LLC to Cardin, Kaleb M for $230,000.00 in Bridgewater Township.

Dale Howell Enterprise Inc to Hall, John W and Bongard, Danielle M for $139,900.00 in Springville Township.

Getzie, Peter and Getzie, Paula J to Graham, Robert H and Graham, Lauretta L for $352,000.00 in Clifford Township.

Spehar, Richard and Spehar, Theresa and Vaccaro, Cecelia K (AKA) and Vaccaro, Celia K to Brady, Brian P and Brady, Heather N for $117,300.00 in Susquehanna.

Family Oil & Gas Real Estate LLC to Northeast Susquehanna Holdings LLC for $1.00 in Rush Township.

Whengreen, William W to Whengreen, William W and Whengreen, Barbara for $1.00 in Lenox Township.

Melkulcok, John L and Melkulcok, Gloria to Deik, David A and Bly, Laura for $44,900.00 in Susquehanna.

Mocniak, John to Mocniak, Paul F and Mocniak, Linda M for $1.00 in Apolacon Township.

Yeremian, George K (AKA) and Yeremian, Krikor G and Yeremian, Joan H to Yeremian, Peter Bedros and Yeremian, Anahid Dian for $1.00 in Thompson Township.

Adams CATV Inc to Vietri, Joseph and Vietri, Patricia for $9,000.00 in Susquehanna.

Sanford, Deborah and Keim, William D Jr (Estate) and Shreve, Jacqueline C to Sanford, Deborah I and Sanford, Stephen C for $1.00 in Herrick Township.

Brennan, Kenneth S and Brennan, Barbara E to Shreffler, Glenn W Jr and Shreffler, Diana for $205,000.00 in Montrose.

Narzinsky, George and Narzinsky, Geri to Girard, Lawrence J II and Girard, Karen for $185,000.00 in Harford Township.

Potis, David to Potis, David for $1.00 in Clifford Township.

Potis, David to Potis, David for $1.00 in Clifford Township.

Potis, David to Potis, David for $1.00 in Clifford Township.

Kanton, Robert D and Kanton, Johanna T to VanMeter, Cody and VanMeter, Katrina for $308,000.00 in Gibson Township.

Shreffler, Glenn W Jr (AKA) and Shreffler, Glenn W and Shreffler, Diana R to Stevens, Megan D and Weaver, Collin for $195,000.00 in Harford Township.

Route 29 Properties LLC to Mooney Builders LLC for $10,000.00 in Bridgewater Township.

Oil Gas Mineral Deed: Scout Petroleum LLC to Dakota Royalty Group LLC for $330,051.00, two locations in Auburn Township and one in Springville Township.

Higgins, Robert W to Twin Pine Lodge at Tingley Lake LLC for $1.00 in Harford Township.

Hettinger, Donald R Sr and Hettinger, Linda L to Hollister, Brian K for $65,000.00 in Dimock Township.

Perry, Kathleen B to Perry, Kathleen B (Trust) for $1.00 in Oakland Township.

Getzie, Peter and Getzie, Paula J to Getzie, Peter and Getzie, Paula J for $1.00 in Clifford Township.

Fiala, John I and Fiala, Joan M to Young, David C and Young, Katherine G for $232,500.00 in Apolacon Township.

Foltz, Garry L and Foltz, Catherine D to Seidel, Tracy L and Seidel, Julie A for $77,000.00 in Harford Township.

Oil Gas Mineral Deed: Dakota Royalty Group LLC to GCH Minerals LLC and Work Horse Energy LLC for $0.00, two locations in Auburn Township and one in Springville Township.

LTK Countryside LLC to Kulon, Tomasz Kulon and Kulon, Agnieszka for $55,000.00 in Clifford Township.

Bennett, Joseph Robert to Bennett, Joseph Robert (Trust By Trustee) for $1.00, two locations in Lenox Township.

Klamm, Susan Murphy to Trichilo, Tyler for $90,000.00 in Herrick Township.

Tomazic, David and Tomazic, Margaret to MJM Real Estate Holdings LLC for $150,000.00 in Forest City.

Ryan, Laurence K and Ryan, Beverly J to Bremer Hof Owners Inc for $1.00 in Herrick Township.

Zevel LLC (By Tax Claim Bureau) and Susquehanna County Tax Claim Bureau to Petroski, Thomas for $1,051.00 in Herrick Township.

Beamish, Suzanne Marie (SKA) and Beamish, Suzanne to Beamish, Suzanne Marie (Trust By Trustee) for $1.00 in Bridgewater Township.

Beamish, Suzanne Marie (SKA) and Beamish, Suzanne to Beamish, Suzanne Marie (Trust By Trustee) for $1.00, two locations in Bridgewater Township.

Cavanaugh, Coralie D to Sipe, Thomas H ans Sipe, Sandra for $215,000.00 in Dimock Township.

Beamish, Suzanne Marie (SKA) and Beamish, Suzanne to Beamish, Suzanne Marie (Trust By Trustee) for $1.00 in Bridgewater Township.

Barnes, James A to Pinkowski, Francis J and Pinkowski, Francis J Jr and Pinkowski, Michael J for $55,000.00 in Bridgewater Township.

Fekette, Donna M and Lopatofsky, Thomas J Jr to Brooks, Tyler for $185,000.00 in New Milford Township.

Kozlowski, Edward J III to Kozlowski, Edward J III and Kozlowski, Melanie R for $1.00 in Brooklyn Township.

Kozlowski, Edward J III to Kozlowski, Edward J III and Kozlowski, Melanie R for $1.00 in Brooklyn Township.

Hakim Union Dale Pennsylvania Revocable Trust (By Trustee) to Plizga, Joseph B and Plizga, Kathryn L for $218,000.00in Herrick Township.

Stock, William A and Bradeis, Cheryl to Stock, William A and Stock, Catherine for $1.00 in New Milford Township.

Decker, Felicia Ann and Decker, Curtis D to Morris, Sean and Morris, Kristine for $182,000.00 in Hallstead Borough.

Davenport, James T to Linden, Robert R and Linden, Deidre for $22,500.00 in Liberty Township.

Dibble, David R and Dibble, Tracey M to Dibble, Joshua R and Dibble, Gina Theresa for $1.00 in Oakland Township.

Valentine, Joseph and Valentine, Lisa to Valentine, Katherine for $1.00 in Lenox Township.

Harrington, Alvernon A (Trust) to Harrington, Karen and Harrington, Andrew and Harrington, Sean and Harrington, Elizabeth and Harrington, Daniel and Dubec, Erik for $1.00 in Rush Township.

Subsurface: Randall, Aimee J ( NKA) and Mershon, Aimee J to Mershon, Joseph and Mershon, Aimee J for $1.00 in New Milford Township.

Bonavita, Robert and Bonavita, Mary to Kulah, Scottie W and Kulah, Leanne for $240,000.00 in Auburn Township.

Mazza, Charles and Mazza, Leslie to Wodock, James Michael Jr for $500.00 in Clifford Township.

May, Ralph L and May, Debra Santini to Thistlethwaite, Patrick and Thistlethwaite, Amy for $363,750.00 in Herrick Township.

Teetsel, Brian and Teetsel, Theresa to Parrish, Guy and Parrish, Karen and Parrish, Katherine and Lamphere, Weston for $115,000.00 in Bridgewater Township.

Esposito, Stephen James and Esposito, Lewis Wayne to Esposito, Timothy Daniel for $1.00 in Great Bend Township.

Mark Buckley Road Associates LP to Janus, Kevin and Janus, Tracy for $340,000.00 in Franklin Township.

Knight, Jason D and Knight, Brittany B to Knight, Jason D and Knight, Brittany B for $1.00 in Bridgewater Township.

Perkins, Timothy C and Perkins, Misty L to Perkins, Timothy for $1.00 in Franklin Township.

Creekside Investment Group LLC to Paultin Realty Holdings for $50,500.00 in Forest Lake Township.

T&C Global LLC to Drab, Walter for $32,000.00 in Middletown Township.

Truskolaski, Joseph T and Truskolaski, Meghan to Fischer, Kristi Lee and Russell, Agnes Louise for $132,500.00 in Susquehanna.

Warriner, Edger T and Warriner, Lisa to Freeman, Aaron Tyler and McHale, Emily Ann for $112,000.00 in Montrose.

Rapisardi, Keith to Because He Told Me No LLC for $52,000.00 in Gibson Township.

Bartoletti, Joseph J and Bartoletti, Susan C to Edgar, Daniel and Edgar, Adrienne for $429,000.00 in Liberty Township.

Brennan, William J to Stone, Dale Alan for $58,000.00 in Jessup Township.

Hobbs, Joshua F and Hobbs, Nicole R to Rudock, Corey J and Rudock, Sarah R for $95,400.00 in Lanesboro Borough.

Kemp, Michael V and Kemp, H Diane to Wallace, Rona Dawn (Trust) for $365,000.00 in New Milford Township.

Northeast Susquehanna Holdings LLC to Wise, Nathaniel and Wise, Crystal for $63,500.00 in Rush Township.

Hydrocarbon: Hunsberger, Donald J and Rowe, Linda Rose and Hunsberger Family Limited Partnership to Firefly Mason Jar Minerals SPV LLC and Mockingbird Minerals LLC for $206,151.00 in Gibson Township.

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Susquehanna County Sentencing

Following are May, 2021 sentences as handed down by Susquehanna County Court.

Roderic Reed Williams, 53, of Hallstead, PA to 12 months of probation, pay a $100 fine, pay cost of prosecution, pay $100 Act 198 fee, obtain a drug and alcohol evaluation, not to utilize alcohol or controlled substances while on supervision, not to enter any establishment whose primary purpose is the sale of alcohol, submit to random drug and alcohol screenings for Possession of Drug Paraphernalia on November 12, 2019 in Jackson Township.  Mr. Williams also received a $25 fine and was ordered to pay cost of prosecution for Obscured Plates on November 12, 2019 in Jackson Township.  Finally, Mr. Williams was ordered to pay a $25 fine and cost of prosecution for Disregard Traffic Lane on November 12, 2019 in Jackson Township.

Nathan Daniel Sedelnick, 25, of Nicholson, PA to 6 months of probation, the first 30 days of which shall be served under home confinement, pay a $750 fine, pay cost of prosecution, pay $100 Act 198 fee, pay $150 PA Department of Transportation Trust Fund fee, pay $10 EMS, obtain a drug and alcohol evaluation, complete the alcohol highway safe driving school program, not to utilize alcohol or controlled substances while on supervision, not to enter any establishment whose primary purpose is the sale of alcohol, submit to random drug and alcohol screenings, perform 10 hours of community service for Driving Under the Influence on September 19, 2020 in Jackson Township.

Timothy John Jackson, 37, of Factoryville, PA to 18 months of probation, pay a $100 fine, pay cost of prosecution, pay $50 Criminal Justice Trust Enhancement Act fee, obtain a drug and alcohol evaluation, not to utilize alcohol or controlled substances while on supervision, not to enter any establishment whose primary purpose is he sale of alcohol, submit to random drug and alcohol screenings for Institutional Vandalism on September 26, 2020 in Clifford Township. Mr. Jackson was also sentenced to 12 months of probation to run concurrent with the above sentence, pay a $100 fine, pay cost of prosecution, pay $100 Act 198 fee, obtain a drug and alcohol evaluation, not to utilize alcohol or controlled substances while on supervision, not to enter any establishment whose primary purpose is the sale of alcohol, submit to random drug and alcohol screenings for Possession of Drug Paraphernalia on July 19, 2020 in Brooklyn Township.

Annamae Arlene Mitchell, 28, of Montrose, PA to 45 days to 12 months in Susquehanna County Correctional Facility, pay a $100 fine, pay cost of prosecution, pay $100 Act 198 fee, obtain a drug and alcohol evaluation, not to utilize alcohol or controlled substances while on supervision, not to enter any establishment whose primary purpose s the sale of alcohol, submit to random drug and alcohol screenings for Possession of a Controlled Substance on May 11, 2020 in Choconut Township. Ms. Mitchell also received 6 months of probation to run consecutively to the above sentence, pay a $100 fine, pay cost of prosecution, pay $100 Act 198 fee, continue with drug and alcohol treatment, not to utilize alcohol or controlled substances while on supervision, not to enter any establishment whose primary purpose is the sale of alcohol, submit to random drug and alcohol screenings for Possession of Drug Paraphernalia on May 11, 2020 in Choconut Township.

Ashley Dorothy Boyko, 29, of Clifford Township, PA to 12 months of probation, pay a $100 fine, pay cost of prosecution, pay $100 Act 198 fee, obtain a drug and alcohol evaluation, not to utilize alcohol or controlled substances while on supervision, not to enter any establishment whose primary purpose is the sale of alcohol, submit to random drug and alcohol screenings, perform 10 hours of community service for Possession of Drug Paraphernalia on October 14, 2019 in Lenox Township. Ms. Boyko also received 6 months of probation to run concurrent to the above sentence, pay a $300 fine, pay cost of prosecution, pay $100 Act 198 fee, pay $10 EMS, pay $75 PA Department of Transportation Trust Fund fee, obtain a drug and alcohol evaluation, not to utilize alcohol or controlled substances while on supervision, not to enter any establishment whose primary purpose is the sale of alcohol, complete the Alcohol Highway Safe Driving School Program, complete a CRN evaluation for Driving Under the Influence on October 14, 2019 in Lenox Township.

William Matthew Blair, III, 40, of Starrucca, PA to 6 months of probation, the first 3 days of which shall be served on home confinement, pay a $1,000 fine, pay cost of prosecution, pay $100 Act 198 fee, pay $75 PA Department of Transportation Trust Fund fee, pay $10 Ems, obtain a drug and alcohol evaluation, complete the alcohol highway safe driving school program, not to utilize alcohol or controlled substances while on supervision, not to enter establishments whose primary purpose is the sale of alcohol, submit to random drug and alcohol screenings for Driving Under the Influence on January 17, 2021 in Ararat Township. Mr. Blair also received 18 months of probation to run concurrent with the above sentence, pay a $50 fine, pay cost of prosecution, pay $50 Criminal Justice Enhancement Act fee, obtain a drug and alcohol evaluation, not to utilize alcohol or controlled substances while on supervision, not to enter any establishment whose primary purpose is the sale of alcohol, submit to random drug and alcohol screenings, be subject to DNA testing requirements for Possession of Instrument of Crime on January 17, 2021 in Ararat Township.

Jose Luis Mojer, 43, of Scranton, PA to 11 months to 23 months in Susquehanna County Correctional Facility, pay a $500 fine, pay cost of prosecution, pay restitution to the victim in this case, not to utilize alcohol or controlled substances while on supervision, not to enter any establishment whose primary purpose is the sale of alcohol, submit to random drug and alcohol screenings, be subject to the DNA testing requirements and pay the $250 fee for Criminal Trespass on May 19, 2019 in Clifford Township.

Ashley Rae Rutherford, 34, of Deposit, NY to 36 months of probation, pay a $100 fine, pay cost of prosecution, pay $100 Act 198 fee, obtain a drug and alcohol evaluation, not to utilize alcohol or controlled substances while on supervision, not to enter any establishment whose primary purpose is the sale of alcohol, submit to random drug and alcohol screenings, obtain a mental health evaluation, be subject to DNA testing requirements and pay the $250 fee, complete 25 hours of community service for Possession of a Controlled Substance, Contraband/Inmate on July 10, 2020 in Bridgewater Township. Ms. Rutherford also received 12 months of probation to run concurrent with the above sentence, pay a $100 fine, pay cost of prosecution, pay $100 Act 198 fee, obtain a drug and alcohol evaluation, not to utilize alcohol or controlled substances while on supervision, not to enter any establishment whose primary purpose is the sale of alcohol, submit to random drug and alcohol screenings, obtain a mental health evaluation for Possession of Paraphernalia on January 11, 2020 in Great Bend Township. Finally, Ms. Rutherford received 6 months of probation to run concurrent with the above sentences, pay a $300 fine, pay cost of prosecution, pay $10 EMS, pay $100 Act 198 fee, pay $75 PA Department of Transportation Trust Fund fee, obtain a drug and alcohol evaluation, not to utilize alcohol or controlled substances while on supervision, not to enter any establishment whose primary purpose is the sale of alcohol, submit to random rug and alcohol screenings, complete the alcohol highway safe driving school program, obtain a mental health evaluation for Driving Under the Influence on April 9, 2019 in New Milford Township.

Cara Alexis Wegimont, 30, of Morrisville, PA to 23 months of probation, the first 6 months of which shall be served under home confinement, pay $1,000 fine, pay cost of prosecution, pay $100 Act 198 fee, pay $50 Criminal Justice enhancement Act fee, obtain a drug and alcohol evaluation, not to utilize alcohol or controlled substances while on supervision, not to enter any establishment whose primary purpose is the sale of alcohol, submit to random drug and alcohol screenings, be subject to the DNA testing requirements and pay the $250 testing fee, perform 25 hours of community service for Possession of a Controlled Substance with Intent to Deliver on May 22, 2020 in Harford Township.

Michael Patrick Reid, 37, of Hallstead, PA to 11 months to 23 months in Susquehanna Count Correctional Facility, followed by 5 years of probation, pay a $100 fine, pay cost of prosecution, pay $50 Criminal Justice Enhancement Act fee, obtain a drug and alcohol evaluation, not to utilize alcohol or controlled substances while on supervision, not to enter any establishment whose primary purpose is the sale of alcohol, submit to random drug and alcohol screenings, be subject to DNA testing requirements for Delivery of a Controlled Substance on July 8, 2020 in Great Bend Township. Mr. Reid also received 11 months to 23 months in Susquehanna County Correctional Facility, followed by 5 years of probation, all running concurrent with the above sentence, pay a $100 fine, pay cost of prosecution, pay $50 Criminal Justice Enhancement Act fee, obtain a drug and alcohol evaluation, not to utilize alcohol or controlled substances while on supervision, not to enter any establishment whose primary purpose is the sale of alcohol, submit to random drug and alcohol screenings, be subject to DNA testing requirements for Criminal Use of Communication Facility on July 8, 20202 in Great Bend Township.

Tammy Ann Welfel, 42, of Simpson, PA to 12 months of probation, pay a $250 fine, pay cost of prosecution, pay $50 Criminal Justice Enhancement Act fee, obtain a drug and alcohol evaluation, not to utilize alcohol or controlled substances while on supervision, not to enter any establishment whose primary purpose is the sale of alcohol, submit to random drug and alcohol screenings, perform 10 hours of community service for Obstructing Administration Law or Government Function on June 21, 2019 in Clifford Township. Ms. Welfel also received 12 months of probation to run consecutive to the above sentence, pay a $100 fine, pay cost of prosecution, pay $100 Act 198 fee, obtain a drug and alcohol evaluation, not to utilize alcohol or controlled substances while on supervision, not to enter any establishment whose primary purpose is the sale of alcohol, submit to random drug and alcohol screenings for Possession of Drug Paraphernalia on June 21, 2019 in Forest City Borough.

Blaine E Teetsel, 50, of Springville, PA to 11 months to 23 months in Susquehanna County Correctional Facility, followed by 5 years of probation, pay a $100 fine, pay cost of prosecution, pay $50 Criminal Justice Enhancement Act fee, pay restitution to the victim in this case, obtain a drug and alcohol evaluation, obtain a mental health evaluation, not to utilize alcohol or controlled substances while on supervision, not to enter any establishment whose primary purpose is the sale of alcohol, submit to random drug and alcohol screenings, be subject to DNA testing requirements for Identity Theft on June 3, 2020 in Springville Township.

Scott Keith Moranda, 39, of Deposit, NY to 2 months to 23 months in Susquehanna County Correctional Facility, pay a $250 fine, pay cost of prosecution, pay restitution to the victim in this case, obtain a drug and alcohol evaluation, not to utilize alcohol or controlled substances while on supervision, not to enter any establishment whose primary purpose is the sale of alcohol, submit to random drug and alcohol screenings, be subject to DNA testing requirements and pay the $250 testing fee for Criminal Trespass on March 25, 2021 in Rush Township.

Gionaby Diaz-Rodriguez, 29, of Harrisburg, PA to 6 months of probation, the first 3 days of which shall be served under home confinement, pay a $1,000 fine, pay cost of prosecution, pay $100 Act 198 fee, pay $75 PA Department of Transportation Trust Fund fee, pay $10 EMS, obtain a drug and alcohol evaluation, complete the Alcohol Highway Safe Driving School Program, not to utilize alcohol or controlled substances while on supervision, not to enter any establishment whose primary purpose is the sale of alcohol, submit to random drug and alcohol screenings for Driving Under the Influence on October 9, 2019 in New Milford Township.

Tyler Joseph St. Andrew, 24, of Susquehanna, PA to 18 months of probation to run concurrent with any supervision currently being served, pay a $250 fine, pay cost of prosecution, pay $50 Criminal Justice Enhancement Act fee, continue with drug and alcohol treatment, not to utilize alcohol or controlled substances while on supervision, not to enter any establishment whose primary purpose is the sale of alcohol, submit to random drug and alcohol screenings, perform 25 hours of community service for Unauthorized Use of Motor Vehicle on May 3, 2020 in Oakland Borough.

Timothy Lance Buckner, 43, of Wilkes Barre, PA to 45 days to 12 months in Susquehanna County Correctional Facility, pay a $100 fine, pay cost of prosecution, pay $100 Act 198 fee, obtain a drug and alcohol evaluation, not to utilize alcohol or controlled substances while on supervision, not to enter any establishment whose primary purpose is the sale of alcohol, submit to random drug and alcohol screenings for Possession of Drug Paraphernalia on January 2, 2021 in Harford Township. Mr. Buckner also received a $500 fine and was ordered to pay the cost of prosecution and $100 under Act 198 for Possession of a Small Amount of a Controlled Substance on January 2, 2021 in Harford Township.

Thomas P Gallagher, 55, of Susquehanna, PA to 6 months of probation, pay a $300 fine, pay cost of prosecution, pay $10 Ems, pay $75 PA Department of Transportation Trust Fund fee, pay $100 Act 198, obtain a drug and alcohol evaluation, not to utilize alcohol or controlled substances while on supervision, not to enter any establishment whose primary purpose is the sale of alcohol, submit to random drug and alcohol screenings, complete the Alcohol Highway Safe Driving School Program, complete a CRN evaluation for Driving Under the Influence on May 24, 2020 in Thompson Township.

Chase Barlow McLaud, 30, of Clifford Township, PA to 6 months of probation, pay a $300 fine, pay cost of prosecution, pay $10 EMS, pay $75 PA Department of Transportation Trust Fund fee, pay $100 Act 198 fee, obtain a drug and alcohol evaluation, complete the Alcohol Highway Safe Driving School Program, not to utilize alcohol or controlled substances while on supervision, not to enter any establishment whose primary purpose is the sale of alcohol, submit to random drug and alcohol screenings, perform 10 hours of community service for Driving Under the Influence on March 2, 2021 in Lenox Township. Mr. McLaud also received 18 months of probation to run concurrent with the above sentence, pay a $500 fine, pay cost of prosecution, pay $50 Criminal Justice Enhancement Act fee, obtain a drug and alcohol evaluation, not to utilize alcohol or controlled substances while on supervision, not to enter any establishment whose primary purpose is the sale of alcohol, submit to random drug and alcohol screenings for Fleeing or Attempting to Elude the Police on March, 2, 2021 in Lenox Township.

The following were accepted into the Accelerated Rehabilitative Disposition Program: Orson Arnold Corey, Jerome A Benedict, Thomas E Wood, Cody Donald Smith, Brianna Renee Brewer, Francis M Martinez, April Lyn Garcia, Mitchell Douglas Morden, Christian J Randall, Dolores Jean Whitaker, Joshua James Jumper, Jeremy Carl James, Joseph Douglas Pettinato, Sammi Alexandra Green, Avy Marie Mudge.

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