Waverly man arrested on warrant

Waverly Village police have apprehended a Waverly man sought in relation to a Nov. 17 domestic incident, according to information from village police.

Police arrested Buck Lee Bates, 28, Sunday at his Fulton Street residence on a warrant for his arrest, police said. Bates is alleged to have attacked a female victim during the domestic incident, causing injury, police said.

Police charged Bates with criminal contempt, endangering the welfare of a child, unlawful imprisonment and assault in the third degree, according to police.

Bates was arraigned Sunday in Village of Waverly court and was remanded to the Tioga County Jail without bail to await further court action, police said.

Wyalusing woman charged with corruption of minors

Jessica Susanj, 35, of Wyalusing was recently charged with corruption of minors after sending inappropriate text messages to a 17-year-old male, police said. According to Pennsylvania State Police, the text messages were sent between May 1 and Oct. 26.

Mailbox vandalized in Rome Twp.

A mailbox on North Rome Road in Rome Township was vandalized between 7:30 p.m. and 8 p.m. on Dec. 3, police said. The victim, a 41-year-old Rome resident, reported that a person used an unknown object to cause the damage.

Anyone with information regarding this complaint is encouraged to contact the State Police at Towanda at 570-265-2186.

The following people were recently charged with driving while under the influence in Bradford County:

Douglas Wayne Williams, 45, of Towanda, by the state police, on Oct. 10, on State Route 1043/Sheshequin Road. Williams has also been charged with failing to stay in his lane. According to police, a blood test revealed Williams' blood alcohol content was .23 percent on the day of his arrest. Williams, who lives on Vails Lane, has been sent a summons to appear before Magisterial District Judge Timothy Clark on Jan. 2 for a preliminary hearing.

Brandon James Hickox, 26, of Towanda, by the Towanda police, on Nov. 4, on the Merrill Parkway in Towanda. Hickox has also been charged with failure to stop at a stop sign, driving on the wrong side of the road, and careless driving. According to police, a blood test revealed Hickox's blood alcohol content was .218 percent on the day of his arrest. Hickox has been sent a summons to appear before Magisterial District Judge Timothy Clark on Dec. 26 for a preliminary hearing.

Dalton D. Bacorn, 20, of Towanda, by the Towanda police, on Oct. 22, on Main Street in Towanda. Bacorn has also been charged with driving on the wrong side of the road, careless driving, and failure to use his turn signals. According to police, a blood test revealed Bacorn's blood alcohol content was .197 percent on the day of his arrest. Bacorn has been sent a summons to appear before Magisterial District Judge Timothy Clark on Dec. 14 for a preliminary hearing.

Justin Kyle Barrowcliff, 24, of Towanda, by the state police, on July 26, on the Merrill Parkway in Towanda. Barrowcliff has also been charged with driving with a suspended licence, failure to stay in his lane, driving with an open container of alcohol, and failure to use his seatbelt. According to police, a blood test revealed Barrowcliff's blood alcohol content was .181 percent on the day of his arrest. Barrowcliff has been sent a summons to appear before Magisterial District Judge Timothy Clark on Dec. 21 for a preliminary hearing.

Robert Charles Fansler Jr., 50, of Wyalusing, by the state police, on Oct. 25, in Albany Township. Fansler has also been charged with driving on the wrong side of the road and careless driving. According to police, a blood test revealed Fansler's blood alcohol content was .302 percent on the day of his arrest. Fansler has been sent a summons to appear before Magisterial District Judge Timothy Clark on Dec. 21 for a preliminary hearing.

Llyod Jacob Bailey, 27, of Towanda, by the state police, on Oct. 13, on South Main Street in Towanda. Bailey has also been charged with driving without registration, failure to stay in his lane, and careless driving. According to police, a blood test revealed Bailey's blood alcohol content was .12 percent on the day of his arrest. Bailey has been sent a summons to appear before Magisterial District Judge Timothy Clark on Jan. 2 for a preliminary hearing.

Davaajargal Grish, 37, of Monroeton, by the state police, on Oct. 18, on Main Street in Towanda. Grish has also been charged with failure to stay in his lane, and careless driving. According to police, a blood test revealed Grish's blood alcohol content was .125 percent on the day of his arrest. Grish has been sent a summons to appear before Magisterial District Judge Timothy Clark on January 16 for a preliminary hearing.

Towanda male charged with theft

Tyler John McCormick, 20, of Towanda was recently charged with theft by unlawful taking or disposition relating to an incident that occurred in Sheshequin Township the night of Aug. 24.

According to police, McCormick is accused of stealing two sterling silver wedding rings, a portable radio scanner, and a cell phone from his mother, Shirley McCormick, of Wysox. The items are valued at approximately $400. The wedding rings were discovered by police at Joe's Second Hand Store, located on Main Street in Towanda, according to police. A receipt was produced that showed Tyler McCormick had received $30 in exchange for the rings, police said.

Tyler McCormick has been sent a summons to appear before Magisterial District Judge Timothy Clark on Dec. 14 for a preliminary hearing.

Towanda male charged with possession of a controlled substance

Michael J. Labor, 22, of Towanda was charged by Towanda Police with possession of a controlled substance and public drunkenness relating to a Nov. 7 incident on Mix Avenue in Towanda. According to police, Labor was found with two Clonazepam pills in his pocket without having a prescription for them.

Labor has been sent a summons to appear before Towanda Magisterial District Judge Timothy Clark on December 26 for a preliminary hearing.

Accident occurs in Towanda

Erica Stroud, 29, of Towanda was uninjured when she was involved in a recent motor vehicle accident in Towanda Borough, police said.

Stroud, who lives on Mechanic Street, was driving south on North Fourth Street when she failed to come to a stop at the intersection with Elm Street. Stroud's Ford Focus traveled off the right side of the road and struck the end of a guardrail, causing damage to her right front tire and the area around the tire.

The accident occurred at 4:50 p.m. on Tuesday.