Police Briefs, March 28, 2013
Two charged in burglary
Two Dushore residents have been arrested for burglarizing an apartment in Cherry Township, Sullivan County, police said.
William Baals, 24, and Dustin Crawford-Albright, 19, are accused of breaking into John Farrell's apartment earlier this month and stealing two flat-screen televisions, police said.
The burglary occurred in the Overton Apartments on Overton Road, police said.
After being arrested on Monday, Baals and Crawford-Albright were arraigned before Sullivan County Magisterial District Judge Jennifer Vandine, police said.
Baals was sent to the Montour County jail in lieu of $50,000 bail, police said.
Crawford-Albright was sent to the Clinton County prison in lieu of $50,000 bail, according to the state police at Laporte.
Towanda resident charged with forgery
George Dunn, 29, of Towanda is accused of passing approximately 22 bad checks at Hurley's Supermarket in Towanda, Bishop's True Value in Ulster, and Williams Oil & Propane in Towanda, police said.
Dunn was charged with 22 counts of forgery and 22 counts of bad checks, state police said.
The bad checks were passed between March 25, 2012 and Dec. 9, 2012, police said.
Dunn has been sent a summons ordering her to appear before Towanda Magisterial District Judge Timothy Clark on April 17.
According to the state police, Dunn is a female.
The following people were recently charged with driving while under the influence in Bradford County:
-- Jamey Roach, 31, of Sardis, Tenn., by the Towanda police, on Feb. 23, on Main Street in Towanda Borough. A test showed that Roach's blood alcohol content on the day of his arrest was .176 percent. Roach has been sent a summons ordering him to appear before Towanda Magisterial District Judge Timothy Clark on April 17.
-- April May Vanderpool-Thetga, 30, of Towanda, by the state police, on Feb. 23, on state Route 2027 in Towanda Township. A test showed that Vanderpool-Thetga's blood-alcohol content on the day of her arrest was .126 percent. Vanderpool-Thetga has been sent a summons ordering her to appear before Towanda Magisterial District Judge Timothy Clark on April 17.
-- Richard Arden Redman Jr., 48, of Great Falls, S.C., by the state police, on Feb. 27, on U.S. Route 6 in North Towanda Township. The DUI charge stems from a one-vehicle accident that Redman was involved in. A test showed that Redman's blood alcohol content on the day of the accident was .185 percent.