Wysox aggravated assault: Jason Vanderpool, 28, of Wysox is facing charges of felony aggravated assault, misdemeanor simple assault in the second degree and summary violation harassment — subject other to physical contact following a Jan. 13 incident on Dogwood Lane in Wysox.
According to the affidavit of probable cause, the victim told the Pennsylvania State Police that he was there to assist a woman moving out of her residence when Vanderpool attacked him. The victim related that he was hired to be on the scene so that no party involved with the move out would be intimidated or harassed during the move. The victim stated that Vanderpool requested to come into the home to ensure that none of his items were being removed. The victim agreed to this as long as Vanderpool remained civil. According to the victim, Vanderpool became irate once in the residence and the victim requested that Vanderpool leave the premises until the move was completed. Vanderpool is accused of denying the request and becoming combative with the victim, shoving the victim out of the way and then fleeing on foot down the road.
Vanderpool is in the Bradford County Correctional Facility on $30,000 bail and has a preliminary hearing on Feb. 5 with Magisterial District Judge Fred Wheaton.
Sayre DUI: Ronald Lucore, 31, of James City is facing DUI related charges following an incident on Dec. 7 at the intersection of West Lockhart Street and Keystone Avenue.
According to the affidavit of probable cause, Sayre Borough police were dispatched due to a vehicle being found in the middle of the intersection. When the officer approached the vehicle they found Lucore slumped over the wheel with the car still running and in drive. The officers knocked on the vehicle to wake Lucore and told him to put the car in park and shut it off. The officer asked Lucore where he was and Lucore said he did not know. Lucore was then asked if he had anything to drink that evening or if he ingested any narcotics. Lucore stated that he did smoke meth that night before he went driving.
The officers observed a large fixed knife on the left side of Lucore and instructed him to step out of the vehicle with his hands on his head so that they could secure the knife. Lucore submitted to the officers’ requests and was asked if he had anything else on his person. Lucore stated that he had another knife in his possession and he was patted down which revealed a pocketknife and a glass pipe. Lucore was arrested at that time and other drug paraphernalia related items were found at that time. Lucore failed a standard field sobriety test at the police department and was taken for a blood draw, which revealed methamphetamine in his system at the time of the draw.
Lucore is facing charges of misdemeanor DUI: controlled substance — schedule 2 or 3 — first offense, misdemeanor DUI: general impairment of driving safely — first offense, misdemeanor use/possession of drug paraphernalia and misdemeanor intentional possession of controlled substance by per not regulation.
Lucore has a preliminary hearing on Feb. 15 with Magisterial District Judge Todd Carr.
Athens DUI: According to the Pennsylvania State Police, 35-year-old Stephanie Evans of Athens was found to be in control of a motor vehicle while impaired by alcohol on Aug. 29 following a traffic stop on Route 220.
Wysox harassment: According to the Pennsylvania State Police, 55-year-old William Holland of Wysox is facing a charge of summary violation harassment — subject other to physical harm, following a Dec. 23 incident on Golden Mile Road in Wysox.
Standing Stone firearm possession by minor: The Pennsylvania State Police are investigating an incident that occurred on Dec. 26 in Standing Stone Township. According to the release report, a 16-year-old juvenile male was found to be in possession of a .32 caliber revolver. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Pennsylvania State Police at (570) 265-2186.
Illegal sale of firearm: According to the Pennsylvania State Police, 21-year-old Brady McNett of Canton and 21-year-old Gunnar Wesneski of Canton are facing a charge for the illegal sale of a firearm following a July 31 incident. The release report states that an investigation revealed that Wesneski sold a revolver to McNett in May as an undocumented cash sale. McNett then resold the firearm to a third subject where it was seized by the state police.