Police news – Nov. 14

Weapons charge

filed against JS man

JERSEY SHORE — Shannon Bowes, 48, of 1567 River Road, Jersey Shore, has been charged with possession of a prohibitive offensive weapon after a sawed-off shotgun was discovered inside his home on July 30, according to Lycoming County Detective Stephen Sorage.

The discovery was made by sheriff deputies who were at the house to seize all firearms as to a judge’s protection from abuse order that had been filed against Bowes. He is free on $5,000 bail.

Weapon possession

BELLEFONTE — Jesse Boulden, 27, an inmate at SCI Benner Township was found in possession of a weapon on Oct. 30, state police at Rockview said.

The investigation is ongoing.

JS area man faces

theft charges

JERSEY SHORE — When Thomas Gonzalez was permitted to purchase a $1,084 chainsaw from Dunlap’s Lawn and Garden, at 246 Cement Drive in Jersey Shore with just a $100 down payment in mid-August, it was with the understanding that he would make additional payments in the coming weeks, according to Tiadaghton Valley Regional police.

However, when no additional payments were made by mid-October, police ended up charging Gonzalez, 54, of 150 Big Run Lane, Jersey Shore, with theft by deception, theft and misdemeanor shoplifting. He has been sent a summons to appear before a district judge.


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