Polices News – Sept. 21
JERSEY SHORE — In a local plea agreement, this one before District Judge Jerry C. Lepley, Natasha Renee Evelhair, 31, of Lock Haven, agreed to plead guilty to a summary disorderly conduct after Tiadaghton Valley Regional Police agreed to withdraw a felony and misdemeanor charges of theft and receiving stolen property.
The charges stemmed from allegations that Evelhair allegedly stole a lawn mower and a grass trimmer from her ex-girlfriend’s garage at 323 N. Lincoln Ave., Jersey Shore, on Aug. 22. Lepley approved a payment plan for Evelhair after he set fines and court costs at $363.
In another case, Lepley approved a payment plan for Shiloh Sheddy-Flanigan, 22, of 738 Antlers Lane, after the Woodward Township man pled guilty to a charge of criminal mischief stemming from damage done at the Weis Market, 1440 Allegheny St., Jersey Shore, where the man intentionally knocked several alcoholic beverages off the shelves during a disturbance with his girlfriend on July 17, Tiadaghton Valley police said in court papers.
Sheddy-Flanigan made arrangements to pay $542 in fines, plus $80 in restitution to the supermarket. Police agreed to drop charges of unauthorized use of a motor vehicle and disorderly conduct.