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10 charged with drug-related offenses in separate cases |  News, Sports, Jobs

10 charged with drug-related offenses in separate cases | News, Sports, Jobs

10 charged with drug-related offenses in separate cases |  News, Sports, Jobs



Multiple charges were filed against Lycoming County Jail inmate Kaseem Bradshaw, 23, of 813 Elmina St., according to court records filed with District Judge Aaron Biichle’s office. Already incarcerated on charges of theft of state police services, the county’s Narcotics Enforcement Unit (NEU) has now charged Bradshaw with selling an undisclosed amount of fentanyl to an undercover officer twice, a statement alleges own risk. The first sale took place at East Third Street and Clayton Avenue in Loyalsock Township on May 14, while the second sale took place at William and North streets in the township on May 28, court records show. After his arraignment last week on two counts of delivery of a controlled substance and unlawful use of a cellphone before Biichle, Bradshaw was remanded in lieu of an additional $85,000 bail.

The judge also last week charged Meghan Pringle Good, 39, of 2629 Dove St., with the same felony charges for her alleged involvement in the sale of fentanyl to an informant on Jan. 11 and the sale of methamphetamine to an informant on January 11. 25, the NEU stated in an affidavit. Both sales took place at Good’s home in the 900 block of West Fourth Street, where she lived at the time, the court document states. Good is free on $50,000 bond.

In another case, Edward David Baity, 62, of 861 Park Ave., had every intention of selling the crack cocaine he kept in a pocket hidden in his baseball cap while walking on Seventh and Memorial avenues in the city on the afternoon of Nov. 16, according to an affidavit filed by the narcotics unit. However, that all changed when a detective spotted Baity and took him into custody for another criminal matter. Cocaine was seized at the time of the search, the court document states. Information about the other criminal matter was not available Monday night. Baity, who has been arrested by the narcotics unit in the past, was arraigned last week before Biichle on a felony charge of delivery of a controlled substance stemming from the mid-November incident. He was released on $50,000 bond.

In another NEU case, Kenneth Tyler Kreger of 10 Mountainview Drive, Nisbet, was charged with two counts each of delivery of a controlled substance and unlawful use of a communications device to sell drugs to an informant on two counts , it was assumed. in an affidavit. The first sale involved methamphetamine and took place at his former home in the 100 block of West Central Avenue in South Williamsport on Jan. 10, investigators say. The second alleged sale was of fentanyl and took place in the neighborhood on Route 15 on Jan. 24, investigators said. After his arraignment Sunday before District Judge William Solomon, Kreger was jailed in lieu of $50,000 bail.

In another NEU case brought before Biichle, Tyler John McKinney, 32, of 45 Fisher Road, Cogan Station, waived his preliminary hearing on two felony counts each of delivery of a controlled substance and unlawful use of a cell phone plus one count of theft by deception. . Court documents alleged McKinney sold crack cocaine to an undercover officer at West Edwin and Hepburn streets in the city on Feb. 8 and again on River Avenue in Loyalsock Township four days later. On February 15, he took $500 from an undercover officer with the understanding that the two would meet again and McKinney would sell him crack cocaine and methamphetamine. However, McKinney never came forward and later admitted to using the $500 “to buy crack cocaine and fentanyl” to feed their own additions to those drugs, according to investigators. He is free on bail in this case. He was previously arrested on a flight to avoid detention after failing to turn himself in on May 14 to face the same drug charges.

In another NEU case, Franklin Pierre Morris, 58, of 229 Campbell St., was charged with four counts of delivery of a controlled substance and three counts of unlawful use of a cell phone for his alleged involvement in four sales of crack cocaine to either an informant or an undercover officer between March 11 and 22, according to an affidavit. After his arraignment Monday before District Judge William Solomon, Morris was jailed in lieu of $35,000 bail.

In another NEU case, Derrick A. Erwin Jr., 33, also known as “Miles”, of 525 Eighth Ave., was jailed for two counts of delivery of a controlled substance for his alleged involvement in two sales of cocaine last July 31 in the city; one in the 300 block of High Street and another on Wildwood Boulevard, according to court records filed in Biichle’s office. Following his arraignment last week, Erwin was jailed in lieu of $85,000 bail.

In another NEU case, James Alfred Drummond, 37, of 302 W. Central Ave., South Williamsport, waived his preliminary hearing before District Judge Gary Whiteman on charges of felony delivery of a controlled substance and illegal use of mobile phone for his alleged involvement. in selling a small bag of crack cocaine to an informant for $200 in the 500 block of West Southern Avenue on Feb. 21. Initially jailed, he has since been released on $15,000 bond.

In another case, William Gonzales III, 51, of Renovo, was charged with possession of a controlled substance (meth) and possession of drug paraphernalia on Route 220 in Piatt Township on Feb. 8 , according to Lycoming Regional Police. He was recently arraigned on the charges and is free on $75,000 bail.

In another case, Michael W. Messner, 22, of 1208 Isabella St., was charged with possession of a controlled substance (one bag of methamphetamine), possession of a small amount of marijuana, and possession of paraphernalia drugs near Vine Avenue and Grier. Street on March 19, according to city police. He waived his preliminary hearing and is free on $10,000 bond.



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