Eleven admitted into Greene ARD Program

Bookmark and Share
Make text smaller Make text larger

WAYNESBURG – Greene County Judge Farley Toothman admitted several criminal defendants to the Accelerated Rehabilitative Disposition program Tuesday.


Those accepted into the program must serve at least one year probation and pay all fines and costs.


Defendants who enter the program charged with driving under the influence of alcohol also may have their driving privileges suspended and be required to refrain from the use or possession of alcohol.


Those who successfully complete the program can petition the court to have their criminal records expunged.


Jill Nicole Davis, 28, of 208 Cedarwood Dr., Carmichaels, charged with DUI controlled substance; Davis was involved in a traffic accident Sept. 24 in Carmichaels Borough. Police said Davis’ vehicle struck a parked car on E. George Street. Davis told police she was reaching for her purse and went off the road. Davis was found to be under the influence of prescription drugs Nordiazepam and Clonazepam. She received a 60-day driver’s license suspension and was ordered to perform 90 hours of community service.


David Ross Ewan, 19, of 1831 Dry Ridge Road, Cameron, W.Va., charged with DUI and DUI as a minor. Ewan was observed Nov. 30 by Waynesburg Borough police driving at a high speed along High Street. Police initiated a traffic stop on Ewan when he stopped along W. High St., near the Sherwin Williams store. Ewan had a blood-alcohol content of 0.127 percent. He received a 90-day driver’s license suspension and was ordered to perform 90 hours of community service.


Matthew A. Lofiego, 19, of 154 Brooks Road, Mount Morris, charged with DUI as a minor. Police stopped on Lofiego Dec. 2 when he was observed swerving in and out of his lane of traffic on E. Greene St. and nearly striking a guardrail by Kings Car Wash. Lofiego told police he dropped his cellphone and was reaching for it when he swerved. He had a 0.094 percent BAC. Lofiego received a 90-day driver’s license suspension and was ordered to perform 90 hours of community service.


David Wayne Stuebner, 45, of 1133 Blythedale Road, Elizabeth, charged with DUI and a summary traffic violation. On Nov. 25, Stuebner attempted to turn from Route 21 into the parking lot of Scotty’s Pizza in Franklin Township. As he entered the lot, Stuebner ran over railroad ties placed there to prevent entry from that point. He had a 0.0176 percent BAC. Stuebner received a driver’s license suspension of 60 days and was ordered to perform 90 hours of community service.


Richard Wilson Vanscoter, III, 20, of 210 E. Summit Ave., Westgrove, charged with DUI and three summary traffic violations. Vanscoter was involved in a one-vehicle accident June 8 along Route 2011 near the state line. He had a 0.124 percent BAC. Vanscoter received a driver’s license suspension of 60 days and was ordered to perform 90 hours of community service.


Robert James Gongloff, 23, of 253 Morgan St., Kingwood, W.Va., charged with retail theft. Gongloff was arrested Jan. 29 when he and an alleged accomplice, Joshua Luther Thrasher, attempted to remove a shopping cart full of merchandise from the Walmart in Franklin Township. Police said the merchandise was valued at $1,567.20. Gongloff was ordered to perform 90 hours of community service.


Wanda Sue Vanwinkle, 47, of 411 Goslin Road, Rices Landing, charged with DUI and a summary traffic violation. On Nov. 25, police observed Vanwinkle weaving in and out of traffic on Route 188 in Morgan Township. She had a 0.145 percent BAC. Vanwinkle received a driver’s license suspension of 30 days and was ordered to perform 90 hours of community service.


Genevieve Bowers, 31, of 301 Parkview Knoll, Carmichaels, charged with DUI and a summary traffic violation. Police were called to the scene of an overturned vehicle in front of a residence at 524 Nemacolin Road in Cumberland Township Oct. 25. Bowers told police she was a passenger in the vehicle and a male driver had fled the scene. Bowers could not provide police with his name but said they had come from the Sheetz at the Paisley Intersection. Police obtained surveillance footage from the store and found Bowers to be the lone occupant and driver of the vehicle. Her car sustained major damage and collided with a parked car causing minor damage to it. Bowers had a 0.135 percent BAC. She received a 60-day driver’s license suspension and was ordered to perform 90 hours of community service.


Melissa Marie Moore, 27, of 26 Hanna Lane, Morgantown, W.Va., charged with DUI and two summary traffic violations. Police responded to a suspicious vehicle call Sept. 25 in Cumberland Township. Moore was found asleep inside her car in the driveway of a residence at 927 S. Route 88 Road. She had a 0.244 percent BAC. Moore received a 60-day driver’s license suspension and was ordered to perform 90 hours of community service.


Michael Terrell, 29, of 360 Hackney Station Road, Amity, charged with DUI controlled substance. Terrell was found slumped over the steering wheel of his truck Dec. 2 in Waynesburg Borough with the four-way flashers activated. Police said Terrell told them he became tired after taking Oxycontin and pulled over. He admitted to police it was not prescribed to him. When police searched Terrell’s pockets, they found a bottle with three different types of prescription medication inside. Terrell was taken to Southwest Regional Medical Center where he tested positive for amphetamines, methamphetamines, Alprazolam and Oxycodone. He received a 60-day driver’s license suspension and was ordered to perform 90 hours of community service.


Mary Ellen Fleming, 41, of 476 Lippencott Road, Waynesburg, charged with DUI and three summary traffic violations. Fleming was involved in a one-vehicle accident near Kennel Road in Franklin Township Oct. 5. Police said Fleming hit a guardrail on the south side of Route 221. She told police she was texting when the accident occurred and admitted having a couple of alcoholic beverages prior to driving. Fleming had a 0.147 percent BAC. She was ordered to pay restitution for the guardrail to PennDOT in the amount of $441.82. Fleming received a driver’s license suspension of 60 days and was ordered to perform 90 hours of community service.


Bookmark and Share Make text smaller Make text larger
comments powered by Disqus
Most Popular
July
2014
Thursday
24
S M T W T F S
29 30 1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 9 10 11 12
13 14 15 16 17 18 19
20 21 22 23 24 25 26
27 28 29 30 31 1 2
O-R's Poll Question of the Day