Court cases

  • June 14, 2013

Numerous people appeared recently in Washington County Court on criminal charges. Appearing before Judge John DiSalle were:

Nathan Roberts, 25, of 141 Hillman St., Greensburg; driving under the influence, possession of a controlled substance; charged Aug. 26, 2011, after police found him passed out in a vehicle with two needles and a spoon in Washington; sentence – 72 hours to 6 months in jail followed by 12 months of probation, $1,000 fine.

William Lowe, 32, of 372 Cunningham Road, Claysville; retail theft, theft, second offense of DUI; charged July 13 for returning a television and a microwave he did not pay for to Walmart, Trinity Point, South Strabane, July 4, and charged Oct. 9 following a traffic stop on West Pike Street, Houston; sentence – 23 months of IPP, with the first 6 months on home monitoring with work release, restitution to be determined, no contact with Walmart, $1,500 fine.

Appearing before Judge Edward Borkowski were:

Kelly J. Walker, 36, of 579 Highland Ave., North Charleroi; retail theft; charged Oct. 2 for stealing $25 worth of merchandise from the Fisher Heights Giant Eagle, Carroll Township; sentence – 23 months of probation with the first 90 days on intense supervision, no contact with Giant Eagle.

Michael L. Trail, 35, of 1025 Oakland Ave., Charleroi; terroristic threats, simple assault; charged Sept. 10 for threatening to shoot a man and then hitting him with the gun at 1108 Oakland Ave., Charleroi; sentence – 3 to 6 weeks in jail, with credit for time served, 23 months of probation, no contact with the victim.

Clint J. Beauchamp, 35, of 21 Pearl Alley, Monongahela; third offense of DUI; charged Jan. 19 following a two-vehicle accident on Route 837 in Carroll Township with a blood-alcohol content of 0.142 percent; sentence – 90 days to 18 months in jail with work release, $1,500 fine.

Justin M. Moyernick, no age available, of 30 Oregon St., Apt. 1, Washington; possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of marijuana; charged Jan. 11 when police served a warrant and found marijuana and rolling papers; placed in the Probation Without Verdict program for 6 months.


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