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Employee Allegedly Stole From Hughesville Employer
July 20, 2013
Employee Allegedly Stole From Hughesville Employer - A Shamokin woman faces theft charges after she allegedly took money from her place of employment in Wolf Township. PSP Trooper Justin Rosboschil said Taylor Marie Dettery, 26, of 29 Diamond St. entered Original Italian PIzza, 395 South Main Street sometime during April 25-26 and took a money bag containing $50 in cash and coins. Upon being taken into custody and having her belongings searched, it was found that Dettery was allegedly in possession of multiple drug paraphernalia item, Rosboschil said.
State police also responded to the following incidents:
- July 16, 6:50 p.m., police were called to the Econo Lodge in Loyalsock Township because co-workers of Jason M. Little, 29, of Cambridge, OH, reportedly discovered drug paraphernalia. Upon arrival, police discovered Little was in possession of said paraphernalia and brass knuckles, Trooper Daniel Kozak said. Little was taken into custody and transported to the PSP Montoursville barracks where police filed misdemeanor charges. Little was arraigned and committed to the Lycoming County Prison in lieu of bail, Kozak said.
- July 13, 6:45 p.m., Marlene W. Corson, 80, of Muncy, allegedly removed two shirts from their hangers which were offered for sale at Sears, 300 Lycoming Mall Circle. Corson placed the shirts in her purse then attempted to exit the store but was confronted by store employees, Trooper Martin said.
- July 12, 12:30 p.m., public drunkenes, South 3rd St., Hughesville, as Keven Eugene Frey was reportedly highly intoxicated in public, to the point that he was falling over in the street. Frey was subsequently transported to the Williamsport Hospital due to the level of intoxication, Trooper Troy Hansen said.
- During June 24 through July 16, Christopher Elam Bitner, 20, of 2213 Trout Run Mountain Road, Trout Run, allegedly removed a book of checks from Erma Peachey, 71, also of 2213 Trout Run Mountain Road. Bitner allegedly signed/forged 12 checks, then cashed them, defrauding Peachey of $2470. Bitner was arraigned; bail was set at $100,000 cash. Bitner could not post bail and was remanded to the Lycoming County Prison, Trooper Erik Barlett said.