Four Coaldale residents charged with possessing materials to manufacture an illegal drug were among 29 who were arraigned Monday before District Attorney James P. Goodman at the Schuylkill County courthouse and all entered not guilty pleas to the criminal charges brought against them.

Tyler Matthew Strawdinger, of 101 E. High St., charged by Coaldale Patrolman Charles Blesse, with criminal conspiracy, four counts of possession of chemicals with intent to manufacture drugs and one count of possession of drug paraphernalia.

Information filed to court states when a probation officer visited the home he noticed material used to manufacture methanphetamine, plus 43 bags of heroin and summoned police.

James R. Levan, 20, of 101 E. High St., Coaldale, charged by Blesse with criminal conspiracy, possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance (CS), four counts of possession of chemicals with intent to manufacture drugs, two counts of possession and one count of possession of drug paraphernalia.

Michelle Linda Romig, 37, of 101 E. High St., charged by Patrolman Blesse with criminal conspiracy, possession with intent to deliver, four counts of possession of chemicals with intent to manufacture drugs, two counts of possession and one count of possession of drug paraphernalia. Information filed to court states a probation officer went to the residence to talk to Romig about placement in the Accelerated Rehabilative Disposition (ARD) probation program reserved for first offenders when he saw the material used to manufacture drugs.

Patrick Michael Shoemaker, of 101 E. High St., charged by Blesse with criminal conspiracy, four counts of possession chemicals with intent to manufacture drugs and one count of possession of drug paraphernalia.

Other cases

Gino A. Cicioni, 44, of 85 Cumberland Avenue, Tamaqua R.D., charged by Tamaqua Patrolman Peter Wysochansky, with possession an instrument of crime, terroristic threats, resisting arrest, simple assault, recklessly endangering another person and disorderly conduct.

Information filed to court states last April 5 Cicioni pulled a gun from a holster when confronted by police in the Boyer Market parking lot and then fled into the store. Chief David Mattson followed him into the store and Cicioni pointed the gun at the chief who ordered the customers to get down on the floor of the store and finally Cicioni surrendered to the police.

Dorothy Lois Molion, 39, of 27 Center St., Tamaqua, charged by Tamaqua Patrolman Michael Hobbs, with retail theft of three packs of gum valued at $2.59 from Boyer's Food Market.

Leonard A. Ruggiero, 53, of 101 First St., Coaldale, charged by Coaldale Patrolman Charles Blesse, with two counts each of delivery of a controlled substance, possession with intent to deliver, possession, and possession of drug paraphernalia last November and April.

Justin Ryan Green, 24, of 128 Pine View Lane, New Ringgold, charged by Pottsville Cpl. Francis Lynagh, with forgery, escape from police custody, criminal attempt to commit theft and resisting arrest.

Information filed to court states last June 9 Green removed himself from police custody when confronted at drive thru window of Sovereign Bank, while attempting to cash forged check and fled on foot but was apprehended a few blocks away from the bank on Howard Avenue. The check belonged to Karen Dixon who had alerted the bank.

William E. Coward, 40, Ashland, charged by Butler Township Lt. Daniel Holderman, with 16 counts of a person not to possess firearms, six counts of misbranding a controlled substance and one count of receiving stolen property and a summary charge of illegal driving on left sight of roadway. Information filed to court claims police found several automatic pistols and numerous boxes of ammunition.

Peter J. Schultz, 45, Hegins, charged by Hegins Township Patrolman Troy Maurer, with three counts of delivery of a controlled substance from his home, three counts each of possession with intent to deliver, possession and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Jeremy Robert Boehmer, 21, Ringtown, charged by Trooper Michael Marinchak with simple assault and harassment of Courtney Moran.

Rochelle A. Yesalusky, 27, Frackville, charged by Frackville Patrolman George Parnell, with four counts of harassment by cell phone Kristine Smith and Adam Yesalusky, her ex-husband.

Carlos Correa, 24, Shenandoah, charged by Shenandoah Capt. George Carado, with two counts each of possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance and possession, and possession drug paraphernalia and one count of possession with intent to deliver.

William John Coyle, 46, Shenandoah, charged by West Mahanoy Township Patrolman Raymond Tonkinson III, with theft of services from Shenandoah Water Authority and illegal extension of water line.

Steven Frederick Davis, 37, of 416 S. Cleveland St., McAdoo, charged by Rush Township Patrolman Corey Herring, with criminal conspiracy, retail theft from Walmart Store of items valued at $1,495.84 and receiving stolen property.

Richard Edward Schlack, 25, Hazleton, charged by Patrolman Herring with criminal conspiracy with Steven Frederick Davis, retail theft from Walmart, receiving stolen property and a summary charge of a driver required to be licensed.

Joseph Anthony Becker, 55, Shenandoah, charged by Shenandoah Lt. Gary Keppel, with theft of leased property from Lightning Rent-To-Own Store, of a washer and dryer valued at $1,017.

Richard Daniel Cannavacciuolo, 20, Schuylkill Haven, charged by Minersville Patrolman Jeffrey R. Bowers, with possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance, criminal use of communication facilty and possession.

Courtney Elizabeth Gerger, 20, Pine Grove, charged by Saint Clair Patrolman Frank J. DiMarco, with possession of drug paraphernalia and retail theft from Walmart Store.

Marissa Raquel Cook, 19, Pottsville, charged by Schuylkill County Drug Task Force with delivery of a controlled substance in Pottsville, possession with intent to deliver and possession.

Michael A. Flickinger, 36, Port Carbon, charged by New Castle Township Patrolman Ronald E. Romanchik, with indecent assault and harassment of a clerk at Nirvana's Closet, Schuylkill Mall.

Allen Floyd Enders, 39, charged by Trooper Edward J. Sanchez with two counts each of retail theft, corruption of minors and criminal conspiracy.

Elizabeth Anne Norris, 39, Palo Alto, charged by Trooper Bernard S. Spece with two counts each of aggravated and simple assaults on pollice office and one counts each of resisting arrest and disorderly conduct.

John Robert Curtis, 35, Locustdale, charged by Saint Clair Patrolman Martin H. Sterner, with retail theft of $1,298.96 in merchandise from Walmart Store, criminal conspiracy and receiving stolen property.

Stephanie Lee Enders, 30, Schuylkill Haven, charged by Trooper Edward J. Sanchez with two counts of cirminal conspiracy to commit retail theft.

Raymond Jose Bentivegna, 50, Frackville, charged by Frackville Patrolman Anthony Kankowski, with seven counts of recklessly endangering several police officer and a county probation officer, five counts of simple assault and one count each of disorderly conduct and public drunkenness.

Shawn A. Lutz, 24, Shenandoah, charged by Pottsville Patrolman James P. Englert, with simple assault on a security guard in the emergency room at the Schuylkill Medical Center and disorderly conduct.

Frederick Francis Rabbits III, 29, Port Carbon, charged by Pottsville Patrolman Joseph H. Murton Jr., with possession of a three counts each of receiving stolen property and theft from a motor vehicle from he car of Michael Zoeller, of Mountan Top, and one count of possession.

Luis Anton Guadalupe, 24, Pottsville, charged by Pottsville Patrolman Brian W. Kotzmoyer, with possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance, possession and possession of drug paraphernalia.