Seventeen area residents were among 60 who were arraigned Monday at the Schuylkill County Courthouse on criminal charges and all entered pleas of not guilty and requested trial by jury. They were:

James Paul Weeks, 45, of 177 Marion Avenue, Tamaqua, charged by Rush Township Patrolman Richard Bekesy, with harassment of Penny Chescattle, of 88 E. Main St., Quakake, last Dec. 29 and disorderly conduct.

Matthew Ryan Frederick, 22, of 114 N. Greenwood St., Tamaqua, charged by Tamaqua Patrolman Matthew Bynon, with driving under the influence (DUI) and careless drving.

Betty J. Dolly, 39, of 418 E. Patterson St., Tamaqua, charged by Patrolman Bynon, with with DUI.

William A. Campbell, 44, of 19 Crystal Lane, Barnesville, charged by Rush Patrolman Adam Sinton, with DUI, driver required to be licensed and driving with improper headlight requirements.

Kevin T. Gray, 54, of 142 Penn St., Tamaqua, charged by Tamaqua Cpl. Henry Woods, with having involuntary deviate sexual intercourse with a child, involuntary deviate sexual intercourse with person under age 16, corruption of minors and three counts of indecent assault

Robert J. Anderson, 32, of 236 East St., Coaldale, charged by Coaldale Chief Timothy Delaney, with simple assault and harassment of Anne Miller.

Adam Jose Cruz, 26, of 20 Clay St., Tamaqua, charged by Tamaqua Patrolman Mathew Bynon, with DUI.

Jacki L. Sotomayor, 29, of 108 E. Patterson St., Lansford, charged by Coaldale Patrolman Jeremy Talanca, with endangering welfare of child, possession of a small amount of marijuana and drug paraphernalia and failing to drive on roadway laned for traffic.

Joseph R. Delaney, 32, of 222 E. Broad St., Tamaqua, charged by Tamaqua Cpl. Henry Woods, with four counts of involuntary deviate sexual intercourse, seven counts of indecent assault, three counts of indecent exposure and one count of corruption of minors.

Robert S. Linkhorst, 38, of 73 Buck Lane, Tamaqua R.D., charged by Tamaqua Patrolman Mattew Bynon, with DUI.

John Charles James Jr., 47, of 169 Sunny Drive, MaryD, charged by Trooper Brian Walters with DUI, driving an unregistered vehicle and failing to drive on roadway laned for traffic when stopped on Morea Road, West Mahanoy Township.

Joanne M. Rowlands, 51, of 70 Whitetail Crossing Road, Wildcat Development, Tamaqua (Walker Township), charged by Tamaqua Sgt. Richard A. Weaver, with delivery of a controlled substance (CS), possession with intent to deliver a CS, criminal use of communication facility (cell phone) and possession of a CS.

Douglas James Ahner, 29 of 710 Club Road, Palmerton, charged by West Penn Township Patrolman Dale Osenbach, with giving false identification to law enforcement authoritie, driving while his license was suspended and failure to have proper rear lighting equipment on his car.

Edward Thoms Frey, 40, of 237 W. Blaine St., McAdoo, charged by McAdoo Patrolman Joseph David, with DUI, failing to have proper headlight equipment on his car, failing to obey traffic control devices and driving an unregistered vehicle.

Marco Baker, 25, of 211 E. Bertsch St., Apt. 3W, Lansford, charged by Rush Patrolman Richard Bekesy, with fleeing or attempting to elude police, recklessly endangering another person, driving while operating privileges were suspended and exceeding maximium speed limits.

Eileen G. McGee, 53, of 39 Lauchnor Grove Road, Andreas, West Penn Township, charged by Tamaqua Patrolman Michael Hobbs, with passing a bad check to Reigel Fuel; Company, LLC, in amount of $500.

Joshua Christopher Grable, 24, of 121 W. Lehigh St., Coaldale, charged by Coaldale Patrolman Jeremy Talanca, with three counts of endangering welfare of children and one count of possession of a small amount of marijuana.

Holly Pauline Stackhouse, 56, Bethlehem, charged by Orwigsburg Patrolman Brandon T. Woll, with DUI and careless driving.

Thomas Febus, 35, Ridgewood, N.Y., charged by Tamaqua Patrolman Matthew Bynon, with DUI and failing to obey traffic control signals.

Anthony Moton, inmate at the state prison in Ryan Township, charged by Trooper Edward Lizewski with assault by life prisoner of a correctional officer by force, aggravated assault, aggravated assault of police officer, assault by prisoner and recklessly endangering another person.

Sher Afsar Khan, 63, Stroudsburg, charged by Tamaqua Patrolman Michael Hobbs, with passing a bad check.

Jonathan Adam Butruch, 28, Pittsburgh, charged by Coaldale Patrolman Scott Cramer, with burglary, theft and receiving stolen property.

Joshua Robert Huegel, 29, Pottsville, charged by Tamaqua Patrolman Matthew Bynon, with DUI and careless driving.

Marcel Mamouzette, 46, Hempstead, N.Y., charged by Coaldale Chief Timothy Delaney, with possession of a small amount of marijuana and drug paraphernalia.

Gary Warren Keister, 58, Tremont, charged by Trooper Joel Zimmerman with DUI on Keystone Street in Porter Township, failing to drive on roadway laned for traffic, failing to activate turning signals when required and failing to drive at safe speed.

Joshua Ryan Hippert, 22, Pine Grove, charged by Pine Grove Det. Lt. Thomas Trotter, with criminal attempt to commit criminal homicide by firing a 22 calibre rifle in home of Patrick Been, 269 S. Tulpehocken St.; aggravated assault, discharging a firearm in an occupied structure, simple assault, recklessly endangering another person and disorderly conduct.

Harry N. Bendas, 54, Locustdale, charged by Ashland Officer Richard Haraschak III, with DUI, driver required to be licensed, restrictions on alcoholic beverage in car and driving an unregistered vehicle.

Brittany Leigh Rumbel, 20, also known as Brittany Turner, Gilberton, charged by Trooper Joseph Aponick with DUI of drugs in North Union Township.

Tammy Marie Labota, 34, Verona, formerly of Minersville, charged b Saint Clair Patrolman Frank J. DiMarco, with retail theft of a television and computer from Walmart Store valued at $1,295.92.

Sarah Belle Wytovich, 29, Ashland, charged by Pottsville Patrolman Joseph H. Murton, with five counts each of forgery, identify theft and access device fraud and eight counts each of thefrt by deception and receiving stolen property. According to the police report filed to court Wytovich forged the name of Madeline Kerrigan, Pottsville, and used her credit card to make purchases totaling $1,504.73.

Wade Reed Hubler Jr., 34, Aristes, Northumberland County, charged by Trooper James S. Cuttitta with criminal trespass on property at Black Diamond Antiques Store, Schuylkill Mall, Frackville, theft of silver coins valued at $2,912 and receiving stolen property last Nov. 14. He is also charged by Trooper Cuttitta with criminal trespass on Black Diamond Antique Store last Nov. 16 and theft of 37 pieces of gold jewelry valued at $5,408, three counts of criminal mischief and two counts of receiving stoloen property.

Patrica Louise Brennan, 64, Pottsville, charged by New Castle Township Patrolman Ronald E. Romanchik, with retail theft from BonTon Department Store, Schuylkill Mall, of clothing items valued at $172.

Karen Marie Myers, 46, also known as Karen Marie Donton, Schuylkill Haven, charged by Saint Clair Patrolman Joseph J. Leskin Jr., with retail theft from Walmart Store various items valued at $31.96.

Kyle Francis Lombel, 19, Schuylkill Haven, charged by Schuylkill Haven Patrolman William I. Horn, with recklessly endangering another person and disorderly conduct.

Troy Dan Chamberlain, 40, Schuylkill Haven, charged by Schuylkill Haven Patrolman Warren G. Firing, with simple assault of Casey Chamberlain and endangering welfare of a child.

Pierre Allen Hewes, 34, Pottsville, charged by Pottsville Patrolman Joseph H. Murton, with theft of four video games and receiving stolen property from 711 W. Norwegian St.

Justin Michael Neff, 25, Minersville, charged by Pottsville Patrolman Paul R. Olson, with DUI, possession of drug paraphernalia, driving while operating privileges were suspended and careless driving.

Donald Eugene Funk II, 22, Shenandoah, charged by Trooper Mark W. Knock with giving a false identification to police, driving while operating privileges were suspended, failing to have required driver's license and driving an unregistered vehicle.

Aaron Jay Booterbaugh, 20, Pottsville, charged by Pottsville Patrolman Paul R. Olson, with corruption of minors, underage drinking, stop sign violation, restrictions on alcohol beverages in vehicle and failing to drive at safe speed.

Robert Haviland, 52, Pottsville, charged by Pottsville Patrolman Brian J. Reno, with DUI of drugs and careless driving.

Jessica L. Sediva, 23, Minersville, charged by Pottsville Patrolman Charles B. Webber, with two counts of theft of personal property of Jason Bowers while employed at Dunkin Donuts.

Adam Blaise Cola, 20, Port Carbon, charged by Pottsville Patrolman Joseph R. Welsh, with possession of drug paraphernalia.

James Scott Tropp, 43, Pottsville, charged by Pottsville Patrolman Paul R. Olson, with possession of an instrumewnt of crime (handgun) and violation of the city ordinance pertaining to firearms.

Kyle Robert Simpson, 29, Pottsville, charged by Pottsville Sgt. John R. Morrow, with possession of drug paraphernalia.

Jane Ellen Bruno, 44, Pottsville, charged by Pottsville Sgt. John R. Morrow, with theft services by taking a cab from Chester to Pottsville and failing to pay the fare of $217.10. She was also charged by Morrow with three counts each of forgery, identity theft, and access device fraud of credit card of John C. Jobrey, 140 W. Bacon St., and one count of criminal conspiracy.

Jason Gar McNitsky, 37, Schuylkill Haven, charged by Pottsville Patrolman Kirk A. Becker, with criminal trespass by breaking into the building at 611 Fairview Street, criminal trespass by remaining in the home of Heidi Lengle and loitering and prowling at night.

Matthew Robert Stephany, 20, Pottsville, charged by Pottsville Patrolman Richard Pugh, last March 8 with four counts of possession with intent to deliver a CS, two counts of possession and one count of possession of drug paraphernalia. Also on March 7 with one count each of delivery of a CS, possession with intent to deliver, criminal use of communication facility and possession of a CS. On Feb. 24 two counts of delivery of a CS and one count of cirminal use of cell phone.

James David Hairston, 29, Pottsville, charged by Pottsville Patrolman Kirk A. Becker, with simple assault and simple assault with a knife on Dustin Ballard, 123 W. Market St., and giving a false report to police.

Mark Lawrence Schmitz, 35, Lyons, Berks County, charged by Pottsville Patrolman Joseph H. Murton, with two counts of forgery and identity theft of Frederick Kemfort, III, 306 South Second Street, and three counts of theft by deception by removing $1,050 from the victim's bank account.

Rachel Evelyn Guscott, 20, Pottsville, charged by Pottsville Sgt. John R. Morrow, with possession of drug paraphernalia.

Felix Luis Torres, 27, Pottsville, charged by Pottsville Patrolman Renee R.Galle, with possession of a CS and misbranding a CS.

Chad Everett Lytle, 36, Pottsville, charged by Pottsville Patrolman Joseph R. Welsh, with possession of a CS.

David Charles Bentz, 43, Pottsville, charged by Pottsville Patrolman Michael P. Stank, with two counts of criminal attempt to commit homicide by firing a 22-calibre rifle into the ceiling in the home at 515 W. Harrison St. and two counts each of assault on law enforcement officer, recklessly endangering another person and simple assault and one count of disorderly conduct.

John Anthony Casella, Schuylkill Haven, charged by Pottsville Sgt. John Morrow, with two counts each of possession with intent to deliver a CS, possession of a CS and possessioin of drug paraphernalia.

Stephanie Hubler, 31, Locustdale, charged by Frackville Patrolman George Parnell, with criminal conspiracy, hindering apprehension, aiding consummation of crime and obstructing administration of law.

Robin Lori Hubler, 52, Aristes, charged by Frackville Patrolman George Parnell, with criminal conspiracy, two counts of hindering apprehension, jailing consummation of crime and obstructiing administration of law.

Wade R. Hubler Jr., 34, Aristes, charged by Frackville Patrolman George Parnell, with robbery of City Check Cashing Company, 125 S. Liberty Ave., kidnapping, aggravated assault with deadly weapon, theft of $96,686 from safe, possession an instrument of crime, unlawful restraint of Norma Moreno, a clerk, simple assault and false imprisonment by tying up victim.

James A. Middletown II, 18, Philadelphia, charged by Chief Patrick J. Carroll, Schuylkill Campus Police Chief of Penn State University, with institutional vandalism of door to gym causing $495 in damage and disorderly conduct by engaged in fighting.

Jeffery Snyder, 42, Minersville, charged by Saint Clair Patrolman Martin H. Sterner, with theft of electrical services from Saint Clair Electric Company.

Brittany Guris, 21, Pottsville, charged by Saint Clair Patrolman Martin H. Sterner, with retail theft from Walmart Store.