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Schuylkill County court news

Published June 21. 2011 05:00PM

Divorces granted

Darlone Henninger, Shenandoah, was granted a divorce from Harold Henninger, Mahanoy City. They were married July 20, 2002.

John Trout, Auburn, was granted a divorce from Tammy Trout, Frackville. They were married Sept. 19, 1998.

Tracy E. Sabo, Ashland, was granted a divorce from Gary M. Sabo, Sunbury. They were married Aug. 7, 1999.

Ivana J. Fogarty, Ringtown, was granted a divorce from Patrick J. Fogarty, Frackville. They were married June 10, 2006.

Sandra L. Rodriguez was granted a divorce from David E. Rodriguez, both of Pine Grove. They were married Aug. 27, 2006.

Rebecca Stephany, Orwigsburg, was granted a divorce from Jason Stephany, Frackville. They were married Dec. 2, 2005.

Water rent charges

Northeaster Schuylkill Joint Municipal Authority filed charges against two property owners in Barnesville for payments owed.

A lien is sought on the property of Allen Belfatti, 1062 Barnesville Drive, Barnesville, Ryan Township, alleging $1,609.77 is owed and a lien is sought against Robert P. and Darlene L. Wonderlick alleging three unpaid bills on property at 152 Grier Avenue, Barnesville, Rush Township, in amounts of $1,294.07, $1,137.95 and $982.06.

Bail hearings

After a court hearing Judge Cyrus Palmer Dolbin dissolved bench warrants against a husband and wife and imposed straight bail.

John Adam Gill, 50, Heckscherville, Cass Towship, had bail set for $10,000. He faces charges of possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance, possessing liquid ammonia gas and other chemicals with intent to manufacture a controlled substance brought by Chief Anthony Kuklinski, Cass/FosterTownships police. Amanda J. Gill, 49, Pottsville, had bail set at $5,000. She faces charges of altering car plate, driving an unregistered vehicle and failing to carry car insurance brought by Minersville Patrolman Brian Pyle. She also faces a charge of hindering apprehension of her husband who were being sought by police.

Dolbin reduced the bail for Justin David Blume, 38, of 16 Golf Road, Barnesville, from $20,000 straight cash bail to $20,000 unsecured bail which means he does not post any money, however, if he jumps bail he becomes liable for the amount.

Blume faces charges of carrying a firearm without a license (45 calibre revolver), terroristic threats, simple assault, recklessly endangering another person and disorderly conduct filed by Trooper Bernard J. Walasavage and also charges of terroristic threats, intimidation of witnesses or victims and two counts of harassment filed by Trooper Robert Kluge Jr.

Fabian McGee, 32, Shenandoah, sought reduction of bail but his motion was denied by Dolbin. McGee faces charges of delivery and possession of a controlled substance filed by Shenandoah Capt. George Carado.

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