Tamaqua man among five to appear on bench warrants
A Tamaqua man was among five defendants who were brought to Schuylkill County court on bench warrants and all were successful in having the warrants dissolved and bail restored.
Richard Edward Michlousky, 50, of 261 W. Rowe St., had his bench warrant dissolved by Judge Charles M. Miller and current bail reinstated with specification he must reside at the address stated, and must not relocate without written permission from the district attorney.
He faces three counts of making improper threats to influence in official matters and two counts of disorderly conduct brought by Tamaqua Patrolman Karl Harig. The police report claims he tossed a cement rock through the front room window at 261 W. Rowe St.
Nancy J. Frantz, Schuylkill Haven, had her bench warrant dissolved by Miller and bail set at $5,000 unsecured with stipulations that she reside at 101 S. Balliet St., Apt. 1, Frackville, must no possess or consume alcohol or illegal drugs, must not travel outside of Pennsylvania without permission from the district attorney and must provide evidence she is employed.
Frantz faces charges brought by Trooper Brian L. Walters of striking a car driven by Linda Tarlecki on SR61 in New Castle Township, and failing to stop, duty to give information and render aid, and failing to drive on roadway laned for traffic.
Jaleesa M. Jiggetts, 21,Jamacia, N.Y., had his bench warrant dissolved by Miller and same bal reinstated with stipulation he must reside at 117-39 164th St., Jamacia. He faces charges filed by Officer Matthew Dunn, Penn State University Police Department, with terroristic threats and harassment of a student at the Schuylkill Campus, North Manheim Township; and possession of a small amount of marijuana.
Luis Ramos, 35, Bronx, N.Y., had his bench warrant dissolved by Miller and current bail reinstated with stipulation Ramos must reside at 222 W. Coal St., Shenandoah, and must not relocated without written permission from the district attorney and before release must obtain an affidavit from the landlord to allow him to reside at the Shenandoah address. Ramos faces charges of possession of a controlled substance and drug paraphernalia by West Mahanoy Township Chief Shawn Tray.
Moises Ricardo Gonzalez, Mahanoy City, had his bench warrant dissolved by Judge James P. Goodman and he was remanded to a state correctional institution to be transported by the sheriff's office to await trial for a burglary charge of the Holt Electronic Manufacturing Building in Mahanoy Township, on Nov. 14, 2010. The building was formerly the Lincoln Elementary School Building of Mahanoy Area School District.
Hope Ann McManus, 25, Shenandoah, had the bench warrant dissolved by Miller and same bail reinstated with stipulations she must reside at 332 E. Mount Vernon St., Shenandoah, and not relocated without written permission from the district attorney's office. The bench warrant was issued last Jan. 22 when she failed to appear in court for a hearing. She faces charges of retail theft of women's clothing from Walmart Store in Saint Clair.