Tamaqua man is fined for disorderly conduct
A Tamaqua man was one of seven people who received hearings before Judge James P. Goodman in the Schuylkill County Court of appeals filed from summary convictions by magisterial district justices.
Ryan Anthony Petro, 29, of 635 E. Broad St., pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct and public drunkenness and was ordered to pay a $50 fine and costs imposed by a district justice.
Ashley E. Albright, 22, Sunbury Road, Cass Township, withdrew her appeal and entered a guilty plea of a charge of driving while her operating privileges were suspended and was fined $200. On the charge of failing to wear a seat belt, she was fined $10 plus all costs of prosecution. She was cited by Trooper Huffstutler when stopped last April 4 on I-81 in Cass Township. The court nolprossed charges of failing to carry car insurance and failing to carry a driver's license.
Stanley K. Washington Jr., Ashland, pleaded guilty to a charge of driving while his operating privileges were suspended and was fined $1,000 plus costs and must serve 30 days to six months in the Schuylkill County Prison beginning Wednesday, July 31, at 9 a.m. He was cited by Trooper Mark R. Demko when stopped in Ashland Borough last April 7.
Glen W. Williams III, 23, Mahanoy City, pleaded guilty to a charge of operating his vehicle while his license was suspended and was fined $1,000 plus costs and must serve 30 days to six months in the county prison beginning Friday, Aug. 23, at 9:30 a.m. He was cited by Trooper Brian Walters when stopped last March 30 on I-81 in Mahanoy Township.
John T. Nguyen, 20, of 213 S. 16th St., Allentown, pleaded guilty to a charge of driving while his operating privileges were suspended and was fined $200 and ordered to serve 30 days to six months in the county prison beginning Friday, Aug. 23, at 9:30 a.m. He also is eligible to apply for work release. He was stopped last May 20 on Owl Creek Road (Route 309) in Tamaqua.
Ashley Duran, 16, Shenandoah, was found guilty by Judge Goodman of charges of disorderly conduct and harassment and was ordered to pay the fine of $300 plus $23.50 in costs imposed by a district justice.
Daniel Stevenson, 23, Pottsville, was found guilty of a charge of harassment of people in the 100 block on North Centre Street, Pottsville, as cited by Patrolman Joseph James Krammes last Jan. 11. The fine of $25 plus $50 costs imposed by a district justice stands.