The following defendants waived their right to a preliminary hearing in central court on Wednesday:
Kristian J. Lolas, 18, of Osterburg, on May 11 was charged with simple assault and harassment. State police said Lolas allegedly attempted to throw his mother, Carrie A. Lolas, down the porch steps outside their residence during physical altercation on May 11. Carrie Lolas told police Kristian Lolas and her juvenile daughter were brought back to their residence by their grandmother and were angry they had to return home suddenly, according to court documents. Police said Kristian Lolas allegedly threw a blunt object through a living room window and forcefully pulled his mother outside the home to the porch. Carrie Lolas told police her husband intervened to break up the altercation, documents said. Bail was modified from $15,000 straight to unsecured.
Stephanie K. McIntire, 48, of Berkeley Springs, West Virginia, on Nov. 22, 2017, was charged with possession of a controlled substance and drug paraphernalia. State police said McIntire was charged following an Oct. 4, 2017, incident along Interstate 99 in Bedford Township. Police said McIntire was found in possession of heroin and 10 Xanax pills not obtained through a valid prescription. Bail was set and posted at 10 percent of $7,500.
Joshua W. Williams, 37, of Buffalo Mills, on April 1 was charged with illegal use of certain solvents and noxious substances and disorderly conduct. State police said troopers responded to 6201 Allegheny Road, Harrison Township for an unresponsive male. When police arrived, they found Williams walking around outside the home, but he denied knowing anyone called 911. Police spoke to Williams’ sister, who told them she called 911 after her brother appeared to be unconscious and was in possession of a can of air duster. Troopers said in their criminal complaint that Williams had dilated eyes and appeared confused and sluggish. Bail was set at $7,500 unsecured.
Phillip S. West Jr., 24, of Baltimore on April 18 was charged with possession of a small amount of marijuana and DUI. State police said West was arrested for suspected DUI during a traffic stop about 10:50 p.m. March 12 along Route 30 in West Providence Township. Police said West’s vehicle was stopped after police witnessed it swerving in the westbound lane and increasing and decreasing speeds between 40 and 70 mph. West told police he had smoked marijuana at the Sheetz in Breezewood, according to court documents. Two small bags of marijuana were found in the vehicle. A blood test showed West had THC, the chemical in marijuana, in his system. Bail was set at $5,000 unsecured.
The following defendants pleaded guilty to charges in central court on Wednesday:
James R.S. Anderson, 32, of Bedford, pleaded guilty to possession of drug paraphernalia, filed by state police on March 18. State police said Anderson was found in possession of suspected marijuana and a smoking device during a traffic stop March 15 along Lincoln Highway in West Providence Township. Anderson paid $780.55 in costs and fines.
Chad A. George, 43, and Timothy M. McLarney, 53, both of Cumberland, Maryland, pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct, filed by state police on March 4. State police said George and McLarney were stranded in the woods during a snowstorm near Beans Cove Road in Southampton Township on Jan. 19. The Flintstone Fire Department was dispatched to rescue the men that night. Both men were allegedly drinking that night and did not give a reason for being far into the woods during a snowstorm, police said. Both paid $675.55 in costs and fines.
Trejon D. Kilgore, 25, of Altoona pleaded guilty to possession of drug paraphernalia, filed by state police on March 18. State police said Kilgore was found in possession of a small bag of suspected marijuana during a traffic stop about 5:30 p.m. March 4. Kilgore paid $780.55 in costs and fines.