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CRIMINAL COMPLAINTS

The following criminal complaints were filed between April 8 and April 13:

ARCHBALD

• Christopher Ryan Gillow, 24, of Bethany, faces charges of simple assault, disorderly conduct and harassment following an alleged domestic assault involving his fiancÚ, Kathryn Tini, on April 9. Gillow was held for $25,000 bail following an arraignment that day. A preliminary hearing is set for April 18.

CARBONDALE

• David M. Romero, 36, of Jersey City, N.J., faces charges of theft from a motor vehicle, theft by unlawful taking, receiving stolen property, and the possession of a controlled substance with the intent to deliver following the alleged theft of a wallet belonging to Joseph Healey from a Weis Market parking lot in Carbondale on April 4. Romero was held for a lack of $10,000 bail following an April 11 arraignment. A preliminary hearing is set for April 18.

• Dennis Patrick Casey, 38, of Carbondale, faces charges of simple assault, reckless endangerment, harassment and disorderly conduct following an alleged domestic violence incident involving Susan Kelly on April 9. Casey allegedly punched Kelly in the face, leaving her with a black eye. He was arraigned April 10 and held for a lack of $10,000 bail. A preliminary hearing is set for April 18.

• Francis Joseph Moran, 44, of Carbondale, faces charges of simple assault, resisting arrest, reckless endangerment and disorderly conduct following a December 2010 fight involving Richard Kopa. Moran allegedly hit Kopa in the head with a pipe wrench. He was arraigned April 12 and held for a lack of $7,500 bail. A preliminary hearing is set for April 18.

SCRANTON

• Benjamin Gass, 20, of Scranton, faces charges of simple assault, resisting arrest and escape following an alleged incident on April 8 including the assault of his girlfriend, Talisa Collins. Police discovered Gass was wanted in Camden, N.J., on burglary and escape charges through a search of the National Crime Information Center. He was held for a lack of $5,000 bail following an April 8 arraignment. A preliminary hearing is set for April 18.

• Christopher Cory Jacoby, 32, of Factoryville, faces charges of forgery, acquisition by misrepresentation, forgery and criminal attempt for allegedly forging a prescription for Oxycontin that he tried to fill at Leonard’s Pharmacy on April 8. He was released on $5,000 unsecured bail following an arraignment that day. A preliminary hearing is set for April 18.

• Stephanie Nicole Johnson, 33, of Scranton, faces charges of criminal mischief, disorderly conduct, harassment and public drunkenness for an alleged April 12 incident where she destroyed furniture belonging to Anna Mae Nallin. Johnson allegedly told police she broke the items because “that old (expletive) is (expletive) my mans.” She was released on $5,000 unsecured bail after an arraignment that day. A preliminary hearing is set for April 18.

• James Thompson, 50, of Scranton, faces charges of disorderly conduct and resisting arrest for an alleged April 11 incident involving his neighbors Thomas Davis, Nerida Hernandez and Angel Rosa. Thompson allegedly resisted arrest despite officers using pepper spray, a baton and tasing the man twice. He was held for a lack of 10 percent of $5,000 bail following an arraignment that day. A preliminary hearing is set for April 18.

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