The following charges were filed in magisterial courts in Fayette, Greene, Washington and Westmoreland counties Nov. 26. Those listed are innocent until proven guilty.

Fayette County

Magisterial District Judge Michael Metros

Khalid Melton, 27, of Cleveland, Ohio, was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia and false identification to law enforcement.

Kaleia B. Lubich-Howard, 24, of Uniontown was charged with simple assault.

Magisterial District Judge Jennifer Jeffries

Jeffery R. Dulaney Jr., 29, of New Salem was charged with simple assault.

Nick M. Porterfield, 52, of Farmington was charged with DUI.

James P. Antolik, 46, of Uniontown was charged with DUI.

Dillion R. Hubscher, 27, of Uniontown was charged with possession of marijuana.

Tammy L. Golden, 43, of Uniontown was charged with retail theft.

Mark Hadenak, 30, of New Salem was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia and DUI.

Matthew S. Angelo, 38, of New Salem was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia and marijuana.

Daniel W. Karfelt, 31, of Uniontown was charged with possession of marijuana.

Magisterial District Judge Nathan Henning

Diana Miller, 30, of Uniontown was charged with possession of firearms prohibited.

Magisterial District Judge Mike Defino Jr.

Andrew J. Rider, 29, of New Salem was charged with DUI.

Lori A. Walters, 45, of Brownsville was charged with intent to possess a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and DUI.

Devin S. Palmer, 33, of Washington was charged with intent to possess a controlled substance.

Michael S. McChesney, 30, of Farmington was charged with intent to possess a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and DUI.

Edward Douglas, 49, of Brownsville was charged with intent to possess a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Curtis A. Brown, 77, of Brownsville was charged with intent to possess a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Michael L. Miller, 20, of Uniontown was charged with receiving stolen property.

Samantha L. Kokay, 28, of Allison was charged with DUI.

Stephanie J. Sisley, 28, of Vestaburg was charged with receiving stolen property, possession of drug paraphernalia and false identification to law enforcement.

Ronald L. Smith, 22, of Brownsville was charged with DUI and accident involving death or personal injury.

Magisterial District Judge Richard Kasunic II

John W. King, 53, of Denbo was charged with theft and receiving stolen property.

Thomas S. Elder III, 35, of Star Junction was charged with DUI.

Brandi L. Bonacci, 34, of Dunlevy was charged with cruelty to animals and neglect of animals.

Michael J. Overly, 20, of Everson was charged with simple assault.

Greene County

Magisterial District Judge David Balint

Richard L. Lemley, 66, of Aleppo was charged with DUI.

Richard L. Gump, 53, of Carmichaels was charged with theft.

Washington County

Magisterial District Judge Larry Hopkins

Josh W. Dankanecs, 29, of Bentleyville was charged with intent to possess a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and DUI.

Torrie D. Webb, 29, of Charleroi was charged with DUI.

Westmoreland County

Magisterial District Judge 10-1-03 (vacant office)

Donald M. Young, 43, of Greensburg was charged with simple assault.

Magisterial District Judge Charles Christner

Thomas D. Hepple, 40, of Fayette City was charged with accident involving damage to an attended vehicle.

Brandon L. Pugh, 23, of Ruffsdale was charged with DUI and accident involving damage to an attended vehicle.

Andrew M. Banner, 30, of N Belle Vernon was charged with simple assault.

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