The following charges were filed in magisterial courts in Fayette, Greene, Washington and Westmoreland counties Nov. 16-18. Those listed are innocent until proven guilty.

Fayette County

Magisterial District Judge Michael Metros

Elliott N. Stanley, 20, of Lemont Furnace was charged with possession of marijuana.

Magisterial District Judge Ronald Haggerty

Kaine A. Walkos, 21, of Connellsville was charged with DUI, intent to possess a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Jeffrey J. Forsythe, 55, of Connellsville was charged with DUI.

Magisterial District Judge Jennifer Jeffries

Charlotte J. Friday, 35, of Uniontown was charged with terroristic threats and simple assault.

Charles E. Mitchell, 36, of Uniontown was charged with intent to possess a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Bradley E. Danjou, 47, of Markleysburg was charged with criminal mischief.

Kyle J. Hair-Stewart, 21, of Uniontown was charged with DUI.

Torrie K. Brown, 26, of California, Pennsylvania, was charged with intent to possess a controlled substance and possession of marijuana.

Krystle C. Paterson, 36, of Uniontown was charged with retail theft.

Willie J. Vales, 46, of Uniontown was charged with simple assault.

Magisterial District Judge Nathan Henning

Jackie S. Hart, 56, of Lemont Furnace was charged with bad checks.

Magisterial District Judge Mike Defino Jr.

Wanya T. Harris, 22, of Brownsville was charged with simple assault and criminal mischief.

Magisterial District Judge Daniel Shimshock

Jeremy S. Sullivan, 40, of Hopwood was charged with burglary, criminal trespass, theft, receiving stolen property and loitering at night.

Jason C. Chipps, 47, of Smithfield was charged with simple assault.

Joseph A. Aten, 20, of Cadillac, Michigan, was charged with corruption of minors, criminal use of a communications facility, disseminating explicit sexual material, indecent exposure, unlawful dissemination of an intimate image and open lewdness.

Magisterial District Judge Richard Kasunic II

James C. Woodward, 22, of Everson was charged with simple assault, reckless endangerment and criminal mischief.

Ralph W. Hicks, 44, of Point Marion was charged with retail theft.

Felicia M. Hicks, 41, of Point Marion was charged with retail theft.

Crystal M. Maharowski, 36, of Dunbar was charged with DUI.

Greene County

Magisterial District Judge David Balint

Tommy J. Eddy III, 22, of Westover, West Virginia, was charged with defiant trespass and harassment.

Washington County

Magisterial District Judge Larry Hopkins

Damian J. Pearce, 20, of Fayette City was charged with tampering with evidence, intent to possess a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia. 0

Magisterial District Judge Curtis Thompson

Carey J. Davis, 29, of Belle Vernon was charged with DUI.

Cordale R. Poling, 24, of Follansbee, West Virginia, was charged with theft.

Thomas W. Shumar, 67, of Ellsworth was charged with DUI.

Westmoreland County

Magisterial District Judge Charles Christner

Abbey R. Glister, 19, of Madison was charged with possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia.

Ashley M. Kreinbrook, 26, of Herminie was charged with possession of marijuana.

Gaijin M. Swint, 29, of Herminie was charged with possession of marijuana.

Nya L. Deshields, 24, of Jeannette was charged with DUI.

Andrew A. Temoshenka, 50, of Belle Vernon was charged with DUI.

Jonathon H. Nugara, 24, of Belle Vernon was charged with theft and receiving stolen property.

Jacob Feltrop, 23, of Negley, Ohio, was charged with simple assault, reckless endangerment and disorderly conduct.

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