Christopher James Warns, 22, 19 N. Washington St., has been charged with aggravated bodily harm, child welfare, simple bodily harm, and ruthless risk to another person after allegedly breaking and breaking his two-month-old son's left leg had the child's left collarbone Wednesday in his residence.
Muncy police received the call reporting an injured child after the child was held in a cot. However, it was later reported that Warns allegedly hit the baby's leg in a "Tantrum when changing head against baby diaper", according to court records.
The baby was treated in the Muncy Valley emergency room and then taken to the Geisinger Medical Center for surgery and other treatments.
There was no information regarding the detention or when warnings from District Judge Jon E. Kemp for his preliminary hearing will appear, which are available in the received court documents.
In another incident, 33-year-old Adam Edwards of 5801 Pine Run Road, Mifflin Township, waived his indictment for DUI and related offenses related to stopping his pickup for speeding in the 11000 block of Route 220 in Porter Township on March 8 at around 10:10 a.m., according to the DUI Task Force of the county.
"Edwards was seated in the driver's seat and smelled strongly of an alcoholic beverage," one official wrote in an affidavit.
“He had glassy, bloodshot eyes and a blurred language. Sometimes it was difficult to understand what he said, " the official said about Edwards, who has already had three DUI convictions, according to court records.
The driver admitted to drinking at least eight beers – "his last drink was when he was run over", he told the officer who saw two empty beer bottles in the vehicle.
Edwards failed a number of field sobriety tests and refused to provide a blood test when he was brought to the county DUI center. He is automatically detained for parole and remains behind bars instead of a $ 5,000 bail.
In a third incident, Shakya Aiyona El (18) and Alexis Jalia Vann (23) from Krouse Ave. 650 and Myhiyah Nyeema Moye (18) of Philadelphia were arrested on bail of $ 100,000 after allegedly selling heroin at the Williamsport area and Maureen and Nathaniel Robinson paid for heroin to stay at the Krouse Avenue residence, according to court records .
The three were found in the residence on Wednesday and flushed items into the toilet. They were immediately taken into custody with the Robinsons.
According to court records, the Robinsons received 10 bags of heroin a day. El reportedly traveled to Philadelphia on April 16 and, according to court records, returned with five heroin stones.
The Lycoming County Narcotics Enforcement Unit found three bricks made of heroin, green and red glassine bags, a glassine bag box with unused bags and a heroin packaging set in the residence.
El, Vann and Moye will be charged with supplying a controlled substance, possession with the intention of supplying a controlled substance, and possession of a controlled substance and will appear before District Judge Christian D. Frey on Tuesday for their expected preliminary hearings.
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