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Baldwin Borough Court Results (Magisterial District 05-2-18)

Judge Bova presides at the Wallace Building.

The following results are from recent hearings held in the  office of Magistrate John N. Bova of District Court 05-2-18:

 

  • charged Luke John Wagner, 23, of Los Angeles Avenue in Pittsburgh's Beechview neighborhood, with  on Nov. 17. Wagner's , and he faced that charge at the Allegheny County Courthouse on March 26. Wagner was granted an . His case will now be part of docket conference scheduled for Aug. 8. That conference should result in the next legal step for Wagner's charge.

 

  • Baldwin police charged Michael G. Reddington, 41, of Dawes Street in Pittsburgh's Arlington neighborhood, with  on Feb. 16. Reddington's , and he faced that charge at the Allegheny County Courthouse on May 22. His case will now be part of docket conference scheduled for Oct. 1. That conference should result in the next legal step for Reddington's charge.

 

  • Baldwin police charged Brian George Dunn, 29, of Bunker Hill Drive in Peters Township, with  on Oct. 15. Bova , and Dunn faced those charges at the Allegheny County Courthouse on Jan. 18. His case was then part of a . The lighting requirements charge was withdrawn, but Dunn pleaded guilty to the other charges, was sentenced to complete a 90-day individualized program plan and 18 months of probation, and was fined $1,500.

 

  • Baldwin police charged Kathreen Ann Knoebel, 30, of Woodside Drive in Irwin Borough, with  on March 8. Knoebel's , and she faced that charge at the Allegheny County Courthouse on June 22. She then faced a July 20 pretrial conference, where she was scheduled for a non-jury trial to begin on Oct. 2.

 

  • Baldwin police charged Ryan William Clark, 33, of East Elizabeth Street in Pittsburgh's Hazelwood neighborhood, with  on Feb. 19. Clark's , and he faced that charge at the Allegheny County Courthouse on July 11. Clark was granted an ARD hearing to begin on Sept. 7.

 

  • Baldwin police charged Scott R. Hinkle, 19, of Lawrence Avenue in Munhall Borough, with  on Feb. 10. Hinkle's , and he faced those charges at the Allegheny County Courthouse on June 25. Hinkle was granted an ARD hearing to begin on Aug. 24.

 

  • Baldwin police charged Patrick Raymond Gregory, 30, of Zupancic Drive in South Park Township, with  on Aug. 26. The providing false ID charge was , but Gregory faced the remaining charges at the Allegheny County Courthouse on Nov. 22. He had  and a , which resulted in a guilty plea. On June 25, Gregory was sentenced to 18-36 months of confinement and two years of probation and fined $3,500.

 

  • Baldwin police charged Gerardo Cardenas, 24, of 2nd Street in Monongahela, with on April 22. Cardenas' July 17 hearing before Bova was waived, and he will face those charges at the Allegheny County Courthouse on Aug. 29.

 

  • Baldwin police charged Kenneth Lee Lowmiller, 50, of Cochran Mill Road in Jefferson Hills Borough, with on April 27. Lowmiller's June 26 hearing before Bova was waived, and he will face those charges at the Allegheny County Courthouse on Aug. 9.

 

  • Baldwin police charged Michael Joseph Buchleitner, 26, of Brentwood Avenue in Brentwood Borough, with on April 29. Buchleitner's June 26 hearing before Bova was waived, and he will face that charge at the Allegheny County Courthouse on Aug. 9.

 

  • Baldwin police charged Matthew Joseph Madden, 19, of McClure Avenue in East McKeesport Borough, with  on Jan. 17. Madden's , and he faced those charges at the Allegheny County Courthouse on April 20. He was granted an  and was sentenced to 12 months of probation for the DUI charge. Also a result of the ARD hearing, the underage drinking charge was dismissed.

 

  • Baldwin police charged Daniella Cracco, 23, of Beechdale Street in Brentwood, with  on Dec. 24. Cracco's , and she faced those charges at the Allegheny County Courthouse on May 1. Cracco was granted an  and was sentenced to six months of probation for the DUI charge. Also a result of the ARD hearing, the windshield obstruction charge was dismissed.

 

  • Baldwin police charged Susan House, 29, of Hartman Street in McKeesport, with  on March 14. House's , and she faced that charge at the Allegheny County Courthouse on June 29. Her case will now be part of docket conference scheduled for Aug. 7. That conference should result in the next legal step for House's charge.

 

  • Baldwin police charged Nina Marie Demus, 30, of Youngridge Drive in 's , with  on July 9, 2011. Demus' , and she faced those charges at the Allegheny County Courthouse on Sept. 30. Demus was granted , but that ARD hearing was canceled for her to be . Her case was then part of a . She will now face an ARD hearing to begin on Sept. 7.

 

  • Baldwin police charged Thomas Paul Englert, 63, of Provost Road in , with  on March 31. Englert's , and he faced that charge at the Allegheny County Courthouse on July 9. Englert was granted an ARD hearing to begin on Sept. 7.

 

  • Baldwin police charged Matthew P. Braddock, 29, of Youngridge Drive, with  on March 31. Braddock's , and he faced that charge at the Allegheny County Courthouse on July 9. Braddock was granted an ARD hearing to begin on Sept. 7.

 

  • Baldwin police charged George Ronald Marszalek, 44, of Maytide Street in Pittsburgh's Carrick neighborhood, with  on April 1. Marszalek's , and he faced that charge at the Allegheny County Courthouse on July 9. His case will now be part of docket conference scheduled for Aug. 22. That conference should result in the next legal step for Marszalek's charge.

 

  • Baldwin police charged John Christopher Mitchell, 39, of Longfellow Drive in Homestead Borough, with on May 8. Mitchell's July 10 hearing before Bova was waived, and he will face that charge at the Allegheny County Courthouse on Aug. 22.

 

  • Baldwin police charged Michael Anthony Domek, 30, of Long Bridge Road in Hampton, VA, with on April 6. Domek's July 10 hearing before Bova was waived, and he will face that charge at the Allegheny County Courthouse on Aug. 22.

 

  • Baldwin police charged Greg D. Sil, 36, of Venetia Road in Peters, with  on Feb. 29. Sil's , and he faced those charges at the Allegheny County Courthouse on July 12. Sil was granted an ARD hearing to begin on Sept. 7.

 

  • Baldwin police charged Brandon S. Marlatt, 24, of Doyle Road in Baldwin's Kensington Terrace Apartments complex, with  on March 9. Marlatt faced that charge at a , and the charge was held for Allegheny County Court, where Marlatt appeared on June 19. He was granted an ARD hearing to begin on July 13 and was sentenced to six months of probation.

 

  • Baldwin police charged Robert Richard Archibald Jr., 21, of Algoma Drive in Pleasant Hills Borough, with on May 22. Archibald's July 17 hearing before Bova was waived, and he will face that charge at the Allegheny County Courthouse on Aug. 29.

 

  • Baldwin police charged Elaine Catherine Healy, 24, of Carriage Drive in Marshall Township, with on May 17. Healy's July 24 hearing before Bova was waived, and she will face that charge at the Allegheny County Courthouse on Sept. 6.

 

  • Baldwin police charged William Alexander Warnock, 35, of Wayside Street in Carrick, with  on April 14. Warnock's , and he faced that charge at the Allegheny County Courthouse on July 27. Warnock was granted an ARD hearing to begin on Sept. 21.

 

  • Baldwin police charged Zachary Buck Mallow, 21, of 7th Avenue in Carnegie Borough, with  on April 14. Mallow's , and he faced those charges at the Allegheny County Courthouse on July 27. Mallow was granted an ARD hearing to begin on Sept. 7.

 

  • Baldwin police charged Jason John Erfort, 34, of Churchview Avenue in Brentwood, with on May 23. Erfort's July 31 hearing before Bova was waived, and he will face that charge at the Allegheny County Courthouse on Sept. 13.

 

  • Baldwin police charged Challenge Sam Gaines, 37, of Ardmore Boulevard in Wilkinsburg Borough, with on May 31. Gaines' July 31 hearing before Bova was waived, and he will face that charge at the Allegheny County Courthouse on Sept. 13.

 

  • Baldwin police charged Dana Lynn Lachman, 30, of Hamlet Court in Baldwin Borough, with on June 1. Lachman's July 31 hearing before Bova was waived, and she will face that charge at the Allegheny County Courthouse on Sept. 13.

 

  • Baldwin police charged Gerald Thomas Williams, 57, of Almora Street in Carrick, with on June 4. Williams' July 31 hearing before Bova was waived, and he will face that charge at the Allegheny County Courthouse on Sept. 13.

 

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Margaret French August 01, 2012 at 04:35 PM
And people are worried about guns (and fire pits). A person is more likely to be hit by a drunk driver. I know since one rear ended me at 60 mph. Believe me, it's not fun. When the police wanted him to close his eyes and touch his nose he couldn't even find his head. He didn't even know he was driving!
BRUTUS August 01, 2012 at 05:08 PM
Wow! I thought it was a busy weekend, but then see that these go back to October of last year, so it must be a backlog in the court.
cc August 01, 2012 at 11:01 PM
Margaret sorry you were hit. No they don't know how to find their nose when they do a field sobriety test. It is funny when they try to say their abc's too.
john Sr August 03, 2012 at 04:49 AM
If they have this many DUIs then Baldwin Police have too much free time.. Maybe we could elimate a couple officers.. This would save tax dollars. I have no problem with DUIs but the main job of Police should be to PATROL our streets and houses and make sure we are safe at night from thefts and drug dealers.
Purple Power August 03, 2012 at 12:37 PM
John Sr, did you ever stop to think that maybe while traveling through or to a particular area of the community, the officer spotted someone driving carelessly, erratically, etc and then pulled them over? I am glad they are getting these drunks off our streets, it makes the community safer. Many of them are not from our borough, wonder how they would feel if we drove drunk on their neighborhood streets, oh wait they probably wouldn't even know because they would be to drunk to realize. If you want more patrols in your area, go to the council meetings or call the chief, that's what many in my neighborhood have done and the police presence makes everyone feel safer and more protected.

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