Students receive magistrate charges

Matt Churella, News Editor

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Pitt-Johnstown police charged student Matthew Boyer, 22, of Johnstown, with disorderly conduct Feb. 17.

Campus Police Officer Ryan Repak alleged, in a citation filed Feb. 18, Boyer created a hazardous or physically offensive condition by possessing a small amount of marijuana in a College Park Apartment room.

A $260 fine was listed for the offense.

Pitt-Johnstown police charged student Qaseem Chaudhry, 26, of Pittsburgh, with public drunkenness Feb. 17.

Campus Police Officer Glenn Berkey alleged, in a citation filed Feb. 18, Chaudhry was under the influence of alcohol to a degree that he could have been a danger to himself or other people.

Berkey alleged in the same citation that Chaudhry had been observed staggering into Willow Hall by Housing staff.

Berkey alleged that Chaudry was uncooperative, displayed a slurred speech and had a strong alcohol odor.

A $210 fine was listed for the offense.

Pitt-Johnstown police charged student Julia Wainwright, 19, of Pittsburgh, with disorderly conduct Feb. 24.

Campus Police Officer Tabitha Leary alleged, in a citation filed Feb. 26, Wainwright created a hazardous or physically offensive condition by possessing marijuana.

A $260 fine was listed for the offense.

Pitt-Johnstown police charged student Andrew Frankeny, 19, of Corapolis, Allegheny County, with disorderly conduct Feb. 24.

Campus Police Officer Nancy Turner alleged, in a citation filed Feb. 26, Frankeny consumed alcohol in his Living/Learning Center room to the extent that he needed to be transported to a medical facility for treatment.

A $260 fine was listed for the offense.

Pitt-Johnstown police charged Wade Walker, 23, of Hooversville, Somerset County, with disorderly conduct and public drunkenness March 2.

Campus Police Officer Dwight Keim alleged, in a citation filed March 5, Walker caused public inconvenience, annoyance and alarm, by using obscene language at a basketball game.

Keim alleged in another citation filed March 5 that Walker had appeared in a public place under the influence of alcohol to the degree that he annoyed at least three people who submitted complaints to police.

Keim wrote in the citation that Walker had bloodshot eyes, slurred speech and tested positive to a high level of alcohol.

A total of $325 in fines were listed for the offenses he is charged with.

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