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Thursday, September 25, 2014

Galeton Man Charged With Drug / Firearms Violations & Resisting Arrest

Galeton Man Charged With Drug / Firearms Violations & Resisting Arrest

The Galeton Borough Police Department arrested Keith HINMAN for an incident that took place in the Galeton Borough between 09-24-14 to 09-25-2014. The Galeton Borough Police seized 73 marijuana plants in various growth stages. There was over 48 items seized from the home and it will be sent to the state police lab in Erie for processing.

Keith HINMAN was charged with the following:

Title 18 Pa 6105-a1 Fire arms act-convict/oth pers not to poss firearm, F-2
Title 35 Pa 780-113-a30, man/del/poss with intent to del sub, being unreg, F
Title 18 2705 reckless endanger another person , M-2
Title 18 5104 resist arrest or other law enforcement M-2
Title 35 113-a16, Poss sub/counterfeit sub by unauth per, M
Title 35-780-113-a32, use/poss with int use drug paraphernalia, M

Keith HINMAN was arraigned in front of Kari MCCLEAFT in Shinglehouse and he was placed in the Potter County Jail on $75,000 straight bail. A preliminary hearing was set for 10-2-2014 at 10:30 am, at District Court 55-4-03 in Galeton.

The Galeton Police Department would like to thank all the residents on First Street, in the Borough, for their assistance and cooperation during the incident that took place last evening into the morning hours.

Furthermore, the Galeton Borough Police would like to thank the departments for their assistance. A joint effort by the following departments; Gaines TWP, Wellsboro PD, Sweden Twp PD, Coudersport PD, Coudersport State Police, and the Gale Hose Ambulance Company, who all made this incident to be a positive result for everyone.

2 comments :

Anonymous said...

This whole event had Galeton residents on edge. I am so very thankful to all our law enforcement officers who participated in this raid. You guys never receive enough credit for all you do. One less drug dealer is off our streets. Hopefully more drug busts are to come. The drug problems in our little town are overwhelming. Keep 'em coming!

Anonymous said...

Small change, heroin is the real problem around here, got a suboxone ad right at the top of this page. Marijuana is not killing our kids, get facts not propaganda.