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Robbery and assault cases among those handled by Judge Jeffrey Herbst in Monroeville

Michael DiVittorio
| Wednesday, Nov. 22, 2017, 5:42 p.m.
Sean Stipp | Trib Total Media

Monroeville District Court Judge Jeffrey Herbst handled these cases recently. Defendants will have court dates set in the Allegheny County Court of Common Pleas. Charges were filed by Monroeville police unless otherwise noted.

Held for court

• Terel Lewis, 18, of Monroeville on charges of aggravated assault, burglary, robbery, conspiracy, firearms not to be carried without a license, unlawful restraint, recklessly endangering another person, theft by unlawful taking and receiving stolen property. Charges were filed Nov. 3.

• Nicholas Conti, 19, of Monroeville on charges of aggravated assault, burglary, robbery, conspiracy, firearms not to be carried without a license, unlawful restraint, recklessly endangering another person, theft by unlawful taking and receiving stolen property. Charges were filed Nov. 3.

• Amanda Lynnsey Myers, 34, of Pitcairn on charges of possession of drug paraphernalia, obstructing law enforcement and two counts of tampering with physical evidence. Pitcairn police filed the charges Nov. 13.

• David Crew-Harris, 44, of Monroeville on charges of strangulation, simple assault and harassment. Charges were filed Aug. 7.

• William Fehl, 39, of Verona on charges of accident involving damage to attended vehicle or property, driving with a suspended license and operating a vehicle without required financial responsibility. Filing date unavailable.

• Dasson Curges, 18, of McKeesport on charges of aggravated assault, burglary, robbery, conspiracy, recklessly endangering another person, theft by unlawful taking, receiving stolen property and two counts of unlawful restraint. Charges were filed Nov. 3.

• Tmar Howard, 18, of Monroeville on charges of aggravated assault, burglary, robbery, unlawful restraint, possession of a firearm by a minor, recklessly endangering another person, conspiracy, theft by unlawful taking and receiving stolen property. Charges were filed Nov. 3.

• Naytel Owens, 18, of Pittsburgh on charges of aggravated assault, burglary, robbery, conspiracy, firearms not to be carried without a license, unlawful restraint, recklessly endangering another person, theft by unlawful taking and receiving stolen property. Charges were filed Nov. 3.

• Joseph Tenis Hughes, 24, of Braddock on charges of simple assault and harassment. Pitcairn police filed the charges Aug. 31.

• Giovanni Palumbi, 49, of Harrison City on charges of theft by unlawful taking and misapplication of entrusted funds. Allegheny County District Attorney's Office filed the charges Oct. 12.

Waived hearings

• Devin Naylor, 25, of Pittsburgh on charges of recklessly endangering another person, resisting arrest, flight to avoid apprehension and disorderly conduct. Pitcairn police filed the charges Sept. 28.

• Billie Kline, 38, of Kittanning on charges of possession of instruments of a crime, possession of drug paraphernalia and two counts of possession of controlled substances. Charges were filed June 19.

• Michael Barefoot, 54, of Turtle Creek on charges of driving under the influence, disregard traffic lane and turning movements and required signals. Pitcairn police filed the charges June 25.

• Tracie Leshawn Wright, 43, of Monroeville on charges of driving under the influence and driving an unregistered vehicle. Charges were filed April 14.

• Marnajah Denice Coleman, 18, of Pittsburgh on charges of possession of instruments of a crime, providing false identification to law enforcement, defiant trespass and three counts of retail theft. Charges were filed Nov. 7.

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