Lang hears local criminal cases
By The Tribune-Review
Published: Wednesday, Jan. 2, 2013, 8:57 p.m.
The following cases were heard by District Judge Elissa Lang in Sharpsburg:
SHARPSBURG: Steven Lindsey, 32, of Cecil St., pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct after an incident on May 21.
Lindsey was accused of taking an ATM card belonging to another person and using it to withdraw money.
O'HARA: Matthew Piper, 30, of Carla Drive, waived to court a charge of drunken driving after a traffic stop on Dec. 14.
SHARPSBURG: Charges of criminal trespass and assault against Michael Caiaccia, 20, of Main Street, were withdrawn.
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