A Bradford man is in McKean County Jail on three criminal cases, including DUI-methamphetamines and trespassing.
Jake Cabisca, 23, of 61 N. Center St., is charged with defiant trespass in two cases, along with disorderly conduct, DUI, and driving with a suspended license.
According to the criminal complaints, on Dec. 15 and 27, he showed up at a residence where he wasn’t permitted to be, the second time with a baseball bat, causing disturbances both times. The DUI case is from an alleged incident Dec. 27 when a police officer saw Cabisca driving, and knew his license was suspended. When the vehicle was stopped, Cabisca showed signs of being under the influence. A blood test showed Cabisca had taken amphetamine, methamphetamine and marijuana, the criminal complaint stated.
He was arraigned Thursday by District Judge Dom Cercone and remanded to jail in lieu of $15,000 monetary bail. Preliminary hearings in the cases are set for Feb. 10 before Cercone.