Trespassing charges against Bradford man bound to court
Trespassing charges against a Bradford man were bound to McKean County Court at a hearing Monday before District Judge David Engman.
David A. Cabisca, 25, is charged with criminal trespassing, a third-degree felony; defiant trespassing, a third-degree misdemeanor; possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of a small amount of marijuana for personal use, misdemeanors; and summary charges of criminal mischief and harassment.
The criminal complaint alleges that on March 18 a Mount Jewett female arrived home to find that Cabisca was in her apartment. The female did not know how he got inside the apartment, and he had not been given permission to enter.
She told him several times to leave, but he would not, court records stated. The female left her home, hoping Cabisca would leave. When she returned on Friday night, she saw that his vehicle was still outside the residence, so she called law enforcement officials.
Police located Cabisca inside the bedroom and saw two smoking devices and a plastic container with THC wax in it. Cabisca admitted the items were his, and he admitted that he punched a hole in the wall, according to the complaint.
Cabisca is free, having posted $15,000 bail.
man waives hearing on trespassing allegations
A Shinglehouse man waived a preliminary hearing Monday before District Judge William Todd on allegations that he broke into a Keating Township home.
Daniel C. Harris, 29, is charged with criminal trespassing, a second-degree felony; defiant trespassing, a third-degree misdemeanor; and summary charges of driving while operating privileges are suspended or revoked, criminal mischief and harassment.
According to the criminal complaint, on Feb. 23, Harris drove to a Keating Township home on a suspended license, kicked in a locked door and entered. He damaged the door frame and latch in the process.
He got into an argument with the woman who was inside the home, and Harris pushed her, the complaint alleged.
The woman had previously told Harris in person that he was not welcome at the residence, according to court records.
Harris is free on $2,500 unsecured bail.