DuBOIS — A DuBois man is dealing with expenses after he allegedly stole a automobile from the Pilot Journey Middle and was caught with numerous medicine.
Charles Raymond Riley, 41, is charged with Theft by Illegal Appropriation of Private Property, a 3rd diploma felony; receiving stolen property, additionally a 3rd diploma felony; possession of a managed substance; possession of marijuana and use/possession of drug paraphernalia, in keeping with a legal criticism filed within the workplace of Justice of the Peace District Choose David Meholick on Could 13.
In response to a possible trigger affidavit, Sandy Township police obtained a report of a stolen automobile from the Pilot Journey Middle on Wealthy Freeway on Sunday, January 2, 2021. The caller stated a girl acquired into the Pilot and somebody ran in the direction of his automobile and took off in it, a blue/gray Jeep Cherokee.
Police spoke to the lady, who had walked as much as Sheetz. She stated the automobile belonged to her uncle. She confirmed that she entered the shop when somebody acquired into the automobile and left, and he or she was unable to offer additional details about the automobile. Police contacted the proprietor of the automobile on January 2, 2021, who stated the automobile was a blue 2007 Jeep Cherokee Laredo.
On January 6, 2021, DuBois Metropolis Police positioned the stolen 2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee at a Jared Avenue residence. Sandy Township police arrived and confirmed the automobile was the one stolen from Pilot. Riley was reportedly standing on the entrance porch. Additional investigation confirmed that he had pushed to McDonalds earlier that day to buy meals, and a receipt was discovered contained in the Jeep dated January 6, 2021.
A girl on the residence informed police that Riley admitted to her that he allegedly stole the automobile. Throughout a search, police positioned the keys to the Jeep in Riley’s coat pocket, in addition to a small pipe with burning particles and a inexperienced and yellow locking container, in keeping with the possible trigger affidavit.
Riley reportedly admitted to stealing Pilot’s Jeep on Jan. 2, 2021, and taking it to McDonalds that very same day, in keeping with the possible trigger affidavit.
Throughout a search of Riley’s black zippered container, police positioned 4 packages of suspected heroin, every containing a “RedBull” stamp on every bag. Police then searched the inexperienced and yellow container and positioned a package deal of suspected heroin; a Ziplock bag of plant materials, suspected marijuana; one other Ziploc bag with suspected heroin; a bigger rolled up bag containing a white crystal-like substance, suspected of methamphetamine; and a metallic pipe with aluminum foil wrapped round it and a plastic/metallic smoking pipe, in keeping with the possible trigger affidavit.
Laboratory outcomes from the Erie Regional Laboratory indicated that there have been 32 blue crystal packets marked “Purple Bull”, with a complete weight of zero.560 grams, containing fluorofentanyl and phenanyl; .059 grams of marijuana; .69 grams of methamphetamine; 9 packages of white glassine, weighing zero.110 grams, containing fentanyl; A packet of blue glassine, zero.014 grams, which contained fluorofentanyl and fentanyl, in keeping with the possible trigger affidavit.
Riley’s preliminary listening to is scheduled for Friday at Meholick’s workplace.