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Armstrong County Jail commitments |

Armstrong County Jail commitments

| Thursday, April 3, 2008 12:00 a.m

The following people were committed to the Armstrong County Jail on Tuesday, according to jail records:

Cynthia Faith McElhatten, 30, of 116 Old Pike Road, Freeport, by the court, on charges of driving under the influence, distribution of a controlled substance, unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, and driving under suspension.

Cheryl Lynn Spindler-Hart, 53, of 1343 Brownstown Road, Apollo, by the court, on a charge of driving under the influence.

Joseph Robert Martin, 28, of 1720 Crestview Drive, Apollo, by the court, on a charge of driving under the influence.

Scott Stiffy Maldonado, 28, of 419 Fourth St., Ford City, by the court, on charges of driving after imbibing and driving under the influence.

Eli Lao Watson, 18, of 608 Franklin St., Freeport, by District Judge Gary DeComo, on two counts of disorderly conduct. He is being held on various bond amounts.

David Brumbaugh, 22, of 121 Morgan St. Brackenridge, by the probation office, on a probation violation.

Gene Scott McIntyre, 46, of 641 Wicker Ave., Ben Salem, by the court, held for court.

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