Fulton Co. PSP Roundup: Urine trouble, access device fraud, more

03 January 2024- Pennsylvania State Police are now alerting the public to a reported access device fraud that occurred in late October, 2023 as well as an arrest involving the incident. PSP say they were alerted on November 26th, 2023, to an access device fraud with an 85 year old Harrisonville victim.

Troopers say that Ayleesa McLaughlin, 36, of McConnellsburg used the victim’s credit cards to purchase car insurance to the tune of $209.29. Additionally, police say that a sapphire ring and diamond stud earrings were stolen from the victim.

Court filings show McLaughlin was charged with misdemeanor access device fraud, but nothing dealing with the alleged missing jeweler. McLaughlin is awaiting a court date and is currently free.

A Mercersburg man is facing illegal concealed carry charges after a traffic stop in Fulton County. Troopers say they pulled Logan Daniels, 22, of Mercersburg over on December 29th, 2023 around 11:36pm at a location on Cloverleaf Court, Todd Township. Through the course of the investigation, police say they discovered three handguns in Daniels’ possession.

Two people are facing multiple charges allegedly involving drugs and illegally obtained urine in McConnellsburg last month. Troopers say they were dispatched to an addiction center in the borough just before noon on December 19th for a reported parole violation.

Troopers, through the course of the investigation, took Tonda Renne Dere, 38 of Warfordsburg, into custody on charges of furnishing drug free urine as well as possession of methamphetamine.

Soon after, PSP contacted her ride to the appointment, Jeremy Wayne Harsh, 38, of Clear Spring, MD. After speaking to Harsh, police arrested him for possession of approximately 18 grams of methamphetamine.

Harsh was arraigned and failed to immediately post bail of $10,000 and was remanded to Bedford County Jail on agreement with Fulton County. Dere was transported to SCI Muncy for parole violations. Her charges were filed through MDJ Washabaugh.