Woman Accused Of Having Forged Inspection Stickers

By Pattie Price

Diann McGuckin, 54, of Marple was held in abstentia for a July 19 arraignment in Common Pleas Court, when she failed to appear for her hearing on Thursday before Magisterial District Judge Lee Hunter.

Ms. McGuckin is facing charges of altered, forged, or counterfeit documents and plates. The charges stem from an incident 12 a.m., Feb. 20, at the Sunoco Service Station, Route 352 and Gradyville Road, Edgmont.

According to the affidavit, Trooper Matthew Gibson said Ms. McGuckin made statements relative to her possession of counterfeit state inspection and emission stickers. She said she purchased the stickers  for $200.

Police seized two stickers from Ms. McGuckin’s 1999 LandRover Discovery and her 2000 Audi A4.

A bench warrant was issued for Ms. McGuckin.

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