Alleged Renovo Shooter Remains Incarcerated After Bail Increased


LOCK HAVEN-  Clinton County Court of Common Pleas Judge Michael F. Salisbury has ensured that Shaun Jason Wadsworth, 42, will remain incarcerated for the foreseeable future.  Following a brief hearing on Friday afternoon, Salisbury granted the District Attorney's motion to modify Wadsworth's bail on a pair of criminal cases.  

District Attorney Dave Strouse had alleged that Wadsworth had been free on unsecured bail on another criminal case at the time of the alleged shooting, stemming from an alleged theft and vandalism case filed by Renovo Borough Police in July of this year.  In that case, Wadsworth is alleged to have stolen property from Scoot's Game Room on Huron Avenue, Renovo Borough, on July 18th, 2022, and caused an estimated $4,900 in damages to the property.  

Salisbury agreed with the Commonwealth and revoked Wadsworth's bail on the theft case, which means he will not be eligible for release until his case is concluded.  On the newer charges of Aggravated Assault and Aggravated Assault With a Deadly Weapon, Salisbury increased Wadsworth's bail to $100,000 monetary.