Police News—March 16, 2013

Stolen property

LOCK HAVEN – David Crayton, 54, of 648 E. Church St., Lock Haven, was arrested at his home for possession of stolen property, city police said.

Police said Crayton was arrested Wednesday for the theft of a stolen firearm on Feb. 13. He was arraigned and place in the Clinton County Correctional Facility in default of $10,000 bail.

Handgun stolen

BELLEFONTE – A Jiminez Arms J.A. 380, .380 caliber, 2.75-inch barrel handgun was stolen from an unlocked vehicle belonging to Wesley Deitrich, 37, of Bellefonte, while it was parked at 1310 Nittany Valley Drive, Walker Township, between Monday and Thursday, Tpr. Hoy of state police at Rockview said.

Anyone with information is asked to call police at 814-355-7545.

Marijuana possession

BELLEFONTE – Two unidentified 18-year-old Philadelphia men are charged with possesion of marijuana and drug paraphernalia after a traffic stop on Interstate 99 in Benner Township, on March 4, Tpr. Jason P. Michaels of state police at Rockview said.

DUI alleged

CASTANEA – Kayla Jean Kinley-Baker, 21, of Mill Hall, was allegedly found to be driving under the influence after her car was stopped on Paul Mack Boulevard, Castanea Township, at 2:15 a.m. Friday for a traffic violation, Tpr. Ritrosky of state police at Rockview said.

Damage at rest area

LOGANTON – An unknown person caused damage to a bathroom stall door at the westbound rest area on Interstate 80, Greene Township, on March 6, Tpr. Trevor D. Danko of state police at Lamar said.