Police News—June 28, 2013

No injuries in crash

RENOVO-No one was injured in a one-vehicle crash on June 15 at 2 a.m., state police at Lamar said. Seatbelts were worn.

Heather K. Bixler, 37, of Renovo, was driving her 2000 Dodge Durango south on Route 144/Halls Run Road when the vehicle struck a traffic control device and spun off the roadway, police said.

Police noted her speed was one that would allow Bixler to have full control of the vehicle.

Bixler was charged with driving vehicle at safe speed, police said.

DUI suspected

LOCK HAVEN-Police suspect Brooke L. Dickey of Lock Haven of driving under the influence after she allegedly crashed her 2002 Chevrolet Cavalier into a stop sign, front porch steps and a parked car Wednesday at 1:38 a.m., city police said.

Dickey was driving east on East Bald Eagle Street when she allegedly hit a stop sign on the north side of Liberty Street, hit the front steps of 46 W. Bald Eagle St., and a 1992 Chevrolet 1500 that was legally parked on East Bald Eagle Street near the intersection, police said.

She was arrested and taken into custody; charges are pending blood alcohol content results, police said.

Graffiti on playground

LOCK HAVEN-There is graffiti on the park’s equipment on the 300 block of South Summit Street. Anyone with information is asked to contact LHPD via phone or facebook.

Bike found

LOCK HAVEN-A boy’s bike was found on the 800 block of East Main Street Wednesday, city police said.

Injuries in crash

BENNER TWP.-A 15-year-old female was ejected from a vehicle in a crash Thursday at 1:03 p.m., state police at Rockview said.

Kendra Benner, 19, of Bellefonte was driving a 2005 Chevrolet Cobalt on Route 550 near Old Farm Lane when she lost control of the vehicle and traveled down an embankment, police said. The Cobalt rolled over and struck several trees; neither Benner nor her passenger were wearing seatbelts, police said.

The vehicle traveled about 150 feet before stopping.

Both occupants were taken to Mount Nittany Medical Center for treatment, police said.