police – Monday, Jan. 26
DUI suspected in wreck
JERSEY SHORE – Eugene R. Miller, 35, of Jersey Shore, suffered a minor injury after losing control of his Jeep Cherokee on Middle Road, Jan. 18 around 10:30 p.m., reported Blake Brown of the state police at Montoursville.
Miller reportedly lost control of his Jeep due to ice, causing it to travel into the wrong lane. He then swerved back into his lane and off the road, striking several fenceposts in the process, Brown said. Miller continued driving to his residence, then was transported to Jersey Shore Hospital by private vehicle, Brown said.
Miller was then arrested on suspicion of DUI and related traffic offenses, Brown said.
FLEMINGTON – On Thursday, Jan. 22 between 9 a.m. and 12:30 p.m., someone punctured the front tires of a 2005 Saturn Vue belonging to Heidi Sneath, Mill Hall, and a 2012 Nissan Pathfinder belonging to Tami Byler, Loganton, Trooper A. M. Sheridan of the state police at Lamar reported.
Anyone who might have witnessed this crime is asked to call the state police at 570-726-6000.
Theft from porch
LOCK HAVEN – Sometime between Wednesday and Saturday, someone stole a Quad Tech 900 pounds rated vehicle wench from the front porch of 507 Frederick St., Trooper A.M. Sheridan of the state police at Lamar reported.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the state police at 570-726-6000.
LOCK HAVEN Sometime between the dates of Thursday and Saturday, someone stole an undetermined amount of coins from a home at 42 Dogwood Drive, according to a news release from the Woodward Township Police Department.
Approximately $300 and $600 worth of coins were taken, police said.
BEECH CREEK- On Saturday sometime between noon and 2 p.m., a dark-colored Ford F-150 missing its back passenger tail light backed into a silver 2009 Nissan Maxima in the parking lot next to 9 Vesper St., leaving a large dent in the passenger side door, Trooper A.M. Sheridan of the state police at Lamar reported.
The Ford truck was allegedly driven by a “stocky male,” Sheridan said.
Anyone with information regarding the incident is asked to call the state police at 570-726-6000.