POLICE NEWS — TUESDAY, JAN. 20
Minor injury in crash
MONUMENT – Ashley C. Lamey, 29, of Orviston suffered a minor injury when she crashed her 2000 Toyota RAV4 on the Monument-Orviston Road in Liberty Township Saturday, Tpr. Brad Pierson of the state police at Rockview said.
Police said Lamey was driving east when she fell asleep while driving. Her vehicle left the left edge of the road and crashed into a tree near Beech Forest Road, police said.
LOCK HAVEN – A men’s 10-speed bicycle and child’s safety helmet were stolen Sunday morning, city police said.
Police said the bike and helmet, all valued at about $120, were stolen from a residence at 526 E. Bald Eagle St.
DUNNSTOWN – Somebody attempted to break into a locked car parked along Woodward Avenue Friday evening, Woodward Township police said.
Police said a male, about six feet tall and weighing 160 pounds, was spotted making the attempt, but ran off running east on Hillside Drive.
LOCK HAVEN – A rear-end collision occurred on East Main Street near North Hanna Street in the city Friday at 1:49 p.m., city police said.
Police said Nicholas R. Masorti of Lock Haven was driving east and approaching the intersection of East Main and Hanna streets when he looked down at his gas gauge and failed to see the car in front of his, driven by Michael Milliken of Yeagertown, stopping for a red light.
LOCK HAVEN – Anthony Ray Stevenson, 32, of Lock Haven, was arrested on suspicion of driving a bicycle while intoxicated Jan. 4 at 1:45 a.m., Tpr. Timothy Wright of the state police at Lamar said in a release dated Monday.
Police said Stevenson was operating a green Cignal Montauk bicycle in an unsafe manner and was swerving in and out of the travel lane in front of the police cruiser.
Police said he was also taken into custody for an active warrant and for possession of drug paraphernalia.
MILL HALL – An unnamed 43-year-old woman of Lock Haven was arrested for retail theft Jan. 5 at the Wal-Mart Super Center in Bald Eagle Township, Tpr. Timothy T. Wright said in a release dated Monday.
Police said the woman concealed an ink cartridge worth $73.97 in her purse, then went to the customer service desk to return the cartridge for cash or store credit.
Theft of water services
RENOVO – Three individuals were recently cited by state police for theft of services, Tpr. Jeffrey Hildebrand of the state police at Lamar said.
Police said Karen Lynn Whistleman, 48, of 615 Pennsylvania Ave., South Renovo; Frank Eugene Morton, 43, of 3486 St. Clair Ave., Renovo; and Brian George Youells, 41, of 218 Tenth St., Renovo, all were charged with theft of services and conspiracy for turning on the public water at 615 Pennsylvania Ave., South Renovo, without authority and without paying for the water service.
RENOVO – Steven Fantaski, 24, of Renovo was cited for harassment Friday at the Sportsman’s Hotel in Chapman Township, Tpr. Shane Buffone of the state police at Lamar said.
Police said Fantaski threw a Busch Light Pounder at the victim and then shoved her.