Police News — Tuesday, jan. 27

Harassment charges

WOOLRICH – Nelson L. Haight, 58, of Lock Haven will be cited for harassment following a domestic dispute Sunday evening at 1421 Sulphur Run Road, Pine Creek Township, Tpr. Michael J. Flook of the state police at Lamar said.

Police said Haight and a female, 56, of Jersey Shore, were arguing, when Haight pushed and shoved the victim.

Runaway found

DUNNSTOWN – The search for a 14-year-old Woodward Township teen ended when the juvenile, who ran away from her residence, was found unharmed in Mill Hall, Tpr. Timothy Wright of the state police at Lamar said.

Two-vehicle crash

LOYALSOCK – A two-vehicle crash occurred on Third Street in Loyalsock Township Friday afternoon, Tpr. John Knepp of the state police at Montoursville said.

Police said a front-end collision occurred between vehicles driven by Jacob O. Miller, 18, of Mill Hall and Monica A. Hutchinson, 58, of Montoursville.

There were no injuries, police said.

Bicycle found

LOCK HAVEN – A brown Diamondback, BMX-style bicycle with rear pegs was found in the vicinity of 141 S. Jones St. Jan. 6, city police said.

The owner can claim the property at city hall.

Theft from vehicle

LOCK HAVEN – A wallet, cash and checkbook were stolen Saturday between 12:30 and 5:30 a.m. along Bennage Avenue, city police said.

The loss was estimated at $40, police said.

Auto accident

LOCK HAVEN – An accident occurred Saturday at 11:40 p.m. on Bellefonte Avenue, city police said.

Police said Thomas Alexander Wilkes III of Washington, D.C. was driving a truck for the Crete Carrier Corp. of Lincoln, Neb., when the truck clipped the awning of the Puff’s store, ripping the corner molding.

Shoplifting charged

WILLIAMSPORT – Joseph Michael Durren, 20, of Renovo was charged with a felony count of retail theft for a Dc. 24 incident, Old Lycoming Township police said.

Police said he fled with $14 in merchandise from the Dollar General along Lycoming Creek Road, and had two prior shoplifting convictions.

Durren was placed in the Lycoming County Prison in default of $10,000 bail.

Drunk driving charges

WILLIAMSPORT – A number of local residents were arrested on suspicion of intoxicated driving in Lycoming County, according to law enforcement authorities:

r Matthew Eigenbrod, 34, of Jersey Shore was stopped by state police on Route 220 in Woodward Township Nov. 14.

r Michael C. Persun, 48, of Woolrich, was arrested by state police on Route 44 in Nippenose Township Nov. 13.

r Debra Lynne Fuller, 48, of 1950 Middle Road, Jersey Shore was arrested by state police on Route 44 and Route 654 on Oct. 13.

r Joshua Wayne Pond, 22, of 3305 Rauchtown Road, Jersey Shore was arrested by Tiadaghton Valley Regional police after a crash on Allegheny Street in Jersey Shore Oct. 6.

r Duane M. Knepp, 31, of 621 1/2 Allegheny St., Jersey Shore was arrested by Tiadaghton Valley Regional police along Shady Acres Lane in Nippenose Township Sept. 19.

r Mary Sue Wentz, 20, of Centre Hall was arrested by state police following an accident at Route 15 and Route 54 in Clinton Township Aug. 1.

Reward offered for antler rack

MILL HALL – Stoltzfus Butchershop at 1865 East End Mountain Road reports that a large antler rack is missing from the premises. The loss of the rack was discovered around Dec. 12 or 13.

A $500 reward is offered for the rack’s return, according to the butcher shop.