Police news — Friday, Aug. 28
LOCK HAVEN – Bradley M. Dennison, 19, of 1755 Long Run Road, Mill Hall, was charged with criminal trespass and disorderly conduct by Lock Haven City Police following an incident at 11:34 p.m. Aug. 25 at 610 E. Bald Eagle St.
Police said Dennison was taken into custody and placed in the Clinton County Correctional Facility after he went to that residence and created a disturbance. He had been given a notice of trespass inside the home and was yelling and screaming while outside the residence, according to police.
SOUTH WILLIAMSPORT – Andrea K. Sepanski, 32, of Linden, suffered a minor injury in a two-vehicle crash at 11:04 a.m. Aug. 20 on Route 15 in Armstrong Township, according to state police at Montoursville.
Police said Sepanski was stopped in the northbound lane of Route 15 and was struck from the rear by a vehicle operated by Logan Koch, 18, of Lewisburg.
Koch was not hurt, police said.
LINDEN – State police at Montoursville are investigating a reported incident of indecent exposure/open lewdness that allegedly occurred in the Harvest Moon Park in Woodward Township on Aug. 23.
Deer causes crash
RENOVO – Ryan M. Salizzoni, 31, of Port Matilda, crashed his car after he swerved to miss a deer on Route 120 in Chapman Township at 4:40 a.m. Aug. 27, state police at Lamar report.
The driver was not hurt, police said.
Hit and run
LOCK HAVEN – City police are investigating a reported hit-and-run accident that occurred 11:14 a.m. Aug. 25 in the area of 955 Bellefonte Ave.
Kaitlin Reed of Lock Haven said her vehicle was parked in the parking lot at 955 Bellefonte Ave. when it was struck from the rear by a black car.
Later that day Jon Watson called police and reported he was in an accident earlier in the day on Bellefonte Avenue but did not realize he hit the other vehicle until he got home and saw damage to his car.
Theft of bush
LOCK HAVEN – City police are investigating the theft of a bush in a wooden box from a residence in the 10 block of North Jones Street between 8:30 p.m. Aug. 25 and 5:30 a.m. Aug. 26. The bush was valued at $60-$70, police said.