Police news — Thursday, Aug. 27

Criminal mischief

LINDEN – A residence was vandalized Aug. 18 in the Country Squire Trailer Court in Woodward Township, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania State Police Tpr. Walker said in a press release dated Tuesday.

Police said somebody arrived at the home of Sandy Probst, 46, of Jersey Shore, and shot holes into a shed housing the equipment providing water to the trailer home.

Anybody with information is asked to call 570-368-5700.

Auto accident

CENTRE HALL – Shannon B. Henry, 47, of Spring Mills was hurt in a crash Tuesday morning on Pennsylvania Avenue, Tpr. Shivery of the state police at Rockview said.

Police said Henry was driving her 2010 Jeep Grand Cherokee north when her SUV went off the road on a curve, crashed into a telephone pole and rolled onto its roof.

Henry was not seriously injured, police said.

Open container

LOCK HAVEN – Paul Carpenter, 19, of Lock Haven and Blake Kovin, 20, of Yardley were cited for alcohol-related offenses Sunday on the 200 block of South Jones Street, city police said.

Police said Carpenter was cited for having an open container of alcohol and minor drinking, and Kovin was cited for consumption of alcohol as a minor.

Harassment citation

LOCK HAVEN – David Markley, 33, of 40 E. Church St., was cited for harassment Monday morning at his home, city police said. Markley allegedly punched a 25-year-old woman in the face, police said.

Open container

LOCK HAVEN – Wade Leathers, 49, of 124 E. Main St., was cited for possessing an open container of beer, city police said. The incident occurred Aug. 20 at 3:35 p.m. in Mary’s Alley, police said.

Drug paraphernalia

FARRANDSVILLE – A 48-year-old woman was cited for possession of drug paraphernalia Tuesday morning along the Herman Road in Dunnstable Township, Tpr. Kenneth Riggle of the state police at Lamar said.

Police said they were called on a medical response to that location, and after the suspect was cleared by emergency medical personnel, drug paraphernalia was found at the scene.

Police did not identify the person who will be charged in connection with the incident.