Police news — Friday, Nov. 25

No injuries in crash

DUNNSTOWN– A deer ran out into the road Tuesday in front of a car driven on Route  150 by Delores A. Herman, 67, of Jersey Shore, Tpr. Stephen Falotico of the Woodward Township police said.

Police said Herman was unable  to stop before hitting the deer. Her auto was disabled by the  crash, police said. She was not injured in the collision.

Loud music contributes

to accident

MACKEYVILLE — A one-vehicle  crash occurred Tuesday evening on Interstate 80 in Lamar Township, Tpr. Kyle Witmer of the state police at Lamar said.

Police said Anthony Oro, 19, of Teaneck, N.J., was driving east when  he and  his  passengers were distracted by their loud music. One passenger bumped the steering wheel, causing the  driver  to lose control.

The car left the road and rolled over before coming  to rest on the south side of the highway.

There were several minor injuries in the crash.

Accident near Avis

AVIS — A  freightliner operator struck a tree that had fallen on Route 220 Monday, Tpr. Jonathan Rishell of the state police at Lamar said.

Police said the rig sustained moderate damage as a result of the crash and the driver, Keith E. Fry of Montgomery, was taken to Jersey Shore  Hospital for  treatment.

One-vehicle crash

MACKEYVILLE — Claudia Soto, 41, of Ypsilanti, Mich. crashed her 2010 Chevrolet Silverado on Interstate 80 Wednesday, Tpr. Jonathan Rishell of the state police at Lamar said.

Police said Soto was driving east when  deer ran out in front of her vehicle. There were two juveniles in the  vehicle who were not injured in the collision.

Vehicles collide

CASTANEA — Two vehicles collided in Castanea Township Monday afternoon on Paul Mack  Boulevard, Tpr. Michael Flook of  the state police at Lamar said.

Police said Jeffrey M. Girven, 21, of Jersey Shore was driving east when he attempted to make  a left turn and veered into the quarter-panel of  a Ford Explorer driven by Barbara Cox, 54,  of Lock Haven.

Access device fraud

LOCK HAVEN –Tammy Lee Kramer off Lock Haven reported $140 missing from her bank account.

The Nov. 20 statement showed that unauthorized withdrawals were made on her bank account at Horizon Federal Credit Union.