Police news — Friday, Nov. 4
Lost boy claimed
LOCK HAVEN – At 2 p.m. yesterday, police report a 2-year-old boy took a nap with his mother, then awoke before his mother and slipped out the front door. The boy was found near 610 High St., Lock Haven, and the mother was eventually located, the report says. Children and Youth Services are assisting the mother further. State police encourage parents to use alarms and/or child safety locks to help secure active children in residences.
LOCK HAVEN — Woodward Township police stopped Christopher Grinnell, 44, of 835 Woodward Ave., Lock Haven, for speeding at the Constitution Bridge in Woodward Township, and found that Grinnell appeared to be intoxicated.
The incident occurred at 10:55 p.m. Nov. 1.
Charges are pending lab results, police said.
JERSEY SHORE — Thomas M. Copenhaver, 59, of Jersey Shore, was flown by medical helicopter to Geisinger Medical Center, Danville, following a motorcycle accident on Oct. 29 at 4:44 p.m. on Route 44 near Furnace Run Road.
State police said Copenhaver was southbound when a deer ran across the roadway. The cycle hit the deer with its front end, causing the bike to roll onto its right side, slide across the northbound lane, coming to a final rest near the east shoulder.
Geisinger had no record of Copenhaver being a patient there Thursday afternoon, police said.