Police news — Wednesday, Nov. 2

Burglary and vandalism

RENOVO — State police are investigating the unlawful entry and vandalism of the Renovo Rails facility, 100 Industrial Park Road.

Sometime between Oct. 17 and 29, someone entered the facility, broke out the windows of a 1976 Chevrolet pickup truck and a train car pusher and spray-painted the interior.

Anyone with information pertaining to this incident, should call state police at Lamar at 570-726-6000.

Failure to stop

MILL HALL — Karen R. Phoenix, 60, of Mill Hall, while driving south on Route 64, struck the back of a vehicle waiting at the red light at the junction of Long Run Road around 12:30 p.m. Monday, according to state police at Lamar.

The stopped vehicle then proceeded to strike the back of another vehicle at the red light, according to police.

Phoenix was charged with speeding, police said.

No injuries

LOCK HAVEN — Madalyn Sims of Lock Haven failed to stop her vehicle in time to avoid striking the rear of a car which was stopped at the red light on Bellefonte Avenue and Commerce Street around 11 a.m. Monday, according to city police.

Frances Goodman of Lock Haven was behind the wheel of the stopped car, police said. Her car then struck the rear of another vehicle stopped at the light, with Candice Baumher of Lock Haven at the wheel, police said.

No one was injured, but two of the vehicles sustained minor damage, according to police.

Drug charge

HUBLERSBURG — A black male of Cleveland, Ohio was charged with possession of drugs and paraphernalia after he was stopped Monday for a traffic violation on the westbound side of I-80  in Marion Township, reported state police at Rockview. Police withheld the suspect’s name.