Police news — Wednesday, Nov. 30

Missing woman found

LOCK HAVEN — Anne Bailey Hackney, 83, of Eagles Mere was reported missing Tuesday, state police said, and was then found around 2 p.m. that day.

Police said Hackney’s daughter contacted the Laporte Station about her mother being missing, saying she suffers from dementia.

The woman was last seen driving a blue Subaru Impreza with Maryland plates in the Lock Haven area. She appeared confused and did not seem to know her way home at that time, police said.

She was found Tuesday afternoon around 2 p.m. No other information has been released.

Another crash involving deer

LINDEN — Susan K. Nelson, 64, of Linden, struck a deer while driving a Toyota Corolla south on Daugherty’s Run Road at 4:45 p.m. Sunday, reported Trooper Ernest Capobianco of the state police at Montoursville.

Both the driver and her passenger, Stephen W. Nelson of Linden, were wearing seat belts and were not injured, police said.

Dincher’s Auto Body assisted at the scene.

Jesus figurine stolen

LOCK HAVEN — A baby Jesus figurine was stolen from a yard in the 300 block of Center Street in the city late Sunday or early Monday, city police said.

Vehicle hits pole

LOCK HAVEN — An accident occurred Monday on West Bald Eagle Street, city police said. Police said Patricia Styers of 207 E. Main St. was driving west when her vehicle went off the road and struck a pole.

Two-vehicle crash

LOCK HAVEN — A two-vehicle crash occurred Monday at 9:26 a.m. on East Church Street between Grove and Vesper streets, city police said.

An Oldsmobile van driven by Mary Gugliocciello of Lock Haven and a Chrysler SUV driven by Susan M. Reynolds of Lock Haven collided when both drivers pulled out from a parked position, police said.

Neither driver was injured and the vehicles had minor damage, police reported.

Driver leaves the scene

LINDEN — A 1995 Ford F-150 hit a tree at 12:28 a.m. Nov. 11 on Daugherty’s Run Road near McGill Hollow Road, and the driver left the scene before state police arrived.

Investigating officer Ronald Barrett said the pickup went off the road on a lefthand curve, hit a guiderail head on, hit a tree, and ended up in a stream.

No injuries

ALLENWOOD — Adam L. Shaffer of Avis was driving one of three vehicles involved in a crash on Route 15 near Beck Road at 1:45 p.m. Sunday, state police at Milton reported.

Shaffer was driving a Chevrolet Colorado south when he stopped in a line of traffic. Noel M. Lampazzi of Houston, Texas, driving a Ford Focus, did not see he was stopped and hit his vehicle from behind, reported investigating officer Garrett Marvich. Shaffer’s vehicle then struck the rear of a Subaru Legacy driven by Tylor D. Moyer of Milton, police said.

All three drivers were wearing seat belts, as were the passengers in the Lampazzi and Moyer vehicles, police said, and no one was injured.

Lampazzi will be cited, police said.