Police: 7-17

DUI

HOWARD–On July 14, 11:00 p.m. police arrested a 40 year old woman from Lamar for driving under the influence following a traffic stop. According to police, the woman was transported to Mount Nittany Medical Center for a legal blood draw.

DUI

HOWARD–On July 15, at 1:56 a.m. police arrested a 29 year old man for driving under the influence. According to police, the man was transported to Centre County Jail for a legal blood draw.

Fire

JERSEY SHORE–On July 15, at 6:34 p.m., police were called to 1324 Walnut St. for a reported fire. According to police reports, the call was completed at 6:45 p.m.

Fire

JERSEY SHORE–On July 14, at 4:23 p.m., police were called to 1320 Walnut St. for a reported fire. According to police reports, the call was completed at 4:37 p.m.

Break-In

FLEMINGTON–On July 13 between the hours of 2:00 a.m. and 4:30 a.m., state police were notified of a break-in on 320 James St. in Flemington. According to police reports, the home of a 21 year old woman was broken into and the unknown burglar moved several items and broke a TV. Anyone with information is asked to contact the state police at Lamr.

Stolen Motorcycle

LOGANTON–On July 1, at 12:16 p.m., state police were notified of the theft of a green Kawasaki KX250. According to state police a 40 year old man from Loganton had his motorcycle stolen from outside of his garage. The thief fled the scene in an unknown direction. According to police, the investigation is ongoing.

Credit Card Fraud

BEECH CREEK–Five-Hundred dollars was withdrawn from Kayona C. Green’s Jackson Hewitt Card from an unknown ATM in Houston TX according to police at Lamar.

Liquor Law Violation

LOCK HAVEN–Pizza House at 120 Woodward Ave. Lock Haven, allegedly issued checks or drafts in payment for purchases of malt or brewed beverages when they had insufficient funds in, or credit with, the institution upon which drawn for the payment of such checks. The violation occurred on February 11, 2017, March 11, 2017, March 25, 2017 and April 1, 2017. According to the Bureau of Liquor Control Enforcement these charges will be brought before an Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) who has the authority to impose penalties ranging from $50-$1,000 for minor offenses and up to $5,000 for more serious offenses. In addition the ALJ can also impose a license suspension or revocation of the license based on the severity of the charge brought. The ALJ can also mandate training for the licensee in an effort to educate them on the requirements of being a licensee.

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