Police news — Wednesday, Sept. 13

Attempted break-in

LOCK HAVEN — Lock Haven City Police are continuing the investigation of an attempted break in the East Croak Hallow area. On Sept. 10 during evening hours the victim returned to their home after a short time away and discovered pry marks in the door jamb at the residence, police said.

Stalking alleged

LOCK HAVEN — On Aug. 6, Michael Killinger, 60, of 117 North Jones St. was arrested for allegedly stalking a 49-year-old woman, city police said. Killinger is also accused of throwing eggs on the victim’s car. Damage was $98, police said.

Two-vehicle crash

BELLEFONTE — A 20-year-old from Bellefonte man was involved in a two-vehicle crash on Sept. 10 at around 4 a.m., state police at Rockview said.

Police say the accident occurred when the operator of the vehicle was traveling south on North Spring Street and veered outside his lane of travel and struck a parked car.

The accused was found to be under the influence of controlled substances and was transported to the Mount Nittany Medical Center where a drug evaluation was completed and a legal blood draw was subsequently taken. Charges are pending, police said.

Storage unit robbed

LINDEN– William R. Watson Jr., of Williamsport, has been charged with forcefully breaking into the storage unit of Lynn Smith of Linden, located at Oak Harbor Storage, on Sept. 3 at 1:30 a.m.

Multiple items belonging to Smith were taken and later recovered at Watson’s residence, state police at Montoursville said.

Watson is charged with felony burglary, felony trespass, misdemeanor thefts, and criminal mischief. He was arraigned before District Judge Allen Page.

Drug possession

BELLEFONTE — On Sept. 11, a 33-year-old man from Grassflat, Pa. was accused of being under the influence of controlled substances and alcoholic beverages following a traffic stop, state police at Rockview said.

Police said after the detection of the odor of marijuana was observed, there was a probable cause search of the vehicle. The search resulted in a small amount of marijuana and associated parphernalia confiscated.

The suspect was transported to the Mount Nittany Medical Center for a legal blood draw. Charges are pending, police said.

PFA violation

LOCK HAVEN — On Sept. 10 between the hours of 6 and 11 p.m. a protection from abuse order was allegedly violated at 126 Woodward Ave., Woodward Township police said.

Police say the victim reported receiving numerous text messages from her estranged husband which violated the PFA. The investigation is continuing, police said.

Unauthorized use

of loaner vehicle

LOCK HAVEN — Jason Seyler, 39, of Williamsport, is accused of unauthorized use of a vehicle after he failed to return a loaner car from MacIntyre Chevrolet in Lock Haven on Aug. 23, city police said.

Retail theft

MILL HALL — Shikee Shaquan Mckeiver, 18, of Philadelphia, is accused of attempted theft on Sept. 11 at approximately 7 p.m., state police from Lamar said.

Mckeiver is accused of stealing items with a total value of $29.89 from Wal-Mart, police said.

Harassment alleged

FLEMINGTON — John William White, 54, of Lock Haven, was involved in a verbal altercation on Sept. 11 at around 3 p.m. on Shady Lane, state police at Lamar said.

White is accused of threatening a 30-year-old woman from Lock Haven with physical harm. He was cited for harassment.

Free child

seat checks

MONTOURSVILLE– Between Sept. 17 and 23, state police will be offering free child safety seat checks to anyone who would like them.

Certified technicians will be located at 899 Cherry St. Montoursville. If you would like to schedule an appointment contact 570-368-5700.