Police news — Friday, Oct. 20
Harboring a dangerous dog
LOCK HAVEN — Timothy Shelley, 27, of Lock Haven, has been charged by Lock Haven police with harboring a dangerous dog after the dog attacked a cat and bit the homeowner, police said.
The incident occurred at 11 p.m. Oct. 10 on East Water Street.
Police said the defendant’s dog ran away from its residence on East Main Street and entered a residence on East Water Street, attacking the owner’s cat and biting the homeowner.
Pedestrian struck by vehicle
LOCK HAVEN — Lock Haven EMS transported a woman to the Williamsport hospital for an injured ankle and other abrasions/contusions on Oct. 18, Woodward Township police said.
The accident happened at about 3 p.m. when Ellen Campbell attempted to cross Mill Hill Road. Campbell walked into the left front fender of a vehicle travelling westbound, police said.
The driver of the vehicle was not identified by police.
LOCK HAVEN — A summons was issued by Lock Haven police for Gregory Askins, 50, of 112 S. Jones St.
According to police, a search warrant was executed on Sept. 7 at Askins home where police found several items of drug paraphernalia.
LOCK HAVEN — On Aug. 15, Brooke Moore, 25, of 45 Market St., was charged with perjury after producing false information during a hearing at the Clinton County Courthouse, city police said.
Moore turned herself in on Oct. 11 and was arraigned before District Judge Joseph Sanders.
Bail is set at $10,000 unsecured, police said.
WILLIAMSPORT — A Montoursville man is under investigation for driving under the influence in Lycoming County, state police at Montoursville said.
Michael James Erb, 29, of 111 Hillcrest Drive, failed to stop at a red light which caused police to pull him over on Sept. 16 at about midnight, police said.
Charges will be filed through District Magistrate Page.