Police news — Thursday, Nov. 9

Failure to yield

BELLEFONTE — A car driven by Paulo Cernas-Echevarria, 31, of Perth Amboy, N.J., failed to yield to the right of way, and was struck by a vehicle driven by Samuel Reed, 52, of Howard, who was unable to stop in time, according to state police at Rockview. There were no injuries as a result of this crash, but Reed’s vehicle had to be towed from the scene, police said.

Burglary

LOCK HAVEN — City police said that Aften Vinson, 32, of 340 S. Fairview St., was taken into custody and placed in jail after she forced entry into a South Fairview Street residence and assaulted the victim inside on Saturday, Sept. 23, at around noon.

Entering an intersection too early

LOCK HAVEN — Cindy Kinley, of Lock Haven, told city police that she entered an intersection at S. Jones St. and W. Bald Eagle St. on Tuesday, Nov. 7 at 3:15 p.m. after stopping, but before verifying that the intersection was clear, city police said. In addition, police said that they discovered Kinley to be operating her vehicle without insurance or a valid PA inspection. There were no injuries, but two incapacitated vehicles were towed from the scene, according to city police.

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