Police news — Tuesday, Nov. 21

Heroin overdose victim revived

HOWARD — State police at Rockview responded to a residence in Howard Township on Saturday, Nov. 18 at about 10:30 p.m. for a report of an unresponsive man who was believed to be overdosing on an unknown substance.

After investigating, police said Cody Mann, 26, of Howard, had ingested an unknown amount of heroin.

Howard EMS administered narcan and revived Mann who was then transported to Mount Nittany Medical Center for treatment, police said.

Vehicle strikes tree

SNOW SHOE — Two people were transported to Mount Nittany Medical Center for suspected injuries after a crash that occurred on Nov. 18 at about 9:30 a.m., state police at Rockview said.

A Ford Explorer driven by Robin L. Slowikowski, 49, of North East, was driving north on Pine Glen Road just south of Bucktail Lane when Slowikowski lost control of the vehicle while negotiating a right hand curve, police said.

The vehicle then veered off the east side of the road and struck a tree. After striking the tree the vehicle overturned, coming to final rest on its roof, police said.

Both Slowikowski and her passenger, a 9-year-old from North East, were transported by Snow Shoe EMS to Mt. Nittany Medical Center due to suspected minor injuries, police said.

Pine Glen Fire Department and Rees’s Towing assisted at the scene.

Officer assaulted

FLEMINGTON — A Lock Haven woman is accused of aggravated assault after attacking a Mill Hall Borough Police officer, state police at Lamar said.

The incident occurred on Oct. 19 at about 12 p.m. when a Clinton County Sheriff officer was attempting to take Tiffany Darby, 33, of Lock Haven, into custody for an outstanding warrant, police said.

A back up unit arrived at 301 Frederick St., Suite 100, and witnessed the accused kick the officer’s Taser from his hand. A second fight ensued, with substantial force the officers were able to take the accused into custody, police said.

Public drunkenness

RAUCHTOWN — A Lock Haven man is accused of public drunkenness after police found he had thrown up on himself and was in a highly intoxicated state, according to state police at Lamar.

The incident occurred on Nov. 18 at about 3 a.m. at 3235 Rauchtown Road, Crawford Township.

According to police, Shane Darby, 37, of Lock Haven, had been inside the Rauchtown Inn wanting confrontations with patrons. The bartender asked him to leave because she did not want any fights to occur inside the bar, police said.

Darby left, however arrived back after closing hours.

Police arrived to find Darby, who became verbally combative with police and made comments of wanting to fight and hurt police, police said.

Darby was transported to Clinton County Correctional Facility, police said.

Charges will be filed through District Judge Joseph Sanders’ office.


LOCK HAVEN — A verbal argument turned physical at 244 Oak Hollow Rd. on Nov. 17 at about 9 p.m., state police at Lamar said.

The incident occurred between two known suspects, both of Lock Haven, who were involved in a verbal argument that turned into a physical altercation, police said.

Both were cited for harassment through District Judge Joseph Sanders’ office.

Retail theft

MILL HALL — State police at Lamar are investigating an attempted retail theft at the Walmart in Mill Hall where an unknown suspect attempted to steal more than $700 in merchandise on Nov. 19 at about 4 p.m.

Police said the suspect, a white male wearing a black winter tossle hat, attempted to take $706.50 worth of merchandise past the final point of sale without paying.

The suspect, when approached by a Walmart employee, left the merchandise in the cart and took off running. He got into a silver colored Jeep SUV and left the area, police said.

If anyone has any additional information they are asked to contact state police at Lamar.

Decorations stolen

LOCK HAVEN — City police are investigating the theft and damage of several yard decorations valued at $56.25.

The incident occurred between midnight and 7:30 a.m. on Nov. 18 at the 200 block of North Fairview Street.

Police said a candy cane decoration and solar light were damaged and a blow up Santa, light projector and timer were stolen.

Chainsaw theft

MILL HALL — A chainsaw was stolen from the back of a 28-year-old man’s buggy, state police at Lamar said.

The incident occurred in the parking lot of the Walmart at 167 Hogan Boulevard on Nov. 11 between 7 and 7:30 p.m.

Police described the saw as an Echo Chainsaw model CS-590 and a 20 inch bar.

Stolen leggings

MILL HALL — A known suspect has been charged with retail theft, state police at Lamar said.

The theft occurred on Nov. 15 at about 4 p.m. at the Dollar General in Mill Hall where the accused stole a pair of blue and white leggings valued at $4.80 and left the store, police said.

Charges for retail theft are being filed through District Judge John Maggs’ office.

Cell phone found

BELLEFONTE — State police at Rockview are looking for the owner of a cell phone.

The cell phone was found on Nov. 19 at about 6 p.m. on Shiloh Road in Benner Twp., police said.