Police News – May 28

Harassment alleged

BELLEFONTE — An inmate state prison at Rockview allegedly threw suspected urine onto a corrections officer at 5:20 p.m. on May 11, state police said.

State police at Rockview are investigating this incident of aggravated harassment, under Trooper J.R. Pollock, police said.

Car windshield struck

SPRING MILLS –State police issued a citation for criminal mischief to Brandon W. Turner, 28, of Spring Mills, after an incident of property damage that occurred at 5:35 p.m. on May 25.

He is accused of striking the rear windshield of a car belonging to Cassandra E. Packer, 28, of Spring Mills, with a two inch by four inch piece of wood, police said.

The rear window of Packer’s 2001 Ford Escape broke, causing a loss of $300, state police said.

Sobriety checkpoint results

BELLEFONTE — A sobriety checkpoint was conducted this past weekend in Centre County by state police.

A total of 37 vehicles were stopped, two of which were DUI arrests. 12 were traffic citations, 10 were warnings, and one was another arrest of a fugitive from Clinton County, police said.

State police will conduct additional sobriety checkpoints in the future and remind the public not to drive if you have been drinking or used drugs.

Public drunkenness

BELLEFONTE — Erik G. Grosso, 31, of Bellefonte, was charged with public drunkenness after an incident that occurred May 26 at 6:54 a.m., state police at Rockview said.

Grosso was observed stumbling on the side of the road along Route 150, near South Eagle Valley Road, police said.