Police News — Sept. 5
Alleged DUI crash
JERSEY SHORE — State police at Montoursville accused Steven Bower, 25, of 5619 Route 44 South, Jersey Shore of driving under the influence following a crash in the 200 block of Back Street in Upper Fairfield Township on May 7.
Bower was released on $5,000 bail.
Rock thrown through window
NISBET — Robert Steppe of Nesbit reported to state police at Montoursville that a rock was thrown through a glass window on his camper at 4:30 p.m. on Aug. 29.
Police said the large glass window was destroyed. Value was $400.
Anyone with information about this incident is asked to call PSP at 570-368-5700.
Pedestrians hit by car
LOCK HAVEN — Four pedestrians were hit by a car as they walked in the crosswalk across East Main Street at Jay Street on Sunday evening, Lock Haven police reported.
Three of the pedestrians were taken to Lock Haven Hospital for treatment of injuries.
Police said the accident occurred at 8:34 p.m. as the driver was turning from North Jay Street onto East Main Street.
The driver of the vehicle was Virginia M. Chaplain of Lock Haven, who was charged with careless driving and failure to yield to pedestrians in the crosswalk, police said.
The pedestrians were Judith Cramer of Lock Haven, who suffered a bump on the head, her daughter and granddaughter and a friend. The names of the other three, who are juveniles, were not listed on the police report. However, one of them suffered an arm and leg injury and another injured her leg, police said.