Police News — Oct. 11
Vehicle runs stop sign
LOCK HAVEN — No one was injured in a two-vehicle crash that occurred at the intersection of South Grove and East Walnut streets Tuesday morning, Lock Haven City Police said.
City police said Miranda Ackley, of Salladasburg, was driving west on East Walnut Street when a 2017 Dodge Journey, driven by Ellen Lorson, of Williamsport, pulled out of South Grove Street in front of her.
Ackley hit the brakes but was unable to avoid striking Lorson’s vehicle with her 2008 Suzuki XL-7/Grand Vitara, police said.
Lock Haven EMS arrived on scene and checked both Ackley and her 3-year-old son for injuries, but none were reported, police said. Lorson’s vehicle was driven from the scene, but Ackley’s received disabling damaged and was towed, police said.
JERSEY SHORE — Two Clinton County men allegedly drove under the influence between July 7 and Aug. 15, Tiadaghton Valley Regional Police said.
– Edgar Willits Jr., 59, of Mill Hall, has been sent a summons to appear before a district judge following a suspected DUI at the Thomas Street exit of Route 220 in Porter Township on Aug. 15, police said.
– Daniel Katz, 29, of Bellefonte, was released on $1,500 bail following an alleged DUI on Route 220 in Porter Township on July 7, reported police.
MILHEIM — A 49-year old male was accused of drug possession on Saturday, Sept. 22, Rockview State police reported. However, no further information was provided.
JERSEY SHORE — Jordan Caprio, 32, of 311 High St., has been accused of drug possession of marijuana and paraphernalia at his home on May 4, and a bench warrant for his arrest was expected after he failed to appear for a recent hearing, according to Tiadaghton Valley Regional Police.
Theft from vehicle
PHILIPSBURG — One suspect has been identified in a recent string of vehicle thefts that occurred between Oct. 4 and 5 in the Philipsburg Borough and Rush Township areas, state police at Rockview said. The investigation is still ongoing and the known suspect will be identified at a later date, police said.
Charges are being filed through district court, police said.
PHILIPSBURG — Two juveniles known to police were cited for disorderly conduct after engaging in tumultuous behavior on Oct. 9 in the area of 1753 State St., Rush Township, Centre County, state police at Rockview said.