Police News-Dec. 24

Medical emergency

leads to accident

LOGANTON — A medical emergency led to a one vehicle crash on West Winter Road in Greene Township on Dec. 17 at 3:51 p.m., state police at Lamar said.

The driver, who was not identified, traveled off the north side of the road, striking three raised garden beds and a large farm sign with their 2016 Chevrolet Silverado, police said.

No charges were filed, police said.

Retail theft

MILL HALL –On Dec. 17, Debra Rupert, 63, of Lock Haven, was accused of attempting to steal multiple animal care items and house goods valued at $31.03 from Weis Markets, Mill Hall, state police at Lamar said.

Rupert was taken into custody and charged with retail theft, police said.

Verbal argument leads

to damaged vehicles

RAUCHTOWN — A verbal altercation between two family members on Dec. 10 at 12:59 a.m. lead to $70 worth of damage to a 1996 Mazda B2200 and a 2005 Ford F350 on Pine Mountain Road, Crawford Township, state police at Lamar said.

An investigation into the incident is on-going, police said.

DUI alleged

LOCK HAVEN — Sean Prosser, 47, of Lock Haven, was charged with driving under the influence after a traffic stop on Dec. 1 at the intersection of East Church and Mill streets, state police at Lamar said.

Two vehicle accident

DUNNSTABLE — A General Motors mail truck was rear-ended by a 1996 Dodge Stratus on Dec. 18 at 1:45 p.m. on Little Plum Run Road, Dunnstable Township, state police at Lamar said.

The driver of the mail truck, name not listed, was parked on the right lane deliver mail when the driver of the Dodge, name not listed, attempted to pass the vehicle, police said.

The driver of the Dodge noticed an approaching vehicle and applied the breaks, swerving back into the right lane and striking the rear bumper of the mail truck, police said.

No one was injured and both vehicles were able to be driven from the scene, police said.

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