POLICE NEWS — FEB. 15
City woman charged with assaulting child
LOCK HAVEN — Glenda Sue Knight, 31, of Lock Haven, was charged with aggravated assault, endangering the welfare of a child and simple assault after she caused an injury to a 1-year-old child’s face, Lock Haven City Police said.
Knight was taken into custody and placed in county prison in lieu of $20,000 bail, police said.
Over $1,000 stolen from Central
LOCK HAVEN — Over $1,000 was stolen from Central Mountain Therapy, 685 Island Rd., between Feb. 8 and 11, state police at Lamar said.
The suspects entered the building and stole $1,125.27 in checks and $160 in cash before fleeing the scene, police said.
Anyone with information is asked to contact PSP Lamar at 570-726-6000.
LOCK HAVEN — A city woman was charged with receiving stolen property and attempted escape and possession of drug paraphernalia after being found in possession of a stolen vehicle on Jan. 30, Lock Haven City Police said.
Tara Lynn Shutt, 26, also attempted to escape from police while being transported to the county prison, police said.
Shutt caused $200 worth of damage to a police vehicle and was found to be in possession of drug paraphernalia, police said.
Slushy conditions lead to crash
LAMAR — David L. Meadows, 24, of Renovo, and his passengers Katie M. McCannon, 29, and Austin R. Davis, 24, both of Renovo, were transported to UPMC Lock Haven for suspected minor injuries after a two vehicle crash on Route 220 in Lamar Township, state police at Lamar said.
On Feb. 12, Meadows was traveling too fast on the roadway for the slushy conditions, causing him to lose control of the vehicle, police said.
The 2000 Ford Explorer, fishtailed into the north bound lane where it was struck by a 2011 Toyota Sienna, driven by Edward B. Christopher, 47, of State College, police said. Meadows and his passengers were transported by Goodwill Hose EMS to the hospital, police said. Both vehicles were towed from the scene and Meadows was charged with driving too fast for conditions and restraint systems, police said.
Vehicle runs red light
LAMAR — No one was injured in a two vehicle crash after one vehicle ran a red light at the intersection of Nittany Valley Drive and the Interstate 80 exit ramp on Feb. 13, state police at Lamar said.
Joyce A. Bower, 78, of Lamar, was traveling north on Nittany Valley Drive when she went through a red light and struck a 2014 Ford Fusion, driven by Lewis A. Heimer, 59, of Lock Haven, who was attempting to make a left hand turn off the Interstate-80 ramp, police said.
Bower’s 2010 Dodge Caravan traveled across Nittany Valley Drive and over an embankment, police said.
Police were assisted on the scene by the Lamar Township Fire Department and Bressler’s Towing, police said.
One vehicle crash
JERSEY SHORE — A Jersey Shore woman was not injured in a one vehicle crash along Quenshukeny Road, Anthony Township, Lycoming County on Feb. 12 at 9 a.m., state police at Montoursville said.
Christina M. Grant, 62, was traveling south on the roadway when she lost control of her 2007 Ford Escape and left the road striking a ditch, police said.
LAMAR — James McDaniels, 23, of Astoria, N.Y., was cited for drug possession after a traffic stop on Interstate 80, Porter Township on Feb. 6, state police at Lamar said. During the traffic stop an odor of marijuana was found coming from the 2002 GMC Yukon, police said. Marijuana and drug paraphernalia were found during a search of the vehicle, police said.
Two vehicle crash
MONTGOMERY — Neither the driver of a 2011 Ford Crown Victoria or the driver of a 2005 International Harvester were injured in a two vehicle crash along Route 15, Clinton Township, Lycoming County on Feb. 11, state police at Montoursville said.
Roy R. Reeder, 56, of Lock Haven, was traveling from a parked position along the roadway, attempting to change directions when he crossed into the path of the International Harvester, driven by Kenneth W. Nash, 47, of South Williamsport, police said. Nash was unable to move and struck Reeder’s vehicle, police said.
Reeder was charged with not using turning movements and required signals, police said.
Bureau of Liquor Control January statistics
MONTOURSVILLE — The Pennsylvania State Police Bureau of Liquor Control Enforcement District Enforcement Office in Montoursville have released the following statistics for the month of January:
r 111 complaints received.
r 7 Licensed establishments where age compliance checks were conducts.
r 1 Establishment sold alcohol to an underage buyer.
r 17 Violation letters issued for violations of liquor laws.
r 21 Warning letters issued for violations of liquor laws.
r 3 criminal arrests.
The officers assigned to the Montoursville office enforce liquor laws and related provisions at over 969 establishments licensed by the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board in Bradfor, Clinton, Columbia, Lycoming, Montour, Northumberland, Potter, Snyder, Sullivan, Tioga and Union counties.