POLICE NEWS — FEB. 2
JERSEY SHORE — Ryan Koch, 19, of 220 Elm St., Jersey Shore, was charged on Jan. 28 by Tiadaghton Valley Regional police with possession with intent to deliver marijuana and related offenses at his home.
He was jailed in the Lycoming County Prison in lieu of $75,000 bail.
Theft by deception
LINDEN — An unknown actor allegedly impersonated an Apple employee on Jan. 7 via telephone and fraudulently used $600 from Google Play gift cards belonging to a 49-year-old woman from Linden, according to state police from Montoursville.
Hit and run
LOCK HAVEN — Stanislav Nechitaylo, of Anderson, S.C, has been charged with hit and run after allegedly striking a Ford F-150, Jan. 31, on 511 E. Park St., Lock Haven, while driving a red tractor trailer towards First Quality, according police at Lock Haven.
The Ford F-15, owned by Wayne Williams, of Mill Hall, had its left mirror hit and broken off, police said. Police spoke with the owner of the suspect red tractor trailer, Nechtaylo, and he stated that he did not hit any vehicle, but was instructed that he would be getting a notification in the mail, police said.
Black ice causes crash
LINDEN — A crash occurred on Jan. 25 as Dale Doebler, 61, of Linden, was traveling south on Route 15, Lycoming County, state police at Montoursville said.
Doebler lost control of his 1996 Chevrolet S10 on black ice and the truck went off the roadway and overturned on its roof, police said. The vehicle then struck a tree and overturned back onto its wheels before coming to a final rest, but Doebler was not believed to be injured, police said.