Police news – June 7

Protection from abuse violation

BELLEFONTE — Glenn McCrary, 56, of Bellefonte, was charged with a PFA violation after he allegedly contacted the protected party, a 58-year-old female victim from Centre Hall, via telephone using a restricted number on May 22, according to state police at Rockview. An arrest warrant was issued, police said.

Scattering rubbish

JULIAN — On June 2, John and Debra Gill, of Julian, reported a complaint that someone scattered broken glass and other garbage on their property at Silverdale Road in Huston Township, Centre County, according to police at Rockview. The complainant was unable to name a suspect or provide any other investigative details, police said.

Theft of vehicle

LINDEN — A lime green and black Motorola APX 6000 XE bearing serial number 756CTR1469 was observed missing from the Woodward Township Volunteer Fire Department along State Route 220 in Woodward Township, Lycoming County, between May 7 and May 20, according to state police at Montoursville.

Anyone with information regarding the location of the vehicle, valued at $4,500, can contact Trooper Aaron Brown at 570-368-5700.

Minor injuries in crash

BELLEFONTE — An unnamed 17-year-old female driver, of Bellefonte, was charged with not driving on roadways laned for traffic after a one-vehicle crash occurred on Interstate 99 Highway in Spring Township, Centre County, according to state police at Rockview.

Police said that she was in the right lane attempting to adjust her high beams and started to veer left, swiping a guide rail and then striking a concrete barrier twice before coming to a stop. She was taken to the Mount Nittany Medical Center for minor injuries, police said.