Police news – June 8
LOCK HAVEN — A 47-year-old female from Lock Haven was stopped for a traffic violation on East Water Street in Lock Haven on May 25, according to police at Lamar.
After investigation, the suspect was taken into custody for suspicion of DUI, with charges pending blood results, police said.
LOCK HAVEN — On May 30, a citation was issued to a 14-year-old male for alleged disorderly conduct at 51 Hickory Drive, Woodward Township, according to police at Lamar.
Receiving stolen property
SPRING MILLS — A backpack belong to a 36-year-old female, of Spring Mills, was found at the residence of 548 Huston St., Flemington, on June 1, according to police at Lamar.
This case shall remain open pending further investigation, police said.
FLEMINGTON — A 32-year-old female victim discovered that the door to her camper trailer had been damaged on May 20 and reported it to police at Lamar.
The victim went into the camper and nothing was taken or appeared to be entered, but there was a small bend in the door frame, police said.
MACKEYVILLE — A 22-year-old male from Mackeyville was observed committing a traffic violation along Mackeyville Road in Lamar Township on May 25, according to police at Lamar.
A traffic stop was conducted and through investigation, the driver was taken into custody for suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol, police said. Charges are pending blood results, police said.
Harassment, physical contact
MILL HALL — Scott Treese, 41, of McElhattan, has been charged with harassment after he was at the Valley Inn Hotel, Mill Hall, and got into a verbal argument with Nicole Killinger, 40, also of McElhattan, on May 4, according to police at Lamar.
The verbal argument turned into a physical altercation at the bar, police said.
FLEMINGTON — A 38-year-old female from Lock Haven has been charged with disorderly conduct after allegedly arriving at the residence at 115 Allison St., Flemington, where she started yelling and screaming at the victim, a 36-year-old female, also of Lock Haven, according to police at Lamar.
The arrestee left the residence after the victim called police, police said.
MILL HALL — On June 1, a 66-year-old male, of Mill Hall, reported that a known individual had made threats directed toward him, according to state police at Lamar.
Upon investigation, it was determined that no threat was made towards the victim, police said.
FLEMINGTON — An unknown actor attempted to make entry into the 7th Adventist Church at 612 Frederick St., Flemington, between May 9 and May 11, according to police at Lamar.
FLEMINGTON — An unknown actor made entry into the office of JJ Peters, 212 James St., Flemington, between May 9 and May 11, according to state police at Lamar.
Once inside, the actor stole a lockbox containing money, which was later located at the Flemington park with the money missing, police said.
Anyone with information about this crime is to contact state police at Lamar.
Confinement of dogs
MILL HALL — Tammy Pond, 30, of Mill Hall, is facing charges for failure to confine a dog on the premises of 93 Slopeys Lane, Bald Eagle Township, on June 4, according to police at Lamar.