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Police news – Aug. 31

Spring Township Police issue arrest warrant

BELLEFONTE — The Spring Township Police Department is looking for Matthew Gallagher, who has been tied to 16 vehicle break-ins.

The break-ins have occurred over a short period of time in the Bellefonte and Spring Township area, according to police.

Both the Spring Township Police and Bellefonte Borough Police hold arrest warrants for Gallagher.

Anyone with information is asked to call police at 1-800-479-0050.

JS woman injured in crash

JERSEY SHORE — A two-vehicle crash occurred on August 26 along Lycoming Creek Road, Loyalsock Township, Lycoming County as the vehicle of

Dennis Rager, 74, of Jersey Shore, was parked at a traffic light and was rear-ended by the vehicle of Timothy Bair, 63, of Williamsport, according to police at Montoursville. Both vehicles were safely driven from the scene, and neither driver was hurt, but passenger Mary Rager 71, also of Jersey Shore, was transported to Williamsport Hospital with injuries of unknown severity, police said.

Drug charges

WILLIAMSPORT — Sophia McGowan, 22, of Loganton, was charged by Willilamsport city police with possession of heroin, marijuana and drug paraphernalia in the 1200 block of West Fourth Street on May 8. McGowan was released on $2,500 bail.

DUI alleged

WILLIAMSPORT — Todd Reynolds, 24, of Lock Haven, was charged by state police at Montoursville with drivingunder the influence, careless driving and speeding on Interstate 180 in Williamsport on May 5. His blood alcohol content level was .16, police said.

Reynold was released on $3,500 bail.

Disorderly conduct and harassment

LOCK HAVEN– City police report that on August 29 at 1:57 p.m. 40 year-old John Weaver, no address listed, was issued a citation after engaging in a physical altercation with a stranger at the Hangar 9.

Noise ordinance violation

LOCK HAVEN — During early morning on August 29 Lock Haven police report that 36 year-old Robin Allen Jr., of 361 Linden Circle, was charged with violating a noise ordinance at 361 Linden Circle. The noise lasted from 1 to 9:50 a.m., police say.

No injuries in crash

LOCK HAVEN — On August 28 at 1:50 p.m., a two-vehicle accident took place at the intersection of West Bald Eagle Street and East Park Street, city police say.

Laurie Baldwin had been stopped at a stop sign and was making a left onto West Bald Eagle Street and failed to notice the oncoming vehicle driven by Krista Nanni approaching and the two vehicles collided.

Police say neither Baldwin nor Nanni or her son were injured in the crash. Baldwin was cited for a stop sign violation, police said.

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