School zone warning
LOCK HAVEN - City police are receiving numerous reports of traffic violations in the city's school zones, especially during the loading and unloading of students.
Police said motorists should be aware of the regulations governing school zones and bus stops, and officers are prepared to strictly enforce those rules.
LOCK HAVEN -A counterfeit $20 bill was used at McDonald's Restaurant Tuesday to purchase a meal.
City police are investigating.
Truck downs lines
DUNNSTOWN - A cement mixer truck downed several telephone lines Tuesday on Brewery Hollow Road, Woodward Township police said.
Kevin Killinger was driving the truck, which pulled the Verizon telephone lines from the pole, knocking out telephone service to the area for much of Tuesday evening, police said.
Theft from vehicles
DUNNSTOWN -Two unlocked vehicles were entered Tuesday along 30 Chapman Drive, Woodward Township, police said.
Sunglasses, cigarettes and other personal items were stolen from the parked vehicles, police said.
JERSEY SHORE - Somebody obtained the personal information of Ken Baier of Jersey Shore, and used it to open a Bank of America account, state police at Montoursville said.
The individual attempted to transfer $4,000 from the victim's current Bank of America account and into the fraudulent one, police said.
The incident occurred in mid-August. Police said the investigation is continuing.
JERSEY SHORE - Three individuals were cited for harassment following a confrontation at South Pine Run Road Sunday in Woodward Township, Lycoming County, state police at Montoursville said.
Things turned physical for Thomas W. McGee, 49, of Lopez; Clair Getgen, 60, of Linden; and Jeffrey Koch, 58, of Lock Haven, police said.
Police also said it was alleged that one of the victim's medications were stolen from his truck.
DUNNSTOWN - A Direct TV high definition dish was stolen from a metal pole between Sept. 3 and 13, Woodward Township police said.
The theft occurred at 225 Branch Lane and resulted in a loss of $100, police said.
DUNNSTOWN -A motorist drove off from the Minit Mart, 25 Woodward Ave., without paying for regular gasoline valued at $65, Woodward Township police said.
Theft by deception
DUNNSTOWN - Woodward Township police are investigating a company for failure to live up to its contract.
In late July Koel Contracting Co. accepted $6,446 to put on a new roof on a residence, then failed to start the work, violating the terms of the contract, police said.