Three face charges
related to car entries
MILL HALL -Three teens were apprehended Sunday in connection with car entries in the area of West Church and Jay streets in Mill Hall, Cpl. Scott A. McGary of the Pennsylvania State Police in Lamar said.
Police said Devon Bowmaster, 18, of McKinney Road, Lock Haven, and two known juveniles of Water Street, Mill Hall, entered vehicles owned by Neil Wolfe of West Church Street, Mill Hall and Matthew Baskin of Stabley Road, Lock Haven, and removed numerous items of personal property.
One of the victims spotted the act and when the threesome was confronted, an argument occurred and the suspects fled the scene.
State police were contacted, arrived in the area and found the three accused teens, who were questioned and confessed to the acts, police said.
All the stolen articles were recovered, police said.
Theft by deception
MILL HALL - Two individuals were reportedly attempting to have prescriptions filled Monday at Wal-mart Super Center, 167 Hogan Blvd., using fake prescriptions for Oxycodone.
Police didn't provide any additional information or a description of the suspects, but anybody who might have seen something at about 3:55 p.m. at that location is asked to contact troopers at 726-6000.
MILL HALL -A two-vehicle crash occurred on Route 150 in Bald Eagle Township Thursday at 3:18 p.m.
Trooper Jared S. Homan of the state police at Lamar said Tasha Hartley, 22, of Richfield was driving west on Beau Newton Way and crossing the intersection of Route 150 with the green light, when Daniel Zettelmoyer, 60, of Watsontown, ran the red light and struck the rear quarter panel of Hartley's auto.
Hartley suffered minor injuries in the crash, police said.
RENOVO - A one-vehicle crash occurred on Route 120 in Noyes Township Friday at 3 a.m., Trooper Kenneth L. Riggle Jr. of the Pennsylvania State Police at Lamar said.
Police said James W. Nichols, 21, of Austin, Pa. was driving west on Route 120 when his 2009 Subaru Legacy left the road and crashed into a utility pole.
Nichols was wearing a seatbelt and did not receive any injuries.
Car jumps guiderail
CASTANEA - Two people reportedly escaped injury when one vehicle hit another on Route 220 south in Castanea Township just before noon Thursday, state police said.
Police said Holly Ulrich, 21, of Lock Haven was driving north and, due to a mechanical issue, lost control of her Mercury sedan. The car went over the guiderail and struck a vehicle driven by Ryan Good, 21, of Lock Haven, according to Trooper Curtis Confer, the investigating officer.
Pills, money, guns,
State police are investigating two thefts in Flemington and the Loganton area.
In one incident, prescription pills, money and guns were taken from a vehicle parked along South Hillview Street sometime overnight Wednesday.
Richard Confer Sr. reported his truck was entered and Hydrocodone pills, $21 in cash and two guns were taken. The guns include a Mossberg 12-gauge, camoflauge with a Simmons scope and a .50-caliber, Wolf in-line muzzleloader with a Simmons scope.
Separately, Daniel McCormack of Loganton told state police that someone entered a garage in the area of 1186 W. Winter Road, Logan Township, Clinton County, and stole a 2006 Polaris Sportsman 500. The theft occurred sometime between Oct. 30 and Wednesday, according to Trooper Jared S. Homan.
Anyone with information about the thefts may call state police at 570-726-6000.
$2,000 in items
stolen from home
BEECH CREEK - State police are investigating a burglary in which an estimated $2,000 worth of items were stolen from a Laurel Run Road home between Oct. 28 and 30, according to Trooper Martin of the state police station at Lamar. Paul Kellerman Jr. reported the crime to police. Anyone with information about the burglary may call state police at 570-726-6000.
LAMAR - State police are seeking information about a hit and run that occurred on Route 220 at Auction Road in Lamar Township about 9 p.m. Tuesday. The victim, Evan Martin, 19, of Mill Hall, told police that a Ford F250 or F350 truck hauling a grey horse trailer was traveling east when the trailer gate opened, striking the victim, according to Trooper Curtis Confer. Anyone with information regarding the incident may call state police at 570-726-6000.
Car hits utility pole
NOYES TOWNSHIP - A Potter County man escaped injury when his 2009-model Subaru left Route 120 in Noyes Township, just west of Gatzmere Avenue, and his a utility pole about 3 a.m. Friday. James W. Nichols, of Austin, was wearing a seatbelt when the accident occurred, but was cited for careless driving, according to Trooper Kenneth Riggle Jr.
Theft by deception
MILL HALL - State police are looking for a man and woman who tried to obtain Oxycodone at the Wal-Mart Pharmacy, 167 Hogan Blvd., Bald Eagle Township, using fake prescriptions. Police continue to investigate the attempted theft by deception reported at just before 4 p.m. Thursday.
LOCK HAVEN - A Lock Haven woman told state police someone entered her vehicle parked at 880 Herr St. in the city and stole assorted U.S. currency and fled the scene. DeeAnn Miller told police the theft occurred between the hours of 11:30 p.m. Wednesday and 6:15 p.m. Thursday.
BEECH CREEK - Christine Eisenhower of Masden Hollow Road in Beech Creek Township reported her unlocked car was entered between 6 p.m. Oct. 29 and 8 a.m. Oct. 31 and her purse containing money, credit cards and personal items was taken. The vehicle was parked on the 700 block of Masden Hollow Road at the time, police said.
MILL HALL - Jeanie Lindsay of Mill Hall told state police that mail was stolen from her mailbox along Lusk Run Road in Bald Eagle Township between Oct. 10 and 19. Anyone with information regarding the incident may call state police at 570-726-6000.