LH woman allegedly gave teen booze
JERSEY SHORE - A Lock Haven woman has been charged with furnishing alcohol to a minor at a home on Railroad Street on New Year's Day, according to the Tiadaghton Valley Regional Police. Erin A. Frye, 36, furnished a 16-year-old girl with four cans of an energy drink that had alcohol in it at 210 Railroad St, said police who responded to the home, along with paramedics, after the girl became unresponsive. The teen, whose blood-alcohol content level of .19, was treated the Jersey Shore Hospital. Frye has been sent a summons to appear before District Judge Jerry C. Lepley.
Vehicle hits pole near Renovo
FARWELL - Roy T. Penn, 50, of Coudersport was taken to Bucktail Medical Center with a minor injury after his 1997 GMC Jimmy hit a utility pole at 1:08 a.m. Saturday, Tpr. Brian E. Kunes of the state police barracks at Lamar reported. Penn was driving west on Route 120, Renovo Road, when he lost control of the vehicle on the snow-covered highway near Elizabeth Street, police said, and it hit the pole. He was wearing safety belts, police said. Bucktail EMS transported him to the medical center in South Renovo, according to the report.
Man jailed on DUI, other charges
LOCK HAVEN - Gary Lee Rose, 55, of Lot 3, Crist Street, Avis, is in jail, city police said, charged with DUI, driving with a suspended license and giving false identification to police. He was stopped for a traffic violation Saturday at 12:17 a.m. on Second Avenue, police reported. He was found to be driving under the influence and with a suspended license, and he gave a false name and date of birth, police said. At 2:06 a.m, he was found to be driving again and was taken to the Clinton County Correctional Facility, police said.
Theft of iPhone
LOCK HAVEN - An unnamed victim reported her iPhone4 stolen at 10:12 p.m. Sunday from 320 W. Clinton St., city police said. The phone, worth $700, as reportedly stolen while the owner was at work.
LOCK HAVEN - An unnamed woman told city police at 7:50 a.m. Sunday that her home at 124 Prospect St. was burglarized. Someone kicked in her front door and rummaged through her kitchen, she told police. Anyone with any information is asked to contact the City Police Department.
Crash on I-80
LOGANTON - The driver and one of her two passengers were taken to Lock Haven Hospital with minor injuries following a one-car crash on I-80 at 7:17 p.m. Sunday, reported Tpr. Comfrey S. Ickes of the state police barracks at Lamar. Asha R. Marchaman, 21, of Philadelphia was driving a Mitsubishi Galant west at mile marker 190, police said, when she lost control of the car while trying to change lanes. The car slid sideways across both lanes and hit a rock embankment in the median, police reported. She and Boyd Rakeem of Lock Haven were taken to the hospital by Goodwill Ambulance, according to police, while her other passenger, Brittany Howard-Thomas, also of Lock Haven, was not injured. All three were using safety belts, police said.
DUI, other charges
MILL HALL - Maxine McDonald, 38, of Mill Hall, was arrested for DUI and related traffic offenses at 1:35 a.m. Friday, Tpr. Curtis A. Confer of the state police barracks at Lamar reported. She was driving a 1999 Toyota 4-runner, police said, and was stopped at Beech Creek Avenue and Route 150. Charges are pending, according to the report.
Signs, fence run over
LAMAR - An unknown person intentionally drove over several traffic signs and a two-piece, split-rail fence along Cherry Run and Furnace roads, at 3:15 a.m. Saturday, Tpr. Timothy Wright of state police at Lamar said. Victims are listed as Tracie Lee Dixon, 46, of Howard; PennDOT and Porter Township.
Theft from Competition Audio
DUNNSTOWN - David Charles Frantz, 34, of 501 Crist St., Lot 9, Jersey Shore, allegedly stole $50 worth of cash from a cash bag from Competition Audio, 70 Woodward Ave., Thursday at 3:51 p.m., Woodward Township police said. Surveillance allegedly shows Frantz reaching into the cash bag and taking money, then placing the money into his pocket, police said.
Pennies totaling $70 taken
LAMAR - Allen Andrews, 64, reported to police someone gained entry through an unlocked door at 6258 Nittany Valley Drive, Porter Township, sometime between Jan. 11 and 18, and removed a large Coca-Cola jar containing approximately $70 worth of pennies, Tpr. Curtis A. Confer of state police at Lamar said. Anyone with information is asked to call police at 726-6000.
BEECH CREEK - A truck had to be towed after a one-vehicle crash on Route 150, just south of Telephone Lane, Beech Creek Township, Thursday at 6:23 p.m., Tpr. Kline of state police at Lamar said. Daniel Mallory, 52, of Mill Hall, lost control of his 1995 Dodge Dakota on the slippery roadway, which resulted in the truck traveling off the eastern side of the road, police said. Prior to re-entering the roadway, the truck hit a utility pole and sustained disabling damage, police said.
LOGANTON - An Amarillo, Texas, man was not injured after a tractor-trailer crash Thursday night, Tpr. Joseph M. Cavanaugh of state police at Lamar said. Abdirahman Irobe, 32, was westbound on Interstate 80 in Greene Township at 7:40 p.m., when he lost control of the truck in the passing lane, police said. It then left the road and hit an embankment. The truck then jack-knifed before coming to rest in the median, police said.
LOGANTON - Slippery conditions apparently caused a tractor-trailer crash Thursday evening on Interstate 80 in Greene Township, Tpr. Michael J. Flook of state police at Lamar said. Edison Solorzano, 35, of Manalapan, N.J., was driving his 2001 Freightliner east on I-80, when he suddenly slid, police said. The Freightliner then jack-knifed and traveled off the south side of the road, police said. No injuries were reported. The tractor-trailer had to be towed from the scene, police said.
MACKEYVILLE - Rebecca L. Clark, 18, of Nescopeck, suffered an injury to her eye after a one-car crash Friday evening on Interstate 80, Lamar Township, Tpr. Comfrey S. Ickes said. Clark lost control of her 1994 Ford Escort at around 5:48 p.m. and slid off the road and hit the guiderail on the right side of the interstate, police said. Police were assisted at the scene by Goodwill Ambulance, the Lamar Township Volunteer Fire Co. and PennDOT.
Snow causes crash
DUNNSTOWN - A unnamed person traveling north on Woodland Drive lost control of the vehicle Thursday at 8 p.m. and slid into a parked truck sitting at the side of the road, Woodward Township police said. The accident was due to the slippery conditions, with minor damage to both vehicles, police said. No injuries were reported.
BELLEFONTE - No injuries are reported after a five-car crash Saturday at 6:23 a.m. at the intersection of Route 150 and Blanchard Street, Tpr. John J. Foley of state police at Rockview said. Daniel R. Shook, 51, of Spring Mills, was driving his 2003 Ford F350 west on Blanchard Street, approaching the intersection with East Bishop Street, police said. He was braking, but his truck slid down the hill and through the stop sign. It then hit a 1998 Chevrolet driven by Charles D. Cunningham, 53, of Bellefonte. Those two vehicles then caused three parked vehicles to be struck, police said. The southbound lane of Route 550 was partially blocked for about an hour until a parked 203 Honda Accord was towed from the scene, police said.
JERSEY SHORE - Penny Shultz, 47, of Allegheny Street, Jersey Shore, has been charged with trespassing at 209 Marion St., Tiadaghton Valley Regional Police said. Shultz allegedly went to that location at around 9 p.m. on Jan. 9, looking for a person she was accusing of stealing from her, after being warned the day before that she was not permitted on the property, police said.
JERSEY SHORE - Jeffrey Koch, 59, 439 S. Main St., is charged with open burning after police found Koch had a large fire at the rear of his apartment building, Tiadaghton Valley Regional Police said. The fire company had to be called to put out the fire, police said.