Bellefonte woman hurt
BELLEFONTE - A 55-year-old borough woman was hurt in a crash Friday at 5 p.m. on Interstate 80 in Boggs Township, Tpr. J.R. Pollick of the Pennsylvania State Police at Rockview said.
The woman, who was not identified, was driving east when she started weaving her 2003 Saturn L300 across lanes, police said. The auto clipped the back of a box truck, which did not stop, then left the road and crashed into a guide rail before crossing both lanes and traveling into the median, where the woman was ejected, police said.
The car then crossed into the westbound lanes before running into another guiderail, police said.
Police are asking anybody who might have witnessed the crash to call them at 1-814-355-7545.
LOGANTON - A barn was entered and tools valued at $1,426 were stolen late Friday or early Saturday at the residence of Levi Fisher, 27, of 1600 Bull Run Road, Tpr. Benjamin J. Campana of the Pennsylvania State Police at Lamar said.
The barn was unlocked at the time, police said/ Anybody with information about the missing tools is asked to call 726-6000.
MILL HALL - A fraudulent check was cashed on the account of a 76-year-old man residing at 80 Beagle Road, Mill Hall, Tpr. Christopher Wilson of the Pennsylvania State Police at Lamar said.
Police said it's not known how the individual obtained the victim's account number.
Car hits embankment
JERSEY SHORE - Jody Snook, 19, of Loganton, crashed her 1995 Subaru Impreza on the Rockey Road in Crawford Township Wednesday evening, Tpr. Christopher Wilson of the Pennsylvania State Police at Lamar said.
Snook was driving north when her auto left the road and crashed into an embankment before skidding sideways about 120 feet and rolling over, coming to rest on the right side of the road, police said.
Snook suffered moderate injuries in the crash and was transported by family members to Jersey Shore Hospital, police said.
Cash reported stolen
CASTANEA - Somebody broke into the home of a 75-year-old male, 20 W. Brown St., and stole approximately $1,000 in cash between Dec. 15 and April 3, Tpr. David A. Kirkendall of the Pennsylvania State Police at Lamar said.
The door to the basement was also broken into, but nothing was stolen from that location, police said.
WINGATE - Four teens were cited for consumption of alcoholic beverages Sunday morning at Bald Eagle Area High School, Boggs Township, Tpr. Buchheit of the state police in Rockview said.
The four, cited after a traffic stop, included Seth Wilson, 19, of Howard; Raychel DeArmitt, 18, of Pleasant Gap; Matthew Eger, 18, of Milesburg; and Tanner Hillard, 18, of Bellefonte, police said.
Drunk driving alleged
LOCK HAVEN - Wesley Cleon Snyder, 21, of 137 14th St., Renovo, was arrested for driving while intoxicated Jan. 25, city police said.
Snyder was found passed out behind the wheel of his vehicle on North Grove Street, police said.
LOCK HAVEN - Jenna Reitz, 23; Rachel Deggler, 22, and Karyn Rubright, 22, all of 77 N. Fairview St., will be cited for seven counts of furnishing alcohol to minors for a party that occurred March 31 at 11:07 p.m.
City police said they responded to a loud noise complaint and discovered a party.
Cited for underage drinking were Sheena Hanley, 19, of 125 S. Jones St.; Mitchell Bard, 18, of Quakertown; Matthew Rouse, 19, of Selinsgrove; Chelsea Bordner, 20, of Elizabethville; Abby Walters, 20, of Lock Haven; and Rachel Tholan, 19, of Boyertown.
LOCK HAVEN - Heath Himes, 22, of 212 North Hall, Lock Haven University, was arrested for driving while intoxicated March 28 at 11:14 p.m. on Susquehanna Ave., city police said.
LOCK HAVEN - Monica Hughes, 21, of Seabrook, Texas, was cited for public intoxication Sunday at 2:26 a.m., city police said.
Hughes was causing a disturbance by banging on the door of Hangar 9, 218 Bellefonte Ave, police said.
LOCK HAVEN - Tomas Meyers, 25, of 28 1/2 E. Main St., was cited for disorderly conduct Sunday at 2:57 a.m. for allowing loud music from his residence to disturb the neighborhood, city police said.
LOCK HAVEN - David Hibbler, 18, of 917 Bellefonte Ave., and Emily Warner, 18, of Mill Hall were cited for possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia Wednesday, city police said.
Police said both were in a parked car that was reported to be suspicious.
Vandalism at field
LAMAR - The concession stand at the Lamar ballfield , Washington Avenue and Route 64, was damaged by vandalism, Tpr. Michael Flook of the Pennsylvania State Police at Lamar said.
Somebody damaged the door at the rear of the stand, police said.
The investigation is continuing, police said.
ROTE - Brittany Styers, 23, of Jersey Shore, was cited for criminal mischief Thursday, Tpr. Shane Buffone of the Pennsylvania State Police at Lamar said.
Styers deliberately damaged the front door of a residence at 110 Bolopue Road in Lamar Township, police said.
Clinton County District Attorney's Crime Tip Hotline: (570) 893-4123