LOCK HAVEN-Someone stole four American flags, four feet by six feet, sometime over the last six days at Liberty Tax, 123 Bellefonte Ave, city police said.
An American flag and a Prisoner of War flag were also stolen from the flag pole outside the courthouse, sometime between Monday and Tuesday, police said.
LOCK HAVEN-A Huffy man's mountain bike was found at West Park Street on May 11, city police said. The owner can claim it at the Lock Haven Police Department.
A yellow boy's 20-inch Huffy bicycle was also found by Best Storage Buildings on South Washington Street Wednesday, valued at $100, police said. The owner may also claim it at LHPD.
LOCK HAVEN-Two cars collided Wednesday at 7:37 a.m. at the intersection of South Jones Street and East Park Street, city police said.
Matthew David Doverspike, of McElhattan, turned left onto East Park Street and didn't see the 1997 Saturn 4D Melissa Leigh Brown, of Lock Haven, was driving toward him due to the tall hedges blocking his view, he told police.
The 2002 Subaru 4D Doverspike was driving, owned by Dianna and Alissa Kline, of Avis, was then struck by Brown, who was traveling south on East Park Street. Both vehicles sustained moderate damage to the front ends, police said.
Police noted that South Jones Street and East Park Streets form a "V" intersection. It appeared Doverspike didn't make a wide enough turn to allow Brown enough room to also enter the intersection, police said.
Alissa Kline was Doverspike's passenger, and Gregory Davis Jr. was Brown's passenger, police said.
Road conditions were wet, police said.
LOCK HAVENTimothy Casey Kelligan, 40, of Port Allegany, was stopped for a traffic violation at the intersection of East Park and West Bald Eagle streets on Tuesday at 10:40 p.m. when Tpr. Buffone of the Pennsylvania State Police detected an odor of alcohol, police said.
Kelligan was taken into custody for the suspicion of DUI; charges will be filed pending final blood alcohol content results, police said.
GRUGAN TOWNSHIP-Two unknown white male actors stole a half-ton of gray stone slate and a black hitch behind Fibbers Bar from Linnie Watkins, of Grugan Township, and Tatia Blackwell, of Lock Haven, Tpr. Ickes of Pennsylvania State Police at Lamar said.
They loaded the stone into the bed of a gray Chevrolet Silverado on May 7 between 8 and 8:30 p.m., then traveled on State Route 120 westbound toward Renovo, police said.
The stone is valued at $500 and the hitch at $20, police said.
LAUREL RUN-Tina M. Hanley, 43, of Beech Creek, was negotiating a curve on Laurel Run Road in her 2004 Chevrolet Tahoe, when she struck a tree that had fallen across the roadway on Tuesday at 6:34 a.m., state police at Lamar said.
The car sustained damage to its front bumper, hood and windshield and was disabled from the crash, and was towed from the scene, police said.
Hanley was not injured and had used her seatbelt, police said.
LOGANTON-Chelsi R. Muller, 19, of Sparta, was traveling East on Interstate 80 in the left lane when she tried to change lanes and lost control on Tuesday at 5:08 p.m., state police at Lamar said.
When her 2002 Toyota RAV started to spin clockwise, she unsuccessfully attempted to correct the spin and traveled off the right side of the road and struck the guide rail, police said. The vehicle then crossed both lanes and came to rest on the left berm of the roadway, police said.
Muller was not injured and had used her seatbelt, police said. She was charged with driving on roadways laned for traffic, police said.