Resisting arrest, assault
LAMAR-Michael Leroy Lebert, 26, resisted arrest on May 20 when he was being taken into custody for a PFA violation by troopers Sheridan and Campana, state police at Lamar said.
Lebert was arrested and taken to the Clinton County prison, police said.
BEECH CREEK-Rickie J. Lesser, 54, of Beech Creek, was arrested for simple assault and harassment after a physical altercation on May 21 with a 54-year-old female at Fairview Street, state police at Lamar said.
Hit and run
LOGANTON-When Kevin J. Saa, 18, of Secaucus, N.J., was driving on Interstate 80 on May 23, someone crossed over the center line and struck his 2012 Ford Fusion, state police at Lamar said.
After impact, Saa's vehicle struck an embankment, coming to rest on the north side of the roadway, police said.
The person who struck his vehicle kept driving east, police said.
Saa's vehicle suffered disabling damage and was towed from the scene, though Saa was not injured in the crash and wore his seatbelt, police said.
LAMAR-Heather L. Labor, 21, of Lock Haven, rear-ended Kristi E. Strope, 45, of Lock Haven, on State Route 64 on May 24, state police at Lamar said.
Strope had stopped since a vehicle was turning left, and Labor was following too closely and did not stop in time, striking her rear bumper with the front bumper, police said.
Labor's vehicle sustained damage to the front bumper, hood and windshield and had to be towed from the scene; Strope's vehicle sustained minor damage to the rear bumper, police said.
RENOVO-Kristopher L. Meeks, 21, of North Bend, was driving south on SR144 North on May 23 and went off the roadway when negotiating a curve, state police at Lamar said.
He struck an embankment and rolled over three times, coming to rest on the roadway on its roof, police said.
His 2000 Ford Ranger sustained damage to the front bumper, roof, and windshield, disabling the unit; it was towed from the scene, police said.
He used his seatbelt and was not injured, though he was charged, police said.
FLEMINGTON-Bonnie Young of Lock Haven and Margret Young of Mill Hall were in a verbal argument over an ex-husband on May 23, which turned physical when they started to strike each other, resulting in bruises on both people, state police at Lamar said.
They were cited for harassment, police said.
Dirt bike stolen
MILL HALL-Someone entered the garage of Tom Miller, of Elry Alley, Mill Hall, between May 22 and 23 via an unlocked garage door, state police at Lamar said.
The actor(s) removed a dirt bike from the garage and fled the scene, police said. The total amount stolen is $200, police said. The dirt bike is a black and red 1972 Honda Mini trail with chrome fenders and a 50 CC engine, police said.
Car hits bike
MILL HALL-Jared Iwanski, 56, of Pittsburgh, was driving east in the area of 42 Fishing Creek Road on May 24 when he came around a curve and struck a 10-year-old boy on a BMX bicycle that was traveling westbound in the eastbound lane, state police at Lamar said.
The boy was knocked off the bike and landed on the roadway, police said. He was taken by private vehicle to Lock Haven Hospital and treated for his injuries; he was later released, police said.
The 10-year-old boy was cited for not wearing a helmet, police said.
Iwanski's 2005 VW Jetta sustained minor damage; the bike sustained moderate damage; Iwanski was not injured, police said.
BEECH CREEK-Ricky Nyman, 50, of Beech Creek, was observed committing a traffic violation, at SR 150 at Vesper Street, and further investigation revealed he may have operated the vehicle while under the influence of alcohol on May 25, state police at Lamar said.
Charges will be filed pending blood alcohol content results, police said.
JERSEY SHORE-The 2008 Ford F150 of Rick Allan Laubach, of 65 Long Road, Jersey Shore, was damaged by an unknown actor kicking the vehicle on May 24, state police at Lamar said.
Anyone with information is urged to contact the state police.
LOGANTON-Richard Confer Jr., 37, of Loganton, pushed a 40-year-old Mill Hall woman off his porch via his foot on her stomach on Saturday at his residence on Pine Loganton Road, state police at Lamar said.
Confer then removed the victim's eyeglasses from her face and threw them on the ground, police said. As the victim was leaving Confer's property, he threw rocks at the victim's vehicle, causing damage to it, police said.
Seed corn stolen
MILL HALL-Someone stole a bag of T.A. seed corn off of 61-year-old's Thomas Bossert's farm property near the intersection of Maple Avenue and State Route 150, sometime between May 18 and May 22, state police at Lamar said.
Anyone with information about the incident is encouraged to call Pennsylvania State Police in Lamar at (570) 726-6000.
LOGANTON-James P. Richards, 33, of Kent, Ohio, and Jason C. Chapel, 36, of Tioga, collided on North Mill Street on Saturday, state police at Lamar said.
Chapel had moderate injuries, police said.
MONTOURSVILLE-Edward Allen Tompkins, 43, of Jersey Shore, was charged with public drunkenness and disorderly conduct on May 16 when he was walking along State Route 42 while highly intoxicated, state police at Montoursville said.
He contacted police to obtain a ride to Williamsport, police said.
LOGANTON - Richard Allen Confer Jr., 37, of 1232 Pine Loganton Road, reportedly threw a cinder block at a truck belonging to Brian Wagner, 34, of Loganton, breaking the windshield, state police at Lamar report.
The incident occurred at 4:25 p.m. Saturday at 1232 Pine Loganton Road, Crawford Township, police said.
MILL HALL-Someone stole $700 in U.S. coins from Original Italian Pizza, 150 Hogan Blvd. between Friday and Saturday, state police at Lamar said.
The thief or thieves entered the restaurant by removing a screen from an open window, and then damaged a safe from which they stole the coins, police said.
Anyone with information is urged to contact state police at Lamar at (570) 726-6000.