Hit and run
BLANCHARD- A hit-and-run crash occurred Monday at 152 Primrose Lane, Ridge Crest Trailer Park, Liberty Township, Tpr. John Foley of the Pennsylvania State Police at Rockview said. Police said somebody struck the carport at that address and failed to provide any information to the property owner.
LOCK HAVEN - A 50-inch flat-screen television valued at $1,500 was stolen Tuesday in a burglary at 211 W. Church St., city police said.
Police said somebody entered through an unlocked window and stole the Panasonic model. Anybody with information about the theft is asked to call the Clinton County District Attorney's Hotline, 893-4123. Callers will remain anonymous.
Confinement of dogs
JERSEY SHORE-Glenn Jackson, 50, of South Lincoln Avenue, was cited for allowing his dogs to run loose in the neighborhood, Tiadaghton Valley Regional Police said.
Cursing hospital staff
JERSEY SHORE-Glenn Stiver, 73, of Woodward Meadows, was cited for causing a disturbance in Jersey Shore Hospital on May 20 at 7:47 p.m., Tiadaghton Valley Regional Police said. Stiver cursed and made obscene gestures at the hospital staff; he has been warned in the past at the hospital by police about his behavior, police said.
JERSEY SHORE-Jordan Williams, 19, of Texas, was charged with underage drinking after a patrolman had contact with him in the 100 block of Bridge Street on May 20 at 3:55 a.m., and was found to had been drinking, Tiadaghton Valley Regional Police said.
JERSEY SHORE-Ashley Rugglers, 25, of Kennedy Avenue, Mill Hall, was charged with disorderly conduct after screaming obscene language on 135 S. Broad St. on May 14 at 8:30 p.m., Tiadaghton Valley Regional Police said.
ANTES FORT-A 13-year-old Antes Fort boy was charged with disorderly conduct for two separate incidents, Tiadaghton Valley Regional Police said. On March 3, police were called to the park on Thompson Street for a trash can fire, and on April 24, the boy was yelling in school and cursing at a teacher, police said.
JERSEY SHORE-Paul Poepperling, 24, and girlfriend Adriane Johnson, 22, were charged with harassment after a domestic disturbance at his apartment on South Main Street on May 14, Tiadaghton Valley Regional Police said. Johnson told police that Poepperling had shoved her, and Poepperling told police that Johnson struck him in the back, police said.
JERSEY SHORE-Blake Dunbar, 18, of Fairview Street, Lock Haven, was charged with assaulting Corey Pelton on Railroad Street on May 10 at 5:10 p.m., Tiadaghton Valley Regional Police said.
Fight at JS High School
JERSEY SHORE-Two male high school students were charged with disorderly conduct after they got into a fight while at school, Tiadaghton Valley Regional Police said. One was a 17-year-old boy from Jersey Shore and the other was 18-year-old Eric Chrisenberry of McKeag Lane, Jersey Shore, police said.
Car hits three vehicles, one hits house
SWISSDALE-When Earl Zuspanin III, of Lock Haven, lost control of his 2003 Chevrolet Trailblazer at 1663 Coudersport Pike on Tuesday afternoon, he collided with three vehicles owned by Michael and Pamela Glantz and Misty Glantz, Woodward Township Police said. This caused one vehicle to go over the embankment and strike the house, police said. One vehicle was moderately damaged and the other three severely damaged, police said. The roadway was closed for about an hour and a half, police said. No one was injured, police said.
HOWARD-Eric Rhoads, 34, of Howard, was arrested on May 6 for driving under the influence of alcohol and numerous traffic violations during a traffic stop, state police at Rockview said. Rhoads was stopped for failing to drive within a single lane on Route 150, police said.
Bottles broken, pool unopen
MILLHEIM-Unknown actors broke beer bottles and left empty beer cans at the Soldiers and Sailors' Memorial Park Pool over the weekend, causing the pool to remain unopen on Memorial Day, state police at Rockview said. The pool will remain closed until all debris is cleaned from the pool and deck, police said. Anyone with information is asked to call the Pennsylvania State Police at (814) 355-7545.