SALLADASBURG -Denver Lee Miller of Salladasburg, was cited for criminal trespass Tuesday evening, Tpr. Eric J. Barlett of the Pennsylvania State Police at Montoursville. Police said the victim, a 45-year-old female, was in the shower when she heard her basement door shutting. She came out of the shower, saw a flash of clothing and dialed 911, police said. While searching the house for intruders, police said, the woman found Miller hiding in a closet on the second floor of the home. Miller was unable to post $75,000 bail and was remanded to the Lycoming County Prison pending further legal action.
DUNNSTOWN - Two battery powered screwdrivers were stolen between May 15 and 17 at 129 Woodward Ave., Woodward Township police said. Police said the two drivers and a charger, all valued at $580, were stolen from a front porch.
Theft from auto
DUNNSTOWN - Approximately $5.50 in change was stolen from a parked vehicle late Tuesday or early Wednesday along Park Drive in Woodward Township, township police said.
RENOVO-Bobby Joe Winkelman, 30, of South Renovo, allegedly grabbed a 22-year-old female from behind and then threw her to the ground after a verbal disagreement on May 29 at 145 Fourth St., state police at Lamar said. Charges for harassment against Winkelman will be filed, police said.
SALONA-Martha E. Lansberry, 74, of Lamar, loaned cash to someone who reimbursed her with several bad checks, totaling $2,675, state police at Lamar said.
DUI, underage drinking
LOCK HAVEN-When city police stopped Macy Taylor Yochum, 19, of Montoursville, for a traffic violation on Bellefonte Avenue on May 16, they found her to be intoxicated, and was arrested for DUI, police said. Her passenger, Gage Francis Shumbat, 19, of Williamsport, was also found to be intoxicated and was arrested for minor drinking, police said. Both were taken into custody, police said.
LOGANTON-Two males, ages 19 and 57, of Loganton and Lock Haven, scratched and slapped two males, same ages, also of Loganton and Lock Haven, after a verbal disagreement at 171 W. Main St., on May 29, state police at Lamar said. Neither victim pursued prosecution, police said.
LOCK HAVEN-Someone cut the sidewall of a 21-year-old woman's front tire at 208 Bellefonte Avenue sometime between May 29 and 30, city police said, damage totaling $105.
CASTANEA-A man entered the Fuel On Convenient Store on May 21 and handed the cashier a rolled-up piece of paper with a burnt marijuana cigarette; he drove away in a dark SUV, state police at Lamar said. Anyone with information about this incident should contact PSP Lamar at (570) 726-6000.
LAMAR-Dale A. Fewlass, 35, of Coral, Mich., was driving on Interstate 80 going 65 MPH when he didn't see Donald W. Riordan, 45, of Delphos, Ohio, who was going 45 MPH in the same lane, in time to adjust his speed on May 29, state police at Lamar said.
Both were driving freightliners, police said. Fewlass tried to steer into the left lane, but struck Riordan's rear driver's side with his front passenger's side, police said. After impact, Fewlass' passenger side fuel tank ruptured and caught fire; Fewlass was not able to free himself from the cab to avoid being burnt, police said. Fewlass' tractor was completely destroyed by the fire; Riordan's trailer had minor damage, police said. Fewlass had moderate injuries and Riordan was not injured; both wore their seatbelts, police said.
Fewlass was charged with careless driving, police said. Sugar Valley Fire Co., Lamar Township Fire Co., Nittany Valley Fire Co., Mill Hall Fire Co., Flemington Goodwill Hose Ambulance, Clinton County Haz-Mat, Northridge Group Inc., Environmental Response and PennDot assisted at the scene, police said.
Hit and run
RENOVO-Joe H. Shirk, 48, of Cross Fork, was driving on Route 144 when someone crossed over the center line on a left-hand curve, whose side mirror struck the Shirk's driver's side mirror on May 25, state police at Lamar said. The driver did not stop, police said.
Crash into Fishing Creek
MILL HALL-Brooke Moore, 19, of Mill Hall, was driving toward Lamar on Mackeyville Road when she failed to negotiate a right hand turn and traveled off the left side of the road into Fishing Creek on May 28, state police at Lamar said. Her 1995 Buick Reagle came stopped in the creek, but Moore was unconscious behind the wheel when police arrived, police said. She was extracted through the back window of her car, assisted by police, Goodwill EMS and Lamar Township Hose Co., police said. She had moderate injuries and was transported via EMS to Geisinger Medical Center; she had worn her seatbelt, police said. She was charged, police said.