Scrap iron stolen
RENOVO - A chain securing the gate leading to the Halls Run Reservoir was damaged by vandalism early this month in Noyes Township, Tpr. William Ritrosky of the Pennsylvania State Police at Lamar said. Police said the aluminum vent and door hinge were damaged, and scrap iron owned by the Noyes Township Water Authority was stolen.
RENOVO - Andrew Harriman of Cladwell, Ohio was arrested on suspicion of driving while intoxicated Saturday at 2:16 a.m. on Route 120 and Third Street in the borough, Tpr. Confer of the Pennsylvania State Police at Lamar said. Police said a trooper spotted an equipment violation while on patrol and determined the man was under the influence of alcohol.
Crash, underage drinking
BEECH CREEK - A boy, 17, of Howard and a girl, 16, of Bellefonte were cited for underage drinking Thursday at 2:33 a.m. on the Eagletown Road at the Beech Creek Mountain Road in Beech Creek Township, Tpr. Kunes of the Pennsylvania State Police at Lamar said.
The teens were passengers in a pickup truck involved in a motor vehicle accident, police said. Police said the driver, a 17-year-old boy from Bellefonte, was charged with driving while intoxicated. According to troopers, the teen was driving west on the Eagleton Road when his 2001 Dodge Ram 1500 drifted off the shoulder, skidded sideways and rolled onto its roof. The driver and a passenger were taken to Lock Haven Hospital for treatment.
Vandalism of cars
MILL HALL - Two high-end vehicles were vandalized recently at Miller Brother Auto Sales, 1 S. Water St., Mill Hall, Tpr. Curtis Confer of the Pennsylvania State Police at Lamar said. Police said a 2004 Chevrolet Corvette and 2008 Pontiac Solstice were both damaged when somebody bounced a bowling ball off the vehicles, damaging a window, roof and side mirror. The bowling ball was red with the name "PAT" engraved on the ball. The dealership has offered a reward for information leading to an arrest. Anybody with information about the incident can call state police at 726-6000.
Burglary at camp
FARRANDSVILLE - A camp along Chickadee Lane in Gallagher Township was broken into between May 28 and Wednesday, Tpr. Timothy T. Eiler of the Pennsylvania State Police at Lamar said. Police said numerous items were removed from Palmyra resident and owner Fred Gesford's shed.
BEECH CREEK - Galon R. Glossner, 32, of Mill Hall was taken into custody and transported to the Clinton County Correctional Facility on charges of burglary and simple assault for an incident that occurred Wednesday at a home at 1290 Fairview St. in the borough, Tpr. Michael J. Flook of the Pennsylvania State Police at Lamar said. Police said Glossner entered the home of Terry A. Confer, 55, of Beech Creek without permission and when Confer confronted the man, Glossner instigated a fight. Police said Glossner punched Confer in the face and head several times with his closed fist, and kicked the victim in the head. Confer was taken to Lock Haven Hospital for treatment for moderate facial injuries, police said.
Deer causes crash
RENOVO - A deer running across the road contributed to an accident Wednesday at 1:29 p.m. on Route 120 in Noyes Township, Tpr. Darryl A. Martin of the Pennsylvania State Police at Lamar said. Police said William H. Hopkins, 45, of Renovo was driving west when the deer crossed into the road and crashed into the front quarter panel of the 1999 Ford Ranger. Hopkins was treated for injuries at Renovo Medical Center. The deer died on impact.
BEECH CREEK - Somebody broke into a camp and shed owned by Ronald Kinley of Milesburg, stole a generator from the shed and damaged the door to the camp, which is located about a quarter mile east of Beech Creek Mountain Road along the Eagleton Road in Beech Creek Township, Tpr. Timothy T. Eiler of the Pennsylvania State Police at Lamar said. The break-in and vandalism occurred between May 27 and Friday, police said.
MACKEYVILLE - David C. Stevenson Jr., 24, of Lamar crashed his 1998 Jeep Cherokee on the Fishing Creek Road in Lamar Township, Wednesday at 11:35 p.m., Tpr. Brian E. Kunes of the Pennsylvania State Police at Lamar said. Police said Stevenson was driving east when he swerved to miss a deer and lost control of his Jeep, which traveled off the south shoulder and down an embankment before rolling onto its roof. Stevenson and his passenger, Dennis Stevenson, 22, of Lamar, were treated for injuries at Lock Haven Hospital.
PLEASANT GAP - Charles J. Rallis, 55, Pleasant Gap crashed his 2009 Honda ST 13000 motorcycle on the Hubler Ridge Road in Marion Township on Friday, Tpr. Michael D. Brown of the Pennsylvania State Police at Rockview said. Police said Rallis was trying to jump-start the bike and was successful, but the motorcycle had been left in high gear, resulting in a wheelie that crashed the bike and caused minor injury to its operator.
DUNNSTOWN - A 15-year-old boy was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia after Woodward Township police were called to a residence by Clinton County Children and Youth caseworkers. Police said the caseworkers were at the home for an inspection May 12 and discovered several items used by the juvenile to smoke marijuana.