MILL HALL - A suspect was taken into custody and charged with simple assault for an incident that occurred Friday at 3:15 a.m. in the parking lot of the Sheetz convenience store in Bald Eagle Township, Trooper Kenneth Riggle of the Pennsylvania State Police at Lamar said. Police did not provide the name of the individual who troopers arrested, and did not indicate why that information was withheld. According to police, the two victims were Chelsie Marie Werts and Thomas Leroy Fryer II, who were outside Sheetz and in the parking lot when the suspect started arguing with Fryer and was walking toward Fryer. Werts pushed the suspect away from Fryer and the suspect pushed Werts to the pavement where she landed on her back, hit her head and injured her arm and wrist. The suspect then got into the driver's side of the car as Werts entered the passenger side of the car, and the suspect started the car, put it into drive and said he was going to hit Fryer with the car. As the suspect drove at Fryer, Werts grabbed the wheel and turned it away.
The suspect then drove Werts to his house.
CASTANEA - Sunnya Smith, 65, of Lock Haven was the victim of vandalism between June 15 and Friday, state police at Lamar said. Police said an antenna was cut off her car, her auto was scratched and a red substance was thrown onto the roof of the vehicle at 355 Grape St., Castanea.
LAMAR - Two individuals were cited for harassment and criminal mischief Thursday at Hospitality Lane in Porter Township, Tpr. Spencer Ickes of the Pennsylvania State Police said. Police said Antonio Park of Louisville, Ky. punched Charlie Walker, also of Louisville, in the face during an argument, and when Park tried to leave the scene, Walker picked up a two-by-four and threw it at Park's vehicle, causing $100 damage. Both men were issued citations.
LAMAR - A Wallet with personal items inside was stolen Thursday at Pilot Truck Stop in Porter Township, Tpr. Spencer Ickes of the Pennsylvania State Police at Lamar said. David Ewen of Austell, Ga. told police he dropped his wallet in the shower area and returned 45 minutes later to discover the wallet was gone.
Clinton County District Attorney's Crime Tip Hotline: (570) 893-4123