Accidental death of pipeline worker
LAIRDSVILLE - The death of a pipeline worker helping to install water lines at a gas well pad site on Beaver Run Road, Franklin Township, Lycoming County, has been ruled an accident by state police at Montoursville. The worker, Timothy J. Wehr, 26, of Cambridge, Ohio, was killed Saturday afternoon when a dump truck that was backing up ran over him, Tpr. James A. Wool said. Wehr died of injuries to the upper body from the crushing, Lycoming County Coroner Charles Kiessling said. He was employed by Integrity Pipeline Services. Jerold Ross, the county's chief deputy coroner, pronounced Wehr dead at the scene. The body was taken to the forensic center at the Williamsport Regional Medical Center. The dump truck operator was an unidentified 29-year-old male from Odessa, Mo., police said.
SPRING MILLS - One person suffered minor injuries after a two-car crash Sunday afternoon on Route 144 near Way Lane, Potter Township, Tpr. Mathias Schmotzer of state police at Rockview said. Tom D. Greenlee Jr., 35, of Cochranton, was turning his 2004 GMC Sierra left into a gravel parking lot around 3:30 p.m., when he turned into the path of a 2012 GMC Sierra driven by Jeremy D. Ross, 36, of Bellefonte, police said. A passenger in the Ross car, Jaime L. Ross, 34, of Bellefonte, was taken by ambulance to Mount Nittany Medical Center with minor injuries, police said. Both vehicles sustained major damages and had to be towed from the scene, police said.
Damage to cars continues
LOCK HAVEN-Three vehicles' side mirrors were broken over the weekend, and a motorcycle was pushed over, city police said.
Sometime between late Saturday night to early Sunday morning, someone broke the side mirrors off a 1994 Chevrolet Cavalier parked at 511 E. Church St., police said. At 10:06 a.m. Sunday, the side mirrors were broken off of a vehicle parked in the alley behind the residence at 654 E. Main St., damage totaling $150, police said. At about 4 p.m. Sunday, someone allegedly pushed over a 2003 Yamaha motorcycle at 710 E. Main St., hitting another vehicle; damage comes to $500, police said. Monday at 8:01 a.m., the side mirrors of a vehicle parked at the rear of 206 E. Main St. were broken, police said.
LOCK HAVEN-Tyrisha Alysse Allen, 22, of 640 E. Bald Eagle St., Apt. 23, was arrested after allegedly kicking a door, which caused damage to the door and frame at 200 W. Church St. June 21, city police said.
Theft from Family Dollar
LOCK HAVEN-Tonya Renee Krape, 30, of 615 E. Bald Eagle St., Apt. 25, was arrested for retail theft after a clerk at Family Dollar allegedly caught her shoving two pairs of shorts in her purse and tried to leave without paying Friday, city police said. The shorts totalled $16, police said.
Burning ordnance violated
LOCK HAVEN-Galon Richard Glossner, 32, of 226 Green St., was cited for an open burning violation of Lock Haven City Ordnance for allegedly setting fire to a shed for demolition without obtaining proper permits at the above residence Saturday, city police said.
Disorderly conduct, public drunkenness citation
LOCK HAVEN-Owen Paul Wilkinson, 23, of 205 Linden St., was cited for disorderly conduct and public drunkenness at 95 Second Ave. Sunday after allegedly engaging in a fight at that location, city police said.
LOCK HAVEN-Frederick Lyle Packard, 50, of 510 Derr Hill Road, was cited for harassment on the 10 block of North Jones Street for allegedly continually contacting a person with whom he was asked to cease contact on July 10, city police said.
Parking lot accident
BLANCHARD-After Tiffany L. Spotts, 24, of Beech Creek, allegedly backed her 1997 Ford Bronco into the 2013 Kia Sorrento of Colleen A. Steining, 42, of Blanchard, in a parking lot off Willow Lane Monday, Spotts first apologized, but then allegedly fled the scene, state police at Rockview said. Steining allegedly drove after her and obtained Spotts' registration, police said. Spotts was cited for careless driving and failure to provide information and/or render aid, police said.
License plate stolen
LOCK HAVEN-Someone removed the license plate from a black Kia at 129 Woodward Ave., Lot 12, between July 12 and 15, Woodward Township Police said. Anyone with information, please contact Woodward Township Police at (570) 858-5676.