BEECH CREEK-Steven Moore of Beech Creek awoke Monday at 1:40 p.m. to an alleged burglar opening his bedroom door, state police at Lamar said. The alleged burglar stole an iPod Touch, and fled the scene of 1420 Little Sugar Run Road in a dark-colored, small vehicle, Moore told police. Anyone with information, please contact PSP Lamar at (570) 726-6000.
Cash allegedly stolen
MILL HALL-A 15-year-old male of Loganton allegedly stole $40 from the kitchen counter Monday at the residence of Judith L. Beach, 66, of 24 Dinadan Drive, state police at Lamar said. The accused was a guest in Beach's residence, police said. Charges will be filed through Clinton County Juvenile Court.
Theft alleged from Hampton Inn
MILL HALL-An unknown actor allegedly stole $280 from the cash register of the Hampton Inn Monday at 5:05 a.m., state police at Lamar said. The investigation is ongoing.
FLEMINGTON-A Flemington Borough employee found a purse in the Flemington Park parking lot Monday morning, state police at Lamar said. Anyone with information, please contact Tpr. Flook at PSP Lamar, (570) 726-6000.
MILL HALL-Someone scratched the passenger side doors of the vehicle of Robert Allen Johnson, 37, of McElhattan, July 21, at Wal-Mart and fled the scene with damage totaling $500, state police at Lamar said.
LAMAR-Robert Aman, 52, of Canton, Ohio, is suspected of operating a vehicle under the influence of alcohol Sunday at Route 64 and Route 477, state police at Lamar said. Aman was initially stopped by police for an equipment violation, police said.
Kawasaki Mule allegedly stolen
LOGANTON-While inside a pole barn at 17 Maple Lane, Hunter Hall, 22, of Loganton, and a 16-year-old minor, allegedly stole a green Kawasaki Mule owned by Albert Kirk McKeague, 59, of Loganton, between July 17 and 18, then fled the scene, state police at Lamar said.
LINDEN - Case L. Shea, 22, of Jersey Shore, was cited for disorderly conduct Friday afternoon in the area of Route 220 near the on-ramp in Woodward Township, Pennsylvania State Police at Montoursville said. Police said Shea ran across several lanes of traffic at that location and caused numerous motorists to take evasive action.
Cell phone stolen
LAMAR - Montez T. Miles, 43, of Bellefonte, was involved in theft and criminal mischief Sunday at 9:35 a.m., Tpr. Michael J. Flook of the Pennsylvania State Police at Lamar said. Police said Miles was at the home of Jamie D. Hanley, 28, of Lamar, when he stole her cell phone and broke a glass flower vase.
MACKEYVILLE - A two-vehicle crash occurred at Long Run Road and Auction Road in Lamar Township Sunday at 2:02 p.m., Tpr. Benjamin J. Campana of the Pennsylvania State Police at Lamar said. Police said Patricia Kulp, 70, of Loganton, pulled her Ford Escape out from a stop sign on the Auction Road and cut into the path of a 2000 GSX 1300 motorcycle driven by Randall Clemens, 53, of New Columbia. Clemens was taken to Williamsport Hospital following the accident, police said.
Wallet, purse stolen
MILL HALL - A Vera Bradley purse and wallet were stolen from a parked vehicle July 18 at the parking lot of Wal-Mart Super Center in Bald Eagle Township, Tpr. A.M. Sheridan of the Pennsylvania State Police at Lamar said. The victim was Megan Liegey, 2136 Long Run Road, Mill Hall.
MILL HALL - A fraudulent Internet company scammed a Mill Hall resident out of approximately $1,100 in mid-July, Tpr. A.M. Sheridan of the Pennsylvania State police at Lamar said. The trooper didn't say how the scam operated or how the supposed Internet company represented itself.
Car, property stolen
LAMAR - A 1995 Mercury Villager, $900 in cash and a cell phone were stolen July 15 at 4958 Nittany Valley Drive, Porter Township, Tpr. A.M. Sheridan of the Pennsylvania State Police at Lamar said. Police said a suspect has been identified and anybody with information about the theft of the maroon vehicle with Pennsylvania registration HJX 3085, owned by Debra Donahay, is asked to contact troopers at 726-6000.
FLEMINGTON - Clinton County, Flemington and Smith's Car Wash were victimized by a spray-paint vandal late Saturday or early Sunday, state police at Lamar said. Police said somebody used red and black paint to damage the property. At the park, the inside and outside of both bathrooms were painted; at the school and at the school and car wash the east walls were painted. Anybody with information about the vandalism is asked to call state police at 726-6000.
MACKEYVILLE - Gowri Joshi of Weymouth, Maine, crashed her 2007 Toyota Camry on Interstate 80 in Lamar Township Friday at 11:26 a.m., Tpr. Christopher Wilson of the Pennsylvania State Police at Lamar said. Police said Joshi was driving east when she lost control of her auto, which left the road, crashed into a guide rail, continued on 300 feet to crash into an embankment and rolled onto its roof. Joshi, who was wearing her seat belt, suffered minor injuries in the crash, police said.
LAMAR - A two-vehicle crash occurred Friday at 1:08 p.m. on Interstate 80 in Porter Township, Tpr. Michael Flook of the Pennsylvania State Police at Lamar said. Police said Nicholas Yeoman, 18, of Westlake, Ohio, was driving his 2004 Buick Regal in the left lane on Interstate 80 behind a 2010 Chevrolet Traverse driven by Jennifer L. Chamberlain, 50, of Fort Wayne, Ind., and when Chamberlain slowed for traffic, Yoeman's Regal crashed into the rear of the Traverse. Only minor injuries occurred in the crash, police said.
MILL HALL - Aaron Blazina, 30, of Lock Haven, was arrested for possesion of Suboxone without a prescription July 8 at the Sheetz Store in Bald Eagle Township, Tpr. Christopher D. Wilson of the Pennsylvania State Police at Lamar said.
CASTANEA - Two individuals smashed the windshields of each other's vehicles during a dispute July 17 along Fleming Avenue in Castanea Township, Tpr. William Ritrosky of the Pennsylvania State Police at Lamar said. Police said a 24-year-old Lock Haven male and 21-year-old Lock Haven female were arguing at that location when the 2004 Isuzu Axiom and 2005 Hyundai Tiburon were damaged. The investigation is continuing.
Retail theft alleged
MILL HALL - Kyle Mason James Butler, 22, of Beech Creek, was cited for retail theft Thursday at the Kmart Department Store in Bald Eagle Township, Tpr. Timothy T. Wright of the Pennsylvania State Police at Lamar said. Police said Butler removed several items and tried to leave the store without paying for them.
Theft from vehicle
MILL HALL - Gertrude Rose Miller,70, of Mill Hall, told state police $1 in change was stolen from her 1997 Chevrolet Cavalier Wednesday.
LOGANTON - A 2012 Ford E250 and 2011 Freightliner Cascadia collided on Interstate 80 in Greene Township Wednesday, Tpr. William Ritrosky of the Pennsylvania State Police at Lamar said. Police said Brian Thorek Jr., 32, of Pittston, was driving the Ford on the interstate and following the Freightliner, and when Cedric Layrock Jr., 24, of Olive Branch, Mass., slowed his rig for traffic, Thorek's vehicle crashed into the rear of the Cascadia.
Employee theft alleged
MILL HALL - Maria Solt, 18, of Lock Haven, was charged with theft recently for incidents that occurred July 1 to 15 at Wal-Mart Super Center in Bald Eagle Township, Tpr. Christopher D. Wilson of the Pennsylvania State Police at Lamar said. Police said Solt was charging money into several gift cards while working as a cashier. She also was charged with stealing baby formula from the store. The loss was estimated at $1,493.
AVIS - Allen Hurneman, 37, and Keith Rachau, 48, both of Avis, were cited for harassment Wednesday at 406 Prospect St., Tpr. Christopher Wilson of the Pennsylvania State Police at Lamar said. Police said the two men were arguing about food stored in a common area of the apartment building, when Hurneman shoved Rachau and Rachau punched Hurneman in the face two times.
LOCK HAVEN-Adam Ray Worden, 33, of 195 Whyne Road, Jersey Shore, was cited for a DUI after he was stopped July 4 for a traffic violation on the 200 block of West Bald Eagle Street, city police said.
LOCK HAVEN-On July 20, a female reported four checks stolen from her check book; police have a suspect who is under investigation, Woodward Township Police said.
Change stolen from cars
LOCK HAVEN-An unverified amount of change was stolen from two unlocked vehicles at 126 Woodward Ave. between July 16 and 19, Woodward Township Police said.