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Police news — Thursday, Sept. 29

Theft of lost property

MILL HALL – State police are investigating the theft of money totaling $230 that fell out of a man’s pocket as he walked away from his truck at the Pilot gas station on Route 64.

The suspect, a white male, was seen exiting a single-unit commercial truck and picking up multiple dollar bills of unknown denominations lying in the parking lot next to the victim’s truck, police said. He then returned to his truck and left the parking lot. The incident occurred on Sept. 24 at 10:30 a.m.

The suspect’s truck has a white cab with a blue cylindrical tank attached to the rear of the truck. The truck is possibly a fracking truck, sewage disposal truck or similar type truck.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Trooper First Class Hildebrand at the state police at Lamar at 570-726-6000.

Criminal mischief

LOCK HAVEN – Brittany Condo, 26, reported to state police that an unknown person punctured three tires on her car on Sept. 25 sometime between 7 and 9:45 p.m. in front of her residence at 129 Woodward Ave. This investigation continues. Anyone with information please contact state police at Lamar at 570-726-6000.

Theft of medication

LOGANTON – Two women, 80 and 54, reported to state police that pills were missing from their medication allotment. Several oxycodone pills and approximately 20 pilocarpine pills are reported to be missing, police said. An investigation is underway.

Mother and son harassment

RENOVO – Brant Matthew Bixler, 19, and Heather Kay Wadsworth, 40, both of 139 14th St., were charged with harassment after a verbal argument turned into a physical altercation, according to state police at Lamar.

Wadsworth, Bixler’s mother, was charged with harassment for hitting her son. Bixler, in turn, was charged with harassment for hitting his mother. The incident occurred on Sept. 25 at approximately 5 p.m., police said.

Anyone with additional information is asked to contact Trooper First Class Hildebrand at the state police at Lamar at 570-726-6000.

Teenage harassment

RENOVO – A 15-year-old female was charged with summary harassment for allegedly accosting another 15-year-old female on her way home from the Dollar Store on Sept. 25 at approximately 6 p.m. The accused argued with the victim and then punched her on the back of the head multiple times, police said.

Anyone with additional information is asked to contact Trooper First Class Hildebrand at the state police at Lamar at 570-726-6000.

Disagreement over lab work

RENOVO – Iqbal Ali, 71, of Dearborn, Mich., was charged with harassment after allegedly striking the forearm of Rebecca J. Long, 81, of Memphis, Tenn., in the course of a verbal disagreement regarding laboratory work at Bucktail Medical Center, according to state police at Lamar. The incident occurred on Sept. 26 at 10:30 a.m., police said.

Aggravated assault

JERSEY SHORE – Steve Williams, 55, sustained injuries after his neighbor Harry Miller, 45, allegedly jumped on him from behind. The incident occurred on Sept. 6 at 7:51 p.m.

According to state police, Miller confronted Williams about a previous altercation between the two regarding the noise Miller makes while working on his race car and other noises late at night. Confronted by Miller at his mailbox, Williams asked to be left alone and was walking away when Miller jumped on him and forced him to the ground, police said.

No injury in crash

RENOVO – Bryant A. Johnson, 19, of Montgomery crashed into an embankment on Tamarack Road when he failed to negotiate a right curve in the roadway, according to state police at Lamar. After his car struck the embankment, it continued northeast and came to rest in the northbound land facing northeast, police said. The driver was charged for crossing the center line.