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Police news — Tuesday, Oct. 4

Disorderly conduct

LOCK HAVEN – Tyler Jackson, 19, of 300 Foundation Drive, was cited for disorderly conduct, public intoxication and minor drinking Sunday at 12:09 a.m., city police said.

Police said Jackson was trying to enter an apartment which was not his own and was creating a disturbance by yelling profanities.

Disorderly conduct

LOCK HAVEN – Brahieme Jackson, 21, of 33 W. Park St., was cited for disorderly conduct Saturday morning for creating a disturbance with a loud party, city police said.

Public intoxication

LOCK HAVEN – Kyle Dawson, 22, of 110 N. Hillview Drive, Shohola, was cited for disorderly conduct and public intoxication, city police said.

Police said Dawson was in the area of Susquehanna Avenue Saturday when he was caught urinating in public.

Large party

LOCK HAVEN – Margaras Jackson was cited by city police for disorderly conduct Sunday at 1:08 a.m. for a large party that disturbed the peace of the neighborhood, city police said.

Theft from vehicle

LOCK HAVEN – Somebody stole approximately $20 in cash late Wednesday or early Thursday in the 100 block of South Highland Street, city police said.

A similar event occurred in the same area and resulted in the loss of a set of golf clubs, a driver, a golf bag and a bag containing fishing gear, all valued at $1,300.

Criminal mischief

LOCK HAVEN – Sometime between Wednesday and Saturday, somebody broke a window and damaged a fence in the 400 block of West Main Street, city police said.

Auto accident

LOCK HAVEN – A rear-end collision occurred at Main Street near Grove Street Friday, city police said.

Police said Joshua Walker of Lamar was driving his auto and was pulling out from the north side of East Main Street when his auto was struck by a car driven by Kelly Dolan of Loganton.

Auto accident

LOCK HAVEN – An accident occurred Friday on South Jones and Maple streets in the city, police said.

Carl E. Johnson of Lock Haven was northbound on South Jones Street, police said, when the vehicle struck the rear corner of a parked vehicle owned by Aoinette Ferrara of Lock Haven.