Police News — Feb. 26

Two-vehicle crash

results in injuries

LOCK HAVEN — A two-vehicle crash resulted in injuries at 3:40 p.m. on Feb. 23.

According to Lock Haven City Police, a Kia Sorrento being driven by Lucy Almada, was traveling along West Clinton Street when she failed to stop at an intersection. Her vehicle struck a Nissan Rogue being driven by Penny Herlocher of Lock Haven. Damage to both vehicles was severe and airbags deployed, police said.

A passenger in Almada’s vehicle, Angel Minium, was injured in the crash. Both Almada and Minium were transported to UPMC Lock Haven by EMS. Police were assisted at the scene by Hillside Garage and Valley Collision.

Almada was cited for her role in the crash.

Man cited for public


LOCK HAVEN — Lock Haven City Police cited a man for public drunkenness recently.

According to police, David Hinton, 28, of Lock Haven was found heavily intoxicated at the corner of Willards Aly and North Grove Street at 11:47 p.m. on Feb. 22.

Package stolen

LOCK HAVEN — A package was stolen from a private residence on West Main Street in Lock Haven on Feb. 20, city police reported.

The package was valued at $30, police said. The investigation is ongoing.

Tractor trailer crashes into yard

LOCK HAVEN — Lock Haven City Police were called to the scene of a one-vehicle crash involving a tractor trailer at 2:20 p.m. on Feb. 22.

According to police, a 2015 Peterbilt tractor trailer being driven by Dhurgham Aad Shar Al Shiblawi, 34, of Tampa, Fla., was traveling to First Quality. However, Al Shiblawi said the streets were too narrow and his vehicle left the roadway and traveled into the yard of James Leone, 75. The tractor trailer sunk into the ground several inches, police said.

Al Shiblawi was cited for the crash.

Driver crashes into fence

LOCK HAVEN — Lock Haven City Police report that at 2:29 p.m. on Feb. 22, Marie Harris, 28, of Renovo, lost control of her vehicle and it ran into a fence at the Ralph Jeirles property at 61 Spring St.

Police said the brakes and power steering of Harris’ 1998 Ford Expedition went out.

There was damage to the fence and retaining wall.

Harris’ vehicle had to be towed from the scene by Valley Collision. No injuries were reported in the one-vehicle accident.


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