Police News — April 20
LOCK HAVEN — Unknown actors allegedly stole three decorative items from the porch of a Flemington residence between April 8-9, according to state police at Lamar.
The items included were a black bear statue, three to four foot tall, valued at $200 and a painted tri-fold wooden snowman valued at $75, and the actor(s) fled in an unknown direction, police said. Anyone with information is encouraged to call police at 570-726-6000.
MILL HALL — On April 9, state police at Lamar was contacted by Clinton County Adult Probation regarding an issue with Keith Dauberman, 47, of Mill Hall at 257 Pennsylvania Ave. According to police at Lamar, further investigation revealed that Dauberman had driven a vehicle without a required ignition interlock system. Charges have been filed, police said.
LOCK HAVEN — Michael Peck, 24, of Lock Haven, has been charged with drug possession after he was stopped for a traffic violation on March 13 along Interstate 80 westbound in Lamar Township, and arrested for driving under the influence of marijuana, according to state police at Lamar. Peck also had marijuana and paraphernalia inside his vehicle, police said.
MILL HALL — Emilio Portillo, 43, of Mill Hall, was arrested on April 14 for disorderly conduct and public drunkenness after he arrived at Weis Markets, 6 Millbrook Plaza, Bald Eagle Township, clearly under the influence of alcohol, according to state police at Lamar.
Portillo became upset and began to yell at employees after his purchase of beer was refused, police said. He was asked several times to leave and refused, police said.
LAMAR — Jamila Saleh, 22 of Hamtramck, Mich., and Medriary Mohammad, 43, of Union, N.J., were arrested for disorderly conduct on April 1, as they were on a Greyhound bus traveling west on Interstate 80, according to state police at Lamar.
An argument began over Saleh using her speaker phone, and the bus driver stopped at the Flying J in Porter Township, police said. As Saleh and Mohammad were exiting the bus, a physical altercation occurred and both parties were cited for disorderly conduct due to the altercation, police said.
MILL HALL — Chance Foltz, 24, of Mill Hall, was arrested on April 10 after a report of harassment that occurred along Long Run Road in Lamar Township, according to state police in Lamar.
In commission of the crime, Foltz and a 24-year-old female victim, of Lock Haven, allegedly got into a verbal argument that turned into a physical altercation, with Foltz shoving the victim and causing her to fall to the ground, police said.
Theft of toilet pipe
LAMAR — A theft allegedly occurred at the McDonald’s location in Lamar, 5820 Nittany Valley Drive, Porter Township, on March 28 as an unknown white/non-latino male removed and stole the piping system attached to the men’s bathroom toilet, according to state police at Lamar.
The damages and value of the pipe were estimated at approximately $500, and anyone with information is asked to contact 570-726-6000, police said.
Minor injuries in
LOGANTON — A crash occurred on April 7 as Mary Mooney, 19, of Royersford, was traveling on Interstate 80 eastbound in Greene Township, Clinton County, according to state police at Lamar. As Mooney was negotiating a right curve, she exited the roadway off the left shoulder, hitting gravel and causing her vehicle to turn sideways, police said.
Her vehicle came back onto the roadway, facing west in the eastbound lanes and began to overturn multiple times, police said. Her vehicle came to a final rest off the right side of the roadway where it had struck an enbankment, and sustained disabling damage, police said.
Mooney sustained minor injuries and was transported by EMS to UPMC Susquehanna Lock Haven, though she was wearing her safety belt, police said.
No injuries in one-vehicle crash
LOCK HAVEN — Michael Moyer, 21, of Lock Haven, has been cited for not driving his vehicle at a safe speed after a one-vehicle crash occurred on April 17, according to state police at Lamar.
Moyer was traveling north on Route 664 in Woodward Township, losing control of his vehicle when a deer crossed in front of him, sliding sideways off the roadway and hitting a culvert, causing the vehicle to barrel roll, police said. The vehicle then impacted a fire hydrant and a wooden sign before coming to rest facing east in the yard of 2 Park St., police said, though he was not injured and did not receive medical treatment.
Minor injuries in
BEECH CREEK — According to state police at Lamar, James Watkins, 59, of Beech Creek, was traveling north on Harrison Street in Beech Creek when he had a medical incident causing him to veer left into a 2011 Toyota Tundra that was parked in the driveway of an un-named owner.
Watkins was transported by Goodwill Ambulance to UPMC Susquehanna Lock Haven, suspected of minor injuries, police said.
MILL HALL — Robert Feidler, 45, of Lock Haven, was arrested on April 14 for being involved in a crash along Hogan Boulevard at Mill Hall Road in Bald Eagle Township, according to state police at Lamar. Feidler then fled the scene while under the influence of alcohol, police said.