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police news — May 21

Firearm stolen

LOCK HAVEN — Lock Haven city police said that a firearm was reported stolen from a vehicle on May 17. The theft took place in the 300 block of Bald Eagle Street in Lock Haven.

The firearm was valued at $300. The investigation is ongoing.

Theft from vehicle

LOCK HAVEN — A wallet was allegedly stolen from a vehicle owned by a 35-year-old female, while parked at the rear of 316 S. Highland Street in Lock Haven overnight between May 10 and May 11, according to police at Lock Haven.

The black canvas wallet contained ID, cards, cash, and other items valued at approximately $60, police said.

Theft from vehicle

LOCK HAVEN — On the night of May 12, a green book bag containing a wallet and chargers was allegedly stole from a vehicle, according to police at Lock Haven. The items were valued at approximately $100, police said.

Criminal mischief

LOCK HAVEN — Unknown actors allegedly slashed the tires of a parked vehicle in the 400 block of South Jones Street during the night of May 12, according to police at Lock Haven.

The tires were valued at approximately $300, police said.

Verbal dispute

LOCK HAVEN — A domestic verbal dispute occurred on May 19 at 129 Woodward Ave., Lock Haven, as a husband and wife became involved in an argument, according to Lock Haven police.

According to police, nothing physical occurred, as they calmed to resolve issues.

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