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Police news – June 14

Retail theft

MILL HALL — Jeremy Condo, 39, and Brent Adrian, 34, both of Mill Hall have been charged with retail theft/shoplifting on June 9 after it was discovered by Walmart Asset Protection that a retail theft occurred on June 1, according to state police at Lamar.

Items that were allegedly stolen include a director’s chair with side table, an inflatable floating tube and a citro torch, with a total value of approximately $50, police said. Adrian was indentified after he had accidently left his phone and newly purchased fishing license behind, and Condo was identified during the investigation, police said.

Drug possession found

after crash

BEECH CREEK — On June 10, while a crash at the intersection of Route 150 and Wynn Avenue in Beech Creek Borough was being investigated, it was determined that Taicha Rodriguez, 24, of Renovo, was in possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia, according to state police at Lamar.

DUI alleged

∫ MILL HALL — A traffic stop was conducted on a known, un-named individual at the intersection of Mill Hall Road and Hogan Boulevard in Bald Eagle Township on June 6 for known traffic violations, according to state police at Lamar. Upon further investigation, it was determined that the suspect was driving under the influence of alcohol, with charges pending blood results, police said.

∫ McELHATTAN — A traffic stop was conducted on a known, un-named individual along Route 220 North in Wayne Township on June 5 for known traffic violations, according to state police at Lamar.

Upon further investigation, it was determined that the suspect was driving under the influence of alcohol, with charges pending blood results, police said.

Suspected overdose

MILL HALL — On May 18, police responded to a report of an overdose at 210 S. Chestnut St. in Mill Hall, according to state police at Lamar. Upon arrival, a female was observed to have overdosed on suspected heroin. was then transported to Lock Haven Hospital, police said.

Harassment, physical contact

MILL HALL — On June 8, state police responded to a report of a verbal argument occurring at 443 S. Water St., Mill Hall, according to state police at Lamar.

Arriving at the scene, a 38-year-old male victim told police that a verbal argument occurred that turned physical, and that he was pushed in the chest, police said. The arrestee, Brad Milanese, 42, of Blanchard, was later located and admitted to pushing the victim, and a citation was issued for harassment, police said.

Harassment through

communication

∫ MACKEYVILLE — Joshua Andrus, 41, of Lock Haven, is facing harassment charges after he allegedly send a harassing text message on June 6 to a 47-year-old victim, of Howard, that communicated threats towards the victim, according to state police at Lamar.

∫ COUDERSPORT — On April 30, a complainant reported that his ex-girlfriend was making unwanted contact with him via text messages and phone calls between April 24 and April 30, according to state police at Lamar. The investigation still ongoing,

DUI crash

LAMAR — Matthew Glowa, 37, of Bethel Park, was taken into custody for driving under the influence after a one-vehicle crash occurred on Jacksonville Road in Porter Township on June 3, according to state police at Lamar. During the crash investigation, it was determined that Glowa was intoxicated, police said.

One-vehicle crash

∫ CASTANEA — Aaron Confer, 20, of Lock Haven, has been charged with not driving his vehicle at a safe speed following a one-vehicle crash that occurred at the intersection of Route 220 and Paul Mack Boulevard in Castanea Township on June 7, according to state police at Lamar.

As Confer approached Exit 111 for Castanea Township, his vehicle left the right side of the roadway before striking the center guiderail, spinning out before coming to a final rest, police said. Confer was then transported by Lock Haven EMS to Lock Haven Hospital with suspected minor injuries, police said.

∫ LOCK HAVEN — A one-vehicle crash occurred as Callan Morrin, 19, of Lock Haven, was traveling north along Glenn Road in Allison Township, Clinton County, on June 8, and collided with a wooden fence pole that was laying in the roadway, according to state police at Lamar.

Morrin then lost control of her vehicle, traveling up an embankment which caused it to roll over, police said. Morrin sustained minor injuries but did not need medical attention, and her vehicle sustained disabling damage and required towing provided by Martin Motors, police said.

Driver strikes mailbox

BEECH CREEK — A crash occurred as an unknown driver was traveling north along Main Street in Beech Creek and traveled off the right side of the roadway, colliding with a mailbox, according to state police at Lamar. The driver failed to stop and report the property damage and subsequently fled north along Main Street, police said.

Driver strikes ditch, damages utility pole

MILL HALL — A crash occurred as an unknown male driver was traveling north on Eagle Valley Road in Bald Eagle Township on June 9 and lost control of his vehicle, according to state police at Lamar.

The driver struck a ditch, continued traveling north, struck a guide wire attached to a utility pole and then came to final rest after striking an embankment, police said. The driver then fled the scene after a short conversation with the property owner, police said.

Deer struck by car

BELLEFONTE — Lauren M. Reese, 34, of Bellefonte, escaped injury afater her car struck a deer standing on the roadway.

State police at Rockview said Reese was westbound on I-80 in the area of mile marker 161 when her front driver side bumper imacted the deer. After impact, the car came to a controlled final rest along the northern shoulder of the road. The vehicle was towed from the scene by Rich’s Amoco.

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