Police news – Sept. 12
Woman cited for loose dogs
LOCK HAVEN — A Lock Haven woman was cited for allowing several of her dogs to run freely through the neighborhood.
According to the Woodward Township Police Department, Lilianna Neff, 33, has been letting her dogs run loose and one nearly caused an accident by running onto the roadway on Sept. 3. The previous day, Neff was warned about letting the dogs run freely.
A summons was filed at the district court office.
Man reports case of
LOCK HAVEN — A case of identify theft was reported to Woodward Township Police after a resident reported that his credit card had been used to make a $508 purchase in Mount Carmel and a $150 purchase at the Pilot Truck Stop in Lamar. A second purchase was attempted in Mount Carmel in the amount of $588, but it was declined by the credit card company.
Man cited for
LOCK HAVEN — A Lock Haven man was cited for criminal mischief on Aug. 31.
According to the Woodward Township Police Department, Gary Politakis, 63, was cited after he intentionally drove his vehicle onto a grassy area behind a neighbor’s house and spun the tires of his truck, damaging the grass and dirt driveway area. A summons was filed at the district court office.
Warrant issued for
PORT MATILDA — State Police at Rockview investigated a domestic disturbance at a private residence in Huston Township, Centre County.
At 10 a.m. on Sept. 7, state police responded to the scene and found the male had left the house two hours prior to their arrival. The victim was still on scene, but refused to cooperate. Police did observe an injury to the left side of her face. Charges were filed against the suspect and a warrant for his arrest was obtained.
The investigation is ongoing.
SNOW SHOE — State Police at Rockview investigated a two-vehicle crash on Aug. 31 along Interstate 80 in Snow Shoe Township, Centre County.
According to police, Randy Kolp, 53, of Karthaus was traveling west along I-80 when he drove into a vehicle being driven by Uktam Kurbonov, 39, of Philadelphia. Kurbonov pulled his vehicle off the roadway while Kolp continued for 500 feet before coming to rest in the right westbound lane. Kolp was transported to Mount Nittany Medical Center by Snow Shoe EMS for treatment of his injuries.
Police were assisted at the scene by Rees’ Towing.